Just A Thought: EastEnders Update


So Phil’s fallen out with his mother and Danielle’s deaded up and Stacey’s been talking to a hole – and that’s supposed to be a cemetery in Telford, is it? Funny, because it looks suspiciously like the cemetery they buried wee-faced Jamie (Sonia’s squeeze) in back in the day.

And how are we to know that Danielle’s dad’s house in Telford is in Telford? For all we know it could be a shitty ‘60s semi in a London suburb. We’re not to know it’s actually Telford as there’s no sign saying ‘WELCOME TO TELFORD, THIS IS ACTUALLY TELFORD’.

And Phil’s overslept and missed Shirley the corpse’s cold meat buffet where Josie Laurence has got on fat Heather’s nerves by being with Minty, and isn’t Dawn looking lovely? What’s she doing with Garry?

And I don’t trust that 1940s granddaughter of Dot’s because she’s up to something, the shifty little bitch. I know Ricky’s boy Liam’s a bit thick but, as Pat says, he’s no liar and Dottie’s turning out to be a chip off the old block. A chip off Nick – and where’s he gone, eh?

And Archie’s evil schemes worked out well, didn’t they? What with buggering up Ronnie’s life – and hasn’t she got a lovely bone-structure? I would as long as the wife didn’t find out, like. He did well there, losing his wife and getting bundled into a van and I missed Friday’s and Monday’s episodes so I don’t know if he’s dead or not. Is he dead? Archie, I mean. If he is dead, what the hell was all that about? Talk about hidden agenda.

Meanwhile Janine’s feeling the strain after running over Danielle, don’t know why she’s so cut up, she didn’t bat an eyelid when she murdered Barry. And how come Pat still speaks to her because she knows Janine murdered Barry and you’d have thunk she’d never speak to the woman again, wouldn’t you? I mean, if my son-in-law had been killed up in Scotland by my step-daughter I wouldn’t give her the time of day never mind inviting her on a holiday to Paris that all went tits-up when it turned out she’d been stealing off of Peggy to fit up Jay.

Mind you, the way people treat each other on the square’s weird what with banning somebody from the pub / the shop / the curry house / the beauty parlour one minute and letting ‘em back in the next and … WHAT THE HELL AM I DOING STILL WATCHING THIS SHOW?

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153 Responses to “Just A Thought: EastEnders Update”

  1. myopiniononstuff Says:

    Get yourself involved in Emmerdale, Napoleon.

  2. ugeine Says:

    I wouldn’t know, I can’t stand it. I think Eastenders may be too subtle for me to understand properly.

  3. Swineshead Says:

    Still smarting from the slight, eh? Must’ve been an accurate blow, Ugeine m’boy…

  4. indy Says:

    no mention of the credit crunch in east enders?

  5. indy Says:

    eastenders, of course.

  6. Napoleon Says:

    Indy – Ian’s been a victim of the Big CC. And I think Stacey’s getting thinner. I would, despite m’self.


  7. myopiniononstuff Says:

    I won’t watch an soap opera if I can recreate the opening sequence using Google Maps. And they haven’t updated it in a decade – do EastEnders still prize the O2 Arena? Should Corrie start with a shot of the MEN Arena? Londoners are so backwards and talk funny.

  8. Napoleon Says:

    The O2 arena? What’s this guff? THE MILLENNIUM DOME, Dave. Never let the bastards forget! NEVER!

  9. myopiniononstuff Says:

    The Millenium Dome failed on its arse, despite the whining of Peter Mandelson. It’s an arena for popular music and the odd sporting event now…like a much bigger but much more inconvenient version of any arena in any major town or city in the country.

  10. breeks Says:

    no idea why you’re all still watching this shit when there’s lesbian stuff happening in home and away, yeah.

  11. piqued Says:

    Good Mornanoon

    Is Bouncer still in this one?

  12. ugeine Says:

    I’m staggering dizzy like a drunken boxer, SH.

