pacing the cage

hoperagland :
I AM NOT A BLONDE YA DINGUS
hoperagland:

@lifeisangony

you know it’s for real when bae gets your handle wrong. life is me?
but still <3

hoperagland:

@lifeisangony

you know it’s for real when bae gets your handle wrong. life is me?

but still <3

i’ve lifted at 50% only twice in the last two months post swine flu. how am i tighter and more swollen than i was before? i do not know. rest is best, i guess..

forever bummed..

been ~flatout ~ at work lately..

@hoperagland

been ~flatout ~ at work lately..

@hoperagland

when bae shows you her butt and it:

- rehydrates you

- quenches thy thirst

- makes you hum that one hoobastank track

- makes you shut the hell up

- gives you something to believe in

- puts you to sleep..

7.48am: only thing going for me today (so far) is that i smell real got damn good. smell me..

just got told by the woman i’m attracted to and can’t get over in the office that “there should be more people like you”. day made..

lifeofangony:

i sent an email to the entire organisation yesterday morning. i was sort of proud of my sense of humour and writing. see for yourself:


Good morning yáll,
My most sincere apologies for leaving this so late, however, it’s that time of year again where I ask for your support and any spare sheckles you may have to help me raise money for SCOSA as I somehow manage to take part in the 12km city – bay run this Sunday the 21st September.
To make things interesting, not only will I be waking from my slumber to be at the start line before 7am, but I will be competing against our beloved CEO, Alan Morrison, to see who can not only cross the line first, but earn the bragging rights for probably years to come knowing the two us.
The bet is:
If I win (likely): Alan has to do my job for half a day. Kilt optional.
If Alan wins (unlikely): I have to present him with an award at the next finance meeting. I offered to do his job for half a day, but he thought I might be too bored and there was something about it not being legal. Or something..
I’m sure you’ve all heard my sob story before, so I won’t bore you with the gory details, but with the help from the IT helpdesk, jack-of-all-trades Ryan Dolling and Commanding Chief Corporal Officer Michael Caluya last year I was able to cross the line and tick off a goal. Something I always wanted to do, but was too overweight and too scared to try.
So, I have decided to compete again. This time completely solo. This time 10kg lighter. (mum was right, eat ya veggies)
As pay day is fast approaching (tomorrow for those playing at home) and you’re looking for a good cause to splurge on, look no further: https://give.everydayhero.com/au/lifeofangony
Thank you all in advance and I look forward to speaking to you all, seeing someone donate, but most of all.. seeing the look on Alan’s face when I not only beat him in the race, but raise more than he does, too. He doesn’t even lift.
Peace and blessings,
- Angus
Angus Hadrill
(Medical Records Officer)

lifeofangony:

i sent an email to the entire organisation yesterday morning. i was sort of proud of my sense of humour and writing. see for yourself:


Good morning yáll,
My most sincere apologies for leaving this so late, however, it’s that time of year again where I ask for your support and any spare sheckles you may have to help me raise money for SCOSA as I somehow manage to take part in the 12km city – bay run this Sunday the 21st September.

To make things interesting, not only will I be waking from my slumber to be at the start line before 7am, but I will be competing against our beloved CEO, Alan Morrison, to see who can not only cross the line first, but earn the bragging rights for probably years to come knowing the two us.

The bet is:

If I win (likely): Alan has to do my job for half a day. Kilt optional.

If Alan wins (unlikely): I have to present him with an award at the next finance meeting. I offered to do his job for half a day, but he thought I might be too bored and there was something about it not being legal. Or something..

I’m sure you’ve all heard my sob story before, so I won’t bore you with the gory details, but with the help from the IT helpdesk, jack-of-all-trades Ryan Dolling and Commanding Chief Corporal Officer Michael Caluya last year I was able to cross the line and tick off a goal. Something I always wanted to do, but was too overweight and too scared to try.
So, I have decided to compete again. This time completely solo. This time 10kg lighter. (mum was right, eat ya veggies)

As pay day is fast approaching (tomorrow for those playing at home) and you’re looking for a good cause to splurge on, look no further: https://give.everydayhero.com/au/lifeofangony

Thank you all in advance and I look forward to speaking to you all, seeing someone donate, but most of all.. seeing the look on Alan’s face when I not only beat him in the race, but raise more than he does, too. He doesn’t even lift.

