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We had a little household incident the other day which some may find amusing.

A couple of years ago, I used to take great delight in asking Little Mister what a big boat was called. His mispronunciation of the word “ship” was, to my childish sense of [...]

Joys of Parenthood: number 27 in an ongoing series

“Daddy?” “Yes, Little Mister?” “Pull my finger.” “Oooookaaaay…” *parp* “I pumped! High five, daddy!”

Bless, it’s the first time he’s got the finger pull followed by fart in the right order.

Happy Humbug Day

Happy First Xmas

And once again it’s that time of year where everyone spends a ton of cash sending bits of paper through the mail to people they haven’t seen since that holiday in Torremolinos in 1997; stress themselves silly trying to get the last remaining [insert current trendy toy here] for the kids [...]

The Embodiment Of All That Is Metal

This photo will make some kind of sense if you read the blog post (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

I mentioned in the recent Shinedown review that some comments at the gig had got my head ticking. I also said that it would result in another blog post.

This is that blog post. The events posted [...]

The Beard Has Gone!

Blue Dragon Children’s Foundation

SCROUNGE ALERT: For those who didn’t notice (how?!) the beard has gone as is evidenced by the wedding photos which will be published shortly. I raised around £275 from the kids at school for doing it and my dad’s rounding it off to £300.

All money, as ever, is going [...]