Posted by sean on July 30, 2004 at 6:20 pm in Television with No Comments

Well it’s Friday and I haven’t bee so pleased to reach the weekend for a long time. It’s been a long and stressful week! Tonight will be even better if I get back from going out to find Michelle has left Big Brother.

I finally got round to watching the original Shrek earlier on this evening. I ordered it off the internet and also tried to download it so I could watch it quicker (well, I had paid for the original and was waiting for it in the post so it’s not that illegal!) but it wouldn’t download. Then, last night when sorting my DVD Collection of home recorded films and programmes, I found that ages ago I had recorded Shrek from Sky Movies! It was on a DVD in a box for all this time. Anyway I watched it and enjoyed it. Not as good as the second one, but still very entertaining.

Also good news from Leeds United. They’ve signed Chelsea keeper Neil Sullivan. A great signing, especially for free. Can he win over the 1st team keeper spot from Scott Carson (the existing keeper) though?

Anyway, I’m off out. Hope Michelle is too!

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