“That’s it!” said Piglet. “I’m leaving Twitter now Elon Musk has bought it!”
“So what will you do?” asked Pooh.
“I don’t know,” shrugged Piglet. “I guess I’ll just have to tell Christopher Robin he looks like a girl to his face…”
Just finished writing my first children’s book, Noah No One and the Night of the Weredrobe (basically, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory meets Stranger Things meets the IKEA catalogue!)
This is the first page, if you’re interested…
I’ve never been remotely religious and I fully understand the many serious issues people have with the Catholic Church but a few years ago I was fortunate to have an audience with the Pope (not as funny as Billy Connolly) and this moment from today’s Easter mass sums him up…
“That’s a nasty scar you’ve got there!”
Harry smiled and said nothing. He’d been collecting his pension at the same counter in the same post office every fortnight for the past eight and a half years and every single time, Mrs Wainsprite had said the exact same thing.
“If you could be anywhere right now, where would you be?” asked Piglet.
Pooh thought very hard, then said, “I can’t think of anywhere better than being right here with my very best friend in the whole wide world! How about you?”
“Vegas,” said Piglet.