Tag Archives: parody

Braking News from St Custards

With my customary apologies to Geoffrey Willans and Ronald Searle. You may or may not recall that the last time I wrote, St Custards was under the control of a feirce dicktator from the US of A and skool life was … Continue reading

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The Night Before Freedom

Twas the night before Freedom Day, all through the House Not a Tory was maithered, not a one having doubts. The sanctions were left far behind without care, In hopes that Immunity soon would be there. The MPs were nestled … Continue reading

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Blurring The Edges

Plutonium is a preference for the habitual abuser of what is known as (half-life) And mushroom clouds can’t be avoided if you take a route straight through what is known as (half-life) Jong Un’s got brewer’s droop, he gets intimidated … Continue reading

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That Was the Drought That Was

  With April about to end on something of a wet note, I thought it would be interesting to see what some of our greatest poets might have made of the recent weather. Through my spirit guide, Bob, I have been … Continue reading

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With Apologies To Gilbert and Sullivan

September 19th is International Talk Like A Pirate Day.  Garrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr!       CAPTAIN JACK SPARROW: I am the very model of a modern movie buccaneer, When playing Captain Jack, it’s like a Rolling Stone has snuck in here, Although the … Continue reading

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The Captain’s Classic Prog Blog: Part One

  In the pantheon of progressive rock, few bands have courted acclaim and criticism in such equal measure as Leviticus. Condemned by some as hopelessly pretentious and hailed by others as musical visionaries, the band defied both changing times and the tide of … Continue reading

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