Saturday, April 01, 2017

Not a Shag to be had


 Poor Dinahmow has been subjected to Goldfrapp and Redshirts, but all she wants is a shag on a groyne.


 It's not too much to ask, surely?

 Well, apparently it is. 

 I popped down to the seafront this morning to find only the barest glimpses of groynes and definitely no shags.




 Or cormorants.

14 comments:

  1. That is some high tide! Wow! What an incredible reach, almost to the cliffs! Thank goodness for retaining walls holding back the raging sea. It's quite a sight seeing those mighty erections wet from all that repeated pounding action!

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    1. The tide was high but I was didn't have to hold on to those slippery erections as all the pounding had died down by the time I got there.

      Blast!

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  2. Our Dinah just survived a deadly Sharknado, in addition to the everyday drop bears and spiders the size of diner plates!

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    1. hahaha!Fortunately, we were spared that.

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    2. I bet you wouldn't even have batted an eyelid a little tiddler like that, would you, Dinah?

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  3. Thank you. You've started my day with a giggle.Now, I'll be better able to face more of the post-cyclone clean-up.You should SEE all the hyphens lying around!:-)

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    1. Makes a change from all the commas around here!

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  4. Oh I have an explanation for the lack of shags: they must have been European Shags and have Shexited.

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    1. Blimy! They were given their marching orders pretty damn quickly. Theresa May's signature is still wet!

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    2. And shows no sign of being different any time soon...

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  5. Are they sleeping it off from a rough Saturday night?

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    1. They're probably all under the pier, or in the alley way next to Boots the Chemist, with their jeans and/or knickers around their ankles.

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  6. don't mind me, i've no idea what you're talking about.

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    1. Few seldom do. Perhaps the next post will be more coherent?

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