Oh bloody hell. I fell asleep.
Spike's Bitches 45: That sure as hell wasn't in the brochure.
[NAFDA] Spike-centric discussion. Lusty, lewd (only occasionally crude), risqué (and frisqué), bawdy (Oh, lawdy!), flirty ('cuz we're purty), raunchy talk inside. Caveat lector.
Ouch, poor boobies.
Well done stompy with the quick thread delivery!
Huh, double post!
Hello, shiny new thread, and hello, people.
I am so glad everyone likes 'Wake Up With Hugh Laurie'. Although, given that there are only so many Hugh Laurie features on youtube, we may have to do 'Wake Up With Fry' after I've exhausted those. (Did you like the Blackadder clip? We were most amused to see House, this week, looking for all the world like Prince George from Blackadder The Third. I wondered just how many levels of postmodern were going on there.)
Must get back to being terrified of my ever-expanding dissertation. The methodology is 5000 words long and not finished yet. I'm fast running out of words for the actual analysis and discussion. Balls.
Paging Dr. Buffista --
I have a sharp, shooting pain down the back of my right leg. It hurts when I walk, when I sit, when I'm laying down. My lower back hurts and there's pain mostly on the right side, and sometimes it shoots up my side, but it's mostly in my leg. I'm thinking siatica, maybe?
I'm thinking siatica, maybe?
Siatica generally (always?) involves your butt and your hip, too. But the posterior leg is correct for siatica.
Signed, Baby loved to bounce on that nerve.
Not here, but quickly popping in to say YAY new thread!
My hip and my butt are achey and a little pain-y as well, but it's the back of my leg that's just about to kill me.
I wondered just how many levels of postmodern were going on there.
There was an episode a few years ago where we got a brief glimpse of his TV screen with a listing of his TiVo recordings. IIRC, it had a few episodes of SpongeBob SquarePants, a few of New Yankee Workshop, one or two of Dawson's Creek or something like that, and one of Blackadder. (Wilson asked why he watched New Yankee Workshop, which is a usually rather boring show about people fixing up old houses. House said that any show that gives power tools to amateurs is bound to be exciting sometimes.)
Aims, that does sound sciatica-like to me. Hope you find a way to get relief soon.