Monday, February 27, 2006

Random Stuff

Today's post is brought to you by the location Eastbourne. I lived most of my life in Eastbourne, England. It is very different to Eastbourne here.

Bizarre: On Friday 17th February I slept through an earthquake that was 4.0 on the Richter scale.

New word: munted = spoiled/damaged

Funny but embarrassing: The phrase "Check you out". In the UK I would use this phrase to draw attention to something that another person would do. In New Zealand it generally means that you are hitting on someone (the equivalent of "how you doin" from Joey in Friends). I was thankful that the person I said it to just looked shocked and didn't slap me.

Wise saying from the lads on God's love: Your love, love is like a beetroot stain. That never ever goes away from me. Your love, Your love is with me everyday. I know Your love is here to stay with me. For more see their website


Scott said...

I'm loving this James, great to hear your experiences.

From getting to know the Australian staff at Canterbury, I have a new appreciation for the sacrifice involved in relocating. Thanks so much for what you are doing, for Christ, and the gospel (Mark 8:35).

Mike said...

Dude, always good to see you standing outside a take-away!



James Allaway said...


Thanks for the encouragement


There's always time for takeaway...