"I'll admit I may have seen better days,
but I'm still not to be had for the price of a cocktail,
like a salted
Eee that made me chuckle .. bumped into our local tranny in the charity shop the other day, he/she doesn't give two flipping monkeys about the way he dresses... bright red wig, fish nets, leather jacket and heels, complete with beard and no false teeth LOL x
I know I shouldn't laugh but.....I will anyway!
That's awful, John. You don't your orientation or Mr Muscle thrown into the equation to land in a ditch.U
As long as no one got hurt in either the cleaning or the ditch rodeo.
Hopefully there were no casualties!!
Somehow your little slice of fun and demented heaven missed being turned into a brilliant series on television. And that is okay. I would rather get it from your perspective than some studio big shot who would set it up as to how he "thinks" village life should be in Wales.
I think it was the Cilit.....wait for it.........it wnet with a bang!Don't use the stuff, just watch the adverts and turn the sound down, otherwise my tv would get smashed when the bloke comes on to do the advert! Anyone else want to smash his head in?
Oh TYPO! Should have read, went, not wnet!
Heading home from the pub!
John,Hey what every tickles one's fancy!!!If that means attempting spring cleaning so be it ;-)
In January? In Wales? As they say, 'hope Springs eternal!' ;-)
More power to him :)
if it was a dyson he could claim the cyclone put the other person in the ditch as he passed... p.s. why is that person still sitting on the motor scooter? why isn't anyone helping them out
The bloke on the left is laughing too much to help. John - I am ashamed of you! (not)
A man after my own heart!
Where there's a will there's a way. Gordon may be a tad eccentric, but he has a great attitude towards life. I do hope he's careful with such a front heavy load. Good chance he could flip himself, arse over tea kettle, over the handlebars.
If it was in Cambridge one of those guys would be writing out a parking ticket.
I agree. Hope everyone was okay!
I hope he vacuumed all the roads.Love,Janie
Would he like to tootle on down here & clean my house too ? Only problem is, Dillon is afraid of mobility scooters & vacuum cleaners !
Love the photo. I contemplate a mobility scooter so that I can go a bit further down the lane - and would certainly have a large sign pinned on the back of mine saying "SOUND YOUR HORN. I AM HARD OF HEARING.
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