Legends from our own lunchtimes

Monday, October 01, 2018

In every nook and Cranny.
Saturday 29th September - Veurne

Newton’s Third Law states (more or less) that for every action there is an equal and opposite reaction.

Therefore it stands to reason that for every bright sunny day we’ve spent out and about and generally having a good time, the things we have neglected or just plain ignored, like cleaning the naval (not a misspelling) lint from the gloomiest corners of the boat’s nether regions, and the accumulated soot and grime in Mr Perkins’ bedroom leave us with a price to pay.

Thankfully that sort of work seems to be so much easier on a bright sunny day, and  today was that day.  So was yesterday as a matter of fact, and we are happy to report that all the hard to reach bits are now sparkling clean and shipshape, even places “where the sun don’t shine”.

1 comment

Vallypee said...

Or as we say here, places where nobody lives. Good for you. A nice spring clean on sunny day makes you feel both virtuous and vivacious ;)

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