Monday, December 24, 2007

fairy tale of old york

Dear everyone, here's wishing Strife in the North's very patient and understanding readers a super christmas and superer new year. How grim can it get up north? Am awful lot grimmer if you folks didn't visit and share my sorrow and pain, so thank you, sob. I'm too upset to write anything now so here's a song by Kirsty MacColl's dad. I just hope it doesn't get me into trouble, as he was from Lancashire, sigh...

9 comments:

lady thinker said...

And here's wishing you a very Happy Christmas Rilly dear.

aims said...

The Man and I are still wondering why people like Shane MacGowan....it's a personal thing obviously - or is it always a joke?
I don't know.....

Rilly - every good wish to you during this festive season. May the new year find you living down south?

Mopsa said...

All best wishes for 2008.

Lizzie said...

Dentist! Please!

Rilly - happy new year, sweetie!
Lotsalove Lizzie xx

EmmaK said...

Dear Rilly,
Please tell me you are going to get a proper thorough shag from your husband this new years eve. I believe all your problems would be solved by a multiple orgasm (note, multiple orgasms are only multiple if they occur within a fortnight of each other)
happy new year sexy
xxx

Mr Farty said...

Jesus H! What a blimmin' din!

Merry Ecksmas and that, Rilly! Don't stay away too long next year.

Potty Mummy said...

Am clearly a child (make that teenager) of the 80's as I loved that. But what made it especially great is the hairstyles on show. Can you believe we ever thought that much gel was a good idea?

Happy New Year, Rilly.

Frog in the Field said...

Dear Rilly,
Just tell him you need to go back to London! It's no fun not being happy where you live, no matter haow nice people around you may be. If it's not where you want to be then you'll feel glum, I don't think men understand it.
I felt very unsettled for years because my mother-in-law would mention swapping houses now and again, but no-one would ever discuss anything directly.
Men don't understand the need to feel settled, I think it's a maternal thing?

rilly super said...

thanks ever so chaps. Happy new year to everyone and back in a bit.

love Rilly xxx