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We were a "little bit more" Welsh today on the show today...

Chris Evans | 11:14 UK time, Wednesday, 12 October 2011

...thanks to our Welsh Polka along with brilliant Bryn Williams and his mouthwatering Welsh goodies.

Tomorrow, we are going "even more" Welsh before we actually become totally Welsh on Friday ahead of the big Rugby World Cup semi-final weekend.

In other news, I've got a meeting with the lady who runs my pub about next summer's Children In Need event. It'll be here before we know it. Good to be busy!

Peace And Love





  • Comment number 1.

    Hi Chris: awww, I missed that! I will try to listen again. And, yes, next summer will be here before we know it - could we skip winter this year? That would suit me just fine! xx

    Hi everyone else ... if there is anyone there!

    C xx

  • Comment number 2.

    Bore Da!

    I was going to keep a low profile as I've not been sleeping due to side effects from steroids & antiobiotics. I thought rather than risk talking nonsense better to say nothing at all.

    Anyway, I was finally in a deep sleep this morning when I was suddenly awoken by the sound of scaffolding being erected around my abode. There are now workmen everywhere and my roof is shortly to be removed. What fun!

    There's Welsh!

    Hywl Fawr!

    MM xxx

  • Comment number 3.

    6 weeks to CIN!!! Woot well actually 6 weeks on Friday.

    Had my flu vaccine yesterday and feel like death today - I thought it was supposed to make you feel better and inoculate you against getting the flu lol.

    Chrissie - we can skip but can we still have the 18th November and Christmas? lol

    MM - hope you feel better soon!!!

  • Comment number 4.

    Hello Chris and everyone

    Chrissie, I am here. xx

    Marjie, hope you feel better soon. xx

    Work is going well on the building site. I took yesterday afternoon off to get my hair done, it was lovely to sit down for a few hours and do nothing.

    Hope you are all having a good day.

    csn. xx

  • Comment number 5.

    Hi Hannah & CSN.

    I had my flu vaccination a couple of weeks ago, didn't even notice it what with all the rest, there is an upside to everything.

    I'm glad you're building site is going well CSN. Thankfully mine is all on the outside apart from them going into the loft.

    I am feeling completely exhausted now to be honest after second course of steroids & antiobiotics and no proper sleep since 5th September when side effects started. Anyway off to GP again tomorrow.

    MM xxx

  • Comment number 6.

    I'm here too!

    Phones at work still not oprational, we've got them diverted to a mobile but it's a pain in the butt!

    On Friday when I left work, I went round to ELH to dispose of my recycling in their recycling machine, while I was putting my stuff in someone stole my purse from my car, which of course I hadn't locked as I was only about 10ft away from it, bloody annoying, cancelled my cards etc. immediately and reported it to the police, but it's the inconvenience of it all, also my purse was a Christmas present from my Mum and Dad and was a R**ley one so quite expensive to replace.



  • Comment number 7.

    Thank you Marjie, I will be glad when it is all finished, hopefully before Christmas.

    You must be so exhausted, hope you get some proper sleep soon.

    csn. xx

  • Comment number 8.

    Well, I tried to send a post, but it appears to have gone, apologies if it shows up while I am typing this again!

    Maddy: sorry to hear of your sleep deprivation - it really is awful when this happens. Hope things get better soon.

    Hannah: how silly of me - how could I forget about CiN and Christmas!

    CSN: that's good you managed to get out for a while yesterday. xx

    Gail: that is just horrible for you. What a low-life scumbag to steal your purse from your car. These opportunists are everywhere. What happened is such an invasion, but the worst thing is that your purse was a gift from your Mum and Dad - makes me seeth, it really does. xx

    C xx

  • Comment number 9.

    Chrissie, I am just as angry at myself because there were 2 people putting their things in the machine before me and I did think they looked at bit dodgy, but I still didn't lock the car, they were the only people about and it had to be them, but I will be locking the car from now, regardless of how close I am to it!

  • Comment number 10.

    Gail, so sorry to hear your news. xx

    I agree with Chrissie, they are low life scumbags.

    Thank you Chrissie, it was nice to get out. xx

    csn. xx

    csn. xx

  • Comment number 11.

    Afternoon each

    Have to confess I didn't hear much of the show this morning - but I did hear the gorgeous Noah.

    Dozy - how awful for you, as Chrissie says, they're scumbags. Was at the recycling myself this morning and, like you, didn't lock the car - I will in future.

