What with Christmas coming up, and trying to get bedrooms and bathrooms finished for the daughters, there has not been much time for blogging. So here is a pretty silly post.
This goes back to my undergraduate days (how nice to know I wasn't wasting my time, or those scraps of intelligence assigned to me).
It concerns two sentences that say the same thing, but both using completely different words. They are also both alliterative. Which prompts my "How likely is that?". Can anyone come up with two others??
Excuse the language; faint hearted readers may wish to look away.
"Fucked by the filthy finger of fate"
"Doodled by the dirty digit of destiny"
And you can look back now.
Two other snippets concern graffiti in the toilets at University College London. Someone wrote this:
"Being an anarchist means you can spel any way you like".
A day or two later someone, rather wittily in my opinion, added:
"OK, let's start with anarchshit then".
The other bit of graffiti that I thought was pretty good was a scribble above the toilet roll holder, with a sign pointing down. "Sociology degrees - please help yourself".
Well, I was a psychology postgraduate, so I was clearly prejudiced.
Anyway, have a really good break and a happy Christmas or whatever else you would like to celebrate.