Turning over a new leaf

From today there are going to be some changes here on this site, and in my life in general.

No more slagging off our government.  They are doing their best for the Plain People of Ireland.

No more slagging the EU, WHO, UN or IPCC.  They only have all our interests at heart.

No more taking swipes at Tobacco Control.  My health is paramount and I shall be quitting the pipe [and alcohol] forthwith.

The Nanny State is really the Caring State and we really need all those laws rules and regulations to help maintain us as good little citizens.

I shall pay all my Irish Water bills plus arrears.

I shall do my duty and duly vote for candidates in the forthcoming elections who promise to look after my interests and the interests of the country as a whole.

From now on this site will be child friendly [we must think of the children] so no more swearing or negative scribbles.  From now on I shall only be writing about recipes, fashion and make-up, with the occasional photograph of a cute little kitten.

From now on, I am cleaning up my act.

I am in my fucking hole.

If you believe any of the above then you're dafter than you look.

Oh!  And happy period that apparently commences [for no good reason] ten days after the Winter Solstice!

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Turning over a new leaf — 15 Comments

  1. "If you believe any of the above then you're dafter than you look. "

    G.D. you would not believe how daft I look, but I'm pleased to report that I didn't believe a single word of it.

  2. If you believe any of the above then you're dafter than you look.

    Well, thank God for that. Business as usual then? THAT'S what we LIKE! Happy New Year.

    • Of course it's business as usual.  What else do you expect?  Business as unusual would involve becoming a drone.

      And many happy returns.

  3. Somebody might cheer up my new year by solving a little problem. I have a corkscrew embedded in the cork of a bottle of wine, but I can't pull the cork out. It simply won't budge and I am fearful of damaging the arm muscles if I over-try. Any suggestions please? 

  4. With all the talk lately about this "Star Wars" thing, I thought for a moment that you had been seduced by the dark side!

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