Peace and blessings,

- Angus


Angus Hadrill
(Medical Records Officer)

i sent an email to the entire organisation yesterday morning. i was sort of proud of my sense of humour and writing. see for yourself:


Good morning yáll,
My most sincere apologies for leaving this so late, however, it’s that time of year again where I ask for your support and any spare sheckles you may have to help me raise money for SCOSA as I somehow manage to take part in the 12km city – bay run this Sunday the 21st September.
To make things interesting, not only will I be waking from my slumber to be at the start line before 7am, but I will be competing against our beloved CEO, Alan Morrison, to see who can not only cross the line first, but earn the bragging rights for probably years to come knowing the two us.
The bet is:
If I win (likely): Alan has to do my job for half a day. Kilt optional.
If Alan wins (unlikely): I have to present him with an award at the next finance meeting. I offered to do his job for half a day, but he thought I might be too bored and there was something about it not being legal. Or something..
I’m sure you’ve all heard my sob story before, so I won’t bore you with the gory details, but with the help from the IT helpdesk, jack-of-all-trades Ryan Dolling and Commanding Chief Corporal Officer Michael Caluya last year I was able to cross the line and tick off a goal. Something I always wanted to do, but was too overweight and too scared to try.
So, I have decided to compete again. This time completely solo. This time 10kg lighter. (mum was right, eat ya veggies)
As pay day is fast approaching (tomorrow for those playing at home) and you’re looking for a good cause to splurge on, look no further: https://give.everydayhero.com/au/lifeofangony
Thank you all in advance and I look forward to speaking to you all, seeing someone donate, but most of all.. seeing the look on Alan’s face when I not only beat him in the race, but raise more than he does, too. He doesn’t even lift.
Peace and blessings,
- Angus
Angus Hadrill
(Medical Records Officer)

i sent an email to the entire organisation yesterday morning. i was sort of proud of my sense of humour and writing. see for yourself:


Good morning yáll,
My most sincere apologies for leaving this so late, however, it’s that time of year again where I ask for your support and any spare sheckles you may have to help me raise money for SCOSA as I somehow manage to take part in the 12km city – bay run this Sunday the 21st September.

To make things interesting, not only will I be waking from my slumber to be at the start line before 7am, but I will be competing against our beloved CEO, Alan Morrison, to see who can not only cross the line first, but earn the bragging rights for probably years to come knowing the two us.

The bet is:

If I win (likely): Alan has to do my job for half a day. Kilt optional.

If Alan wins (unlikely): I have to present him with an award at the next finance meeting. I offered to do his job for half a day, but he thought I might be too bored and there was something about it not being legal. Or something..

I’m sure you’ve all heard my sob story before, so I won’t bore you with the gory details, but with the help from the IT helpdesk, jack-of-all-trades Ryan Dolling and Commanding Chief Corporal Officer Michael Caluya last year I was able to cross the line and tick off a goal. Something I always wanted to do, but was too overweight and too scared to try.
So, I have decided to compete again. This time completely solo. This time 10kg lighter. (mum was right, eat ya veggies)

As pay day is fast approaching (tomorrow for those playing at home) and you’re looking for a good cause to splurge on, look no further: https://give.everydayhero.com/au/lifeofangony

Thank you all in advance and I look forward to speaking to you all, seeing someone donate, but most of all.. seeing the look on Alan’s face when I not only beat him in the race, but raise more than he does, too. He doesn’t even lift.

Peace and blessings,

- Angus


Angus Hadrill
(Medical Records Officer)

i&#8217;m not okay (i promise)..

i’m not okay (i promise)..