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Discussion in 'General Chat' started by Withnail, Sep 14, 2012.
Who is the Rev Wilding?
I havent seen Songs of Praise for a good while now
"Songs of praise", the pious people and their love children on show!
Paula Yates, Hughie Green, and "the Bishop"
I loved that show after that.
It was actually yesterday, I saw Neon Jay in Sainsburys, had a hat on so he'd tamed the curls some what. We were at the self service till as he walked up to the kiosk. Didn't shout out to him, i'm a lady and dunna do that sort of thing
RAV Wilding http://www.ravwilding.co.uk Tv presenter on the magic lantern in the corner of my room, on such things as crimewatch and helicopter heros, an all round good egg for letting us have a picture
..a sign that said:-
Help keep this hospital clean. Please do not stick chewing gum to the furniture.
No, Stafford. Outside the X-ray..
I'm sure if it was a problem we'd have an inquiry.
Judge Wrigley to preside?
If it was a sign at 'The Nock Hospital' it would have said -
Doe be a nob. Chairs aye fu stickin ya chouwing gum on am they. Many thanks for your kind assistance.
The worst bit of parking yet:
This site records parking of less-than-perfect standards - http://yplac.com/
Actually, it was last night, but I've just remembered - two chaps riding bikes with a red light at the front and a white light at the rear.
A greedy glint was in his eyes,
Saliva lined his lips,
Forsooth the man could not disguise
His lust for Em L's baps.
Undertaking a chutney workshop.
As for the bap,
With my tongue, I did lap,
There was much succulence,
Despite my truculence,
I shall be back next week,
For another peek....
And where was this chutney workshop? There was one at the college but that was Saturday IIRC.
Outside the Oddfellows, at the Craft & Vintage Market - http://www.staffordforum.com/xf/ind...ford-craft-and-vintage-market-stafford.10155/ - though, perhaps more of a presentation than a workshop..
Today, I have been to the Crematorium and noticed two things.
In the apex of the chapel roof there is a smoke alarm.
In the foyer there is a sign pointing out that they have a defibrillator available.
Too little too late I fear.
A real person, shopping, in pyjamas, dressing gown and slippers. I was worried that she might be ill or confused but apparently she was just shopping.