Wednesday, 4 April 2007

Good News.

I have just heard on the news (honestly), that Iran has freed the English sailors.
They have all been given an official pardon. The woman was presented with a G.P.S. device, but said that she didn't want to "Get Pregnant Soon", and that she had a testing kit at home!

I'm off!!

20 comments:

Sally Lomax said...

You are funny!

john.g. said...

The white jacket men are on there way. Ta Sally.

Anonymous said...

Where do you dig up this rubbish? Been talking to "Tigger" again have you?

Keith @ "Smithy Lane"

john.g. said...

Keith, watch the news, most of it's true.

PI said...

Thank Heaven for that!

john.g. said...

Pat, yes it is great news. Especially about the G.P.S. !

Wendz said...

Glad they are free - thats fab news.

But no amount of denial in the world, no overt cover-ups (such as the giving of a GPS) can really hide the truth.....

Men are crap at getting directions.

john.g. said...

Wendz, not as crap as women though.
Ducks.

Beccy said...

Oh John, John, John, however much you say it, however much you protest we still know that men can't read maps and that's why men buy fancy sat nav systems with a blond sexy voice to get them from A to B.

john.g. said...

Beccy, you wont convince me that map-reading is a female domain. lol.

Wendz said...

So how do I manage to find my way around France without GPS yet just about all men I know need a GPS to get from home to work?

You know why? I can read a map. Well.

john.g. said...

Mwaah. Steady,touchy. LMAO!!

Anonymous said...

I'll tell you a secret. John has a GPS on his wheelchair so that he can find his way to the mens toilet!

Well, that's just cooked my goose!

From someone who knows....

john.g. said...

That's MORE than cooked it. I thought you were on my side.

zoe said...

the trouble with men is that they simply will not ask for directions when lost, and this seems to happen a lot. whether they are driving a car or walking around a supermarket/shop, they WILL NOT ASK.

this is where women are far more advanced in getting in and out of shops at a faster rate than men, as are they when driving around.

I've known Q to spend at least an hour getting hot and bothered whilst looking for something in a shop. after five minutes, i have, behind his back, asked if such and such is in stock. impatient and angry, Q wants to leave the shop after an hour. "why?"
"coz they don't have any here."
"yes they do - try the eighth aisle."

it rattles his cage each time. the joy and pleasure i get out of watching men go round and round in cirles is immense.

john.g. said...

Zoe, before i got squashed i was the fastest thing in and out of a shop you;ve ever seen, and i got what i went in for! Nice comment though, ta.

zoe said...

ah, but i bet you always forget something, john. i bet.

john.g. said...

The ex-girlfriend once, she was pissing around wondering what to buy! True, that!

Mr Farty said...

This very day, we popped into Asda on the way home to get "a box of Assam teabags". I like them, ok?

Ninety minutes and ninety-two British pounds later, we finally exited, sans teabags, but with "a few essentials" that Mrs Farty had suddenly remembered. I really should have twigged when she aked me, on the way into the shop, to get a large trolley. Doh!

john.g. said...

Mr. Farty, I know EXACTLY how you feel!!