mercoledì 14 febbraio 2018

Introducing 'The Fill In When There's Really Nothing To Say Curmudgeon'.

"Hi, I'm the latest addition to The Curmudgeon Inc. stable and, because I'm such a special Curmudgeon, The Curmudgeon has jacked it up so that I can introduce myself on Richard'as Bass Bag.* Well, they have got much more readers than us."


The Fill In When There's Really Nothing To Say Curmudgeon

"Yes, I give my permission 
for him to appear here."

"I've just finished my first post - HERE - and I have many wonderful ideas for posts. Here are a few I'm working on:
  • Watching the tides go in and out.
  • How often people move when they are sleeping - in real time.
  • Growing cabbages.
  • The life cycle of a turnip.
  • 15 things you can do with snake droppings.
  • Do shadows obstruct the sun's power?
  • The parts of a banana.
  • How to measure rectangular things.
  • How to empty a letterbox.
I guess I first got interested in blogging when I read a post by The Curmudgeon about a very bad storm he experienced up north. It came to a nail biting conclusion when an outside chair was blown over. I try to use this wonderfully exciting post as my inspiration when I'm thinking up posts. I think it is fair to say that so far it is working for me. I'll obviously be showing up on The Curmudgeon's blog, but I may post a few here as well. Sit back and enjoy."






* the original bass bagging site

2 commenti:

THE CURMUDGEON ha detto...

You forgot about :

Changing the strings on a double bass
Worrying about what colour strings to put on a violin.
Wondering why a frog is on a double bass
How to sleep while doing relief teaching while appearing to be awake
How to polish off the good wine and fill up the empty bottle with cleanskin rubbish without Shelley seeing
Commenting on Robert's blog - oh, sorry, that's not necessary as it's not happening.

THE CURMUDGEON ha detto...

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