  13. Napoleon Says:

    Breeks – There’s lesbian stuff with actual tits, bums and fannies on the internet. Who still watches TV for their female homosexual titillation jollies? I’ll tell you – the broadbandless poor.

  14. Swineshead Says:

    ‘Punch-drunk’ is the term, oh small minded one.

  15. Who Says:

    Of course it was really Telford! A real Telford house and a real Telford cemetery! In Telford! They wouldn’t lie to us, would they?

  16. Napoleon Says:

    Are you sure it was Telford?

  17. piqued Says:

    Anyone recall that ‘I’ve been looking for you all over Telford’ ad which featured some fucking iron bridge they’d nicked from Cumbria or somewhere?

  18. myopiniononstuff Says:

    The place I used to live in Salford was on telly last night. I was really excited until I realised the show’s about druggy scum that decide to run away from home.

    Establishing shots depicting places you’ve lived aren’t always used for soaps. Please believe that.

  19. Napoleon Says:

    I didn’t know they’d nicked Ironbridge’s iron bridge from Cumbria. It is the iron bridge at Ironbridge you’re on about, isn’t it?

  20. piqued Says:

    I’m eating a Mars bar at present, left over from Easter. It doesn’t say ‘A Mars a day helps you work rest and play,’ anymore which is a credit to the advertising standards authority when the reality is they make you help you to feel nauseous, make you fat and clog up your arteries.

  21. piqued Says:

    Cumbria, Shumbria, all I know is they nicked some fucking bridge to give the shithole ‘history’

  22. ugeine Says:

    I’m aware of the term ‘punch drunk’ SH, cheers. However, I am a small minded idiot, so if there’s any phrases you think I might not be aware of continue to type them out for my benefit. Me and Dave could get together after work tonight and ask his mum to explain out the ones with hard words in.

  23. myopiniononstuff Says:

    http://www.telfordsites.co.uk/telford/ibridges.html <<<what are they?

  24. Napoleon Says:

    It was built in the ’60s, wasn’t it?

  25. Napoleon Says:

    Ironbridge isn’t really Telford though, is it? They sort of tacked Telford onto it when they built the hideous place, didn’t they?

  26. Who Says:

    I remember the ‘come and live in Telford, it’s brilliant’ advert from the 80’s. With the bridge and everything. I wished I had taken notice of it now, at least I would be able to go and weep at Danielle’s grave whenever I wanted.

  27. myopiniononstuff Says:

    You always do this, Ugeine. Each time you get found out as a plonker you the issue by using somebody elses comedic observations of me.

    And one thirds of young men live at home, according to BBC News.

  28. piqued Says:

    Fuck Telford, fuck the bridge and fuck where’s my stapler

  29. Mel Says:

    Nappers, so why are you watching it then? that was not so much just a thought as it was just a stream of consciousness

  30. piqued Says:

    ‘And one third[s] of young men live at home, according to BBC News’*

    *under the age of 16

  31. myopiniononstuff Says:

    Damn you, Piqued. Eh?

    It’s between the ages of 20 and 34, giving me over a decade before it gets weird.

  32. Napoleon Says:

    Mel – I’ve been watching EastEnders since it started, and I ain’t stopping now. I’ll be watching the bastard to my grave – Queen Vic five-a-side football teams and all.

  33. Swineshead Says:

    Ug – Are you employing sarcasm?

  34. Mr H Says:

    They nicked the bridge from Shrewsbury. Which seems fair enough. It was Shrewsbury after all.

  35. Who Says:

    Ug and Dave, play nicely. Or I’ll have to get in between you. Naked. Don’t say you ain’t been warned.

  36. Napoleon Says:

    People living with their mother at 34? If you’re still up to that caper at that age, there’s absolutely no doubt in my mind that you abuse children.

  37. ugeine Says:

    Dave: You give as good as you get, you know that.

  38. indy Says:

    i am reading the first of one the red riding books right now (1974). it’s very unpleasant. can anyone who has both read and watched the tv series that can confirm whether it is equally unpleasant?

