Palaisglide


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Strictly is back!

Posted: 14/10/2016 at 10:12

The boy left for his own reasons and so be it. Joanne worked some bits of the film into the Choreography which you would expect, I thought it cleverly touched the edges of the film and the whole brilliant.


We move on and I for one have no favourite dancers as yet, cannot even guess at who will be out this week. I am unexpectedly enjoying the show from the beginning something that has not happened other years, Saturday I will sit back in my chair and let it flow over me like warm chocolate, lovely.


Frank.


"Oops" giving secrets away there.

What is your weather like? (2)

Posted: 14/10/2016 at 10:01

Traveled in early years through historic lands


Found in reality they were not so grand


Landed back in Elysian fields of green


Not arid and dangerous as where I had been


Had thoughts of going to southern continents


Green England won where I am surely content


This Nation Sun Rain Seasons and balmy clime


Is where I wish to end my time.


That Joyce is something you learn after spending years abroad as against a couple of weeks holiday, there's no place like home, they should write a song about it.


Frank.


PS is still hissing it down.

Last edited: 14 October 2016 10:02:08

What is your weather like? (2)

Posted: 14/10/2016 at 09:20

Stockton imagine me as Ko-Ko singing.


"The flowers that bloom in the spring tra la, have nothing to do with the case.


The rain is a tangible thing tra la,


and falling at quite a fast pace, tra la


And falling at quite a fast pace,


That's what I mean when I say and I sing


Oh bring on the flowers that bloom in the spring,


Tra la la la la


Tra la la la la


Bring on the flowers that bloom in the spring.


With apologies to Gilbert and Sullivan.


Frank.

Nice gesture but maybe more?

Posted: 12/10/2016 at 10:36

Joyce glad to be of service.


Frank

What is your weather like? (2)

Posted: 12/10/2016 at 10:33

"I see rain drops falling from the sky, B@@@@@ one hit me right in the eye, why can't they just go on passing me by, I wonder why I wonder why.


The North wind blows across the cold North Sea, bringing all this rain to me, I think I'll move to sunny Italy and nice blue sky I wonder why".


Stockton back to normal and apologies to the song writer.


Frank.

Nice gesture but maybe more?

Posted: 12/10/2016 at 10:23

Joyce, no we are sitting whilst granny Smith does her how to peel an apple dance on the pole. Imagine one of those magic apple pealing machines buzzing round at high speed, you end up with the core or should that be "Caw", the hard part is trying to stuff the old white fivers down past her Stays, those Whale bones hurt your fingers. The do serve very strong Bovril to keep us awake till Dawns early light when we race off on our pension mobiles flat out at 8MPH rousing the sleeping neighbours. When you stop having fun book your ticket for Switzerland.


Frank.

Strictly is back!

Posted: 12/10/2016 at 10:05

Some of today's so called "Celebs" seem very fragile compared with the old style "Stars" who had steel backbones. The papers are saying (guessing) it was the fracas with Len, it did rather surprise me when he opened up and Len did give him that look. Most of us know you take it on the chin and come back with a better performance, there is no gain arguing with judges. In two years of dancing my granddaughter came up against one judge who marked her well down as against her normal markings, my Daughter was not happy we told her go with it, that judge would have her own opinions and as it happened she never came back and the markings went back to normal for her. What ever the reason we are all allowed our own opinions and I would not questions others opinions as I hope they would not question mine. I was rather glad he went.


Frank.

Nice gesture but maybe more?

Posted: 12/10/2016 at 09:47

Sorry for the misprint "M&B" it should have been "M&V" meat and vegetables although it normally got called "M&D" meat and Diarrhea, looked and tasted like it. Bacon and egg in a tin was called "B&BP" because cooking it by opening the tin and warming it in hot water it looked exactly like bacon and baby poo. Water was rationed so when I was dedicated section cook for the day (quite often because I could cook) I opened the tins rescued the bacon and fried it in olive oil heating the egg with some of my magic spice box separately, the result was instead of cooking for 25 it would end up as most of the unit, well there would always be some eat the food cold straight from the tin. The mistake was it being late and I was rushing out for the all night pensioners Pole Dancing club, believe that if you will.


Frank.

Strictly is back!

Posted: 11/10/2016 at 22:34

I am with Obelixx, he knew what he signed up for, will he hand back the £50,000 of our money he got. I got the impression he did not like the training, long sessions of hard work, nor the comments from the Judges. Karen must be gutted.


Frank.

Nice gesture but maybe more?

Posted: 11/10/2016 at 22:22

I once fell into a deep trance, "err" or was that trench??? it was after many Stella Beers and the lads had voted I was the most sober and should carry the pot plates we had half inched from the Sergeants mess, shush do not tell them it was us. Any way to cut a long fall "err" story very short I ended up base over apex in what could well have been the residue from many curries although it was supposedly a tank trap. The result was me being sent to Coventry for breaking the plates although it could well have been the smell of my newly acquired after shave and them having to eat their bully once more from the aluminum mess tins, we had two and your tea went on one so the other had the bully, or kippers, or the M&B complete with duff and custard, hungry lads got used to it in time, any way Stella Beer brewed in Cairo anethetised your tongue so it mattered not. Happy days. Beware of trances or is that trenches.


Frank.

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