My five minutes of fame has been extended to five minutes and five seconds. Throughout this whole experience I have managed to keep my feet grounded and still have time for my friends, family and girlfriend. So after the feature on the Guardian, I tweeted in response to a #bbcsportsday with regards to a footballing incident and five minutes later I was re-tweeted on their site. A lesson here is that I should work harder and stop messing about.
Check me out below: look closely please.
Besides fame, not much else has happened this week. I played golf again and was shocking again, I have footage to prove it. Lesson 101- don't copy my actions or how I play- there is nothing orthodox or correct about my game.
Last and by no means least; everyone wants to be a blogger. I tried it and since I started writing some of my friends have been to many restaurants and places which they think are better and say "you should blog that".
A Friend of mine, actually more of an acquaintance- went to Villers Terrace in North London and said it was amazing, I asked him for a blog and in return I get:
" braised lamb shoulder - savage
mashed potato - awesome
kale - nice
roasted shallots - sweet
gravy - yummy
roast pork belly - ridonkulous
and the same accompaniments as above"
Straight to the point and to finish and summarise he said
"nice atmosphere, wicked food. stop only listening to Oran and listen to me for once"
See- blogging is easy