Monthly Archives: June 2009

Do Not Adjust Your Sets

Essential maintenance may be taking place on this blog. Meanwhile here is the testcard.

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The one where Ermintrude became a bus

Quite a lot of contentious public transport issues in this episode (for AndyP) to consider. Not to mention something rather missing from the end…

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FAB

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Flobadob

….but the man who worked in the garden didn’t know anything had happened at all. Nobody knew about the Flowerpot Men. Only you saw them playing … and the Little Weed … and I think the Little House knew something … Continue reading

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Wacko jokes

I’ve been inundated, but hardly thrillered; most of them are 0/10 So instead, here’s a proper joke: Q: What’s the difference between a girder and a joist? A. One wrote Faust, the other wrote Ulysses! Bumbum!

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Do not touch the live rail

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One grunt down

probably quite a lot of grunts to go. Still, this Argentinian is my hero for today, beating Sharapova in three without ever making a peep. If only she wasn’t such a plug … [ironical wink here] Eva Peron shuts them … Continue reading

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We are not numbers

What do we want? Freedom! When do we want it? Now!

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Eeeeyyahhhhrgh!

The thing that could really do with redacting is the sound of Maria Sharapova playing a forehand down the line.

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Hurrah!!!

… and that, dear reader, was how I came to fall in love with Tony Pulis. THE END

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