Life in the author's household in these new and trying times
Bugger! They’ve cottoned on to Dom's idea of getting everybody infected and then harvesting the blood of the survivors for a spiffing vaccine to protect our friends. Have to change modus operandi and find some other way to kill off the old and sick and improve my cash flow. I know they’re a lot of... Continue Reading →
You know the drill. You’re going about your life, everything seems to be going fine, and then suddenly bad things start to happen. I don’t mean “Car broke down right after I got laid off” bad things. I mean, “Dead bodies are piling up and there are all sorts of things slinking around in the... Continue Reading →
These loafers are made for walking in the heat of the Canaries. But why the picture of a Yorkshire signpost? Read on to find out.
Justice is a many faceted and shapeshifting virtue. I'm writing a series about my experiences and the unusual things I've seen... and done.
Oh so funny and oh so true!
The sucky bits- Part 3
In my pre children smug phase where I made a list of all the things that I definitely would not be doing as a parent, negotiating was right up there with ‘not watching too much TV’ and ‘only buying wooden toys’… All three are going swimmingly!
I’d see hassled looking parents frantically trying to persuade their children to put their trousers back on in the frozen food aisle of Morrisons by waving a Freddo frog under their nose and would vow that I would never buy into this back and forth of bartering, bribing and negotiating! It was going to be my way or the highway! I would be right- they would be wrong and they would do as I said! I was a nob!!
By 9am I have done more deals than a typical London Stock broker does in a career! There are days…
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