  39. myopiniononstuff Says:

    I can, Indy. A wolf dresses up as a granny and tries to eat her all alive.

  40. Napoleon Says:

    Mr. H – It says in Dave’s link that the original iron bridge at Iron Bridge was made in the 1770s (or 1700s, as Piqued would say). Where’s it say it was nicked from Shrewsbury?

    (If it does, my apologies. I couldn’t be arsed to read the whole page.)

  41. Mr H Says:

    You mean there was more than one Red Riding book? I only know the one with the unsupervised child, a wolf and a pensioner left to die, thanks to a lack of social services cover.

  42. piqued Says:

    ‘Damn you, Piqued. Eh?

    It’s between the ages of 20 and 34, giving me over a decade before it gets weird.’

    It’s not ‘weird’ to be living at home at 24 in this day and age, Dave. I don’t know why you’re making so many excuses for yourself.


  43. ugeine Says:

    You’d have to explain that word to me first, SH.

  44. piqued Says:

    Indy, I can, you’ll love it.

  45. Napoleon Says:

    It is weird to still be living at home at 24. Get a job and rent a house, you skirt-clinging PAEDO.

  46. myopiniononstuff Says:

    It’s not weird but it would be weird to consider it a norm.

    I’ve spent five years living on my own so coming back to my folks for the last two months, sharing a tiny centuries old cottage, is weird…


    *runs off to room in a temper*

  47. Mel Says:

    Ug, which word, employing or sarcasm?

  48. Mr H Says:

    The Iron Bridge is still at Ironbridge.

    The cheating bandits at Telford want you to think they’ve got that one, but they’ve actually got one built by Thomas Telford in 1818 to span a river at Cound near Shrewsbury.

    A bit like that London Bridge / Tower Bridge thing that fooled the colonials.

  49. Mr H Says:

    I left school and home at 16, got a job, rented a flat and BECAME A MAN!

    Unlike all these nappy wearing, thumbsucking bastards of today.

  50. breeks Says:

    naps – them and others.

  51. Napoleon Says:

    Mr. H – I see. I didn’t get to the Cound bridge bit. The pack of lying, Telford bastards. They should have that shithole new town of theirs torn down, and rammed up their fucking arseholes.

  52. Nick of the T Says:

    Piqued re your new Mars slogan, doesn’t quite scan as well but could be a goer.
    Naps, try The Archers…tis very good at the moment. Gangsters, pigs and mysterious daughters of ex partner who did away with himself with a shotgun.
    AND EDDY GRUNDY FFS http://image.allmusic.com/00/amg/cov200/drh900/h990/h99024thged.jpg

  53. piqued Says:

    Let’s get them Telford WANKERS!

    *picks up tiny hoe*

  54. Napoleon Says:

    Breeks – Like who? Surely nobody with broadband needs to watch pretend, tops-on lesbianism on their TVs, when they can watch pretend, tops-off lesbianism on their computers? It’s only the idle poor that have to get their kicks watching fully-clothed lesbians on TV, surely?

  55. Mr H Says:

    Actually Mr Perry, I don’t ever click on Daves links, as I’m convinced they lead to illegal and / or questionable websites, which would keep the police busy with their Kleenex for quite some time.

    That was what we called, in the old days, education.

    Teachers taught us stuff and we learnt it. The youngsters around here won’t have heard of it, but despite my alcoholism and alzheimers, I can still dredge stuff up now and then.

  56. indy Says:

    piqued: i just can see how anyone is able to film the last chapters of it. poor dunford gets a proper tom and jerry treatment and is still wandering around in miserable leeds.

  57. ugeine Says:

    Several of my friends my age live with their folks.

  58. Nick of the T Says:

    And for any dear reader who, like my self, was a little puzzled at Nap’s description of The Boat That Rocked

    mawk·ish (môksh)
    1. Excessively and objectionably sentimental.
    2. Sickening or insipid in taste.

