Thursday, April 21, 2005

Well Blogger That

I cannot even post a comment on my own blog! In case you're still interested Ed the furniture is mine and I have five reasons for wanting to burn it.

  1. It is crap.
  2. Less furniture means easier cleaning. i.e. no sofas to pull out
  3. Less beds is a brilliant reason not to have overnight guests.
  4. I don't want the crap in our new abode.
  5. Everybody likes a bonfire.
Now to try a comment to see if Blogger allows it.


Nelly said...
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Nelly said...

Blogger appears to be allowing me to post a comment. It also allowed me to delete one. Which is good.

Unknown said...

Note to Nelly: remove furniture from house before setting them on fire.

Nelly said...

Thanks mquest - I don't know what I'd do without all the good advice I receive on this blog. I'm going to plan by bonfire site today.

Anonymous said...

Isn't it the marching season over there in the colonies? Don't the locals burn such things on roads? Or is that just Ahoghill?

I expect to see you on the ten o'clock news, standing in front of a barricade of your old sofas and tables, shouting anti-Mille-and-Spyde sentiments.

Nelly said...

No this is to be a private bonfire for as you know I hate to draw attention to myself. Now you must excuse me as I have work to do. Effigies of Gerry Adams and Ian Paisley don't make themselves y'know.

Anonymous said...

Effigies of Gerry Adams and Ian Paisley don't make themselves y'know.

Yes they do! Sure they're spouting on lampposts all over the place! Why, only this morning, upon opening my curatins, I was greeted with the big, bald, bearded head of Alex Maskey. And I swear it wasn't there last night, so they must be growing in place.


Nelly said...

Ah but that is Belfast where there are effigy-making workshops all over the place. Here in the sticks we have to make them ourselves.