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a feeling of de ja vu -...
I only read the Sunday Times, and then only the style mag....I am completely oblivious what goes on around me.
You're Vicus really, aren't you? Go on, admit it!
Ziggi: And double vision ... an awkward mix.Sarah: The Sunday Times Style Mag is my bible for snappy dressing and skiwear.Christopher: He appears to be masquerading as someone half my age.
Hello, Rog's mum, I hope you're much better now.I'm trying to imagine what it feels like being Rog's mum. I am failing in the attempt. I'm sure it's lovely,though.
LMAO! Very funny. Of course I have not seen it -- how would I? We don't have Daily Mail in our backwoods. What a pity.Hope your Mum gets well soon, Rog.
My mum used to read the Mirror until my evil stepdad poisoned her mind.Now she's always winding me up.
I haven't looked in the Mirror since I stopped shaving.
Z: Thanks Z! She's in the Norfolk 'n Finance but gets out at the weekend after a pretty incredible turn-round. I think you would need a VERY vivid imagination to conjour up my mother!Elizabeth: Thanks to you too. I imagine the Daily Mail is somewhere slightly to the right of Fox News, (which I assume is all about hunting with hounds) :-)Geoff: I remember a recent comic saying "I have no truck with racists and xenophobes - obviously not unless I'm going home to my parents for Christma"
Dave: That must be your Mail hormones coming out.
PS Anyone seen Kaz? Do we need to say anything to the Police yet?
Excellent!What's not so excellent is that we've got less than a month before the Daily Mail wins the election.
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