Tuesday, 9 April 2013

Oh Dear

Look what we've gone and done. I knew we shouldn't have kept washing her:
Now she's gone.


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    1. Please be concise. Delete an m.

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    2. Just don't go near a zen monastery. Ever. You aren't suitable.

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    3. So what am I supposed to do with the rest of my life now?

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  2. Are you sure you want to accept this responsibility? (That settles it. I'm never washing my William Shatner T-shirt again.)

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    1. Goes of quietly to look up William Shatner (such ignorance)

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    2. Lovable guy, horrible actor. Captain Kirk!(And, I am forced to admit, I don't really own a Shatner T-shirt.)

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    3. I wonder if anyone in your family is getting an idea for a birthday present.

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  3. Right, I'm ordering a mug of Tony Blair and a scouring pad. I'll start with the smile.

    Actually, I'd rather have some mugs featuring more deserving political figures (and I've found the whole 'hatefest' that has taken place in some quarters rather distasteful and infantile). Margaret Thatcher's transformation into a pantomine villain fails to recognise the complex, ambivalent attitude that many had towards her era. I'm old enough to remember the shambles that gave birth to Thatcherism.

    My dishwasher-unsafe collection would include Erich Honecker, the three Kims, Mr Pot, General Galtieri, General Jaruzelski, Saddam Hussein, Robert Mugabe and a variety of other figures. There aren't any British politicians who make the grade.

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    1. If you like I could just sell you ten blanks, and you could just imagine how you'd made them disappear already.

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