Wednesday, June 28, 2006

What I'll Miss About America

Strangely, this week's column is attributed to someone named Blake (I'm working on fixing that issue), but here's my latest column, nonetheless.

10 comments:

Anonymous said...

fuck.

fixed.

blog_heb_enw said...

Chris, I've no idea who Natalie Maines is. But as for Oreo cookies, you can get them in Woolworths and in Wallys Deli in Cardiff City Centre (http://www.wallysdeli.co.uk/).

zoe said...

"I'm from Texas, honey," I say, smiling. "It's genetic."

LOL, oh my gods, that is so true...

Geraint Criddle said...

It's OK, Chris, you can wear a stupid hat around seven times a year in Cardiff without anybody batting an eyelid. They're called the rugby international days.

Next year's a bonus year as well cos we'll be getting a few World Cup matches. Yipee yay yeah!

tuckmac said...

Yeah... They have Oreos everywhere over there now. In fact, at my old university's café, they had them in cute little packages next to the cash register.

Nothing beats a Tim Tam though. And they're a bit harder to find... Although I began finding them in the local Tesco whilst in Canterbury.

You write good!

;-)

-- Tuckmac

Jenny said...

Hey, we weren't meant to hear from you 'til July. I want my money back!

Curly said...

You'll soon be immersed in a world of Nik-Naks, Skittles and Brains. You'll forget all about America in no time...

And I'm Yipee yay yeah-ing with Geraint about the rugby games...

Geraint Criddle said...

Not only skittles, the e-number crunching sweet, but also in many Cardiff pubs you can still play the game skittles, which is like a poor man's tenpin bowling.

OldHorsetailSnake said...

I just thought of something: Are you going to continue to write this column while you are in Whales?

You could....

Crystal said...

i miss the smiley avatar.

:(

and it's not just because i hit it.

you look so sad in your new one. missing america and all.