    I still liked it…

  59. Napoleon Says:

    Nick – I’m not listening to stinking talk radio, Grandad. It’s not World War II.

  60. Nick of the T Says:

    You can listen to the radio on television nowadays, so the young folk tell me.
    All these new things…..

  61. myopiniononstuff Says:

    Nick…to understand you definition of Mawkish I had to look up the definitions of excessively, objectionably, sentimental and, most of all, insipid, and they in turn lead to an endless tree of clever words to explain clever words.


  62. Napoleon Says:

    Nick – The Boat That Rocked is written for the sort of person who says words like ‘ninny’ and ‘gosh’. The sort of arse who owns copies of Mamma Mia!, Shirley Valentine, Calendar Girls and the complete series of The Vicar of Dibley on DVD.

  63. piqued Says:

    It’s pretty fractious in here today, as some middle-England tub-thumper would say after seeing some achingly dull nature series on Points of View, ‘More of the same please.’

  64. Napoleon Says:

    *eats Caramac*

  65. piqued Says:

    *slaps caramac out of NC’s mouth*

    *does a wee on it*

    Yeah, YEAH

    *runs off*

  66. Napoleon Says:

    You TWAT!

    *pulls out another Caramac*
    *eats entire Caramac*

  67. piqued Says:

    Bet you feel pike-sick now right?

  68. Mel Says:

    I think it must be all of the sugar they are having…

  69. breeks Says:

    naps – titty-lation, innit.

  70. breeks Says:

    anyone watch that horsey programme last night with alex-hand-rah tolstoy?

    i did.

    i like horses.

  71. Napoleon Says:

    Actually, my Caramac-induced sugar rush has got the creative juices flowing. I reckon, right, that seeing as cars are made for blokes, they should advertise them with a woman in a bikini (or tits-out, I’m easy) sprawled provocatively over the bonnet. Not one of these ‘real women’ that fat, ugly and above all jealous women keep banging on about, but one of those sexy ‘unreal women’ you see in magazines with their tits and bums and nice teeth and whatnot. I’d buy a car advertised in this way.

  72. Mel Says:

    you wont get any sense out of them breeks, they all seem to be on some kind of caramac bender

  73. breeks Says:

    caramac is a bad word. i don’t like how it looks.

    i am avoiding sugar, it seems. i am mainlining apples and the odd banana and i reckon i’m a toot away from self propulsion.

  74. Napoleon Says:

    Breeks – I didn’t watch that horses programme. By any chance, did any of the horses feature a naked woman on their backs?

    *poises over iPlayer controls*

  75. Mel Says:

    Breeks, i saw about 10 minutes of that, but the BF made me turn it over when the foetuses were shown. She was very annoying in a posh twit kind of a way.
    Caramac is a bad word, and doesn’t taste nice either.

    NC – it did show impregnation, but it was the horse that was unclothed

  76. Napoleon Says:

    *shuts iPlayer down*

  77. breeks Says:

    there was a lot of horsey ‘gina, that’s for sure, but nothing i’ve not seen before.

    i grew up looking at horses’ dicks, you see.

  78. Napoleon Says:

    *opens up iPlayer again*

  79. piqued Says:

    ‘i grew up looking at a horses’ dick, you see.’

    Me too baby, me too

  80. breeks Says:

    piqued – you changed my quote and did it with an apostrophe error. shame.

  81. Napoleon Says:

    I bet Spender didn’t waste his youth looking at horses’ cocks. Being from Newcastle, he’d have spent his youth looking at ignorance and despair, and learning a valuable lesson about life ‘n’ stuff.

  82. Napoleon Says:

    Breeks – That’s because the humble apostrophe is a mysterious and alien thing to Piqued. You have read his blog, I take it? Sorry, ‘hi’s blog’?

  83. breeks Says:

    i have, although not for a couple of weeks; i like to leave it a while between travelogues about the black bitch and gour-mette meals. i shall revisit soon.


  84. piqued Says:

    Dont’ listesn to N,C any1

  85. Napoleon Says:

    You haven’t read it in two weeks? So you don’t know he’s taken up buggery, then?

