|Comments on Tuesday 2 April 2002:
|The lady was gibbering a bit, last night, due to her blood-sugar being rather high. When she noticed me laughing, and realised what she had been saying, she forbade me from blogging it. She did, however, give me permission to blog the wording of the forbidding, which was something like this: "No blogging this. Nor writing it in a place where people which are my friends can read it where you will type it and they will laugh because they will because they read your blog and they are my friends and you are mean." To which I said "Octopi?" So she hit me.
|This is a very effective way to invoke people to visit...so that you get the joy of reliving the physical assualts by your wife as you personally relate to story to her friends with great glee and abandon.
Ah...relatioships that really understadn the important things...you are both an inspiration for us all, givng us yet another role model for how the happy home should be kept....(lol<\/A>/)
|I laugh anyway, not even knowing what was said ;)
|Does her browser not support rollover text, then?
|Tsk, it's not deception, Mr Kevan. How little you think of me. The thing not to be said remains unsaid.
|I thought "Octopi?" might mean "But I can blog an earlier unguarded ramble about octopi!", or something, but who knows - I'm afraid I've yet to understand any of your wife-quoting blog entries.
|Kevan- In that case I'm assuming you haven't actually seen the two of them together. Or heard the lady when she is tired, preoccupied, or sugar-crashing to the point where she doesn't really think about what she's saying. Lady Raven is well spoken and intelligent, excepting these circumstances.
|I've never seen her at all. I do understand the basic idea of half-conscious reasoning, I just don't understand any of the wife-quoting blog entries.