a blog of blether & grooves 2006-13
Now THAT'S what I call a start-up.Lovely erection too.Welcome home. Get that kettle on, dirty washing sorted, mail opened, emails deleted, plants watered, Francis Drake special edition collector's plate dusted.It's that feeling in your gut when it's back to work on Monday.
No cheques in the smail mail and spam in the e. Plants OK (torrential rain during absence). Knicks in the spin dry. London Pride in the belly. Sir Richard, thou mayest bring on the automne.
Nice video. Did you ever get your name read out on Gus Honeybun's birthdays?
Sadly, no. But I always imagined some of those bunny hops were for me anyway. You?
Me neither. I always liked it when he ran off screen to turn the lights out and 'scare' the presenter. I just had a quick look and there are loads of clips on YouTube. They set him free in 1992.
"An awful lot of people have had 'a hand' in your success" Brilliant! Ruth Langsford!
That would make me bunnyhop!!!! I didn't realise that was Ruth til I read your reply. We love her in this house. Far to good for that Irish chap.
I used to serve the lovely Ruth when I worked at Our Price in Plymouth. A smashing gal who I fancied like mad.
So what did top regional TV presenter Ruth buy in Plymouth Our Price in the early 80s I wonder? Bet it was Phil Collins.
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