Wellity, wellity, wellity.
Whoa! For possibly the first time since the inception of this blog I'm going to write about more than one thing in a single post. It's a big, big day for blogging.
You may notice that it is actually Sunday and I'm here typing at this ol computadora instead of listening to a John Cena speech. You may have also noticed you tearing up over the slightest thing and not known why. From Wednesday the 13th of December, my workplace has blocked/outfiltered blogger and blogger related sites for reasons that they may contain the word "sex". You peeps should be ashamed of yourselves! Dirty little hoes.
So, I have no idea how I am to fill in my 40 hours a week, I could do work, but I'll be exhausted and professional. I may instead start reading the entire wiki website. Yeah baby, smarts and 'That Adam, he's so full of knowledge plus he's also dreamy' are coming my way!
Secondly, I wanted to write up my survival of the Brisbane Blogger Meet.
Our assigned meeting place was a stroke of organisational genius, it avoided the confusion of everyone looking for someone they had never seen in a crowded pub. I got there early because I'm a big wuss bag and not very good at approaching random people to ask 'hi, will you be my friend?' and also I didn't have any phone numbers so I didn't want to be late and miss the big blogger boat.
That stroke of organsational genius however, was ungeniusified by the rain that D'Jen systematically brings when she ventures to an outting.... meaning entire crowds of weird old dudes and families were huddled in and around our exclusive place of meet.
At 5 minutes to I started to wonder if I had the wrong place, not realising that Brisbane Bloggers are a smart ol bunch and had set up vantage points where they could spy on the meeting point.
Eventually I heard the hushed whispers of 'you say something' 'no, you say something' and spied Delightful Jen's famous face.
Now, I'm sure you're far more interested in what these Brisbane Bloggers are actually like more than what transpired, so here is the Adam Summary Of Personality:Delightful Jen.
D'Jen is a little a tiny cute little girl trapped in a tall person's body. Her voice, views, inabilty to swear and arguing style all make you want to wrap her in a blanket and ask your parents if you can keep her.
I found her impossible to argue against and thusly I will be reading blogs and writing comments from home rather than eating and sleeping like I usually do in my non-work hours. I'd trust her to look after any kids I probably won't have, but I wouldn't trust her to look after an ancient family heirloom box of chocolate/shoes. You have been warned.Deb.
Deb seemed like a lovely, reasonable, entertaining young lady which made me think she was up to something. You'd know she'd charm your grandma by talking through recipes of old person food but also laugh at the bawdy jokes of your grandma's harley-riding neighbours. I didn't get to spend too much time with young Deb, but she seemed a bit alright.Jac.
I'll be seeing a lot more of Jac in the future, which may lead to such entertaining conversations as 'Hey Adam, whoa! I loved that post on your blog, have you told your girlfriend about your blog yet, here is your double choc icecream with sprinkles Girl Holding Adam's Hand'. I guess Jac could be a lovely, decent person, but frankly we didn't see it, she was far too busy being hilarious and way quick witted. She's got a way with the comebacks this one.Enny.
Enny is a girl who you can always trust to be completely honest with everyone and therefore she won't be introduced to my parents, bosses, work collegues or friends anytime soon. I reckon she's one of these people who has to let you in to be friends with her, then unleashes the cuteness. Good with the jokes, good with the overall knowledge of world, if I did introduce her to my friends, they'd probably like her more than me. Go back to Canberra/let me know if you want to go to the movies.Natalie.
Natalie was mean to her husband and made him leave.
I reckon this chick is like stupidly smart and has a ridiculous awesome memory and therefore was very entertaining and had a joke or story for every single situation. She also picked up a lesbian at the bar.
The lesbian then told me wild and varied stories about her excellent boobs being as much a curse as a gift and I didn't have the heart to tell her that I thought they were just okay, but she was lovely and touched my arm while she spoke so I rate the the lesbian 7/10. Natalie was okay too.Kristy.
Kristy also had a story for every occasion, don't any parents teach their kids that young ladies are to be seen and not heard? She's a short little cute blond thing who probably makes friends every time she hops on a bus but I did struggle to hear a lot of what she said because the people sitting next to me were always too loud. She did give me money at the end of the night so I'd hang out with her again. Maybe.Jade.
Her job is impossible to guess. Impossible.
She was a bit unsure at the start, she only knew of Deb and was thrown into the Lions Den of Hilarity and managed to eventually escape mostly alive. She was heaps lovely which also made me think she was up to something.Natalie's Husband.
Seemed cool. Likes cricket. Is married, ie, Hands Off, Ladies!
P.S) Jac did threaten to find random pictures off the internet and post them up. Don't believe any pictures you read on her blog.
P.P.S) All the bloggers seemed quite well endowed except for one. Way to let the team down, Adam! Freakin'. Banned from all future blogger events until the manboobs come out.
[Edit: Same story, different perspectives: Jac