We enter our lives upside down and should leave it the same way: so that our pockets may be emptied, our heads full and so that our inverted frown may be our last smiling goodbye to the world.
Telephones – why?
Why do we get home phones then get extensions in our home, then put them all over the house, then get base sets that we can use up to 50 yards from our homes, then pick one from thirty different ringtones….then?
Then it rings and we complain. The tutting and grunting that goes off at our place just because someone has the audacity to call us. On our phone. Our actual landline. Us.
To compound it, they are probably only ringing my landline because my mobile ringer has been switched off.
What in the Alexander Graham Hell is that all about?
Who needs an iPad. A Nintendo wii or puu. Xbox 360. Ps4… Who needs TV. Home cinema. Blu-ray?
All you need are a few boxes, sticky tape, packing polystyrene and half an imagination.
And a five year old really helps as an excuse (pictured.)
They say an Englishman’s home is his castle. I say whatever it is, is should be a place of play! (Children optional.)
I go jogging quite a bit and here is a question for those annoying black flies that end up in your eye, semi-blinding you for half an hour whilst you try to get it out.
Questions For The Smallest Aviators.
If a fly
Has the whole sky
And so many eyes
To navigate by
Into my eye
A life equation
Maternity Malleability Morality Mortality Morbidity Mortuary Moribundity
Some say the glass is half full.
Others say the glass is half empty.
I say stop analysing and enjoy your drink.
If the measure of a man is in his friends, then I am one sick, twisted, ugly individual!