Murica! (and why I may be late with this week’s review)

Happy 4th of July to my American readers! Hope you all have a great one. Remember, every firework you set off is a stabbing pain in the ballsack of Putin himself.

"Ow! Ow! Ow! GOD I HATE JULY!"

“Ow! Ow! Ow! GOD I HATE JULY!”

Speaking of stabbing pains, I have some rather good news (is a sentence no one has ever written before). Thanks to my wonderful wife’s wonderful new job and their wonderful health insurance plan I’m finally getting something done about those gallstones I told you about in lurid detail back in April. I’m going in for surgery on Monday and I’ll be spending the around three days in hospital recovering. What this means is, unless I get the Interstella 5555 ready by Sunday night (which could happen) this one might be a little late. Thanks for understanding.


See you on the flipside.

Mouse out.


  1. You health is more important than some entertainment blog, we wish you a speedy recovery.

    Ah yes, the Forth of July. The time of year were literally every five inches you walk someone has put up an American flag. Especially here in Texas.

  2. Alright! Glad you’re getting that taken care of. I have been hoping that your health was improving.

    I celebrated yesterday my 4th of July. Today it’s thundering, lightning, and pouring down raining! Which is great! I’m so glad it’s pouring like this because it means all those pricks can’t shoot off their stupid crackers at 2am in the morning.

  3. I hope everything turns out fine, Mouse, don’t worry, we can wait for you. 😉 Btw, today is my birthday too. 😀 A whole country will be setting off fireworks for me. :’)

  4. Feel better mouse. Also now that I’m better, I’m gonna start my review dealy. I’d like your opinion on something- should I be represented by Monty Python God or by an Inanimate Carbon Rod? Both seem equally powerful so I’m uncertain.

  5. That’s great, and I don’t mind. I live in London, but there are American people across the road, and I was so ignorant that it took me two hours of sitting in my room and being annoyed (and pausing my videos constantly cause of all the fireworks) to realise that, oh yeah, THAT’S why there are fireworks. Slow clap for me.

  6. I was going to say that a successful operation to remove the gallstones would put you into the same company as Samuel Pepys — but then I reread, and Pepys had surgery for bladder stones. And also, the incision never healed properly.


    May your stone surgery and recovery far surpass that of Pepys!

  7. Yay, good to know you got on the nicer side of the docs over across the pond. I hope the surgery goes well, and your recovery is swift!

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