Whenever I had the need to keep anyone at bay I settled for either a rather hot Chilli con carne or consumed copious amounts of sprouts, cabbage and beans, washed down with a few pints of Guinness........"Billy no mates"......I wonder why!Disturbing news from fools at the Met Office today, who bring tidings of flooding followed by snow. This not only means that painting bodyshells is out of the question, ibut also threatens those of us with an underlying wife problem.
Snow could result in Mrs Grumpy being holed up at home for days, with nothing better to do than poke and prod things that don't concern her. Deflection techniques are needed, therefore, pdq. Portsmouth Sinfonia at full volume might make a reasonable start. No forgetting Fascinating Aida... View attachment 332870 View attachment 332871
Every thing said I agree with, I am 62 but every time I see a dub coming towards me I go beep, beep then realise its not Herbie what’s worse I think these are a future classic.Good points above, chaps. I feel guilty and lucky that I've lived through some of the best days of the Twentieth Century. We could reach mainland Europe in 35mins by hovercraft, fly to New York in three hours from London, drive quickly on uncluttered roads, travel in Europe and return to Britain without being treated as an infectious criminal and uncle Bonkers didn't imbibe whisky through an intravenous drip.
Policemen doffed their hats, mince pies and flapjacks were dangerous weapons and octogenarians had yet to discover the Nissan Micra. As an inherently lazy git I've never done a day's work in my life, and I can't believe that the discovery of work has actually improved the lot of human beings.
And this has what to do with Airfix Beetles? The sq rt of naff all.