Black humour

I like cats.  So does my wife.  In fact she really likes cats.  So much so, there’s not a day goes past when I’m not asked to get one.  Of course, all the while we’re in London we won’t, so to lighten the impending bout of sadness that ensues after saying ‘no’ I always try and lighten the conversation with a cat joke . . . like, “how do you make a cat go woof?”.  Sometimes though, I just don’t think my wife has a sense of humour!

Which is why this next entry is of great interest.  It involves a cat . . . well, a kitten really.  And a sense of humour.  This was not my job but someone else’s.  The person told me about this for my blog a few years ago and it happened a while before then.  The only reason I’ve not put it up so far is because my wife forbade me to do so – due to it’s graphic content and outcome.  So, please read on – but remember, I am merely relaying the events through the medium of “artistic writing”.  Make your own mind up on the ethics side of things!

A cute little kitten . . . aaaawww Continue reading

Triangular Bandage – part 2 . . .

“It really hurts”

The young teenager cried and looked sorry for herself.  She’d been attacked in the street by some older lads – they’d repeatedly struck her with scaffold padding and she’d inevitably held up her arms in defence.  Now, back at her home she was complaining of immense pain in one of her forearms.  There were no obvious signs of a break and she had good movement in her hand and arm.  However, feeling sorry for the poor girl I uttered my next suggestion without first considering it’s inevitably disastrous consequences . . .

“Would you like me to put your arm in a sling?”

Just how does this little object cause so much grief!!! Continue reading

Update . . .

Again, I appear to have left it a long while before writing another blog.

I think I’ll just concede to the fact that entries will be sporadic and a bit like the buses . . . you wait for ages then three all come at once.

Apologies for the delay . . . here’s a simple one and  more will follow – honest!