Saturday, 31 October 2015


No posts tomorrow
Long day in the hospital then Sams shift until 1 am
The Prof is on puppy watch/training
God help him

31 comments:

  1. Be well John, long day for you.

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  2. Well, write something now and set it to post automatically tomorrow and we will feel better .. you know, hearing from you every day .
    OK .. I will feel better.
    I hope the day goes easily and quickly for you.

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  3. The professor will fall in love, I predict.

    You have my pumpkin!

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  4. The pumpkin made me LOL! I am sure the Prof. will step up to the mark . . .

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  5. Defo doing that pumpkin next Halloween!

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  6. Had a laugh at that photo. Hope your big day goes well.

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  7. Our trick-or-treaters tonight are mostly zombies, John - I probably wouldn't have known if it weren't for your blog :) Thank you for that ...

    I hope you have an uneventful shift at work and another at the crisis line. And may the prof have the same with the pup!

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  8. god help jane. that eyebrow could constipate her.

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  9. Does Chris have a favorite ? Or does he love them all equally? :)

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  10. You didn't offer me chocolates when I knocked at your cottage door. So I have stolen your photo. ( Witches be bitches.)

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  11. Miss you, get some rest

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  12. Best pumpkin ever!

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  13. The Prof is about to discover that puppies don't hold academics in nearly as much awe as undergrads do!!! But he can pick up and cuddle Mary without and professional repercussions!!

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    1. Lewd rumours in Bangor suggest that he doesn't give a damn about repercussions Virginia.

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  14. I wonder if the owner of the pumpkin also has a Santa suit? I can just see him shouting 'Fuck off' to all the kids in Tesco.

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  15. Brilliant pumpkin :-)

    I wonder if little Mary will see Chris as leader of the pack and be on her best behaviour.

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  16. Wish I'd thought of doing that pumpkin when some tosser kicked ours to bits !

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  17. How long did it take you to carve that pumpkin lantern? Small Trelawnyd children in their flammable Halloween costumes may have been puzzled while trick or treating along your lane. "Mummy, what does 'Fuck off' mean?" Normally we give youngsters sweets.

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    1. I suspect John knows small Trelawnyd children better than you do Yorkshire Pud. Are not these two words often the first recognisable words uttered by the infants of North Wales?

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  18. I love the pumpkin message. Who decided we all had to take part in Trick or Treat in the first place? We had a couple of young lads round last night, saying they were "hit men". Their hit-men outfit consisted of shirts, ties and school jackets. They were about as frightening as Tinkerbelle.

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  19. I loathe everything about Hallowe'en, so that pumpkin sums up my views perfectly!
    Hope you recover quickly from work/Sams shift and that the Prof survived the onslaught of 'Mary's love'! X

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  20. My husband grew up in NYC a very long time ago. ( yes, he was 20 yrs older than I )
    He would tell me stories about Halloween and what the children did and what the Bad Boys did. I think it would have been so fun to be a bad boy back then :)

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  21. John - my birthday is on Hallowe'en - I hope that message is not meant for me!!!

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  22. Weaver, my mothers birthday is the Day After ... and she's no saint.

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  23. Love the pumpkin, gave me the much needed chuckle of the day.

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  24. Monday's post should be very interesting ;)

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  25. OMG. I love that pumpkin. That pretty much reflects my attitude toward trick-or-treaters.

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  26. That pumpkin is awesome!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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