‘There’s a guy down the coffee shop’ swears coffee shop owner.

Bryntin hadn't written about his regular Monday morning coffee shop visit before posting 'The Meet', largely because the writer hadn't made it up yet and only thought of adding it at the end. As it turns out, it has now been revealed that he normally had a coffee at Lionel Penberthy's place while waiting for …

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Driving Sedately

Bryntin was sedate. He knew this because, while he was driving them home from the cinema, Mrs Bryntin had said  “You drive so sedately.” Bryntin took some small pleasure in this as he was of the opinion that this was meant as a compliment, which, with the words coming from Mrs Bryntin and were about …

Caption Competition: ‘You guessed right George but now I’m using the Ishibushi Quantum Entanglement Elemental Chemical Spectrum Mark Seven Analyser I can also confirm it’s pigeon shit.’

Ah, still got it! (‘It’ being a bit funny sometimes, not the pigeon shit.)

Flibbertigibbet News

WINNER: ‘You guessed right George but now I’m using the Ishibushi Quantum Entanglement Elemental Chemical Spectrum Mark Seven Analyser I can also confirm it’s pigeon shit.’ (from Brytin)

RUNNERS UP

“Yes Bert, definitely a Canada Goose droppings, nothing Russian, we’re okay!” (from Inchcock)

Experts return Barry Chuckle’s car to factory settings in preparation for public sale. (from DavidH)

Historians photograph the last car manufactured in Britain post-Brexit (from SortaLoud)

‘Dave, does this car also do topless?’  (from PaulofBrum)

This month’s photo come courtesy of: bbc.com

DATE: 1st Sept 2018

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The Meet

"Ah, here he is." Bryntin stood up and stuck a hand out to shake the oncoming well-tailored man’s extended hand. "Sir Norman, pleased you could make it. This is Barrington Higginbottom,” Bryntin waved towards the other figure sitting at the table,  “He's a Private Investigator." "Pleased to meet you Barrington. In the flesh as it …

Free cake.

"Barrington, we have a mystery." Bryntin slid a picture over the table to Barrington who was sitting on the opposite side with a steaming coffee mug and a generous slice of Mrs Bryntin's banana and walnut loaf. "We certainly do," Barrington said, "I haven't got any children but apparently I'm the best dad in the …