Sean's Stories

Posted by sean on February 15, 2019 at 11:34 pm in Website Stuff with No Comments

After yesterday’s emergency, where my blog broke, I am pleased to report that everything is now working! Hooray!

So, now that I can post images, what is the first picture I should add to my blog…

Before you call the RSPCA, PETA or Rolf Harris (from Animal Hospital), please note – this is NOT my bunny, I do NOT know who he/she belongs to and I certainly did NOT take the photo!

Posted by sean on February 14, 2019 at 11:55 pm in Internet with No Comments

In the past, I have used the term “Bloggers Block”, to describe a lack of blog posts, due to having a mental block, when it comes to thinking up ideas of what to write about.

This is not the case tonight, although I am still suffering from ‘BB’. I have already put together a blog post, but am unable to submit it, due to an error with my website host’s servers.

For those sad enough to wonder how I am able to upload this post, but not another – that is because the error only affects posts with embedded images. As this post is just text, it works. Simples.

Oh, and the post I really wanted to upload, contains an image, which is integral to the post topic.

For those geeky enough to wonder what the technical reason behind all of this is – I am told that it was basically a security update, which didn’t go to plan.

I suspect Wayne, the new security guard, spilt his coffee all over the servers!  Wayne has since been relieved of his duties.

Posted by sean on February 14, 2019 at 3:53 pm in Leeds United with No Comments

Is it just me, or has anyone else thought that the lyrics to Leeds United’s club anthem, ‘Marching on Together’, would make an excellent message for a Valentine’s Day card?

Posted by sean on February 14, 2019 at 7:18 am in Leeds United with No Comments

Leeds beat Swansea last night, to go top of the Championship. You will therefore be surprised that this blog does not involve me singing from the rooftops.

I hate this season. It is far too stressful, competing for promotion. It was a lot easier when Leeds were crap. You knew where you were being rubbish… at home, 1-0 down to Blackburn, after 18 seconds.

Last night, Leeds found themselves winning 2-0 before half time and playing very well. I was pleased and could almost relax. After all, being in-front by two gosls meant that Swansea had to score a couple themselves, in order to ruin the rest of my week.

However, nothing is ever simple with Leeds United. I am sure that there is a sweepstake going on between the players, as to how many supporters they can kill off, due to stress, before the end of the season. They probably came close to knocking off a few of us, last night…

Towards the end of the match, a totally pointless penalty was given away by Leeds, to a stunned, and hopefully very grateful, Swansea.

There was absolutely no need for the Leeds player to go anywhere near his Welsh counterpart – you could almost say it was an early Valentine’s Day gift. If it was a romantic present from the Leeds defender – which wouldn’t surprise me – the Swansea player who won the spot kick, certainly owes him something in return!

I’m hardly one to play cupid, but I suggest the lucky Swansea player treats the generous Leeds hunk to a romantic meal, in a classy restaurant. Follow up the evening, by taking him to a five-star hotel, for a night of Isaac Hayes music and love. Heck, why not get engaged? What a perfect day for it!

Going back to the game – the penalty was converted (of course it fecking was), bringing the scoreline to 2-1. This resulted in an agonising, final 10 minutes for me, watching from the sofa. I should probably have been watching from behind it!

The match finished 2-1. Leeds had won, but the stress it had caused, didn’t leave me feeling very happy! I did not enjoy the experience at all.

I think my mood, during the remaining moments of the game, is best demonstrated by Homer Simpson…


Posted by sean on February 13, 2019 at 8:55 pm in Rabbits with No Comments

We have entered Roman into a photo competition, being held by a well known pet shop chain.

If he wins, not only will he be famous (probably), but as his owners, Claire and I, will receive a £50 voucher to spend on rabbit food, hay, treats, etc…

To help his chances of winning, I included the caption Roman the Rabbit has stolen my heart.

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