By the time you read this post, I’m on a
boat! Aaaaand, its going fast aaaaaaand, I got a nautical themed pashmina afgaaaaaaan train. (Thats just not as interesting is it.) I’m off to London for the night, with the lovely ladies at Aussie who are treating my fellow Angels to a fabulous firework display on the London Eye. (What better place to watch it than above the Houses of Parliament?) Because of this, I’ll probably be a bit quiet on Twitter (for a change) so thought I’d leave you with an extended version of Follow Friday.
I’m not really a fan of Follow Friday, I must admit. Tweeting a list of names doesn’t really say just why these people are worth a glance. Sounds harsh, but think about how many lists of names you’ve seen in your timeline today.
So many people have been signing up for Twitter recently, which is really awesome! It seems like many of my ex colleagues are hopping on Twitter as a way to fill their bleak dreary days. Bless. You should follow fuzzfielding, strideonthrough and paulpukka and keep them entertained. I think nickbrompton had something to do with that, as he’s also convinced his lovely girlfriend thehappyfatgirl to sign up as well! Paulpukka and thehappyfatgirl have both started up blogs in the last month or so, and both are very funny!
Finally, one of my Uni friends, missalyz has signed up, about 2 years after her boyfriend did! Ally is one of my favourite people in Bath, and likes tea, cakes and lovely lady things.
Angels of the North (and South)
Like I said earlier, I’m off to London to see lots of lovely bloggers, who all deserve a follow and a subscribe to their blogs. The event is being organised by yummyhair, and I’m looking forward to seeing frillsnspills, dannimoo, f1shnets, essbeevee (I know, her again. It’s a good thing I like her cause I see her so much!), wolfwhistle , saveourshoes and miss_xtina. I’m so sad though that ellietweeter is going to miss out because she’s ill :( Get well soon Ellie!
Why “Baf” instead of “Bath”? I’m from the North, and hate when people say Barth. Is there an R in there? IS THERE? No. North wins.
This year, Bathcamp was organised by my lovely friend juliancheal with lots of help from missalyz. Unfortunatly, Alex and I couldn’t attend during the day as originally planned (Well, I was going to go shopping) but we popped by in the evening to see a very funny version of Family Fortunes, and I finally got to meet t1mmyb and z303 which was really cool, since I’ve been talking to both of them for ages on Twitter! Oddest sight of the night for me though was seeing jukesie drinking from a yellow mug…I’m more used to seeing him with a pint in hand!
Hopefully from that, you’ve found someone else to follow. I’d just like to say that writing this on the iPad wasn’t my best idea ever, because the copy and paste bit is crap. Painful to say the least.
There isn’t an R in Llama either BUT HOW DO YOU PRONOUNCE IT.
Laaaaamaaaaaa. HA IN YOUR FACE.
Now stop faffing on the internets and get to London.
Tim C says
Tsk, silly Northerners and your mispronunciations. Bath is pronounced with a long “a” because that’s proper English innit.
I don’t see you arguing that London isn’t spelt “Lundn” or overpronouncing the O in Bristol (rather than “Bristl” or “Brizzle”. My nizzle.)