Wednesday, June 14, 2006

Blind date

Good grief, blog world met real world today.

I hooked up with the fellas and felless (which sounds like a gooood new word) for a spot of lunch in town. I was quite nervous actually, it is odd to meet people I read about everyday, and who probably know more about me than many of my friends.

Unfortunately, due to Glen's work commitments (psychological profiling - you don't want to mess those guys around) I could only pay a fleeting visit, and have a very quick beer. Jo has written it up in much more detail than I can be arsed with. It is fair to say, the Wellingtonista crew are probably about 400% more goodlooking than you could imagine in your wildest dreams.

I've suggested one of those nude calendars as a fundraiser, and I suspect it would be a big seller.

Update: I just realised it sounds like Glen is a psychological profiler, he isn't. He was being analysed. I hate those bloody work profile things, it makes your boss think they know you better than they do.

10 comments:

noizy said...

ahhh, you flatter us!

nude calendar's a great idea. Would like to see proof-of-concept though.

perhaps a few tasteful mock-ups from yourself?

Martha said...

Likethis?

Just something I prepared earlier.

Jo Hubris said...

Umm, Martha, while that picture is like, definitely wank-bank worthy, I see no laptops in it.

Martha said...

You're right, it was just me and some buddies free-wheelin at one of our naturist gigs. I didn't blog it, so no laptop...

llew said...

We need a volunteer to pass on all the Auckland media gossip that that Auckland guy gave us, to Bridget Saunders. Like Hugh is shagging who.

Next time, we all need more time. SOmehow.

llew said...

And... I didn't mean to get your dad into trouble. :)

Jo Hubris said...

Martha, if you didn't 'blog' it, how do you know that it even happened?

Llew - I have a feeling that even emailing Bridget Saunders would leave a burning feeling when you urinate.

tom909 said...

Can we pass on the calendar, if that photo is representative.

Hadyn said...

That'll teach me to click links without checking the URL first...while I'm at work.

Martha said...

I suspect it would be safest not to open my site ever at work. You could get into serious trouble, as I'm at the heart of a new terrorist network.

Just warning you is all...