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Kernowdreamer

Member since Aug 2015 • Last active Dec 2019

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    Party candidate boards stuck up outside private houses. Just what exactly is persuasive about them? "Oh, orange. What a lovely colour. I think I'll be voting for Thomas Leadbetter. And what a lovely surname too. Reminds me of that dear couple on The Good Life. Smashing. And that house looks smart. They obviously are decent folk. Better cast my vote the same direction."

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    So right. Can't touch a custard cream since somebody told me the innards are mostly lard. Don't know if that's true but it's got enough very believableness to put me off.

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    Chocolate rich tea.
    Garibaldi.
    Tunnock wafer.
    Shortbread.
    Ginger nuts

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    It's a commonly know fact that the hair of the vigor-compromised ceases to grow from above and sprouts, instead, from various orifices but my experience is a little different. My nose hair is somewhat shy and mischevious and rather than show it's psuedo-pubic thick, black, lusciousness it would rather curl right round just out of sight and tickle my olfactory passages.
    Suppose I should stop moaning and be thankful it doesn't grow between my bum cheeks.

    Yet.

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    War Of The Words
    It's the late 20th Century and electronic typewriters spread across the globe, their influence persuade millions of human beings to communicate exclusively through them. This leads to mass misinterpretation of intent, meaning and tone. Families, friends and nations are torn apart in an epic saga of love, hate and psuedo-reality.

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    Spooky. I was looking at masonry paint just yesterday. One choice was called 'dark skies'.
    So cheery. So end of the road.
    While we are on the subject, sort of.
    You know that type of cul-de-sac that is entirely regularly spaced bungalows, neat flower gardens and not a resident in sight for hours and hours?
    Cemetery with windows, that is.

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