and found out more about how to play the eastenders board game
apparently the rules are “real easy to ‘earwig’ (Twig - understand)” the booklet is riddled with this sort of thing
and on of the squares reads “loansharking demands payment - hide in allotment shed”
Ok here is a good extract:
"As they all know down at Albert Square, life is a funny old thing. Just when things are going well it’s got a habit of getting up and smacking you in the face. Even so, everyone seems to muddle through one way or another. Mind you, some people do seem to take liberties along the way and end up having a few ‘scrapes’ (troubles)."
savanna replied to your post:I want to sit on a seat that has naturally formed…
I had a rock chair as a child, but I had the great privilege of being able to return to it many times.
That’s nice, I’m glad to hear that. I have to say I’m a bit peeved that I can’t remember where my rock seat is but I can remember where I was in the same park when a ladybird landed on my hand and did a wee on it.
I want to sit on a seat that has naturally formed on the side of a crag
basically like I used to do in holyrood park
one time I had been away from it for a long time and I went back to try to find it but I failed and I thought maybe it just looked completely different when I was smaller or maybe plants had grown over it anyway I miss my rock chair
divination replied to your post:I actually quite liked the French entry but…
is it a warning bc paris didnt win to host the olympics
ooh there’s a thought
a subtle dig at london/britain
‘you may have gotten the olympics but our eurovision entry could literally be a band of grunting and belching gymnasts doing cartwheels and flipping off the audience and we would still get more points than you’
defeat spelled out in a french accent!!!
let it cut into your soul
fuck your olympics LONG LIVE OUR ACROBATIC FRENCH BOTTOMS