Tuesday, October 25, 2005

Unexpected Results

At lunchtime today I was tooling around on my new playground Flickr. My Friend Flickr. I thought it might be fun to do some people searches and see if anybody I know (or whose blogs I read) had a Flickr page. I already knew that a couple of my favourite guys from the interweb were Flickr users, and I've already wasted valuable work time spent some 'free time' looking at their photos.

So, it has probably become apparent that I have a certain, shall we call it an 'unresolved internet crush' (for want of a better term). I don't know if you've ever tried it, but it's really hard to stalk long distance. So I tried a little people search on both his real name and his blogging name, with unexpected (and frankly quite scary) results.

Whoa. Michael, is there something you're not telling me?

8 comments:

Michael said...
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Michael said...

Now wait a minute! Sure, at first glance all the knives and guns and cats with wine under my bed seem strange, but you have to understand the context. You said you liked my contradictions, remember?

That said, I do like a nice VersaTool.

The Other Andrew said...

When I saw the wine under the bed, well I knew it had to be you...

"That said, I do like a nice VersaTool."

No surprises there. :-)

Michael said...

Ooh, I was wandering around flickr and stumbled upon the hotness who is 'fubuki'. Check out his self-portraits. Grrrr....

The Other Andrew said...

Nice!

There are some absolute beauties on Flickr, I mean if you're that physically blessed why wouldn't you post endless self-portraits? :-) What surprised me is the substantial percentage of very NSFW pics on Flickr, I thought they weren't allowed. (Hint, if you look hard enough you'll "accidentally" find them, like I did. *cough*)

luscious loulou said...

I'll bet Ewan doesn't have to showcase his knives on his site.

The Other Andrew said...

Hah! Maybe small knives to add counterpoint to his large whizzwang.

luscious loulou said...

Good point there, Andrew.

Hah!