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The (lost?)beauty of language

In yesterday’s Independent, Simmy Richman was looking at how the British perception of queuing has changed. Apparently Aaron Gillies in his new book suggests that: ‘ 93 more words


Kissing shoes in Soho, the incendiary comedian, w*** gags & a Banana Split

Yesterday was a pretty ordinary day.

In the afternoon, after talking to director Chris Lincé for a future blog, I bumped into comedian Richard Gadd… 1,124 more words


There is a time and a place to smile....

As J R Hartley, the world renowned fish stalker espoused in his seminal Coarse Fishing tome; ‘Catching fish with needles and pins’, “Public Schools were developed by the Upper Class toffs to develop a strong sense of privilige and buggery in their boys. 398 more words



a rather twisted yet funny view of noises from upstairs…

Humour (Humor)

Chill Out!

Worrying for the UNTHUGGABLES
When you were worrying about something and someone interrupts you and you forget what you were worrying about. This happens A LOT, we worry constantly ( if you’re not heartless or have some kind of problem.) Most people are often concerned about what other people think about them or what they have done or what they’re doing or why they did it, or why polar bears are left handed…

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Elderly People

1960 - DoJones

On a Sunday School outing to the Welsh seaside town of Porthcawl, RJ is ‘roughed up’ by a couple of older boys.

Determined that he will never be physically threatened ever again, … 125 more words