Tag Archives: vicars

I’M A PROMO CODE!!!!

I’ve often thought I might aspire to being a ‘best before’ date or even a ‘sell by’ date but I never thought I’d be a ‘promo code’… This popped through my letter box the other day. I opened it …… like you would… HEY! that’s me!! And on closer inspection I spotted THIS! Blimey, I’m […]

IT’S AN ILL WIND

It’s been an odd few days. The abscess wasn’t – it was just a gum infection. I also slept for 48 hours and my usually keen and incisive brain, full of wit, repartee and brilliant ideas ……. oh never mind. Luckily I had the Open to watch on the telly, when I wasn’t dozing, and […]

HISTORY LESSON – 4

The Trojan Hearse. A lot of the fascinating parchments I inherited when moving into the Cliff Top Residence concern information about weird goings on with members of the clergy. For instance, one stained and dog-eared manuscript describes the Very Reverend Charletton Grimsbody, who was defrocked in 1738 by the then Bishop of Wainwright. By piecing […]

THE CURTAIN TWITCHER – Part 3

Our immediate neighbour is Aloe Vera. She is probably over 100 but very lively, apart from a tendency, well chronicled in previous posts, to faint. She receives regular visits from the vicar. I thought this was very caring of the man, until my suspicions were aroused when I accidentally observed the following scene whilst checking […]

AN EXPERIMENT

In the interests of scientific discovery I am going to write this post whilst downing 3 double whiskies in close succession. In order to keep the subject matter on a safe level I shall describe the weather and steer away from religion and politics. Most of Gt. Britain is suffering a lot of snow but, […]