    Have been trying to find bus routes in Edinburgh for tomorrow. Got on to Lothian Buses website 3 times and each time it crashed my laptop. On the third occasion it took 20 mins to reboot, telling me it was checking 'orphaned files' - pardon????

    Have phoned them and got my bus info from a very nice gentleman in Customer Service. Sezza - I've been lost in the t'interweb!!!!!


  • Comment number 12.

    csn. xx

  • Comment number 13.

    Oh, meant to say - Maddy, hope you're feeling a wee bit better. xxxxx

  • Comment number 14.

    Hello Annie.


  • Comment number 15.

    Howdedoody CSN. How's the building site??


  • Comment number 16.

    Annie, building site is going well now, thank you.

    Mr CSN is painting. LOL!

    I am so excited, it is my little grandsons fourth birthday tomorrow.

    csn. xx

  • Comment number 17.

    Ah bless CSN, hope he has a wonderful birthday. It must be wonderful to be 4 - everything new and interesting.


  • Comment number 18.

    Thank you Annie.

    Hope you work out your route for tomorrow.

    csn. xx

  • Comment number 19.


    Gail - that's really lame, and a vile thing to do to somebody. Were there no CCTV cameras around the recycling area?

    Maddy - hope you feel a bit brighter soon xx

    CSN - Happy Birthday to the little one for tomorrow. Nic's son is 9 tomorrow - he was 7 when I first met him and has changed so much in that short space of time.

    Hellooooooooooooooo Annie, Chrissie and Hannah!

    Back in a mo .... see if this posts first.



  • Comment number 20.

    Right, talking of Children In Need ....

    Can you lovely volunteers please check your emails as I've sent you details of the rstaurant for the evening meal. Very close to R2, and I need you all to pre-order (via me) ASAP.

    Not long to go now until we descend on Pudsey's doorstep!



  • Comment number 21.

    Deevs, thank you for the birthday wishes for little grandson tomorrow.

    Happy Birthday to little Nic for tomorrow, hope he has a great day.

    So sorry I forgot to email you.

    csn. xx

  • Comment number 22.

    Deevs, hope all goes well with CiN. I will be phoning. Last year I got Alex, hope I get one of our bloggers this year.

    Just been watching the news and the young people recreating the Jarrow March - don't quite know what to say about it.

    Man in the cupboard was telling me today that he's cancelling his £10 a month broadband for the winter. He needs to heat his one room and, possibly, eat. I don't have much money but I can't imagine how people can live on just over £50 a week.

    I'll be doing what I can for him and those like him.


  • Comment number 23.

    Annie - if (when!) you ring, you WILL get one of us bloggers as all 36 phone lines are being manned by bloggers this year! How cool is that!?!?!

    So, just make sure you ring between 10am and 7pm and see who you get!

    csn - leave it with me, but I really, really need all replies in one place (ie my email) as having responses and requests scattered all over FB, Twitter and text messages is just asking for problems!


  • Comment number 24.

    That is soooo cool Deevs. When I phone I want a shout out, ok????


  • Comment number 25.

    Thank you Deevs.

    So sorry about not emailing you, getting forgetful in my old age.

    csn. xx

  • Comment number 26.

    Sadly Anie that's not down to us. We are there to take the pledges and requests, and any "back story". All of our papers then get regularly collected in and the R2 producers decide who gets a shout, who gets requests played etc.

    It's a frantic but fun day. And very very rewarding.


  • Comment number 27.

    Deevs, I only meant a 'Hallo Annie' which I got last year from everyone around Alex. xxxxx

  • Comment number 28.

    Ooooh I'm sure we can manage that then! ;-)

    x x x

  • Comment number 29.

    Hello Annie!!! (Just in case I'm not next to whoever you speak to!)

    Deevs, will look and email you asap

    Hope everyone's okay today?

    I'm having a moment of regret about the choices and paths I've made in life but that must mean there is a new path out there somewhere!

    Sezza xxx

  • Comment number 30.

    Hello everyone!

    Loved the show this morning - Wales is so nice (apart from the time when Jasper-dog decided that he could fly and launched himself off the top of a tall wall-crossing. He was wrong). My little nephew said his first-ever word while on holiday in Wales. It was at Poppit Sands (Jasper's favourite beach) cafe. The word was "teacake". Bless him.

    Thanks for sending the menu Deevs, looks FAB. Will get back to you asap. Am just in a bit of a bind as to what to do about accommodation as everywhere's so expensive and my car's got it's MOT at the end of this month. Am working on the parents for a lend. ;-) Fret not, we'll sort something. It's SOOO exciting; I'm glad my name's on the list!

