Blogger Block


Been unable to write for more than a week now. Bored, mildly depressed, no surface reason for it.

Previous Monday I plunged into gloom. Climbed out before weekend arrived though. The cycle has returned. I read what’s been going on, but can’t seem to summon the energy to blog.

Could sure do with a picker upper. Any suggestions? You know what I’d like right now?

A refreshing cocktail…with citrus and midori in it….among others 🙂


7 thoughts on “Blogger Block

  1. I thought i was having one of those writer’s block moment too until of course, a certain mentally-disturbed someone comes a knocking revealing his stupidity. (no?) thanks to him at least I got one entry posted!

    hey anu, a few glasses might help after all. soo i’d say, let your hair down this weekend and parrtayyyy on!

  2. Eh apa nie? Hindraf get you down ke? No sweat laar. Orange and midori with a dash of some flammable thing should do the trick. If not neat pun boleh. Hope to see you soon, Sis, and don’t let this state of funk get to you, ya?

  3. heheh…thanx guys…nice to know u people actually care.

    Subra n Kerp…i dun party, cept at home p’haps. No impetus, n dun wanna drink alone.

    MatSalo, what flammable thing u recommend bro? Benzene? Ethanol? 🙂

  4. Hi muchacha,, sintiendo uno de huh de esos abajo días? El alcohol verde 20-21% por midori del volumen pudo ayudar. Tome la canilla cuando su mano tiembla para sostenerlo para moverse y para poner palabras con, si no su sin setido. Trace lo que usted desea para trazar cuando usted desea trazarlo… que le dé vida. usted toma cuidado.

  5. ello jediman

    …wa orang malaysia laa…wa tarak paham Spanish laa. If u cannot comment in a lang we can all understand, then mebbe I shud spammmmmmmmmmm u. Or is spanking better?

  6. Guilty as charged … Spanking please ! Gosh” really do miss those good ol public canning days !
    What i was trying to say is.. a scribe can only discribe what a scribe scribes when and only when a scribe wants to scribe….

    The Moving Finger writes; and, having writ,
    Moves on: nor all your Piety nor Wit
    Shall lure it back to cancel half a Line,
    Nor all your Tears wash out a Word of it

    — Omar Khayyam

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