When looking up the Recruitment and Employment Confederation website, do not type a hyphen in place of that second dot and get stuck with an adult website that won’t close, and that kindly offers to change your homepage for you.
September 23, 2004
I went and looked.
It looks dull.
That sounds very friendly of them. When you say ‘adult’, I assume you mean it was a website of mature, balanced output which gave the impression that it likes music that has a real tune to it and feels the need to go to bed at a reasonable hour, after The News at Ten and a mug of ovaltine?
I don’t exactly know, Stuart. It had big cheerful buttons saying leave and enter, and pictures of some girls with very smiley faces. They looked happy. Yes, I think that’s the sort of thing you mean, isn’t it?
Ovaltine generally makes me feel like that after a good night’s sleep, so probably, yes.
I don’t think they were wearing winceyette pyjamas, mind you.
In other news: I’ve posted a mini-review of that CD by that bloke. I’d summarise here but my hit count is low this week…
Don’t rub your thighs, particularly not if they’re clothed in winceyette. You could set something alight. Or get friction burns.
Two words for you – popup blocker. I went to the site, and it closed all too easily. Where’s the fun in that?
As a work around for pesky pop-up blockers I suggest you cut some pictures from a gentleman’s magazine paste them to your screen when you’re trying to read about the manufacturing process of Ovaltine. That way you needn’t miss out on the fun we’re all having.
Now, if you’ll excuse me, it’s almost my bedtime.
Is ‘popup blocker’ a euphemism?
Yes, but I’m not exactly sure what for. Something to do with tantric knitting, I expect.