Tag Archives: Old Stokie

Someone is Older and More Stokeish

today, if that were even possible.

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Annual Gongs

I’ve had a look through the lists but I can’t seem to see Old Stokie OBE in any of them. He can’t surely have been overlooked again, not after that noble work he did lending me his green Seat when … Continue reading

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Old Stokie to the Rescue

Yesterday at Stoke City 1-0 Blackburn (a much better game than any of the match reports will concede, I can’t find one single correspondent who managed to put their pre-conceptions aside and watch the actual game in front of them) … Continue reading

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It was worth the wait # 2

Old Stokie in ‘Opens new blog with literary analysis’ stunna! Our Man in Bag End

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There is about to be unleashed

a new correspondent in the blogosphere. He does not wish to call his site OldStokie.wordpress.com as he is seeking a makeover and a ‘new self.’ Any suggestions? Kazimir Malevich, Plane in Rotation, called Black Circle, 1915, Oil on canvas

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Vote for me

I’ll set you free. By request of Old Stokie who suddenly doesn’t want owt to do with politics or the beautiful game.

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Festive recipe tip # 2

As far as I can tell, from the ‘public response’ : disregard Recipe tip # 1. Here instead is a picture of this blog’s favourite Old Rascal, who will always ‘dis’ both myself, as well as and my culinary and … Continue reading

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