Category Archives: Jokes

Chapter 6 – What happens next?

They sat together in the Great Hall. Now they were seven, Queen Dillberry would have to play keyboards. Rooty toot toot! The pondering had long since finished and all seven were now deep in dialogue. Peter was more than happy … Continue reading

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Chapter 5 – Of Gold mines and magic undies.

The sextet could have formed a magical jazz band. Innocent would have to be the drummer what with being fat and lazy, with Greg on the double bass – his overlong arms and squat legs made him ideal to handle … Continue reading

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Chapter 4 – Bearing Our Souls.

It was now a delight to be in the presence of the newly perfumed King, in the Great Hall with its Great Walls and Great Columns and Great Roof and Great Gargoyles. Add to that the  of the three most gorgeous … Continue reading

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Chapter 3 – In the Court of the King with the Crimson Face.

It turned out to be much easier than ever to find their way there, to the Great Hall in the Great Castle in the Great City of Setebos. They did turn left and enter door number three. From there they … Continue reading

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Chapter 2 – Desperately seeking Innocent.

It was a relatively short, though oppressive walk to the City of Setebos. The woodland clung to their breath as they toddled along in search of forgiveness and a potential cure. The sky looked down gravely on the heroes, overcasting … Continue reading

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Last Supper

And it came to pass that they were having a glass or two of vino. Jesus looked but only saw 11 disciples. Yet in the place of Judas was a six pack of Guinness. “What is that?” “That´s Judas´Carry out” … Continue reading

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Sad tale number 2

It is with great sadness that I have to relate the story of the death of my beloved Headmaster, Mr Christopher Peacock. He was, as usual, interfering in a part of the school he knows nothing about, trying his best … Continue reading

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