Oct 20, 2010
fter a couple of relatively in-depth episodes the gang settle back
into their old routine, loosen their belts and have a good old
natter about the best books to read on the holiest of holes.
Basic practicalities such as portability, absorbency (i.e.
attention spans) and the cloth-touching of family trouser-turtles
are all mulled over and given the serious consideration they
Meanwhile welcome distractions are provided by a hacking cough, the
cheapskate Ambassador of Ferrero Rocher and Blue Peter ladies -
both totty and notty.
Books and authors discussed include The Green Mile, The Yellow
Wallpaper, Robert Bloch, Blood Sword, Leather Goddesses Of Phobos,
Charles Dickens, The Lottery, The Running Man, HP Lovecraft and
Legends. Strangely no mention is made of Wee Jock Poo-Pong McPlop,
for which I apologise.
We do however mention a website from which you can get access to a
whole bunch of free stories online – here’s the link http://freesf.blogspot.com/
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Music is as ever by Steadman - except for the jazzy bit at
the start which came off of some crappy cd I got free with a
cocktail shaker a few years back.
I should probably add that we are giggly and explicit from the
beginning, but not so distasteful as to be graphic. Well, not
that graphic. Wuss. Strap yourselves in, it’s
going to be a bum-py ride.