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Versatile Blogger Award

8 June, 2012

I feel like a bit of a gatecrasher, I’ve only been here a couple of months so THANK YOU THANK YOU THANK YOU to for the nomination.

Versatile Blogger Award Rules:

1. Thank the person, who nominated you.

Check! See above, and please please make sure you visit her site – you will LOVE it!

2. Tell seven things about yourself.

Okay then…

I live in Southampton on the South coast of England (home port of the Mayflower and the Titanic).

I love the Muppets, and Fozzie is my comedy hero.

Over the years I have been a writer, singer, pub quizmaster, actor, standup comedian, music producer and poet. These have earnt me exactly £20, a fourpack of beer and 2 bottles of champagne.

I started writing when I was about 8 using my Dad’s old typewriter.

I have stayed up all night to watch the results of every UK general election and US presidential election since 1992.

At my funeral I would like Build A Fire by The KLF played as the curtains close around my coffin.

I once proposed to Helena Bonham Carter by post. She declined but did so with a lovely letter and signed pic.

3. Nominate 15 other bloggers.

Well I am pretty new to blogging so I’m not sure I follow 15  others, but I enjoy these and hope you do too:

4. Post the image of the award in your acceptance post.


From → Blogging, Writing

  1. TheOthers1 permalink

    Thank you kindly. I’ll have to figure out a post to thank you properly.

    • Youre welcome! Have you submitted any work yet?

      • TheOthers1 permalink

        I’m working on something for august. I’m trying to find a short/poem I like worth submitting. That’s the hard part. How are the biscuits?

      • This comment was sat in my spam folder for some reason, hence I hadn’t replied!
        Hope something jumps out at you, begging to be sent off. from what i have read of your posts / shorts you are a very good writer 🙂
        A few biscuits, but i have been so busy i havent had time to sit down and write all week. so they are social biscuits (acceptable) not literary biscuits (unacceptable). hoping to find time to write tomorrow, and will try v v v hard to stay focussed and away from the tin.

  2. Thank you. 🙂

  3. Thanks so much! I’ll post soon 🙂

  4. Fozzie is my hero too! I particularly like him in Veterinarian’s Hospital with Janice and Rowlf

    • agreed! and top marks for remembering Janice’s name – she is the one member of the Electric Mayhem that people forget!

      • How could anyone forget Janice?! I’m sure there is something of her in the main character in my latest novel!

      • and i KNOW there is something of fozzie in every funny line i write!

      • I do also have a soft spot for Rowlf… and another favourite of course is Dr Bunsen Honeydew… and Beaker of course! I loved them in “Christmas Carol!”

  5. Thanks much for stopping by my blog and for the follow.

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