Happy Sunday :) Have you got nice plans?
We've got sunny blue skies here, aka the perfect weather for watching re-runs of Dawson's Creek on Netflix. The original theme song is basically the soundtrack to my life. Although I'm sure everyone can identify with "Every voice inside my head is telling me to run like mad. Oh bows and arrows, stars and sunsets. Hey, hey, hey, yeah. Hey, hey, head yeah"?!
I digress. What I really wanted to talk to you all about today is how I'm going to become a world-class athlete.
*Helpful pause to allow you to clean up the tea you spilled/snorted all over your keyboard upon reading that*
You see, last week I lent someone my headphones, which they subsequently broke (they don't read this blog, by the way, so I promise this isn't a passive-aggressive metaphorical horse head on their pillow. (OHMYLORD - I totally need to make a horse's head pillowcase!)). This meant I needed to buy some new ones, so yesterday I popped into Homesense to find a marked-down pair; because if there's one thing love it's a bargain. And Jack from Dawson's Creek (before he got all perma-tanned and turned into a bit of a bitch in Season 5).
|Where he found the time to apply foundation is beyond me,|
when he had SO MUCH BROODING TO DO
I found a pair of these babies marked down from an RRP of £40 to £5.99(!) The best part is that the packaging described them as an EXTREME SPORTS headset. Checkout Guy asked if I was planning to do some extreme sports and I was all "Absolutely. Lack of suitable earphones has been all that's been holding me back from climbing Everest and completing a triathlon."
|My new Iqua ear-go earphones with fancy "lobe-clips". Fancy.|
Now I've got these headphones I have no doubt my life is going to transform into one of those adverts for women's products. The ones that are all "Hey ladies! Don't worry. You can still ride a horse, windsurf, bungee-jump and wrestle a bear all at the same time EVEN THOUGH YOU HAVE A UTERUS!"
|That's me*. Did that this morning before breakfast.|
I'll keep y'all updated on the bear-wrestling.
*That's a lie.