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Now, despite the fact that my smart phone is still being used as a house decoration, I do love technology when it does what I want it to do. However, I can’t stand technology when it makes my life more complicated or time-inefficient. I’d rather be disco dancing, playing pool or scuba diving. Seriously, wouldn’t you?
- A butcher
- A mechanic
- A ventriloquist
- A George Clooney
- An Uma Thurman
- A politician
- A chef
- An engineer
- A singer
- A computer programmer
- A sports coach
- A doctor
I would take a singer, George Clooney, a doctor and an engineer.
Every 2 years my extended family and our friends get together for a summer garden party. The party usually has a theme, involves a lot of daft games, an excess of alcohol and enough junk food to feed the entire village. So far, we’ve had the Olympics, the Football World Cup and the World Croquet Tournament. Much to my disgust, I’ve never been on the winning team and it’s very, very, very important to me that this year I can hold up the O’Carroll trophy with my team mates.
So, I need some ideas for a theme. What do you reckon is a good party theme for about 70 people with an age range from 1 to 90?
I fancy taking up a new adventure sport this year. I’m thinking of a team sport, something that doesn’t involve throwing yourself off a bridge, or jumping out of a plane with an oversized umbrella stuck to your back. Rock climbing isn’t my cup of tea because there’s just too much countryside; seriously, if I’m more than 1 kilometre away from a cash point machine, I start to have a panic attack. So, my first choice is paintballing. What do you reckon? It’s a strategy team sport, you get to shoot people and run around with paint on your face pretending to be Rambo. What’s not to like about that?!
D.I.Y is an acronym which stands for: ‘Do it yourself’’. The acronym is usually connected to non-expert home repairs and if you want to save money, then learning this type of skill should be at the top of your ‘to do’ list. Worryingly, I have zero d.i.y skills. So, if anyone would like to teach me some practical skills, my door is wide open!