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Posted: 19/11/2012 at 16:08

But Ivy sneaks around the back
And clambers up the wall
She clings there until pantless man
Arrives to break her fall.

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Posted: 19/11/2012 at 15:39

Jeff! - It was the G that confused me.

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Posted: 19/11/2012 at 15:38

Holly follows Ivy
The curtains twitch some more
But, no she goes past 22
And in to 24.

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Posted: 19/11/2012 at 15:30

:- D :- D Dean and Geoff and Becks. Wasn't there someone famous-ish called Geoff Becks? or was it Geoff Dean?



Or maybe Dean Beck?????

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Posted: 19/11/2012 at 15:24

At the rising of the sun
I looked across the road (y)
Saw a bloke with no underpants
I think his dog's called Cod(y)

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Posted: 19/11/2012 at 15:22

The holly and the ivy
Is all that I can grow,
And brambles ramble everywhere -
A tale of woe from Flo.

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Posted: 19/11/2012 at 15:18

Yes, all my own work. I call it the St Andrew's Day Carol, so it's come out 11 days early.

I've always enjoyed inventing silly rhymes and pomes :- )

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Posted: 19/11/2012 at 14:49

Here's one I prepared earlier

God rest you merry gentlefolk,
But actually not yet -
There's cards to write and stamps to buy
And presents still to get.
Oh thank the lord for VISA cards, cos they put off the debt.
*Oh a tiepin for uncle Leroy*, Uncle Leroy (rep. from * to *)

In August and September
The Christmas goods arrive
And unto shopping centres
The Organised do drive
Buy everything upon the list and still get home by five.
Oh a twinset for Great Auntie Joy... (you know what to do)

Buy turkey for the freezer
Ingredients for pud
Stock up on crisps and Twiglets
And suchlike party food.
Ah, better buy a tree straightway while they're still looking good.
And get tinsel that fire won't destroy ....

Hear carols in the precinct
See Santa in his grot
Look out for stocking fillers -
Ten quid should buy the lot.
And, yea, an Advent Calendat must never be forgot -
With daily chocs for each girl and boy ....

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Posted: 19/11/2012 at 14:33

Rustling! hahahahahahahahaha

I've done jury service once. The first case was open and shut, the defendant had been seen committing the (relatively minor) crime and identified by two policemen and all was proceeding as it should but then the judge dismissed it because someone hadn't filled in a bit of paperwork correctly!!!!!  The second case we got through but I can't remember much about it apart from the fact that one of the lawyers present was about to go on holiday and was just anxious to get through it so he could leave. My abiding memory of the experience is with late starts, early finishes and red tape the whole thing is the most incredibly wasteful use of money that I have ever encountered.


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Posted: 19/11/2012 at 11:21

Morning again.

Windy dog walk, Maisie-moo trying to chase the fluttering leaves all the way to the sports field.Chickens look very ruffled but are enjoying scratching over the piece of ground I dug yesterday.

Becks, it's nice to have an excuse to play games and do colouring sometimes! I enjoy my Aunty days when my 9 year old niece comes over.

Bjay, I think your cold must have transferred cyberetically, I am sneezing and snuffling today. And I though my anti-virus was up to date ;- )

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