About

Facts about the author.

  • Retired from working many years before he retired
  • Is currently male, 52 and wears a hat
  • Bryntin is a nom de plume for another bloke, who’s not French
  • Sleeps more than average
  • Knows a little about something, nothing about a lot and completely makes up the rest
  • Is a fan of making up words and is confident most dictionaries will catch up with him soon
  • Has no fear of completely contradicting something he said ten minutes ago, let alone last week
  • Is generally not religious but still says ‘Bless you’ and offers his handkerchief if you sneeze and generally even finds a clean patch on it before he hands it over
  • Generally loves both fiction and love friction
  • Lives in Cornwall on the big toe at the bottom of the British Isles

Bryntin formerly appeared to write a blog called ‘The Bryntin Project’, then became a character in ‘The Bryntin Project’ and then it all got very complicated and he couldn’t cope any more and eventually he disappeared up his own tailpipe while wearing a straitjacket and muttering about cheese.


Bryntin has a fluctuating Twitter presence, having had an account three times before but which he deleted after it all getting too much for him each time. However, he is currently on top of it, he thinks, so is currently newly on Twitter if you also do that and want to follow him. @bryntinish


Bryntin is entirely a fictional creation of Bear R Humphreys who is also a bit of a photographer and can be found at cornishbearsphotos.com

7 thoughts on “About”

  1. You followed me and you aren’t a ghost… I think, though your profile is sure spooky given in places it could be me but then you ruin in by not being me and unspooking myself. Am I witterwatering again? Still I’m here in response to the follow and will definitely follow back because I need to keep you in plain sight in case you become me and then I’d be following myelsf and there has to be a word for that.

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    1. Yes, some followers arrive with no existential problems at all you know but you seem to have made a head start.
      I thought it about time that I read your blog having seen your commenting popping up on others I read.
      Welcome and I hope you find something you like here.

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  2. How lovely… we have a few things in common.
    Well, almost in common.
    Or common like.
    Maybe common adjacent?

    I’ve been known to mutter about cheese, know a lot about nothing…and my father summered in Cornwall as a boy.
    Close enough…eh?

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    1. Ah, yes.
      It is sort of leetspeak, substituting the 4 for ‘for’ (that’s not a complicated phrase, is it?) from the more recognisable ‘FFS’.
      Thus, written in full ‘Oh, for fucks sake’
      Apologies if you are of a sensitive nature.

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      1. I’m not (but there are some queer folks around these parts, never can tell who might be reading this tripe…).

        I see now! Thank you for putting me out of my misery 🙂

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