So, who wants to help ... to cower in the cellar?


#4082

Those polyandrous Dunnocks. I don’t know - this w#rks against their objective, I imagine.

I managed to find a smigden of Aldi gin, to enliven my evening. This proves that a period of essential abstinence is useful.

Soo xx


#4083

Names and addresses, Twellers, please.
I feel the urge to broaden their minds with some Art.


#4084

Incorrigible and encourageable, Gus? You izz a person of mystery < thatizz prolly the gin talking.
Soo xx


#4085

Art and then Hurling. Just in case they were feeling homesick, dere.
You might feel the need of Further Gin at this point.
Gxxxx


#4086

This might be the case, Gus.

But, I don’t have any.

ETA that I’m off to bed. Platitudes must be prepared for our visit to Auntie Joan (best accomplished at 02.00) and she won’t be the least bit impressed. Should I say that it’s all shoite? No - that would be utterly terrible.

Soo xx


#4087

I am quite sure Auntie Joan could cope with an observation along those lines, dere Bee. If she disagrees, do you have EPA or anything?


#4088

Oof

Have been drinking Wine with NDN, her half-sister & a friend

I have ordered them a dozen bottles which will be delivered tomorrow morning

My Wine is delivered, everyone else has to fetch theirs…

Headache has gorn, Thank God , but I think hat an Medicinal Summat may be in order

Just in case…

Carinthia.xx


#4089

Nope. She’s as sharp azza tack and I can’t spare the time. You’d need to meet her. Mr Bee adores her because of her humour and love of life. We’ll take some Choco Liebnitz (sp?) bickies.

Soo xx


#4090

Sleep well, Carinthia.
Soo xx (otb)


#4091

Gin, Soo

Carinthia in Awning on Waptop.xx


#4092

Three loud cheers for a Splendid Aunt. I still think the original observation that sprang to your mind is Fair Comment, and I hope your aunt would too.

Gxxxx


#4093

This is an EMERGENCY!
[flappity] [flappity] [flappity] [flappity] [flappity][flappity][flappity][flappity][flappity]

[pourity]

And orf to me nest.


#4094

Bacon butties on the table

Extra for a gin sparrer


#4095

It’s a hard life…

[happy peckity]

yardarm


#4096

Phew! Just had a narrow squeak. Had been over to neighbour’s to give the cat her medicine (little sod disappeared this morning and wouldn’t come in in before neighbour had to go Out) and as I was putting my own key into the front door, it broke - BEFORE it was fully in the lock, thank goodness. So, back in to neighbour’s house and lift the spare set of keys she keeps.
As I am going away tomorrow, she needs those back on the ‘Let not poor Patchface starve’ principle…
Have just spent a horribly depressing half an hour searching for Peter’s keys. No, they weren’t in the trusty rucksack I have never got around to emptying.

Anyway, found 'em now. As I said before, phew!


#4097

Phew indeed.

This sort of occasion was the reason I seem to be carrying two spare front door keys, plus there being two in a cupboard and I know where they are. Also one on a ring with each car key just in case.

Paranoid, moi?


#4098

None of which would have availed a Fish had a key broken IN the lock. Getting another spare done would have been a minor pest. Jamming the lock, a major and expensive embuggerance.


#4099

Yes, but it wasn’t broken in the lock, so that doesn’t apply.


#4100

It sort of does, Yer Fishness, because that was the ‘narrow squeak’. In my case, just now.


#4101

Fair enough. I worry more about losing keys (which I have done more than once) than breaking them (which so far cross fins I have never done).