Thank you Mr Christie

Presenting Jimmy Christie witn a Blue Peter Cloth Emblem

I wrote a few years ago about the 25th anniversary of the Larne Grammar School Conservation Society, which was formed in response to the Blue Peter Christmas Appeal that year. The society started with a recycling campaign but grew very quickly to include clean ups, tree planting, education, and all sorts of other activities. Nearly […]

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Supermarket Jokes

unexpected item

The topic for this week’s puns and one liners is Supermarket Jokes. As normal, these come with no guarantee of hilarity or originality…       Standing in the supermarket, I wasn’t sure which pasta to buy. Then the penne dropped.   My local supermarket is selling superhero toiletries for kids, like Batman shampoo. I’m […]

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Kitchen Jokes

counter fitting

This week’s puns and one liners take the form of kitchen jokes. As normal, they come with no guarantee of hilarity or originality…     What do Santa’s elves cook with in the kitchen? A u-tinsel.   One of my kitchen utensils seems to be playing classical music. Think it’s the Chopin board.   When […]

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Jewellery Jokes

Planning to start a jewellery business

This week’s puns and one liners take the form of Jewellery Jokes, although don’t expect to find too many gems in here.  As normal they come with no guarantee of hilarity or originality…     Planning to start a jewellery business. If you want to help, give me a ring.   My girlfriend wasn’t happy […]

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BTCC Thruxton Rounds 2018

Jake Hill on the BTCC grid at Thruxton 2018

After a damp and cool visit to Donington Park, the BTCC Thruxton Rounds 2018 were entirely different, at least from a meteorological perspective, with beautiful blue skies and sunshine the order of the weekend yet again for the series annual visit to Hampshire. The support series at Thruxton were the Renault Clio Cup, British F4, […]

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