Thursday, August 23, 2007

Best use of liquor

Some people use alcohol to produce aftershave, some people use alcohol to kill bacterias and then there are people, who use alcohol for cocktails.

Here are the Bald Guy's TOP 3 cocktails:

1. El Diablo
tequilla, ginger ale, lime and cassis.

2. Touchdown
vodka, apricot brandy, passionfruit juice, lemon juice and grenadine

3. Tequilla Sunrise
tequilla, orange juice and grenadine

But always be careful and don't drink to much. Stop drinking, when you can't taste the ingredients anymore.

Friday, August 10, 2007

Who needs an alarm clock, if you've got a cat!

No matter how tired I am or how late I went to bed, one thing is for sure:
I will wake up around 10 o'clock!

My little tomcat named Mack is the most dependable alarm clock in town. He will wake me up and remind me that it's time for breakfast. So far there's nothing special about it, cause every cat somehow knows exactly when it's time for his/her meal. But I like his tactics of waking me up.

I call it the Purr-Smooch-Lick-Nibble-Attack.
First little Mack jumps on my bed, sometimes he jumps on me, then the purring starts. You know the movie "Mad Max", there is this car "The Last V8", Mack purrs like that.
Then he looks for a nice warm spot, mostly my breast or shoulder, to lay down and smooch.
If I haven't open my eyes untill now the licking starts. Hair, ears, eyebrows Mack will clean up everything. A cat's tongue is not smooth and soft, no it's like sandpaper. The licking will hurt, but if I still refuse to rise the Nibble-Attack starts.
The final assault on my sleep is not brutal but effective. Mack starts to bite. He nibbles at my ears, at my hair and his favorite part of my face: the tip of my nose! I can stand the nibbling for about 20 seconds, then I have to do something against it. And then Mack knows that I'm awake and that's it. I have to get up and feed the little, sweet monster.

Cats are clever, don't mess with them.
If you don't believe me read about Chuck-Norris-Cat at the Pointless Drivel Blog.

Friday, August 3, 2007

Cleaning the kitchen

In our household I clean the kitchen. I don't have to. I chose to do it.

On good days cleaning the kitchen is like meditating.
I'm alone with all the dirty dishes and pans. I put them in the dish washer or wash them in the sink. I sort the dishes and I sort my thoughts. I get rid of the stinking remainings in the pans and I try to get rid of any stinking worries in my mind.

I like the feeling, when I'm done. Everything is fresh and clean. You know that, if you mess up this tidy place you'll feel guilty. But it'll happen anyway, no doubt about that.

That's what it's like on good days...on bad days cleaning the kitchen is like a pain in the rear end!