Thursday, October 08, 2009

Going For A Thong

My, my. After all that horrid rain yesterday it's a beautiful day today in Ramsgate. How strange the weather can be at this time of year. I'm glad though as I'm WFH today and it's the perfect opportunity to get my smalls out on the line, and about time too. I've been wearing the same thong for three days now. That's one way of making a crust I suppose hehe!

Sxx

11 comments:

Anonymous said...

You are, in fact, Lucy Mail aren't you?

Samantha Clarke said...

After what the cow said about me on the last item I hardly think so, Don.

Besides, I don't eat figs. I prefer sausages.

Eddie said...
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ascu75 aka Don said...

Some one is trying to get me into trouble Samantha I never repeat never blog anonymously if I want to say something I say it but I would never hurt someones feelings so if people want to blog anonymously let em is what I say. But often one has to question the ones who hide their identity as to what it is they are hiding from or who they are hiding behind or maybe that should be what are they hiding behind

Michael Child said...

Don’t let it worry you Sam Michael Angelo wore dog skin socks and only changed them three or four times in his life, so three days is hardly ripe.

Millicent said...

Wasn't it Queen Elizabeth I who only had a bath once a year?

Anonymous said...

Don't fret Don, the use of the comma gave the game away.

Samantha Clarke said...

Uh, sorry Don. I just assume any comments about everyone being somebody else come from you which is quite cute really :-) xx

Anonymous said...

Surely it's not beyond the capability, Don, of your typing dog to learn commands like 'comma', 'stop', 'exclamation' and 'open/close brackets'?
Of course, if you ever want to write those words, you'll be stuffed.

ascu75 aka Don said...

never use punctuation much I type as I talk with two fingers so I salute you who notice with both fingers. un fortunatly if my ability to type gets much worse I will have to get one of those computers that recognises the spoken word it takes me long enough now and if my MS gets much worse I wont be able to do the typing I am able to now still I aint that worried if people dont like what I type lifes to short to care about things like that

Samantha Clarke said...

Good on you Don!