    Many happy returns to the birthday boys!

    DozyM - I'm so sorry about your bag; that's a horrible thing to happen. x

    Keep smiling!

    Roo xx

  • Comment number 31.

    I expect nothing less Deevs. Maybe a welsh choir sort of Hallo Annie?????

    Good luck to you all and have a fabby time.


  • Comment number 32.

    Thank you Sezza, much appreciated. Think your path in life might have crossed mine. I have decisions to make in the next few months which would not be my choice but hey ho, has to be done.


  • Comment number 33.

    Annie, I've been thinking about how long I've got to work before I have any hope of retiring (ha ha!) and thinking I could qualify to do something new

    It's just working out what and how!

    Sezza xxx

  • Comment number 34.

    Good luck with that Sezza. I retired and then had to start working again. And I'll probably have to move somewhere smaller as I can't afford to keep my lovely house.

    Life sucks sometimes.


  • Comment number 35.

    Oh Annie, how awful for you. xx

    Hi Sezza and Roo.

    csn. xx

  • Comment number 36.

    Noswaith dda, as we seem to be in a Welsh mood!!

    Finally caught up...ish will forget everything instantly!

    Dozy, that's horrid!!

    CSN, hope the builders finally find somewhere else to live ;)

    Well, I'm never going to retire at this rate, so keep plodding on...

    So it's a year since Mr JG said he was leaving (didn't leave until July, and still coming back for stuff!)

    Thanks for all your support, I couldn't have got here without you all!!

    Nos da

    JG x

  • Comment number 37.

    CSN, there's worse happening in the world, I'll be fine.

    Am refining list for holiday - boots, wellies, hot water bottle, spider catcher....


  • Comment number 38.

    Hi CSN!

    How are you? Fed up with bods in hard hats by the sounds of things! Hope they're not annoying Holly too much... ;-)

    JG - well done on getting through the past year. It can't have been easy. xxx

    Roo xx

  • Comment number 39.

    Thanks Roo

    No, it's not been easy, but I'm out the other side if of it now!! We are just friends now, and that has become easier! Work is more settled and I feel comfortable alone now!!

    JG x

  • Comment number 40.

    Annie, you must be getting very excited about your holiday.

    JG, I now wish the builders would find somewhere else to live, think they will be here for a few more weeks. Thinking of you and well done on getting through the year.

    Roo, Holly hates it all and I am fed up living on a building site.

    csn. xx

  • Comment number 41.

    JG, a whole year - wow! Can't believe it. You do sound "in a better place" if I can use such a corny phrase. Here's to the next year and things getting even better!

    CSN, I've just persuaded Mr Sezza he wants to paint the living room and I'm not looking forward the that upheaval. Can't imagine how you're coping. Hope the end is in sight

    Roo, Looking forward to meeting you in November

    Sezza xxx

  • Comment number 42.

    CSN, am really looking forward to getting away up north. Can't wait to get to Rothiemurchus and settle down on a seat to look at Loch an Eilian - peace, perfect peace.


  • Comment number 43.

    Hi Chris ,
    I was enjoying listening to your show this morning and very pleased to hear you will be going totally Welsh by Friday - to contribute to this totally Welshness I'd love (as a Welsh Professional Photographer) to come in and take photographs of the pure Welshness of your show :-) The photographs could then possibly be used to auction (with your permission of course) for a Welsh Sport Academy (possibly rugby, my husband is a PE teacher in Swansea and also played rugby to a high standard so can recommend some good Welsh charities with a sporting theme), so a totally Welsh theme throughout  Following on from this I could then possibly persuade the Welsh Rugby Team to have photographs for charity. In fact I have some photographs I took of you playing golf in The Celtic Manor five years ago - I had just had my daughter so maybe the photographs are not as good as they could be but I'd love to show them to you. I would also looooooooooooove to make my husband jealous as he is a big fan and while reading It's Not What You Think and Memoirs of a Fruitcake often commented (in a Welsh accent of course) 'mind you this bloke has worked his socks off'! It would be great to come into your show on Friday morning and document the programme but of course I do understand you get lots of requests.
    Can you let me know how I can send the photographs of you at The Celtic Manor (playing golf) – I do not want to copy them on this as you would probably like to approve them before they are displayed – but I can send you a password to view them online.

    Thanks Chris
    Bethan (Waygood - yes that is my real surname!!)

  • Comment number 44.

    Hallo Bethan

    Are you new on here? Guess that's why you've been moderated. Hope you're reinstated soon.


