Christopher Muggridge

Sometimes I have thoughts.

Sometimes I post these thoughts on my website for you to read. Sometimes you read them. This is generally referred to as "Blogging", which should not be confused with "Flogging", an activity I do not perform for free. Unlike my Blogging.

October 17, 2017

On A Roll

I'm getting up at 5:30am to go to the gym but it's 11:45pm right now and I am barbecuing a cheeseburger. That's just how I roll.

October 17, 2017
Walking under October green leaves

Green October Leaves

Blue skies and green leaves still on the trees. Don't think I have spent this much time on sidewalks since I was eight and got my first pair of strap-on roller skates.

Music for memories and a stroll: Dream Weavers "My Definition Of A Boombastic Jazz Style".

October 16, 2017
Sunny, chilly walk

A Little Sun, A Little Chill

It's a little chilly but I've got Timmie's and sunshine so a'walking I will go. Don't know how many more I will be lucky enough to get.

September 23, 2017
Sand castles

Building On Depression

What many people don't realize about depression is that it isn't gone just because someone is happy and smiling.

September 23, 2017
Rose in black and white

Imagine There’s No Heaven

I am an Atheist and I don't believe in Heaven. This means no second chances, no rewards, no reunions with previously deceased loved ones, and no eternal life beyond this mortal coil.

September 23, 2017

It’s All In How You Work It

I started to bring sexy back but discovered it was too much effort. I compromised and went 'slightly disheveled with a splash of Axe body spray'. It's been working out well since those helpful ladies at the flea market let me in on the fact that 'disheveled' doesn't mean 'without pants'.

September 23, 2017

Always Choose Bacon

They told me I made my bed so now I had to lie in it. Turns out Skittles may seem like a brilliant idea for a fun 2 a.m. snack but they're crap at lumbar support. Next time I'm going with a wiser choice; bacon.

September 23, 2017

It’s All About Feelings

Last weekend at the bar I became convinced that I had lost all feeling in my leg, but then I realized I had been grabbing the leg of the guy next to me. Turns out I hadn't lost feeling in my face.

September 23, 2017

The Morning Patience Principle

Is it just me, or does anyone else suspect there may be a link between the time you get up in the morning and your ability to tolerate other human beings? I asked a guy outside the coffee shop for his opinion but he had a stupid face so I told him to shut up and walked away. A perfect example of someone wasting my time.

September 23, 2017

Alternative Fact #81

Back during the 1930's, before we had fully evolved into the finely tuned mechanisms we are today, our posteriors were connected to our bodies through the use of a bolt threaded through our belly button. Unfortunately, these bolts were subject to wear and tear and the threads would often become worn. This would result in a loosening of the connection, making itself evident by a pronounced swaying of the buttocks during various activities. When witnessed by others, it would be suggested the affected individual could benefit from an adjustment to their pivotal rod, a sentiment that would later be translated into the more commonly known phrase, "That person has a screw loose." It was also the earliest known occurrence of the curious activity later identified as "twerking".