Welcome to another episode of 'Massive Feet', the reality series with both a hopefully diminishing main protagonist and, very probably, audience. Firstly, coming immediately after Part III but with two other posts in between, Part IV is part four in Roman numerals, not part I.V., as in 'Bryntin is on an intravenous drip'. Which, given… Continue reading Massive Feet Part IV: In which, nothing happened
Bryntin has long fancied posting a FAQ, or Frequently Asked Questions page and has been waiting patiently for some questions to be asked. Generally the only one he really gets frequently is "What are you doing now?" and comes from Mrs Bryntin. In the absence of any questions, let alone frequent ones, Bryntin decided that… Continue reading Rare FUQ’s
Photo by Marianna on Pexels.com It's a quiet time for British politics at the moment, what with Parliament in recess for the summer holidays because there's nothing important for them to do for a few weeks. Bryntin thought it would be a good time to contact his highly placed mole (the chandeliers needed dusting), the… Continue reading Buckets of Leaks
Yes, it's official. Alexander Boris de Spaffle Johnson is shortly heading for No 10 to choose the new curtains and redecorate. Possibly he will delegate the remodelling task to his current girlfriend, as she has already proved herself to be more than able to cover for him when he's got his eyes elsewhere. Along with… Continue reading Oh, Jolly Eton Japes
Bryntin has the great fortune to be living in an area of the country where there are very few other people to be affected by his existence. This probably makes things generally better for everyone. However, there are other humans to be found in the vicinity. Very often the closest is Mrs Bryntin, who is… Continue reading A Recommended Post on Another Blog (but you have to suffer some of mine to get to it, unless you simply scroll past it)
There is a tradition in blogging that seems to be about the reposting older works on a Thursday. This is officially called 'Throwback Thursday'. I considered why it might be Thursday specifically and I concluded that there are few days of the week that can be attached to an appropriate alliteration. Possibly you could have… Continue reading Throwback Thursday: Effortless posting
With it being a relatively quiet time in UK politics, what with one PM being nearly out and two possible replacements being not quite in, Bryntin thought he'd see what sort of state the state was in, particularly after the state visit of the President of the United States, for which he had already stated… Continue reading Lovers and Loathers.