  • Comment number 45.

    Sezza, that's when he told me, he didn't actually move out then...not until July!

    And., yes things are finally getting better!!

    And for all those who texted, emailed and messaged, thank you all, and I'm sorry that I'm so cr@p at replying!! lol

    JG x

  • Comment number 46.

    Sezza, good luck and will be thinking of you.

    Annie, can you please put me in your suitcase.

    JG, glad things are getting better for you.

    Mr CSN is still painting and I need to get in the kitchen. LOL!

    csn. xx

  • Comment number 47.

    Pob Lwc Bethan.

    Who knows eh? After all, the 'dream man' Ian Wallace, started off by posting on here and now has a regular slot on the SW show.

    Hi to every one else.

    Marj, was wondering how you were, Bids and myself were just saying so at the weekend.

    Deevs, yes will send email to relevant place and thanks, its a great job that you are doing.

    Gail, lowlifes always get whats coming to them, I am sorry for your misfortune.

    Lovely day here, am still wandering around in short sleeved tops. More of that please.

    Good wishes to everyone.


  • Comment number 48.

    Sezza - looking forward to meeting you too and everyone else! Tried to ask my mum if I could have a little loan for the hotel for CiN but she wasn't very forthcoming... :-( I might have to send Jasper out organ-harvesting (again), hehe ;-)

    Annie - I'm sorry to hear you're going through a rough patch. Keep smiling though honeybee, it won't always be like this. I kick-started my financial recovery by getting an IVA. It's been very, very tough, but I'm over halfway through now and I think it's one of the best decisions I made. PM me on Facecloth if you need a chat, OK?

    CSN - sorry to hear that the builders are getting on Holly's whiskers. I still shudder when I recall having my kitchen and bathroom done. Wouldn't wish THOSE lads on anyone. How long to go now?

    Hello MTF and everyone else...! x

    Of course, quite apart from CiN and everything else, what I'm REALLY looking forward to is Deevs' Advent Calendar Challenge - it's the most wonderful comp of the yeeear!!

    Keep smiling!

    Roo (and Jasper) xx

  • Comment number 49.

    CSN - I'll send you a photo if I can get a signal in them there hills.

    Right, am off - have to get up at stupid o'clock to get a bus into Edinburgh, then another bus god knows where.

    See you all tomorrow.


  • Comment number 50.

    'Night Annie. Sleep safe, sleep sound, sleep well.

    Roo xx

  • Comment number 51.

    Night Annie, I will be looking forward to the photos. xx

    Roo, hopefully it will be finished by Christmas. xx

    csn. xx

  • Comment number 52.

    At long last, have collared 17 year old, soon to be 18...

    Have just popped some pics on fb of the trees that we walked amongst recently.

    At least 2000 years old. Now that is old! I was amazed, to think that we were sharing experiences with the Romans and the like.

  • Comment number 53.

    Evening all,

    A bit late tonight due to hair cut and catch up.i do love a god old natter,and we chomped our way through the cheese and biscs.

    Mtf ,nice to see you flying in .

    Maddy ,really lovely to see you and glad you're ok. Was beginning to wonder about you.

    Crissie ,that leak is turning into a new kitchen as the floor has to come up we think ,got someone coming in the morning to assess the damage.Its been leaking for awhile and we never knew.

    Hanna ,I had my flu jab the other and had a bit of a sniffle but ok.Apparently it takes ,so I was told 21 days to take affect.

    CSN ,what ever are you having done for the workmen to be there all this time .I shall leave home if that happens here ,I shall go and move north of the border and house share with Annie.

    Gail ,words fail me to how to describe those sort of people {{{hugs }}} think you need a couple of those.

    Mtd , {{{hugs}}} for you too hun think you were needing some

    Deev, will be getting in touch with you shortly in a professional basis now you're qualified as I didn't want a freebee.

    Roo, Nice to see you too .how you doing .?? must try and arrange something before the end of the year ,after the end of October as I'm booked solid.

    Seeza,I'm still working and don't want to give up ,not yet anyway as I do like my independance ,it means a lot to me.and I do enjoy my job and I love the people I work for ,couldn't have better . But I do and can understand how you're feeling. Chin up chuck..

    Well I hope Iv'e not missed anyone .xxx Oh!! JG yes hello to you tooxx.

    Take care...Bids.xxx.

  • Comment number 54.

    MTF - will look at your tree pix. 2000 years old?! Those trees were alive when Jesus Christ (according to the Gospels and Tacitus) walked the Earth. Blimey. That's the sort of thing I love.

