mercoledì 11 luglio 2018

My dad could beat your dad in a fight.

Have you ever noticed that, when The Curmudgeon whinges and moans, he sounds like a school boy? Sometimes he even claims that words are spelt incorrectly.

"Our house is bigger 
than your house."
Have you noticed that all those people at The Curmudgeon Ink never all post at once?
If you want exaggeration, The Curmudgeon Ink is a series of posts you should check out.

"We had a huge storm last night and this outside
chair was blown over!"
What gets me is that Robert works hard to support this old age pensioner by paying taxes and all he seems to do is play tennis, fall down banks at golf clubs (probably pissed) and post pathetic little blog posts.


I guess what really gets to me is that, while he's doing all this, I'm busy practising my instruments, writing quality posts, drinking Chardonnay and taking pictures of my two German bows.

Aren't they cute!

I guess that what I'm trying to say is that The Curmudgeon needs one thing in his life...


Substance is why the posts that come out of Richard's Bass Bag* are so enjoyed by people of all ages, beliefs and sizes.

Okay, I'm off to do more amazing things - like practise my violin and make dinner for Shelley - lucky woman!

See you later when I'm not so busy.

* the original bass bagging site

3 commenti:

Robert ha detto...

As I cleaned I found a cartoon under a fridge. It was Snoopy.
I read it quickly but it was the better of my dubiousness.
Snoopy was contemplating why he never changed year after year concluding he was consistent.

THE CURMUDGEON ha detto...

Whinge (with an 'h') is the correct spelling.

The 'h' is important as otherwise you would be known as Ricard : -

"Ricard is a pastis, an anise and licorice-flavored aperitif, created by Paul Ricard in 1932."

Which is almost like a Richard: -

Pastis - 'pissed as', 'pasty', - yes, that's about right.

Anise - 'anus' - yep, nearly there.


Richard (of RBB) ha detto...

I'll spend a bit of time trying to work out which of these two comments makes more sense.