Saturday, 25 December 2010

A day off for the Grinch.

Tonight I am a tad tipsy so I ask for a little leeway on the spelling and grammar.

Fortunately I don't get maudlin tipsy. I get giggle tipsy. So when I hear that Thermos flasks are now the weapons of mass dreary tea, I can only think of Dwayne Dibley.

For this one day, I am not going to get worked up about anything at all. I'm going to visit YouTube and seek out the funny and the bizarre and just laugh the night away.

Normal misery will resume, far sooner than I would like.


subrosa said...

Merry Christmas LI. Forgot to take the prawns out of the freezer and now wide awake.

Rick said...

Excellent! Happiest of Christmases to the Grinch then!

Anonymous said...

And don't forget to check your gmail account as you might receive a present there, also to make you laugh.

Cheers and Merry Christmas.

Anonymous said...

Merry Xmas from another laughing drunk.

Diesel said...

Happy Xmas leggy.

At least you should have a nice lie in this morning. My overexcited kids woke me at 5am!

Mind you, they were kind enough to leave Santa a nice bottle and a cigar last night!

Anonymous said...

Merry Christmas Li, and thanks for the reading.

David Davis said...

Good for you, old fella. (I too like to go there and (as we say in this part of Lancs "'avv-a-luff".)

Keep the marvellous prose coming though. It cheers us all up every day.

Jacobite said...

Merry Christmas and look forward to your blogs in the New Year.

Anonymous said...

SubRosa;- forgive me;- but I didn't have the credentials to post this (ie as Anonymous) on your blog:=})

There seems to me to be possibly a chunk of Christmas Present, absent from the two-part narrative... ?

We move from, at the end of Pt.1:

"I have come!" said a voice with an antipodean flavour to it, Scrooge trembled as somehow the voice was familiar and it unnerved him.
"Who are you?"
"I am the Spirit of Climate Present."

To be continued

to, at the start of Pt.2:

Tall, grey, hooded and cloaked, the Spirit looked strangely dignified yet somehow indistinct. A shiver went through Scrooge. He was not having a good night.

Tremulously, after a terrifying silence, Scrooge said,

"Are you the Spirit of Climate yet to Come?

Are we missing something;- an episode, here? ;=})
Christmas, Climate ...
Well, Merry Christmas !!!

Ross Matheson
26 December 2010 01:10

Bucko said...

Have a good Christmas

Autonomous Mind said...

A very Merry Christmas and a Happy and peaceful New Year to you and yours.

Anonymous said...

A Very Merry Christmas and I look forward to further musings.

Best wishes


Catherine in Athens said...

Merry Christmas, Leggy! Hope you enjoy a few smokey-drinkies over the holidays, too!

JJ said...

Let's do some giggling in the New Year the meantime have a very merry Christmas and a prosperous New Year.

subrosa said...

Hello Ross, you're right. I apologise for that. Had to republish that part because the spacing went haywire and obviously I lost that whole section. Philip couldn't have noticed and I should have previewed it.

Please read it again.

My apologies.

Sorry for using your place off topic LI.

Ross Matheson said...

Apologies too, Leg-Iron! ;=}))
Must develop identity (ies)...
Anyway;- authorship apparent!

Subrosa:- there is a further problem.


at present there is a link to Part 2.

[NB the _24]

In that, there is a link to Part 1.

at the end of which, is a link to Part 2:
"I am the Spirit of Climate Present."

Part 2 is here.
But *that* Part 2 link is:

[NB without a _24]

and gives:
Page not found
Sorry, the page you were looking for in the blog SUBROSA does not exist.

So... change one ;-)


Life, the Universe, and everything...


(What about the Polyverses, vice and other versas, I ask?!}


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