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my name is Alex Light. I live in London. I love my mates, my girlfriend and, generally, my life.

Alex follows:
  • chilli con carne
  • lemon, tarragon and mushroom casserole
  • shepherd's pie
  • beef bourgignon
  • home made beef burgers
  • spaghetti bolognase
  • lamb and vegetable stew
  • potato and parsley fish cakes
  • potato pizza
  • sausages and mash
jun 22 2006 ∞
may 4 2007 +
  • "Do you know why the train has stopped?"

"No." "Do you think the driver would tell us if we went and asked him?" "No. I think he'd say: Get the FUCK out of my cab, YOU need to go home."

  • "I'm on a bus! I don't know where I am!"
  • "Total non-property ownership in action: Phil doesn't OWN a toaster."
  • "Why haven't I got any soup?"

"What soup?" "What?" "What!"

  • "There's a pecking order at work here. Pat asks Tom. Tom asks Rupert. Rupert asks..."

"Actually, what does Rupert ask?" "Algae". "Algernon"

  • "It does exactly what it says on the Fin."
  • "How dare you say that about Pat's music ...
jun 21 2006 ∞
aug 29 2006 +
  • Wipeout Pure (PSP) (0 deacons) about as cool as video games get.
  • Half Life 2: Episode 1 (PC) (1 deacon) as cool as PC games get.
  • Sin Episodes: Emergence (PC) (2 deacons) lame.
  • Warcraft III (PC) (3 deacons) elves + strategy = well sad.
  • Tomb Raider Legend (Xbox) (1 deacon) Wol can stand to watch me play it.
  • World of Warcraft (PC) (5 deacons) really really fucking sad. aaargh.
jun 21 2006 ∞
jun 21 2006 +
  • untitled - humanity has reach a point where total control of time is possible by jumping up and down your personal timeline. The device that allows this - the fax - allows the user's life to be experienced in a non-linear fashion, jumping the user from point to point on their personal timeline. As such, a fax user can have 6 weeks holiday and return to the point of egress, with no relative time having passed for those at that point. This allows incredibly efficient living. For example, sitting waiting for a relative to arrive, the user hacks out in to a later point in their timeline where they are at home relaxing. When the relative arrives on their core timeline, they jump back in at that point thereby maximising their use of time. The limitation if the fax system is that the user's timeline is fixed by their lifespan. However, some fax users have ...
jun 21 2006 ∞
sep 4 2006 +
  • Bob - he was hanging around in the playground reading a stolen copy of the Sun with James Berresem. Rob was looking at Sam Fox's tits and James was trying to learn the lyrics to "Money for Nothing" by Dire Straits. I didn't know who Sam Fox was and they took the piss out of me. We've been mates ever since.
  • Rupert - I walked in to the drama kitchen at school, as James Isles said I had to meet this cool new guy who'd got kicked out of his old school. Alexis was sitting on Rupert's knee, cutting class. Rupert acted like a twat because he'd got a girlfriend and thought he was the daddy. I thought he was a cunt. We've been mates ever since.
  • Matt - he was dweeby, hyperactive, had no personal hygiene whatsoever, was so much better at maths than me that I thought he might be from another planet, played li...
jun 21 2006 ∞
jun 21 2006 +
  • because Pat had not shown insufficient interest in the reasons why Emma needed to go into work on A Sunday.
  • because when Alex said "You look lovely today Emma", the tone of his voice may have sounded slightly suprised.
  • just because.
sep 4 2006 ∞
sep 4 2006 +
  • (03.07.06) Kaiser Chiefs - Everyday I love you less and less
  • (29.06.06) Pendulum - Streamlined
  • (19.06.06) Salt Tank - Da Blues
  • Diffraction - Swarm of Angels
  • William Orbit - Water from a Vine Leaf
  • R√∂yksopp - Remind Me (Someone Else's Radio Remix)
  • Beck - Hell Yes
  • Kasabian - Butcher Blues
  • Orbital - Forever
  • Vangelis - Tears In Rain
  • 1 Giant Leap - Dunya Salam
jun 21 2006 ∞
jul 3 2006 +