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Offline Miss Creant Commander of the picklement and baking BAb(Hons)

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Re: A humbling thought
« Reply #15 on: May 24, 2010, 09:59:23 AM »
 lol:  The question of 'who ate all the pies'? will not be asked for a while after your demise Snoops, which btw I hope is a way off.

Thanks for all your messages chaps and chapesses, it was bought home to me again yesterday when I visited the local pub, staggered down there with the help of daughter number one sat in the garden with my family and watched a chap who was in his late twenties/ early thirties stagger in with a stick paralyzed down one side and with a huge hole in his head.

Was joined later by my son his partner and their two young children the youngest of whom, one year old  today, has Downs syndrome,  I just can't be grumpy right now it wouldn't be right.
I have always thought that the worst thing about drowning was having to call 'help!' You must look such a fool. It's put me against drowning.
J Basil Boothroyd