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Emile eats the cheese

e North Yorkshire     Mary was sitting at her table reading a piece in the Guardian Family section When she had finished the sad interview with a woman whose son had shot dead 5 children in a school,she tried … Continue reading

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Wondered what she might say next that could offend millions around the globe

While Mary sat in the kitchen on a large pine chair looking at Hotter’s  latest shoe catalogue,Annie was creeping up the garden path in a pair of turquoise suede elegantly heeled shoes matching her teal tencel culottes and matching blouse.Round … Continue reading

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Stan wants a chamber pot for Xmas

Cats by Katherine Stan was recovering from his long feverish cold and cough.He had Emile standing on his desk under the window cleaning it with a microfibre cloth fastened to his right front paw Very good,Emile,he said in a husky … Continue reading

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A polyester jump suit for Mary?

Mary sat in her dining room listening to Sir Michael Atiyah on the Today programme where he was talking about very advanced Group Theory .Many years ago she had known this great man, though he had scarcely noticed her despite … Continue reading

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Cakes and fuzzy logic

  Mary had made a Christmas cake with marzipan but no white sugar icing.Stan was diabetic so she had opted for a middle way.Like some Zen Buddhists.You don’t either cut it completely nor have a 6-inch layer of icing.No, you find a … Continue reading

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I’ll deceive you whenever you wish.

Please set alight as  soon as your pen is working  and you find the japer Be Misrael in a Blair Tee. Don’t keep me banging on like this, whenever, I am ad hoc again. Do I talk too Dutch?Please shell me. My, … Continue reading

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Stan and Mary peer through windows.

After dinner Mary and Stan  often went for a longish walk.They liked to go to a road where the richer people  of Britain lived.,where there were some Georgian houses and one Tudor house. At dusk they would stroll by looking … Continue reading

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I don’t even know where adultery is

 Adultery,  abstract art by Kate Mary was sitting at her desk trying to decide whether to throw out a book called Schrodinger ‘s equation for idiots.The title had more than one meaning, she thought to herself. I think that is … Continue reading

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As if she will ever buy new clothes!

Old sketch by me As the start of the academic year approached, Dr. Rosa Benchez realised she was very behind with her wonderful list of plans.She intended to buy a new wardrobe and studied various treatises such as Plan your … Continue reading

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Try for a sort of controlled uncontrol,then.my dear, he murmured.

And here are Pandora’s socks, Professor Smith, quipped,as the female student in the front row fell asleep whilst sitting upright in a large armchair. And I also have Achilles’ heel here. Now for your project, I want you all to … Continue reading

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