There was a young man from Hull
Whose train journeys were seldom dull
On his travels to the South, someone would open their mouth
And come out with nothing but bull
Work done he would homeward race
Trying to protect his very own space
He thought the carriage too small, for anyone else at all
So intruders were glared out of the place
Be careful when instilling a sense of duty in your children. In adulthood, this can result in them believing it is their duty to tell you what to do.
My mind is the seat of my will
I keep a hard copy in the study for when relatives need it.
If we were made in God’s image, too bad s/he didn’t have the opportunity to improve the processes of evacuating bodily waste.
In every home that has a man-drawer….
There is a woman who covets it.
Rubbish isn’t what it used to be.
Déjà vu is a waste of a trip!