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Discussion in 'General Chat' started by Jonah, Jan 29, 2013.
Not sure that throwing a kid out through a high window is likely to help in an interview ...
Aaaaah ,,, if it's Scotland .... best throw three kids out of the window. Job done.
Hopefully people will think I'm a little less mad if I have a job to go to up there!
Not mundane, but didn't know where put it.
R.I.P Dame Diana Rigg xx
Been doing our bit to help The Trentham Monkey Forest and Twycross Zoo survive . Had a great time , especially at the monkey forest .
Abandoned plans to eat out in Twycross zoo though , finding 2 smallish take-out portions of fish and chips would knock us back £18.50 and an extra 6 quid for a couple of cuppas.
Back to taking our own picnics next time!
I saw this character hanging around at the side of the Isabel Trail.
Initially, I did wonder if she might be injured, as she made no effort at all to maintain a distance from me.
Further investigation seemed to reveal that she was really just remarkably confident.
During our discussions, she noticed a suitable worm had appeared from under her apple, and she sauntered across to deal with it.
That may have been the plan, to appear unconcerned, lulling the worm into a sense of false security.
I have a storage unit up by the university and popped by it the other day. It seems we have a pirate radio station broadcasting within Radio 2’s frequency up that way. Very brazen, what with the Police Station being located up there. Unsure what style of music it was, I know it wasn’t country music.
I just had a hunt around for that, but failed to find any reception here.
However, it does mean that you are in very serious trouble - you caused me to listen to several seconds of Jeremy Vine.
There will be severe retribution.
Fifty five years ago, there was a short sketch in Round the Horne.
"Ah, would you be Jimmy Young?"
"Certainly not! Would you?"
"No. Not for a million pounds!"
And here we are, with it still going on...
If you were stuck in queue on the A41 at about 4.30 today just before Whitchurch then I can only apologise. The fuel pump decided to no longer pump fuel. Much attempted bodgery wouldn't fix the bugger. Just before ringing Britannia, I decided to give it a blow with a hammer and it sprang back into life.
I need a drink.
Used to be standard procedure with the original Minis
Hm... where did you hear it? What stretch of Beaconside?
Specifically coming round the roundabout with the huge Staffordshire knot.
Gurly and her fiance are having a posh (read large) lunch in Manchester today. Stopping with us tonight and have requested tinned beans with sausages in, on toast for tea.
Seems it's not just me.
Ooooh I love them but haven't had them for years. Beans on toast is my favourite meal, but those little sausages make it , yum yum yum ! Might add some of those to my bag of supplies for son when we go down to stay at his tonight .
Afternoon out planned in Worcester for me & hubby , followed by a Pie & Mash meal booked for the 3 of us in a good Real Ale Pub tonight. Leaving son to plan the rest of the night for us . Should be a nice ending to the fortnights holiday
There might be too much fly tipping going on for the police to be concerned about a pirate radio station.
I doubt the police would be concerned about either.
Up early this morning to take the fuel pump off the car and strip it down, as I could do with running the car reliably over the course of the weekend. Everything seemed to be working as it should so just gave it all a thorough clean up before putting it back.
Sun's out, tide going out so off for a walk on the beach in an hour or so. Grass to cut first though.
On a pleasant riverside walk along the river Severn this afternoon including a nice lunch at a riverside pub at Highley.
Even had my picture of a steam engine photobombed by the local wildlife!!