сряда, 26 февруари 2014 г.

Dreamer

The internet says that adults spend roughly a third of their sleep time dreaming.

I do not know if this is true.  I do not know if the person who wrote the internet was lying when they covered 'dreaming statistics'.
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Posted by Pop Thy Collar at 22:44 6 comments
Labels: dream
Monday, 11 April 2011
Drifter
No, I'm not talking about the chocolate version, a blend of chocolate and wafer and lip-smacking caramel.  No, I'm not talking about the Deep Purple song, or the Iron Maiden song, or the Sylvia song.

And no, I'm not talking about the obligatory beach tourist stranded on a lilo and heading for the shipping channel either.
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Posted by Pop Thy Collar at 19:41 8 comments
Labels: abode, drift, drifter
Wednesday, 6 April 2011
The missionary position
The missionary position. Some people like it.  Others think it's boring.  Some are hooked on it, whilst others long to try something new.
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Posted by Pop Thy Collar at 22:23 9 comments
Labels: commission, commissionary, missionary, position
Monday, 4 April 2011
Incomprehensible heart (part II)
In part I, I wrote about a 'housemate' of mine who runs around in the nude and loves to play 'fetch' with an inflatable globe.
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Posted by Pop Thy Collar at 18:58 3 comments
Labels: Babygirl, father, love
Wednesday, 30 March 2011
It's all about you
McFly once sang a song, "It's all about you, it's all about you baby."
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Posted by Pop Thy Collar at 05:59 8 comments
Labels: about you
Monday, 28 March 2011
A fishy business
The television adverts say that the food of the gods is Ferrero Rocher.  If you read the Gospels you will find this is more wrong than beige socks with velcro sandals.

Because it's the fish finger sandwich.
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Posted by Pop Thy Collar at 06:00 1 comments
Labels: fish finger sandwich
Thursday, 24 March 2011
Yesterday's waves
This week whilst at a random church run playgroup, Class Act was asked whether she played a musical instrument.  She answered "Yes, a piano".

This was a sensible answer. If she had said harp or double bass, she would have been lying.  If she had said maracas or tambourine, she would have been half lying, for whilst she has neither, who can't play these?