Greetings from my sushi coma. Some good food and good company made it a very pleasant evening indeed. I might have had a bit too much green tea. Hopefully it won't make my current nocturnal tendencies worse.
|Good but evil.|
In other news, I was listening to BBC Radio 2's Non-Stop Oldies at the office and this song came on, Daniel Powter's "Bad Day".
My brain did a flip and went "Hang on!". That's not an old song. Definitely not old enough to be part of Non-Stop Oldies. For that segment I'm thinking Elvis, The Beach Boys, some Beatles and maybe a Barry White or two. Not the biggest hit of 2005! I refuse to think that my early 20s are now None-Stop Oldies material. I was still quite pleased though because I'd completely forgotten about the song and I suddenly remembered how much I liked it back in the day (me and the rest of the world). I'm not sure it has aged very well but it was still a nice bit of time travel. Who doesn't want to meet "The One" on a rainy day under a red umbrella? (And vandalise a piece of advertisement in the tube.)
To be fair, it's not the BBC that picks the songs, people are allowed to send in their own playlists of oldies and then BBC the chooses a suitable list (so they do make a judgement call of sorts ...) Anywho, I didn't have a bad day and I hope you've enjoyed your day too!