Stilgherrian (@stilgherrian)

Wentworth Falls NSW AU

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April 29th, 2010

OK, I’m now in love. Seriously in love. http://bit.ly/bZOrwm HT @macleanbrendan

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Emerges, alomst. Later than intended.

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Oh look! Thursday night in Newtown. 3G connectivity? Nup. Thanks,

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Herb bread is a lesson in patience. The Buddha would have approved.

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“As seen on A Current Affair” isn’t something I’d put on MY advertising, actually.

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RT @grantshow: It would be totally irresponsible of me to go and buy a new MacBook Pro. [Not if you bought it for me.]

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Mobile: Enmore Rd; Newtown station; places of mystery and imagination.

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Thu plan, revisited: Quick snack, then travel to a SEKRIT location and walk back to get some bloody exercise. For the liver.

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“Pubs. They’re like a gym, but for the liver.” Is that what you mean, @SnarkyPlatypus?

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I make no claim to being consistent, @PointZeroOne ;)

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Oh you misunderstand, @PointZeroOne. My gripe with BrandZ Top 100 was not the concept but that it warranted an embargo.

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I can’t recall which comment you’re referring to, @PointZeroOne, but I do write about things outside my own personal care-factor areas.

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Me in Crikey: “Google’s got Groggle by the goolies, squeezing hard” http://bit.ly/9jvx2z

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DBCDE forum reveals Australia’s internet filter legislation hasn’t been drafted http://bit.ly/9VjRcM

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I agree, @deptofinternets. It’s true to say that @FakeeEtiquette has Changed My Life.

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Excellent, @gavincostello, the Irish usage of “boyo” explainified http://bit.ly/ag5fSB

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Should Eurovision be celebrated at Kelly’s on King again, @SnarkyPlatypus? It seemed a suitably rowdy environment.

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Once again I thank the State Library of NSW for free access to so many online databases from home. http://bit.ly/91fx3g

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OED @gavincostello! boyo, n.colloq. (chiefly Irish English and Welsh English). Chiefly as a form of address: a boy, a lad; a man, a fellow.

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On “boyo”, @gavincostello, the Macquarie Dictionary calls it Welsh and Irish. [shrugs] Might look up the OED.

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It seems that @elerimai is right, it IS turtle pr0n! http://bit.ly/cZd5mK

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Really, @gavincostello? Has “boyo” just fallen out of use? Or was it a Belfast thing? Or always a cliché? I’m curious now!

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Indeed @benrhughes it seems “leadership” has become “slavery to opinion polls and never offending anyone”, eh @KevinRuddPM?

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Indeed, @_Tors, can you imagine Margaret Thatcher apologising for having offended someone? Bring back Maggie, I say!

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You’re right, @SnarkyPlatypus, “Stil-ghe-licious” is even better. I can certainly do the video. http://bit.ly/4Kk6bM

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Hang on, what’s wrong with calling a bigot a bigot, exactly? http://bit.ly/cYy6KQ

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Earlier today @thetowncrier invented the word “Stil-tastic”. In hindsight, he missed a glorious opportunity with “Stilicious”.

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From 2006, an excellent feature about British double agents in Northern Ireland. Not pleasant. http://bit.ly/a3Iz2e

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@SnarkyPlatypus Vous savez, casserole licorne serait bien. Mais je peux aussi penser à autre chose à voir avec une licorne et une carotte.

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Arizona’s immigration “debate” seems to skip over a rather uncomfortable history. http://bit.ly/dBdSmM

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@SnarkyPlatypus Bonjour. Mon monde est un endroit spécial, plein de lapins et de licornes. Et vous?

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@Wyane Mate, I can grammerise from arsehole to breakfast time! [Yes, “from arsehole to breakfast time” is in the Macquarie Dictionary.]

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Crikey story filed!

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