Twitterings: 29th May-4th June

by Quinn

  • Friday morning Pavement lyric #3: “Man-made deltas and concrete rivers, the south takes what the north delivers.” [#]
  • To North Wales! Quick! Before the sun goes in! [#]
  • Buying a bucket and spade in Llandudno is more difficult than you’d think, now that Woolworths has closed. [#]
  • David Cameron: “I’ve just seen a tabby cat, called Toby, playing with string. And this can only strengthen my call for a General Election.” [#]
  • @Nosemonkey Fame indeed. How does it feel to know that your every utterance was monitored by a BBBC blogger with his finger on a stopwatch? in reply to Nosemonkey [#]
  • Whenever I hear someone moan about how they’re constantly receiving poor customer service, I suspect they’re an unreconstructed knobend. [#]
  • Son’s 6th birthday party and associated mass tidy-up is finally over. Think I’ll unwind with a can of Stella and The Archers. [#]
  • The best thing about election day is that church is cancelled. [#]
  • [via del.icio.us] How to flip your house; good advice for all those who want to stay just “within the rules” like all those dastardly MPs. Information supplied courtesy of…why…the MPs scourge the Daily Telegraph! Via Small Differences. http://tr.im/n1xQ [#]
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