  86. Mel Says:

    What’s all this ‘taken up’ nonsense? Have you not noticed that piqued has a complete obsession with penii – more so than any other man, which is saying something. He is always trying to shove it into places that it just does not belong.

  87. piqued Says:

    Come on NC, only bit… and I’ve not pushed back yet

  88. piqued Says:

    *is trying to force helmet into tap*


  89. Napoleon Says:

    Mel – Ah, but Piqued has now taken up buggery as a profession. It’s all there, in eye-straining white writing on a black background on his blog. I think he’s a dirty man.

  90. Mel Says:

    Hmm, this smells a bit viral to me…

    Is he paying you to pimp his blog?

  91. Napoleon Says:

    There’s only one thing that smells a bit viral round here:

    Piqued’s unmentionables.

  92. Mel Says:

    Nappers, let’s never mention them again.

    No Clarry today? I hope she is on holiday, and not that her computer has brokuned again.

  93. myopiniononstuff Says:

    I’ve just had some tomato soup that I made all by myself using tinned tomatoes and a blender. All I did was add a little milk, butter, salt, pepper and basil…

    It didn’t taste right at all.

  94. Mel Says:

    Not bloody surprised at that one Dave.

  95. Napoleon Says:

    I thought you needed cream to make tomato soup? I could be wrong, as I’ve never made soup in my life.

  96. piqued Says:

    Mel, your last mail implies you see this activity as some sort of advertisement for my blog.

    I’m surprised and disappointed.

  97. myopiniononstuff Says:

    I had no cream. Just because you co-presented light lunch in the nineties does not give you the right to judge me on my soup!

  98. piqued Says:

    ‘I’ve just had some tomato soup that I made all by myself using tinned tomatoes and a blender. All I did was add a little milk, butter, salt, pepper and basil…

    It didn’t taste right at all.’

    No shit

  99. myopiniononstuff Says:

    Daft thing is, I have a tin of Heinz Cream Of Tomato Soup in my cupboard.

  100. Napoleon Says:

    So why didn’t you eat / drink that, then?

  101. myopiniononstuff Says:

    Because I watched that Taste the Nation last night and couldn’t resist being an arsehole.

  102. breeks Says:

    i asked mr breeks about what makes a gay – pushing back or pushing in till the balls touch ass – he was unsure but was respectful enough to take the time to consider it.

    that’s not tomato soup, that’s just mush. make tomato soup by roasting a few in the oven, taking off the skin and seeds, blitzing with some stock and sour cream and a bit of basil.


  103. Napoleon Says:

    Also, shouldn’t that have been your mum’s cupboard? Or have you commandeered that in the same way you have her dog?

  104. piqued Says:

    He needed to justify his day somehow NC, he’ already on his 4th wank

  105. Mel Says:

    Piqued, are you surprised and disappointed that i think your proclivity for penis is a methodology for increasing blog traffic, or that I am confusing your hobby with your writing?

  106. piqued Says:

    Mel, dear, NC brought all this nonsense up. I didn’t even mention any blog

  107. Mel Says:

    indeed, Piqued, which is why i was wondering if Nappers had become your pimp now.

  108. Do I Not Like That! Says:

    Breeks, please could you set up a blog with tasty recipes like that bloke did. I will find the article about him. I want Breeks recipes.

  109. Mel Says:

    which bloke DINLT?
    I have been considering a cookery blog for a while. I could probably cope with a shared one.

  110. Nick of the T Says:

    We’re getting a new fridge/freezer, so are feasting on long frozen anonymous leftovers.
    It’s quite exciting, no really…

  111. Do I Not Like That! Says:

    I am trying to find it Mel. Basically an article in the Times about life after Masterchef. Ex contestant writes about cooking and has setup a website with recipes etc.

  112. Do I Not Like That! Says:

    Found his blog, but not the article.

    Yes Mel and Breeks cookery website would be good!

