Monday, 28 December 2015

The bridge

We are now crossing the perineum between Christmas and New Year, and today I reluctantly go back to work.

Looking up the correct spelling of that word on Google will probably be the most fun I will have today. I am not in an optimistic mood.

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  1. Isn't that somewhere twixt periphery and periwinkle?

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  2. Lateral thinking at its best to call the bridge between Christmas and New Year the perineum. How delightful of you to give me cause to plunge deep into a reverie about my very own sweet and delicate perineum. On reading the google description of the male one I decided to leave it at that.

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    1. If it were not for the subject matter, I would have sworn you had given a guest post to the Hattats.

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    2. My perineum required some decorum. Whilst following Arsenal on Twitter tonight I spoke to Jane. All is well with the Hattatts, just taking a blog break for a little while.

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    3. Oh good. They didn't even respond to my last reference to Iford Manor. I cannot take credit for the perineum reference. Someone else came up with it.

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    4. When I went to bed I thought what a mad world of blogging I live in, reference perineum.

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  3. Keep jolly Tom. Only another six days to go and we can all return to normality.

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    1. Well, as Cro seems to have pointed out, 'normality' differs greatly between us.

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  4. That word just brings back childbirth to me. I haven't yet reached the bridge and am still in Christmas mode ..... still more green Chartreuse to be drunk !! XXXX

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    1. For me, it brings back the times when my bicycle chain broke uphill. Stuffing a melon up my arse is the closest I will ever get to experiencing childbirth, and I'm not going to do that.

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  5. It's the "taint" of the year!!! Haha!

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    1. Yes, I found that word and didn't understand where it came from - surely arse-holes are more tainted?

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    2. The origin of the word taint...

      It t'aint ass and it t'aint balls (or vag)...

      ahem. Now I'm blushing.

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  6. We swab perineums at work everyda for MRSA

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    1. You don't half see some shit John.

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    2. I swab them every day just for the fun of it.

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    3. "Ahoy, you gland-lubbers!!!!!!!!!'

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