I've been wondering!!!!
(Terry, I had had to surrender my licence since last Feb. but do hope to get it back next February )
Thanks for your good wishes I have been putting in as many hours as the Staff lately and the Missus has almost got shares in the Car Park ,the amount of cash she as spent the non of which goes to the Hospital. Most of the Carers and Nurses are from Taiwan they were all the same height, all wore glasses and all spoke just basic English, They were very attentive but the Male Nurse (Malaysian i think ) was quite rough pulling out the pipe from my willy. The food was amazing , three full meals a day and as many drinks,( teas, coffee hot chocolate, ) Still i was glad to get out and home
Think we'll leave that Pie and Pint until the New Year, All the Best for Christmas and the New Year.
and Clergymen defrocked,
Does it not follow that
Electricians are delighted,
and Dry Cleaners depressed ?
Florists are deflowered (whoops!)
English teachers are dispelled.
Homeless horses destabilized.
Why is it that with stockings, the longer they are, the closer the top is to the bottom ?
However, I thought I'd like to see who facebook would match me up with in the realms of Movie Stars. This is what it came up with:-
I could never understand why you used so many stage names, Cary Grant, Tyrone Power and John Wayne being some.
You were always good though, even in your Shirley Temple pictures.
And why Boris Karloff was better looking as Frankenstein's Monster than he was in real life.
I also wonder if they did a remake of "Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs" they would have to call it
"Snow White and the Seven People of Restricted Growth"?
For my money though Mickey Rooney was a fantastic actor.
Sadly he was not gifted with a personality.
When I used to go to Saturday Morning Childrens' Cinema, I always used to boo him, probably because I loved Judy Garland.
Warm, gentle manners.
A clear, soft voice.
The sort of person whose company you would enjoy.
One actor summed up all of these qualities..........