  113. Mel Says:

    Oh, i would be interested, if you could get me a link please. Thanks DINLT

  114. Mr H Says:

    This press release just arrived in my inbox;

    “…this site gives information on nuclear power sites. It links to a downloadable leaflet entitled New Nuclear Power Stations: How sites will be chosen and how you can have your say. This will help you understand the process for choosing sites, tell you about the nominated sites and from 15th April to 14th May give you the opportunity to comment on them.”

    Should we be worried?


  115. breeks Says:

    oh, he’s still friends with my masterchef friend hannah. that’s the geordie with the anal-looking mouth, innit.

    mel – shall we go for shit casserole or urine soup first?

  116. Napoleon Says:

    Y’know, I was just thinking that what the internet really needed was yet another cooking blog …

  117. Do I Not Like That! Says:

    Nap..it’s not just another cooking blog…it’s Mel and Breeks’ cookery blog.

  118. Mel Says:

    Cheers NC, you have given me the inspiration i need. *starts blog*

    Breeks, i reckon that we should start with shit sandwich, followed by urine fool.

    Mr H. I think you should be more worried that they say you can”comment” as if they are going to take any notice of any of us inThis is all an employment plan for Gordie’s brother.

  119. Mel Says:

    eek,, my touchpad is being weird. That should have read (to Mr H)

    I think that you should be more worried that they say that you can “comment”, as if they are going to take any notice of any of us in any case. This is all an employment plan for Gordie’s brother.

    That should make a little more sense now

  120. Swineshead Says:

    I might be looking to pay people for blogging in the future…

  121. Napoleon Says:

    DINLT – I’m boycotting it. Bloody women banging on about awful, foreign food. Open some cans, that’s my advice. Indeed, if I’d thought to issue this advice a few hours ago, I could have saved Dave from his pasta sauce with milk in it pretend soup.

  122. Swineshead Says:

    William Shatner’s on Columbo – hence SH silence…

  123. breeks Says:

    mel – diarrhoea souffle with sweet scat sugar

  124. Napoleon Says:

    I think I’ve seen that one. I always seem to remember Patrick McGoohan was on Columbo when I used to watch it.

  125. Do I Not Like That! Says:

    I remember the Colombo one with Leonard Nimoy.

  126. Mel Says:

    yes breeks, and a compote of ear waxwith it, all stirred with a big penis, just for piqued.

    Yay columbo – essential sick day viewing. I used to have that and some (proper recipe, not the dave version) tomato soup. Always made me feel better.

    SH – surely if you are to be paying people, then you will require some quality writing, not the old drivel you get in your comments box.

  127. Mel Says:

    Also, does this mean that we might get advertised at soon, wiith the new look WWM?

  128. breeks Says:

    hang on mel, the words what we write here is the stuff of priceless dreams.

    the comments ARE wwm. without us there is nothing. no mothers, no watching.

  129. Napoleon Says:

    Mel – It certainly does! You lucky people can look forward to being advertised at twenty four hours a day. And you’ll fucking well like it, too. How long did you think we’d carry on flinging this stuff at you for free, eh?

  130. ugeine Says:

    It sounds like you lot have all sold out to THE MAN. If Papa Roach was here, they’d probably say:

    ‘I just wanna be heard, loud and clear are my words, comin’ from within man
    Tell ‘em what you heard, it’s about a revolution
    In your heart and in your mind, you can find the conclusion
    Lifestyle and obsession, diamond rings get you nothin’ but a lifelong lesson
    And your pocketbook stressin’, you’re a slave to the system
    Workin jobs that you hate, for that shit you don’t need
    It’s too bad the world is based on greed, step back and see
    Stop thinkin’ bout yourself, start thinkin’ bout

    There’s no money, there’s no possession, only obsession, I don’t need that shit
    Take my money, take my possession, take my obsession, I don’t need that’

    How dya like those anti establishment apples?

    *rages against machine*

  131. breeks Says:

    there’s a hole in your bucket, ugeine.

