Went to this outdoor choral event at Hampton Court. Well, it was just amazing.
“I can eat more than you any day”, Tom scoffed.
“My girlfriend got stuck to the chair”, said Tom gloomily.
I’m always around you
But never seen.
What am I?
Q. Dear Auntie,
What’s the best way to organise a wedding in space?
A. Dear Jane
Q. What do you call the monastery police?
A. Force of habit!
How many tickles would an octopus give you?
"The fish and chips shop's shut"
To get away from the chicken!
I was not waiting but daydreaming.
Why did the birdspotter cross the road?
To get to the other hide!
I finally joined the Clockmaker’s Guild. It’s about time.
I love books. Nowadays of course most of my reading is done on a screen but a beautifully printed and bound physical book has a magic that electronic editions cannot match. Here are some interesting books I found in my study and posed for a phtograph.
“I admire your horse-drawn cab” said Tom handsomely.
Folk Singer Woody Guthrie’s New Years Resolutions from 1943. We can all identify with some of these.
Our motto is “‘Ketchup’ on all the sauces you've missed”.
Orc swords twisted into puzzling form? (9)
I recently discovered the wonderful Guardian Crossword Blog and there I read this astonishing 1982 tour-de-force from the legendary Guardian crossword setter “Araucaria”. The clue was
O hark the herald angels sing the Boy’s descent which lifted up the world (anag), and in what circumstances (5,9,7,5,6,2,5,3,6,2,3,6)
The solution occupied 9 of the down lights (See 2, See 2 etc.) and may be the longest anagram ever to appear in a mainstream crossword puzzle. Hats off to Araucaria!
Sue Doyle and Niven Brawn.
Sue Doyle and Niven Brawn who?
Sue Doyle acquaintance be forgot and Niven Brawn to mind!
What do you call a cheese with nothing to interest it?
A cheese bored!
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