ROFL fantastic, I was a bit worried to begin with but its nice to see that the PFY's habits run in the family :)
"And this is... uh... where I work >click<" the PFY says, opening the door briefly before closing it again and walking off. Curious... Moments later, the PFY is back and the door opens again briefly with a quick, "Ahh, my desk is the one over there. >click<" Curiouser... A short time later the door reopens once more and …
""Tell me," I say, addressing myself to the septuagenarian with the unlicensed stunner. "One thing I've always wanted to know... Is everyone on your home planet a psychopath?""
To which one could fully expect Gran to answer ..... "Oh, goodness gracious me, not all of us, dear, some of us much prefer the milk and honey sociopath root."
"Now, how's the boy getting on? Showing Promise? We wouldn't want him letting the side down, not whenever there's so much free space available to spread his wings and Lord and Laud, Load and Lode IT over. Did I tell you that his nest at home is full of cuckoos? Not much good for anything, these days ....Cuckoos."
And the heart because everyone adores an ageing Granny.
More and more I find myself craving for a month of fridays, on which I can read the BOFH - I've exhausted all the archives, and I fear I would now be a nervous wreck come 2.00 on friday without it.
Kudos on another brilliant episode - and character.
What is quite worrying though Is that lately, I've been able to understand aManfromMars... It's wrong. Will someone please check on him?
I still remember back in my college years when a female C.S. student went on to learn how to use the Cisco Catalyst switches ... just to be able to disable ports/change VLAN to those who had the bad idea of messing with her or playing their mp3's a tad too loud...
Or back in the days, that chick that went monkeying around with UNIX, and found out how to lock other people's X sessions on the workstation labs...
Oh yes, the ladies have the BOFH gene all right!
Mine's the one with the 300 amp cattleprod...
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