Friday, April 30, 2010

East Of The Wantsum

Here's this week's East of the Wantsum (click it to big it). Good to see a mostly positive reception for Margate's favourite daughter in this week's Gazunder, despite her having a couple of knockers.

Right! I'm off to the Arsonists' Playground now to join in the Tracey Emin love-in, so don't expect to hear a Dickie dickie bird for a while, especially as I hear Barnacles now serves Gadds'!

8 comments:

Anonymous said...

BY Gadds young man a couple of knockers you say I want something to hang me hat on

Anonymous said...

seeing Trace and her metropolitan entourage arrive with two blacked out limos for the grand turning on was a real joke.
The neon was pretty underwhelming and if this is the shape of things to come god help us all .

Eddie said...

It's "Gadds'" Dickie, .

Anonymous said...

It's a family affair!

Anonymous said...

It was great to see the pier and parade full of people

Anonymous said...

Yes packed out bars, pubs and restaurants, a good evening.

Peter Checksfield said...

Am I the only person who finds it a bit silly that a neon sign was unveiled during daylight hours? At least that bloke who walked round the boating pool had the sense to wait until the tide went out.

Richard Eastcliff said...

Sorry Eddie. Of course I know it's Gadds'. My only excuse is that I was off my face when I wrote the item and confused my Eddie Gadds' with my Eddie Gilbert's!