Saturday, December 31, 2005

Normal service will be resumed shortly

I have just spent some time posting the following message on random blogs around the world, chosen by the next blog wotsit at the top of the page.
If you are one of the people who have been visited by me and have come here to find out the story behind the comment, there is no story. Just wanted to wish a few random fellow inhabitants of the planet good wishes.
For my regular readers (AMToNW), feel free to accept the wishes. I will be back to being a miserable old twat very shortly. And now I am going to bed, in order to avoid the temptation of watching something dire on the television and 'seeing in the New Year'.


As an act of penance for being a miserable old bugger over the Christmas period, I thought I would visit some random blogs and wish them a happy new year

Happy new year.
Wes hál in þám neowan Geáre
Stastny Novy Rok
Godt Nytår
Gelukkig Nieuwjaar
Bonne Année
Ein glückliches neues Jahr
Felice Anno Nuovo
Godt Nytt År
Szczesliwego Nowego Roku
Feliz Ano Novo
S Novym Godom
Gëzuar Vitin e Ri
Feliz Año Nuevo
Srechno Novo Leto
Gott Nytt År
Blian nua faoi mhaise duit
Blwyddyn Newydd Dda
Aliheli'sdi Itse(i) Udetiyvsadisv(i)
Voorspoedige nuwe jaar
Barka da sabuwar shekara
Karibu Mwaka Mupia
Teth loac tee kon rey ru-n a neme
kull 'aam wa-antum bikhayr
Shuvo Nobo Borsho
San nin faailok
Saal Mubarak
Nava Varsh Ki Haardik Shubh Kaamnaayen
Shinnen omedeto goziamasu
Selamat Tahun baru
Kong He Xin Xi
Namae Saaldiyan Mubarakan
Naththar Valthukkal Pudhu Varusha Vaazhthukkal
Naya Saal Mubarak Ho


Mark Gamon said...

Aah ya big softie, ye...

Geoff said...

You missed James Blunt AGAIN?

I hope you didn't wish the Abi Titmuss blog a happy new year.

Vicus Scurra said...

Geoff, I know not of whom you speak.

Mark Gamon said...

I saw James Blunt last night. I don't think he can do you any harm, Vicus. To be honest, seeing him was a bit like missing him anyway.

tom909 said...

Vicus, I can't believe you don't know who Abi Titmuss is. Did you not see her on Celebrity Love Island. How the hell did you miss that!

Vicus Scurra said...

No, you've got me there, Tom.
Was she on Any Questions, or the South Bank Show? Did I miss her in the RSC's production of Uncle Vanya last year?
My edition of Britannica refers to the great poet Umar ibn Abi Rabi'ah - was she a daughter of his perchance?
Surely no connection to Fred Titmus, as I would have heard her, had she demonstrated her bouncers playing for Middlesex.

bpantmm - sound of bafflement eminating from the over-50s.

PS nice to see you blogging again Tom, but I think you need a new title.

Maio said...

Hi Vicus, thank you for your visit!
Have a Happy New Year!

Best regards from Portugal