Friday, November 10, 2006

From Gloucestershire with love

It's always a delight to receive photos and stuff (and fluff) from the reader (singular). So I must thank my Gloucestershire correspondent Rachael 'Stretch' Armstrong for taking this marvellous photo while out and about in her shire, and subsequently transmitting it to my pocket-sized telephonic device via the wonders of SMS.

I'd like to comment on it in some way, but I'm at a loss for thoughts.

Whatever can it mean?

11 Comments:

Anonymous Laura said...

It would be more like
<---SMACK £15 up here.

November 15, 2006 8:01 pm  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I'm particularly confused by the semicolon.

November 16, 2006 3:26 pm  
Blogger Paddy said...

I'm most confused by the little horse on the arrow sign. Is it a sign to the horses or for horses.

November 20, 2006 10:54 pm  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

The horse is in the fashion of cave art. Perhaps it was drawn by a neanderthal man. But then he wouldn't work in sterling. At least we're still trading in the pound..wait until we convert to the euro. Then the price of muck will go sky-high. And that small horse won't be the one causing us restless nights. Stock-up on filth whilst you can afford to.

November 21, 2006 5:04 pm  
Blogger Paddy said...

Oh here she comes, the Gloucs one herself, pseudo-galloping over the brow of the hill like some scene from the Holy Grail. Indeed the debate surrounding this peculiar photo rumbles on.

You forgot to mention that with the expansion of the EU and subsequent liberalisation of trade barriers the muck market is being flooded with imports, many of them of inferior quality to good British muck. None of this foreign muck for me.

November 22, 2006 1:57 pm  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Update.
The price of muck has been slashed in true Christmas 'catch-it-while-you-can' sale fashion. Muck markets in Gloucestershire now stand at two bags for a pound.
I am willing to take orders via this highly entertaining website.
Paddy, you don't get a cut of the transactions. You may peddle filth on this blog of yours but quite frankly you have done nothing to help sales of muck.

December 29, 2006 10:27 pm  
Blogger Paddy said...

Next time you're up in the Dales you must bring some of that cut price Gloucestershire muck up with you. They're predicting a muck famine in the north over the next few months. Locally-based muck producers are being forced out of business and the prices are rocketing up here. The muck industry is the only one currently going against the traditional trends of the north/south divide.

December 31, 2006 12:47 am  
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