Well, I promised myself that I was staying away from here for a while but och well, you guys are a bit addictive. In fact, I now understand why Writer can’t last days forum radio silence before deciding that Modi has done something mindbogglingly fantastic which the Fiverr-verse needs to know about.
Anyway, nice new set up. Forgive me, though, if I seem unsure at first about all the new bells and whistles. Also, thanks to Eoin and Writer for asking after me. Also, Eoin, yes, I would be happy to help you with whatever that project was you messaged me about this morning. Don’t place an order, just PM me the details and I’ll do it FOC as long as you can give me a week or so. I was in an off mood this morning due to being a bit of an invalid at present and angry with the world in general just like any good Englishman should be before their first coffee and shot of morphine.
As for why I’m an invalid at present. I had a bit of an epic night out a few days ago, saw a bright light in the sky and woke up at 5am on my kitchen floor with a very irregular looking left foot. Crawling to the bathroom to relieve myself and look for wherever I had deposited my jeans (and cigarettes), I then realized that my left foot was quite obviously broken.
Of course, naturally, I decided to go with the Neanderthal side of me and simply wait for it to fix itself. However, between then and now not only have I discovered that my version of a light in the sky differs substantially from the reality of me daring a fat man in an SUV to run over my foot as a drunken joke, but also that my foot is actually very badly broken and will require surgery to fix.
The lesson to be learned? In future always attend Emmaki’s on Fiverr Forum parties rather than real world parties where you might end up playing games of chicken that you can’t win with fat men in SUV’s.
Now I’m not actually going to have surgery. I can’t afford it and I can hobble around just fine at the moment providing I have my morning, lunch, and evening tramaol. Besides, I’ve broken so many bones over the years and let them heal their own way, that a full body xray would probably make your average MD say three hail Mary’s.
I must admit, though, I do wish I had my old foot back again.
As for Fiverry things, sales are down but I’m loving it (for now). I have two dogs at the mo, one which I am loving proving the vet wrong every day with, and another which just loves me like the stupid fool we both know I both am.
In this case, Merry Christmas Fiverry people. Life will be good, as long as you just roll with it and don’t get too reliant on booze or opates like I have over the past few days.
My love, Andy