Well hello everyone! Sorry it’s been so long, bloody RL got up in my grill and I’ve been fighting it off! Now that you’ve been shown the RA Mansion, picked out your rooms and been shown ours, I thought I’d make use of my pad and invite you all to join me here every Saturday for Rob Attack Saturday Club, where all manner of things will happen!
This week, as it’s our first club meeting, I thought we’d do a little fun thing called
“The Lobster and The Barracuda”:
Close your eyes, relax and float downstream…and cast your mind back to when you were a young girl. A time when you were not a Cougar, but a Barracuda – a young girl hopelessly devoted to an older idol. Who used to fill your daydreams and schoolbooks? How did you come across them? Let me know in the comments!
Before we close this week’s edition of Saturday Club, I shall tell you my story;
I was five years old. It was just another boring trip to Tesco..or so I thought. Being five, I of course had the attention span if a gnat, so I waddled off to the toys aisle. That’s where everything changed – a black plastic, retro style phone caught my eye and I began pressing the buttons. Then I picked up the plastic receiver. A tinny serenade of “Can’t Buy Me Love” poured into my ears. I was grinning, enamoured with this voice I’d just found. I never did buy that phone, but eight years later, I knew that voice belonged to Paul McCartney of The Beatles, and eight years later, on my thirteenth birthday, I added to my collection of Beatles stuff, receiving a copy of the Beatles:Anthology book. Then the real fangirling started. All because of this picture:
SOLD! To the crazy thirteen year old with the bouffant hairdo!
So of course, we are now at a point where I am, as they say, “irrevocably in love with him”. I saw him in concert on December 19th and cried for the entire three hours *sigh* but adding Rob into the picture creates a little problem … Who comes first in the ranks?!
There’s only one way to find out – FIGHT!