    No matter HOW mad the world in general and life in particular gets - the trees keep on growing, the birds keep on singing, and the rivers keep on flowing. Long may that continue.*

    Roo xx

    *I'd have added "and Jasper keeps on f#rting". But I didn't want to cheapen the mood by resorting to base vulgarity....

  • Comment number 55.

    Roo, not that far from you?

  • Comment number 56.


    You're right, we MUST meet up. It's my fault we didn't. Jaspey's tumour diagnosis knocked me for six and I'm only just getting back to normal (or whatever constitutes 'normal' in my own particular sphere).

    Apologies to you (and to this blog also) for my appalling neglect.

    Roo xx

  • Comment number 57.

    MTF - Jazzy and I live in a small Hampshire town. Bids might be @ 40 mins away? How about you?


  • Comment number 58.

    Bids, I am thinking of moving in with Annie and letting Mr CSN get on with it all. This was his idea to have the house ripped apart. Bless him!

    I have just cooked something for us to eat and will now walk Holly while Mr CSN paints all night.

    Roo, hope Jasper is ok.

    Will be back later if anyone is still up.

    csn. xx

  • Comment number 59.

    Bids, hope the leak doesn't turn in to a major job.

    csn. xx

  • Comment number 60.

    Roo, will do me dear I'll try and sort something .Yes so sorry to hear about Jasper ,hoe thats he's coping and it's not interfereing with his F**ting problems to much as i know how much they mean to him.lol.


  • Comment number 61.

    CSN - I read SO many things into your phrase "bless him"!! ;-)

    Hope Holly enjoys her walk. Jasper is doing extremely well (touch wood), thank you. As he posted in his last blog entry, the tumour in his snout is presently proving to be more irritating than actually painful - he's still cheeky, still sardonic, still Jasper!

    With love. R&J xx

  • Comment number 62.

    Don't encourage him, Bids. In the name of every deity throughout history, don't encourage him. I beg of you.


  • Comment number 63.

    Bit of a late one all, been busy at work all day & unable ter get near a computer... But now a am near a computer am just jumping in the CLP blog ter say:

    CLP - Most interesting yer going totally welsh on Fridee... Does this mean yer will speaking welsh then????
    As totally welsh must mean totally welsh... Which means language too!!!!!!!!!!

    Unfortunately a can only speak thai, russian & scouse.... The only welsh a now, sorry know, is 'araf'!!!!!!!!!

    As ave seen it writted on the road many a time!!!!!!!!

    It means 'slow'!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    Although a do also remember a sign that means 'No Parking' that made me chuckle!!!!!!!!
    It read 'Dim Parcio'.... Which basically means.... 'Dim Parking'.... Yer 'Dim' aka a stupid fool with no brain cells if yer park 'ere.... Aka yer 'DIM'

    This sign always makes me chuckle everytime a see it at a supermarket a deliver to in Wales!!!!!!!!

    Seriously 'ave the welsh taken bits of english & giggled it around ter make up there own words!!!!!!

    What am trying ter say.... Is does 'dim parcio' really come from 'dim parking'/ 'stupid parking!!!!!'

    ALL the above 100% TRUE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    Don't believe us ask The Alex Jones or The Lynn Bowles what is 'no parking' in welsh!!!!!!

  • Comment number 64.

    The other thing that makes me chuckle that ave seen on me travels.... The town of Wrexham in welsh is Wrecsam!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    This ter me is blatant just trying ter make the word different from english just for the sake of.... errrr.... Making it different!!!!!!!!!
    Even though really it's the same!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    Am sure me welsh grandad would agree!!!!!!!!!!!!!Me fingers are getting carried away now... before am 'ere all night.... a better go!!!!!!

    Tatty bye!

  • Comment number 65.

    Soz all just read me grammar back & realised mant errors in there... It's 'cos am VERY tired after a 14 hour dee at work..... Need sleep......


  • Comment number 66.

    Maybe Wrecsam came first Bingo?

    I am sure that Crumpy will be along to verify?

    Night all.


  • Comment number 67.

    Bingo, hope you get a good nights sleep.

    Roo, glad to hear Jasper is doing ok. xx

    Night MTF.

    csn. xx

  • Comment number 68.

    Cysgwch yn ddawel pawb.

    There you go, I knew that O level Welsh would come in handy one day.

    Nos da i chi gyd.


  • Comment number 69.

    Just popped back to say night everyone.

    Nice to have a late night chat, reminds me of the good old days with a certain lovely lady. I miss her very much.

