Monthly Archives: December 2011

REALLY AWFUL BRAG


My eldest Gran Doter* took up as activity (The one with an A-Star stream) In first year college to air her proclivity For speech, in debating team; Her College she represented Against Southampton’s might, Plus others nearby centred, Including the … Continue reading

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A CHRISTMAS STORY (3)


    ‘They certainly are punctual!’ I agreed. ‘And, so many of them! Where do they all come from?’   ‘Oh, I suppose some come from Albert Park, and some from the alleys, and others from the yards and parking … Continue reading

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A CHRISTMAS STORY (2)


  In silence she led us across the railway lines, past the yacht club, and to an area which seemed to be filled with any number of yachts, tenders and dinghies which were resting on racks, trailers or dollies. Motioning me to set … Continue reading

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A CHRISTMAS STORY


  When I saw the latest side view theme I was immediately reminded of a short story I wrote long enough ago for it to exist only as a typed manuscript. It is one of the ones that added a … Continue reading

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REALLY AWFULLY POETICALLY INFLATED


Where on earth did they get the word, ‘flatulence’? It sounds like it makes you go flat, When, it fact, it’s that area that you sense Becoming all rounded and fat; This term they now need to re-think on, To … Continue reading

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DAILY WAIL


  – Today, (which was to say, Tuesday, but I’ve just discovered this post must have fallen out of the letterbox) still feeling like something the cat would have buried rather than drag in, I had to do an important delivery to ‘The … Continue reading

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REALLY AWFULLY SICKENING


A singer who tries for, but misses, top C, Should simply be sent home immediately – There’s no need to be More formality, Her sick-note’s already produced, you’ll agree?    I am slowly emerging from the depths of feeling as … Continue reading

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THERE’S SNOW BUSINESS LIKE SHOW BUSINESS – A BIT OF ALL WHITE!


    Denied access to State funding or State-funded or –assisted facilities, Durban’s KickstArt theatre production company do not match the ones who enjoy such advantages.      They consistently upstage them!      This is borne out by the way they … Continue reading

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GROSS NET LOSS


– Justin Kays all 1.47 of my fans (the other one is less than half-hearted) are wondering where I am at, my lice-ridden, gory, procreating, odiferous, female canine of a Telgaan* connection is allowing no photos, and one comment per hour – … Continue reading

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CLARENS AND THE GOLDEN GATE (1)


I was greeted upon return from our weekend trip with intermittent netlessness, so when this will be posted is problematical. Our second stayover in Clarens was, as before, far too short. It is an absolutely fascinating area. Set in the Rooiberge (Red Mountains) northwest … Continue reading

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