… they put you on the day shift. B. Dylan, Pulitzer and Nobel Prize winner.
It’s a tale of two Philips. Oxford commas, not to be confused with learned lepidopterans, also come in handy when list items house subclauses which may themselves contain the conjunctives and or or: Oxford Colleges include Magdalen, ‘Maudlin’ to the … Read More »
Caught red handed by his photographer wife as two bemused canines look on, a man in the pay of Vladimir Putin – the Guardian’s Luke Harding has confirmed this – brazenly snatches the sun from an evening sky at the … Read More »
Spied on the M1 yesterday.
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Thanks to Donna for this one.
At a certain stage in our passage through life’s rich tapestry, we get to realise a few things. One, everybody’s nuts. (Most of us can more or less feign sanity till we get home to our nearest and so called … Read More »
What’s that you’re saying? Your ringtone for a hearse? Snapped the other day on Bridge Street, Stratford upon Avon.