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It's now officially an offence to mistakenly think it's still 2007.
IT'S LIKE A TIME WARP or something
i am a bit drunk and i met all two of blood red shoes. Good night
at the leadmill last night. In true fanboy style i managed to get a poster i nicked off the wall signed then ended up bumping into them both at a pub later. Managed to beat the drummer in a race around the bar - proud moment!
And that means I can turn over my British Garden Birds calendar!!!
This month's bird is the Dunnock, or 'Hedge Accentor'.
Stats indicate that this common garden bird is resident all over the country, and with well over 2,000,000 breeding pairs there is a high chance that everyone will be able to spot one as we slowly approach the spring months. The bird itself is very similar to the common or garden sparrow, but has a slightly more colourful dapple-effect plumage.
I last saw one on January 15th, on my mother's bird table.
Keep 'em peeled!
BRITISH GARDEN BIRDS R ACE
"Keep 'em plucked!"
it simply wouldn't stop flapping and squawking, it was most difficult. I ended up using one of those specialist potato tools over a knife, with messy results.
a sneak preview of your retirement years!
But yeah. I am old :(
Next week's column: the perfect way to cook liver and onions, and just how this place looked when it was all fields round 'ere.
January has been the longest month in history.
The longest month in history was June 1994. You can blame Marti Pellow for that one.
Who'd have thought there would be a website solely devoted to long stuff.
Actually, they might have a point. BACK2SKOOL!!!!
LAST DAY AT WORK.