Posted on By Tim SmithComments Off on The Pub Plan Story
“What do you know about Arabs?” asked Tommy Connolly, landlord, racehorse owner and non-professional, West London living, Irishman. If the youngster Davie Benton was going to be of any use to him, he’d have to know something or two.
George Rugley refuses to talk about the house on the green in the village of Wallington. Save for a petition to have it demolished and the ground on which it stood since 1899 concreted over, George is adamant in his … Read the rest
Once upon a time a vampire came to our block.
We thought he was scary and evil.
He won our trust.
(Although one of us didn’t trust him)
We all became the best of pals.
Then he ate some of … Read the rest
Nobody he knew would have stolen Keith Kinsey’s car. That car was sacrosanct, like his house, his holiday villa on the south coast, his children, his wife, his space at the greyhound track, even his seat at West Ham.
Posted on By TimComments Off on The Youngster Came Around
The youngster came home last night with beer. He had quite substantial amounts of beer in a large crate. He’d been to the supermarket. He’d forgotten to bother purchasing the necessaries for a family weekend in with his ‘partner’.
This is what it was like before I was born. Before I asked you what death was like and before you showed me.
I’d never seen the image of a dead man – a corpse picture let alone the real … Read the rest
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