Thursday, 9 March 2006

You Know You're Spending Too Much Time On Your PC...

...When you only hear about a scandalous story from the family's past when you read about it (tantalisingly) on your own Mum's blog.

12 comments:

MaryB said...

And I just told you why you have to read about some things on yo' mama's blog (refer to comments on yo' mama's blog). It's kinda fun for us to let things out in blogland instead of when we tuck our babies in a night. (So about this legitimacy/fake vicar thing . . . )

Allen Thompson said...

Your parents were never really married? It could be much worse. While a non-bogus minister properly married my parents sometime before I was born, they simply refuse to admit that I?m their son.

PT said...

Hey. I just realised. I'm a minister of the Universal Life Church, so I can conduct marriage ceremonies if I want to. In the USA anyway!

Chris said...

Listen up, all of you Bloglanders -it would appear that my firstborn can read but clearly doesn't take in the meaning of the words.

The scandal happened to FRIENDS NOT FAMILY (the family scandals are much worse!).

Let's get it straight, PT was not born out of wedlock so can inherit, but only if I say so and only if he stops spreading spurious rumours around (and if there's anything left).

PT said...

???? huh?!?

I said "a scandalous story from the family's past".

I didn't say that the scandal involved us directly!

MaryB said...

All right, you two. PT. Take yo' mama some chicken soup and grapes (better late than never and you're never gonna hear the end of it until you do), and Chris go ahead and tell Peter one little harmless family secret so he doesn't think you're withholding information. Then go have a drinkies together.

How's the show going, BTW?

chux said...

we have this big question about whether my eldest brother was born out of wedlock or not. Its to do with the fact my parents are never clear over 2 basic facts 1) how long they have actually be married (something like 55-57 years) 2) how old my eldest brother is (something like 55-57 years)
All very strange and nobody has the balls to ask them outright. In a family of 8 children the other 7 of us have ALL noticed!! (not kidding about the 8 kids either i'm number 8 - ickle baby - and no we're not Catholic or any other religion that would account for it)

meljoy said...

Lol, so the post was funny and this little commentary thing you guys have going back and forth. My question is: what's the big deal? haha, no one gets married these days anyway!

chux said...

I think it all matters. I know nowadays anything goes, but it wasn't always that way! And what makes it more provocative is when people get cagey and dodge their past. Human nature is curious about others secrets. Being cagey just feeds the curiosity.
Anyhow I want to know if my brother is a full on B'stard or just a jerk sometimes!! :)

jomoore said...

So, chux, does your brother not know how old he is, or have I misunderstood?

chux said...

well its like this....he plays it down a lot. He usually tried the i'm so old I cant remember line, 'I think i'm ABOUT 55 or 56'. I know wen his birthday is I just never know how old he is on it. I recall him being 28 when I was a kid but I didn't keep tabs on which year that was. I never knew that information would become important.
The truth is that now we never get a proper answer from him as to a definate age. very very cagey

Delmonti said...

Moooooore..... do a google for Christian Slater as he's doing one flew over the cuckoo's nest at the Garrick. I fancy going.. let me know if you're up for it and what dates...

Later me owld fruit...


PS: The lobster is now dead.