I forgot to mention that I also went for a run last night. My friend Simon had entered the Sunset Series at the Tan so I went down to run with him. We parked on the other side of the tan track so we did a 2.5 km warm up run beforehand and 1.5 cool down back to the car, making it 12 km in total.
After Bathsheba’s comment on my last running post, I’ve set myself a challenge. I’m going to create a playlist for running with 20 brand new songs. So far I’ve got five. It’s hard to think of songs I like that I don’t already have, and I hate dance music.
I finally got paid a big chunk of my ebay money so I’m going to buy shoes today. Woohoo!
Edit: As Andrew and few others said in comments, adults can be just as annoying at the movies as kids. Well technically, it’s all adults. You can’t blame a two year old for acting like a two year old but you can blame the parent for putting them in the situation to begin with. It’s like the cinemas figure less and less people go to the movies, so they let anything go. They should realise that this is what keeps people away. Next time I’m going to consider running to the cinema down the street for choc tops then coming home to watch a downloaded copy of the movie in my own home.
The sex at the movies thing is so wrong. When they opened the new cinema at Melbourne Central, they have the halfpipe (I think that’s what it’s called) cinema with beanbags instead of seats. I grossed out because I thought people would have sex on them. My sister thought about that for a while and asked why I thought that. I have no idea and it made me realise I have this whole beanbags = sex thing going on in my brain. I’ve never even had sex on a beanbag (that I can remember) so I dunno where that came from.
I must now send this ebay stuff posted and shoes bought.