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Discussion in 'General Chat' started by Withnail, Sep 14, 2012.
The phone box outside the co-op on Stone being loaded onto the back of a lorry.
Brings a new meaning to mobile phones doesn't it?
Doctors surgery in Penkridge has a large poster about corona virus prominently in the centre of the entrance door. It is in Chinese, the only reason I know what it is about is the English language version which you can find tucked away in a corner if you look very carefully.
I hear you're a racist now Father.
First Christmas tv ad
Roy 'Chubby' Brown at the Gatehouse. Wasn't so bad, we didn't get picked on, but he does seem to have a thing against Ginger haired people.
His support act wasn't too bad, for an old bird who was pushing 60, no way she was younger than me.
Will I go and see him again? Don't think so.
Lidl's new freezer ?.
Seriously though , you can pack a fair few bodies in that
@littleme We had a bit of a whinge and moan about life. It's good to have a natter with a friend every so often......
It's very good
Yesterday I saw a couple of newborn lambs for the first time. Today I saw the greater spotted woodpecker in our garden, haven't seen it for some time so glad to know it is still around.
Tough little buggers birds are given they have a hard life. But wouldn't the world be that bit darker without them.
... a van filling up at the Tesco petrol station, with -
- on the side.
*thinks* that's a bit meta
Looking after grandson today so had CeeBeebies on the tv. New series "Dogs like Books". Premise appears to be that two cartoon dogs live in a library and each day pick a book to read, then enter a short cartoon version of the book. Today's book was Isaac Azimov's "I, Robot". Interesting choice of book for a four year old.
CeeBeebies: “Dog and Pug have to call in the help of a Doberman Pinscher when they tackle Sartre’s trilogy ‘The Age of Reason’
Never too early to start them on scifi