  132. Napoleon Says:

    Ugeine – I don’t care about selling out to THE MAN. Ever thought of getting a Sky+ Box? I want money, d’ye hear? Get Virgin Media Broadband from as little as £8.99 a month. I’m sick of writing stuff on various internet blogs for nothing. A Mars a day helps you work, rest and play. Yes? YES??

  133. Mel Says:

    Ug, i quite like them, but i LOVE my job. I get paid to cause trouble, and surf the internets, what better job is there

  134. breeks Says:

    a mars a day will mostly make you fat (or fatter), naps.

  135. Mel Says:

    My fucking question mark key has broken. Now i cannot ask anything, without it lookin like a statement

  136. Mel Says:

    You seem to get a lotof meat through the post NC, perhaps that is someone’s way of paying you.

  137. Napoleon Says:

    Mel – My job? I get paid for doing NOTHING.

    Breeks – I don’t believe that advice.

  138. ugeine Says:

    napoleon: When the glorious revolution of nu metal bands is complete, Chester Bennington is in the oval Office, Fred Durst is Secretary of keeping it real, Dicknose from Slipknot is in charge of the budget and Coby Dick has freed us of our material possessions (apart from the material possessions that are Papa Roach CDs), you’ll be the first to be shot.

  139. Napoleon Says:

    Mel – As well as meat, I get sent all the shit records nobody else wants at Classic Rock as a spiteful and tedious joke on behalf of my evil Scotch editor.

    Basically, I get sent Who’s record collection every month.

  140. breeks Says:

    nappers – you ingrate.

  141. Mel Says:

    Jesus, is who also MR H? It was bad enough when he was also godshatmyi-pod (and with a record collection like that, it is a wonder god did not vomit his ipod)

    Plus, i thought that who was a girl

  142. Napoleon Says:

    Who is a girl. A girl with the worst taste in music I’ve ever come across (and that’s saying something, considering she’s a girl). It’s all America this and Bread that. Fucking ELO, Leo Sayer, ABBA, Chicago and that stinking Al Stewart character. Bloody rubbish, the lot.

    Ugeine – Seeing as you write articles for WWM too, you will share my fate. Without realising it, you, too, will soon be selling y’self to THE MAN. A HA HA HA HA HA HA!

  143. Mel Says:

    well, that is one understanding boss you have there NC. I am impressed that she knows you are on here all day every day, and does not mind.

  144. breeks Says:

    i just bought a new tent.

  145. Mel Says:

    two berth or three breeks? Is it for a festival

    Oh and that is another recipe we should have – mud pie!

  146. Napoleon Says:

    Mel – One, the boss is male. Two, he’s Scotch. Three, he’s not really my boss. He buys work off of me. I’m actually the boss, which means I get a shitload of days off.

    What on earth made you think I’d work for a woman? A WOMAN??

    Breeks – Classic bit on new tent information there.

  147. breeks Says:

    four and it’s to be used instead of my lovely smaller one because this year there is a mr breeks who needs to fit in and if i want to take enough boozes and shoeses i’ll need more space.

    anyway i got a £200 tent for £100 so that’s bargainous.

    mud pie with snot sprinkles?


    i am off to the pub, now, with aforementioned mr breeks where ale and scrabble will be, variously, consumed and played. or played and consumed.


  148. Mel Says:

    L8as breeks, and i am going to start making up recipes for my new blog, so I’ll see y’all same time same place etc.

  149. Mel Says:

    oh and NC, before you ask, these recipes will be of the variety that Breeks and i have been coming up with.

  150. myopiniononstuff Says:

    Gazebo number two went flying before. I had to retrieve it from the river and weigh it down with sandbags. A man across the river slowly applauded.

    Come on United for tonited!

  151. Breeks Says:


  152. ugeine Says:

    Is the champions league still bloody going?

    Come on Crewe & Carlisle, keep playings shite.

  153. Napoleon Says:

    I heard Crewe & Carlisle are a shoe-in for the final, Ugeine.

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