Sunday, March 25, 2007

News at home

Headline.
Small Fecker scores winning goal in local football semi-final - THE HOUSE ERUPTS!!



Other news.

The witch is abed - she was heard muttering...

"There is evidence that I have been poisoned by the Gin Club. I am not long for this world"

(smart comments are not welcomed)
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16 comments:

Debi said...

Is it ok if I whisper well done to the Small Fecker?

Promise to say it very very quietly ...

john.g. said...

GET UP YOU SLACKER!!!

Lucien Modo said...

I am not enjoying a post Bordeaux low.

Minx said...

It is all right Debi. I am hunged over, not deaf.

John G - I am up but soon to be down again, I fear.....

These things are sent to try us Lucien, dear.
Hairy dogs do not always bring the relief one intends either. I am locked in apres gin hell and am thinking of ending it all with a White Lightning or a Snakebite taken with a straw.

Can I sue paracetamol? They have lied.

john.g. said...

A friend of mine, when we were younger used to drink Pils/ Diamond White snakebites. Albeit not many of them!!

Verilion said...

Oh dear are you up yet? I don't know why I'm grinning at your over indulgence as if I've never been there before! And Diamond White, bloody hell that brings back memories. Not nice ones, but memories all the same.
And well done to the small fecker.

Roberta said...

I'm sending you a tall cold glass of Gin and Tonic. Hair of the dog, as it were. And I'm speaking very loudly!

Yey!!! Small Fecker! We are very proud of you!

Minx said...

I am looking at a G&T with new eyes today, Roberta.
And look, the clocks have gone forward and you know what that means....nearly time for Pims.

The Moon Topples said...

I ordered a Pims while in London last fall. I wonder if they taste better when served without a contemptuous sneer?

Gorilla Bananas said...

Ooh Minx, you haven't been drinking the right potions! I still think there's a gap in technology between your lot and the voodoo practitioners.

mutleythedog said...

I fear that you have a hangover Ms Minx - it is induced by the bad humours and other mystery ingredients in the Gin. You should stick to locally produced ales such as Old Lesbian No.6, Scroggitys Ratcatcher and such

Minx said...

Could a Pimms be served in any other way, MT? The added sneer and sniff adds to the ambient viscosity of the Pimmish fruity bits.

Mr Bananas, I had potions forced, I tell you, forced upon my person that were not mine in the making. They made tailcocks with my beautiful Bombay Sapphire - they will not be forgiven.

Mutley, I have long moved past Old Lesbian No 6. My indulgence of late has been Tosspots Murderous Slagheap with a Cinzano chaser. Tosser, as we locals call it, has been brewed in Cornwall for 200 years using tin mining waste and iron fillings. It was a useful brew as it also ran the pumps and cleaned equipment at the end of the day.

Cailleach said...

What interesting brews you have in Cornwall, minxie... I hope yer head don't 'urt as much this aver!

But that's what 4x is for... remember that?

I do sympathise on the oul G&T front, my problem is that they're way too easy to drink.

Cailleach said...

And well done to small fecker too!

Jan said...

Gin. Such a lovely gentle little word, isn't it?!

Minx said...

Tis a word of power, Jan. Couple it up with 'and tonic' and you have something that will take the strongest woman down (well, not so much down, more reclining).