Tag Archives: Humour

Of pubs – and Covent Garden – and backstage – and first love….

I’ve just entered a new short story in a competition and for it delved into memories of very early days working backstage in London’s West End. I am actually old enough to remember the old Covent Garden when it was a fruit, … Continue reading

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CHAV VALLEY – taster

Comments not just invited but welcomed… ALYSOUN’S STORY Once upon a time, in a far off land, there lived a king and queen who thought of nothing but having fun. The Queen was one of three sisters whom she never … Continue reading

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Hooray! Finally a THREE star Amazon review for TWR.

At least no-one will accuse them of being my friend… 3.0 out of 5 stars This book was recommended read for our book club, 16 Nov 2014 – By Mr J P Thallon This review is from: Terrible With Raisins … Continue reading

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Stand up against austerity!

Last week we went to the Hammersmith Apollo (or whatever it’s called now) and saw a fantastic evening of stand-up in support of the People’s Assembly. Brilliant line-up – Jason Manford, Mark Steel, Shappi Korsandi, Stewart Lee, Francesca Martinez, Jeremy … Continue reading

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Dive-an-Izoo – the lost stanzas – 59 and 60

59 The eldest girl has brought to life two offspring with no father And does she set a role model for these two mites? Yes! Rather! They know the Anglo Saxon terms for sexual reproduction But cannot grasp their ABC … Continue reading

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The Ballad of Dive-an-Izoo – the lost stanzas

Discovered deep in the dusty, cobwebbed psyche of an ancient tribe of nice people… more to come as soon as they are translated from the Old Sort of English Stanza 19 … Dive throws out cans and bottles late, when … Continue reading

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The Ballad of Dive ‘n Izoo

Dive, our grumpy neighbour loathes my partner, also me From his baldy head to trainered feet he hates us violently. He has a tale to tell the wurr-wd in semi-human grunts Of endless wrongs what’s done to him by next … Continue reading

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