    I better go and do some work.

    Sleep well and take care.

    csn. xx

  • Comment number 70.

    Goodnight all. R&J xxxx

  • Comment number 71.

    Good morning all,

    And it is a beautiful sunny one at that .the sky is blue and the sunis at it's best,really showing off.

    Well I have a man coming shortly about a leak ,but not a welsh one ,only wish it was .

    Alan Sugar then tomorrow ,that sohould be interesting Chris.

    Right better be off and prepare myself ,so enjoy yur day all in whatever you're doing and I also hope that you're having the same sun as I am.

    Take care ..Bids.xxx.

  • Comment number 72.

    A misty old morning on the West Somerset coast Bids. But specks of blue are peeping through, so looks promising.

    I have my bedroom window open and can hear the sea gently lapping in, priceless eh?

    Better get busy, more apples to contend with, ho hum!

  • Comment number 73.

    "Bread of heaven, bread of heaven, feed me til I want no mooooore . . . . "

    Can't wait for the match on Saturday. Having been a footie fan for years, I have now decided that rugby is the way forward. I've really been enjoying the World Cup. I had to have a friend explain the rules to me over dinner the other night and he managed to do it without the aid of any condiments at all. I was very impressed.

    Very misty in these parts MTF - should be lovely later on.

    Barmy xx

  • Comment number 74.

    Hi Barmy.

    Passed through your town last Friday and gave a wave in case you were around.

    I took some pics of the Rookery Manor in Rooksbridge, which was covered in snow would you believe!!

    Way too early for that kind of stuff if you ask me.

    Back to it...

  • Comment number 75.

    Morning all.

    Mild and cloudy here.

    Just seen the little birthday boy on his way to pre school.

    Hope everyone has a good day.

    csn. xx

  • Comment number 76.

    Morning Greeetings Ter ALL...

    Bingo Star 'ere...

    MTF - A think yer probably correct on Wrexham was Wrecsam before it was Wrexham.... Maybe it was changed by the PC brigade as it was determined ter be too violent sounding... Wrecsam... meaning 'wreck' 'Sam'..... My only question is/ was Sam a man or a woman????????

    In which case it could be a possible form of wife beating.... VERY offensive 'ence now wonder they changed Wrecsam ter Wrexham - know what am sayin'!!!!!!!!

    Or it could just be named after a drunk called Sam who was wrecked due to enjoying too much drink!!!!!!!!

    Talkin' of which a don't know what the welsh drink?????

    We all know Irish is Guiness, Scots whiskey dram.... And the english alcopops!!!!!!!!!

    So what do the welsh drink!!!!!!!!!!??????

    Soz MTF got carried away... just trying ter say a think yer most correct!!!!!!

  • Comment number 77.

    Talkin' again of welsh again... reminds me of a time when a once met a welsh bloke... complete with bus pass, although for sure this man ain't use buses, who a met at R2!!!!!!!

    And since a had nothing ter be signed a could only get 'is 'graph on me tubemap of me London A terrr Zee.... ALL 100% TRUE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    The man in action 'ere.... A 'ope am like this a 65plus (Ave gotta little feeling a might be, not that am being egotistical but a can just feel it that as am getting older am becoming more of a ladies man, whereas when a was at school.... A wasn't!!!!!!) (weird that - lads who get all the girls at school seem not too in later life... Whereas the ones who didn't... err do!!!!!!) (And ave also noticed ugly kids end up good looking adults whereas goodlooking kids end up ugly adults.... Ave just noticed this all.... The mysteries of life blog friends)

    Where was a????? Oh I yeah me clip of the man who a like ter think by signing me A terrr Zee a bit of 'ow ter be a ladies man 'as VERY much rubbed off on me:

    The clip:


  • Comment number 78.

    Morning everyone

    Loving the Welshness but do wonder if the shoe was on the other foot would the Welsh nation be so gracious towards us, doesnt stop us enjoying it though.

    Bingo think the answer is Toffee Vodka, only because I know that a certain brand is made in Wales but then again think you might find it is a drinks brand that can be described as little grey matter.

    Dozymac so sorry to hear about your purse being stolen by those scumbags.

    I shall be ringing in on CIN too so can you give me a shout in the call centre when you hear that cockneybird has pledged please.

    Off for a curry tonight to celebrate hubbies mates birthday looking forward to no cooking or washing up.

    Rumour is that tempretures may drop next week, brace yourselves every brrrrrr!

    Have a good day

    CB xx


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