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The Auntie Doris Years #50: 1959


By the close of the 1950s The Russians and Americans had filled the sky with ruddy satellites, so it was hard to know which ones were stars, and which ones were lumps of tin. 628 more words

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The accident

Old lady knocked me off my bike. She handed me a piece of paper with a bogus phone number. Told me she was in a hurry to get to church. 9 more words

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The Auntie Doris Years #49: 1958


Lord Justice Tenabrief , who presided over the Nipper trial, was of a mind for clemency. He was of a similar age to my father, and was of almost the same religious conviction. 607 more words

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You won’t believe what this granny can do in heels!

Take one fit granny, give her a good reason to escape in a dance studio, make her meet a trainer who doesn’t believe in age limits and you can wow Simon Cowell. 34 more words

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The Auntie Doris Years #48: 1957


Since the end of the war there had been an increasing number of incidents in our area in which people were bruised whilst out and about, usually on the arm or leg, often the inner thigh or inner upper arm by an unseen assailant. 509 more words

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The Auntie Doris Years #47: 1956

Our house backed on to an house in the next street. An immigrant bloke called Muhammad lived there. Him and my Raymond used to get on well together and help each other other out with little jobs outside. 620 more words

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Grandma Surprises Everyone On Britian's Got Talent

It started as a very confusing and awkward introduction. I found her accent charming but everyone’s got one of those on this show!

What this 80 year old does about halfway into the dance made Simon wish he wouldn’t have pressed his X button. 12 more words

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