Asking my boss about how plans to deal with this issue, I said to him , "It really is a divine comma-dy, don't you think?" And there were groans.
In other news, I'm reading the fourth Harry Dresden novel, and I find it extremely ironic that I'm using a Metro Transit Authority card as my bookmark.
For my American friends who need laughs: there's this comedian, Catherine Tate, that someone sent me a video to last week. Here's a sample of her stuff. I think she's supposed to be what they call a "chav" here but I'm not quite sure as I don't have the different local slangisms down quite right. She's definitely playing this character as trashy and poor. I can't quite figure out whether or not she's funny, but I do really get a hoot out of the way she and her comedy co-stars talk.
I get really irritated by her going off on her "I'm not bovvered" bit - how sad to be a comedian with a catch phrase! - but I did get a laugh out of the first four minutes of the wedding skit (Amber, you must watch this) and the cheerleading one. Anyone want to explain who finds her uniformly funny, and why?
Work has been very dull otherwise but I don't want to pollute you all by complaining about it. I'll just read my silly novel and call this a night.