- Thursday 14th January 2021, 12:27am [Edited]
- United Kingdom
- 7,634 posts
No, I'm not sure that the parka jacket smelled as such. It wasn't like the Afghan coat even before opium farmers and cave dwellers doing towering infernos. It was just that if you had been bought a girl's bike rather than a Chopper, one was inclined to bounce on a space hopper and ooze fun. That's while risking the occasional outing to play marbles in streets while adults who had sex issues in the main tried to run you down and murder you so that your brains were like salad in the kerb. Plus he tricked me out of my blood and glass alleys. David. Oh yes,as names it sounds so safe as names go. doesn't it. Smelly socks and all.
She had to open all the windows to release the idea that she was just serving up peas for our dinner and blamed me for letting him in though mostly she was disgusted that he took the piss out if Criytal Tipps and Alastair. But that is what happens to kids from disturbed families who become multi millionaires and fathers of twelve. Ah yes, we all did that running style thing then. Does anyone recall it? That sort of way of looking at yourself running having copied everyone else running while giving the nonchalant appearance of not looking at yourself running at all. All so that you didn't have to have testosterone injections when you got to 78 and a half. I think you will find that the we is in a common wee whether you like it or not and there is no I on the eye. But I'm just glad myself that we have all moved down the alphabet vowel wise from the A which whatever you want to add on to it is just trying to hold back time and E which is a sort of by gum and ferrets down your trousers over pants that you haven't removed for a fortnight. . I'm not sure that I trust any of it to be frank. Best to stick with British consonants. They go best with a Phaal, mask or no mask, in Luton.