Weekend Theme


Friday, weekend theme. Thoughts that nag in the head, making me wonder how my subconscious filters stuff and things like that.

This week the theme is simple.

Colours

To play along; create your post using the theme. Leave a message here with a link so you can go and read the others.

The only rule is โ€“ have fun with it.

Advertisements

50 thoughts on “Weekend Theme

  1. Pingback: Colour. | jaycee68
  2. Pingback: Colours/Colors «
              1. Oooooh that’s mean! If I had a heart I’m sure it would hurt. But for the record, I prefer Stoker-style vampires or Hammer Films ones, not these metrosexual wussies who glow in daylight. Er Caroline if you are reading this, no offense *I’m going to regret this comment*

                1. hehehe
                  I took out the first one on DVD and fell asleep watching it.
                  However I was lent the first two series of True Blood, and laughed the whole way through (soft porn with LOTS of red stuff)
                  Interview with a vampire was probably the best, and the Abraham Lincoln one was just a bit much

                  1. Ja I really miss the old garlic-cross-holy water movies, the books too. And what’s up with this new craze to rewrite classics into zombie books, i.e. Pride & Prejudice set in a Zombie Plague, stuff like that! Yes its quirky but get a life and write your own bloody book and stop piggy-backing on worth-reading classics!!! Okay I have to go set fire to something now…no, they won’t be books, no matter how bad they are…with the exception of The Hunchback and Note the Dame *shudder – can’t stand that book!*

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s