Thank crunchie it’s Friday

Woke up to aching muscles and a foreboding sense of trouble… It must be the morning after the CBI quiz. We came, I think, in a respectable fourth place - beaten by the Table of Power, headed up by Sarah Webb. But after all the trash-talking I did to certain others I’m dreading the forfeit I’m to face from Sarah and Sineád. What ever it is, it won’t be pleasant.

In other news, Chicklish have two reviews ye should be reading - if you haven’t already. Alexandra reviews Keith Gray’s Happy and R J Anderson’s Knife:

My above paragraphs don’t even cover half of what goes on in this fast paced novel (so hopefully no spoilers!). There’s lots of action and many twists and turns towards the end which keep you guessing to the last page. Excellent read.

And Ian Burell in the Independent UK explores the secrets behind magicians, sorcerers and dragons in oscar winning special effects factory The Mill.

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  • Aoife Murray

    Hehehe. You lose, peanut boy!

    Comment | January 27, 2009
  • Harsh - gloat away. There’ll always be next year…

    Comment | January 28, 2009
  • Aoife Murray

    Bring it! That gives me one more year to perfect my peanut weapon technique!

    Comment | January 28, 2009
  • I have to get over the forfeit first… someone has mentioned busking on Grafton street on a Saturday.

    With video evidence and potentially a costume.

    This could be bad.

    Comment | January 28, 2009
  • Aoife Murray

    Well I think you should spray yourself gold/silver like that lad who dresses up like the James Joyce statue. Sure don’t the tourists just love him!

    Comment | January 28, 2009

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