Tuesday, September 30, 2008

End of the world?

If you have read my blog for a while you may be aware that Mr Realdoc is a bit of an apocalypse junkie so at the moment he is in his element, hoarding cornflakes, making plans to farm the lawn and investigating how one gets a gun license. In his opinion a blink of an eye will take us from the collapse of a number of large financial institutions to a Survivors type scenario in which he stars as the one member of the human race with the foresight to make sure no-one will go without a decent breakfast.



I think if we hoard stuff bigger, meaner people will come and take it off us so I am using my last days wisely by comparing different types of gin. (this is the best!) and watching all the extra bits in my DVD box sets (David Tennant's video diary - yummers!)






PS No-one commented on babydoc's little sylvanian going up Everest, he really did you know!

11 comments:

Dave said...

I think we might have been more imprssed had babydoc taken it up herself.

I think doctors are normally OK come the end of the world - they are needed to deal with the plagues.

Vicus Scurra said...

Is he proposing to eat the cornflakes without milk? It is unlikely that there will be any dairy products widely available after the end of the world.
I hope that this helps.

Dave said...

I expect he's laid in a supply of dried milk, Vicus.

oyebilly said...

Good choice of gin there.

Welcome back by the way.

Valerie said...

Yay, gin.

I'm clearly tired. That's all I can think of at the moment.

realdoc said...

Yay gin indeed. Wise words there Valerie

Tedward's Missing Ear said...

There are some of us (few and far between) who prefer our cornflakes dry - surely enough to secure a place at Chateau Realdoc come the apocalypse. Welcome back to cyber space sis.

Momentary Madness said...

.... marmalade I like marmalade ...
I forget what I was going to say. I know it was important, eh, something about it all going to be slow, and painful, and the like.

I wish it would be over in a wink, but I don't think we'll be that lucky.

Marsha Klein said...

Tanqueray gin and David Tennant - what a knock-out combination! I am taking no.1 daughter to Stratford in November to see "Hamlet" - I don't know which of us is the more excited...oh, all right then, it's me!

Mrs. Chaucer's Pirate said...

Aren't the sylvanians those goofy sect people who believe god is an alien and claimed to be able to clone shit when really they were just holdi nice mirror?

Mrs. Chaucer's Pirate said...

*holding a nice, etc.