Saturday, September 22, 2018

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Look I've just spent 5 minutes trying to find where a Chinese roll of masking tape starts. It's never ending isn't it? For a start why can't the start of the tape have a mark or perhaps an S to denote same? I know you're thinking,"there are worse things in life...there are!" When I did finally find the start it was a never ending battle to peel at least one complete circumference off intact without throwing a complete shambolic rage as it destripped in small separate nonchalant belligerent scraps of shred.

I mean when I spend $2... I EXPECT quality.

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Got a meatless mildy contentious bone to pick with Vegetarians. And meat eaters. Nere the twain shall meat?

Okay I bought a Magic Bullet. No,not the kind you dodge in a vegetable mall when a mad cow runs amok with a meat cleaver trying to convince people they're bananas for carving up animals. Urging meat chompers that it's best to leek on over to the carrot bin to save their furry ides? Guess it's the animal self preservation instinct coming to the fore...and against? Maybe that's why the cows of the world,so I've herd, are banding together to open the... Read More


Leonardo Da Vinci you all know of well. Well- LDV, not to be confused with the video guy who lived next door, DVD, with his wife LCD (Little Colic Damsel) in distress because of-had a brother. Leonardo Da Lean To's surname was altered, not because his mum didn't equally love her slightly ne'er- do- well younger son.On the contrary, tried to give the unproductive boy a doting parental shake by pretending to disown the lad in an attempt to ignite his being.

But being lazy seemed to be Lean To's main objective. Da Vinci painted a lovely portrait of an... Read More


The ad men sat round the table waiting for 'genius' Jim to wheel in his latest 'blender juicer' opposition 'electrified' blender to end all blenders JUICER. "We will not give in! We'll fight them on the beaches. We'll fix blender bayonets and overcharge..." Winston Chuckhill the managing director of 'We are mightier than the poured' pored over the huge graphicational 3D monolith muncher cruncher product. The magic bullet blender juicer had to be out-shot/barreled.

Jim Gym the electrical genius designer blade- runner, unfurled the titanium blander blender's... Read More


The story so far. Unbeknown to most of us ordinary folk our comic book heroes go through a type of mid-fixing strife life; (MFSL) syndrome, not as bad, but similar to PMS. Pretty Muddled Superman. "Am I destined to spend my life typecast as a comic book hero fighting fictional enemies like dis Lex e are a crook.Commonly known as dyslexia when joined in mortal combat." That's Lex's version whom I believe is a Lutherian part-time?

You see at their annual CBGT, comic book get together Batman and Robin were having a quiet flyby... Read More


I had just cooked an egg and a sausage. Garnished/separated the 'odd couple' with a stick of celery to stop the egg from running into my sausage. Or maybe to stop my sausage from rolling into my egg. I suppose you could say the celery was a peace-keeper of sorts. I mean look at the fare itself. The layer of the egg (name withheld) at worst, ended up with maybe a sore bottom if the egg was an overly large one. The sausage however, (name withheld as it was dealt a bum wrap...though rumor had it it was a known skinhead?) was the end result of predetermined premeditated... Read More

If you write books, are a blogger, post on social media and tap into the latest pulse of our social and political landscape it’s easy to consider popular opinions while churning out your current content. The question is: how much are you allowing these to dictate what you write?

Our world has become very judgment-minded, politically and socially correct and is constantly trying to find the right balance as to what’s trendy, acceptable and careful not to offend. It’s become exhausting and I’ve known some who’ve resorted to keeping their opinions to themselves for fear of reprisal—delicately... Read More

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Musings Of A Poet

Agree Barb, throwing the baby out with the bath water 'aint the answer. Take care. :>)

Musings Of A Poet

I know Rigina, when it takes a week for legite comments to appear it is upsetting, and it is killing the site slowly. Surely there must be a better way to address the spammers and floggers. Also taking away ratings if you do not post in a period of...

Musings Of A Poet

ed i was one of the original complainers about people using this site to flog their stuff. Now legite comments don't show?