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December 22, 2006 by mignuna
 IKEA product or harry potter character? 1/             agrippa2/             bletchley3/             ordning4/             cliodna5/             bekvam6/       ...
December 20, 2006 by mignuna
 smiths lyrics which can also be used as excuses to deflect unwanted romantic attention:why do i smile at people who i'd much rather kick in the eyei didn't realise you wrote such bloody awful poetry sweetness i was only joking when i said by rights you should be bludgeoned in your bed i still love you but only slightly less than i used to don't come to the house tonight because you'll slip on the trail of my bespattered remains how come someone hasn't noticed that ...
December 20, 2006 by mignuna
 smiths lyrics which can also be used as excuses to deflect unwanted romantic attention:why do i smile at people who i'd much rather kick in the eyei didn't realise you wrote such bloody awful poetry sweetness i was only joking when i said by rights you should be bludgeoned in your bed i still love you but only slightly less than i used to don't come to the house tonight because you'll slip on the trail of my bespattered remains how come someone hasn't noticed that ...
December 15, 2006 by mignuna
 things found in my nieces’ playroom:one doll house, tipped up onto its side and containing: a smashed toy oven, a table missing its legs and a bent-over double teddy bear crammed into a room with the door locked three characters from 'dora the explorer', all naked, one missing a leg two barbie dolls, each wearing a single shoe and nothing else one plush green frog, its stomach torn open and the contents replaced with modeling clay two plastic dinosaurs, each with the ta...
December 15, 2006 by mignuna
 things found in my nieces’ playroom:one doll house, tipped up onto its side and containing: a smashed toy oven, a table missing its legs and a bent-over double teddy bear crammed into a room with the door locked three characters from 'dora the explorer', all naked, one missing a leg two barbie dolls, each wearing a single shoe and nothing else one plush green frog, its stomach torn open and the contents replaced with modeling clay two plastic dinosaurs, each with the ta...
April 22, 2006 by mignuna
 marriage involves facing some nasty facts. one of these nasty facts is the realisation that your spouse is already trained. and there is nothing you can do about it.  the person you now call your mother-in-law has instilled values in your lifemate that you will NEVER, EVER get rid of. regardless of how much they shit you. for example, my mother-in-law is very strict about the floor of the shower being grit-free. if you tracked in some sand, you’d had better wash it down the ...
March 7, 2006 by mignuna
 

i have no idea what to say about this. just look : Link
February 19, 2006 by mignuna
 Dr. Robert White is a Professor of Neurosurgery and one of the world's leading neurologists. He is also a  Catholic, and a member of the Vatican's ‘Academy of Sciences’, is ‘pro-life’, and is on record objecting to human embryos being used in brain tissue experimentation. He also cuts the heads off small animals and re-attaches them to different bodies. And now he wants to do it to people !. In 1973, Dr. White removed the head from an living, anaesthetized monkey and re-atta...
February 16, 2006 by mignuna
my friend marco is smart. (so smart as to occasionally unintelligible, but i do my best).  it occurred to me recently whilst sharing a meal with him that his super computer mind would be an invaluable tool for those wishing to lose weight by being put off their food. in the way of all highly intelligent persons, marco is unable to ‘dumb it down’ for us mere mortals and will tell me (as i am trying to ingest an unhealthily large portion of fried eggs) that i am consuming the menstrual p...
February 14, 2006 by mignuna
 valentines day.  the mere phrase makes most people sigh in romantic anticipation. i, however, prefer to regard it as a commercial racket fed by gullible fools. i know that’s not very girly of me, but i really just don’t see the point. valentines day just makes single people feel like losers and married people feel obligated.  for example: the newspaper where i work has a ‘valentine love messages’ page that i am required to edit, but would prefer to vomit on.  why, ...
February 12, 2006 by mignuna
  i am 36. one would think that, by now, i would have friends that, for the most part, weren’t stupid. yet this is in fact not so. now, i am not saying that my friends lack intelligence. far from it, in most cases. i merely mean that, despite some of them being over 40, they still have the same issues that they had decades ago. issues that should be sorted in your 20’s (if you’re lucky) or your 30’s. issues like ‘i don’t know what i want to do for a living’ and ‘my ...
December 15, 2005 by mignuna
They say that the car you choose to drive says a lot about your personality. If that is true, I am obviously some type of deranged weirdo, because every single person that sees my car says exactly the same thing: “THAT thing is your car ?”.

Now before I go any further, let me explain that I love my car and plan to keep it for the rest of my life if I can, but it’s already as old as I am, and to be frank it looks like shit. I’m not kidding. It’s painted this hideous dark blue colour (exce...
December 12, 2005 by mignuna
 As we all know, I am an Australian.  I am also an Australian who used to live in the Sydney suburb of Cronulla, and who is reading the current news reports with absolute horror. In the past hour, I have seen the following ‘news’ passage reproduced on the websites of at least 10 ‘credible’ news sources: “About 5,000 white men, many of them drunk, targeted people believed to be of Arab or Middle Eastern descent on Cronulla Beach on Sunday after rumors spread that Lebanese yout...
December 10, 2005 by mignuna
  I’m a city girl, born and bred, that cannot be denied. For 33 years I occupied one of the busiest and most cosmopolitan cities in the world (okay, the country), Sydney. I never realised that anything was missing until we moved to what Sydneysiders call ‘the North Coast’ 3 years ago. My tolerance has since gradually dropped for things like road rage, pollution, queues and ill-mannered people. When I visit the city now, these things seem magnified way beyond their original pr...
December 8, 2005 by mignuna
(This was sent to me by a friend and I can't find the original source, but I thought it was worth passing on. Mig)

 

Today we mourn the passing of a beloved old friend, Common Sense, who has been with us for many years. No one knows for sure how old he was since his birth records were long ago lost in bureaucratic red tape.

He will be remembered as having cultivated such valuable lessons as knowing when to come in out of the rain, why the early bird gets the worm, life isn't always...