In a post-work, pre-gig act of time-filling, I've been looking at the things which people do Google searches on and which bring them to my blog. So, here are some more Google Search questions answered:
- body reactions to di - not sure if you mean "di" as in "Lady Diana Spencer", in which case I wouldn't expect your body to react to her at all, unless it's some psychosomatic shock about her death, in which case I say - "It's been ten years. Get over it". Unless you're like a relative, in which case take all the grieving time you need.
- sell your stuff on ebay station road whitley bay - yes, even if you live in Whitley Bay, you can still sell your stuff on eBay. They haven't put any statute of limitations in. Just because an item has been stored in Whitley Bay, doesn't mean it's a lesser item. Though perhaps lie about your location in the item description, just to be on the safe side.
- parki - Is this a misspelling? Are you being a racist? Do you mean Michael Parkinson - the chat show host and person whose Sunday morning radio show I miss, not because it's not on anymore, but more because I'm usually sleeping, rather than listening. It's a shame. I used to do the washing up on a Sunday morning with Parki playing in the background. They were happy times. Now I haven't even got the capacity to dirty enough plates to warrant washing up. Or maybe you meant "It's a bit parki outside" in which case it's "Parky".
- mazda 626 - yes this is my car. It's a Mazda 626. It's a good car, though I got overtaken by a bloomin' Toyota Prius the other day, and the car burns oil. Perhaps I need something more arrogant. Maybe after I've blown all my money on house repairs.
- arrowspeed tyres - these are the tyres I was looking at when I got my car retyred in August. I think I went for Pirellis in the end, though.
- challenge mitre saw - sounds like a good idea for a new TV programme - a bit like Challenge Anneka. In this show, Anneka Rice gets strapped to a table with a mitre saw - the winner is whichever is still working by the end of the show.
- homemade bridge - nice if you're making models, not so good if other people have brought their jam to the coffee morning. Conversely, if your home is across a river and you make your own shortcut, there are a series of civil engineering tricks you may have missed out on. My advice is don't.
- tesco - my second home.
Right, well that's that. I'm now going to go and look for a Starbucks in a Sainsbury's. Wish me luck.