Wednesday, 6 January 2010

Jolt

v., jolt·ed, jolt·ing, jolts.
v.tr.
  1. To move or dislodge with a sudden, hard blow; strike heavily or jarringly.
  2. To cause to move jerkily.
  3. To put into a specified condition by or as if by a blow.
  4. To make suddenly active or effective.
  5. To disturb suddenly and severely; stun.


Can I add a 6?


6. To experience a jarring to the brain, caused by seeing a picture of him. Side effects may include: reliving every happy memory you've ever had together in a split-second; realising that he knows more about you than anyone else and missing that closeness; inadvertently remembering what he looks like naked; wishing you could play in the snow with him because he's childish enough to appreciate it; remembering where you bought that t-shirt for him and numerous other mind-invading thoughts.


In other news, I done gone made a snow pig...



OINK OINK!!


5 comments:

miss*H said...

Your snow pig is amazing!! So much better than a normal snowman :)

P said...

Oh god, I HATE that feeling. When I remember things like that, it just makes me feel more peed off.

Please Don't Eat With Your Mouth Open said...

Cochon de la neige!

smidge said...

*Hugs*

and the snow pig is a great distraction...

Helen said...

The snow pig is one of my greatest achievements I think. I hope his little face hasn't melted by the time I get home from work.

P - I go through waves of not caring but then one photo or a memory can just trigger a spell of despair! :/