Tuesday, 15 April 2014

Midway Musings

Sinkingship is meant to be a place where weary souls come to flex their laughter muscles or at the very least smirk or even just use our page as a smokescreen for when the "other half" walks in unexpectedly whilst you were "investigating some research for a book you are collaborating with certain 1970's TV celebrities.....officer!"

Either way, you are here and that;s what counts.

This post is our MID WAY point through the A to Z Challenge and what better way to commemorate this fact than a little poem to recap what we have learnt so far.....

In the beginning we met Arnold
in his corner shop
Then came along a little bee
who's sneezing could not be stopped.

We chose our own adventure
And listened to THE EDGE
who really hates that lad Bono,
but now he's got it off his chest.

We have had some celebrity feedback
and the Professor, who will save the day
and Henry Hut - The truth wizard
a man who's always got something to say!

There is still time to join in with the joke song
a sure fire to impress all your friends
And the sad passing a Koi Carp man
A true hero until the very end.

A just yesterday a song about Lesbians
A sing-a-long ditty for all
as for the rest of the alphabet
come back tomorrow for more!


  1. Very impressive indeed. . . . . . . . . . Poor old Koi Carp Man . . . . .we miss him, his succulent white flaky flesh and crispy crunchy batter . . . .

    Half way means we only have half as much to do and we can return to normal and important blogging . . . . . . PHEW..

    Is tomorrow the N'd of the World . . . . . . .. . . . . . .HAH AHH AH HA HAH AH HA HHAH AH AH AH AH AH HAH AHAH HAHAH AH HA HA HA HH ha ha ha ha ha

    1. Tomorrow is indeed the N word, but only because it is a word that begins with N and not the naughty word, because that is their word and not ours. It's very similar to the word Ginnel which is a northern word used solely by northerns and only northerns. Nobody else is allowed to use it BECAUSE THAT IS OUR WORD!


    2. I would like to think all poetry on the internet now is due to my inspiration, but it has been pointed out to me that William Wordsworth, Keats and Shakespeare were born long before I was. Apparently my argument that they could not have posted anything on the internet until about the eighties, so they nicked my ideas, is stupid. Northern words do sound better that Southern words. . . . Welsh words sound good but are hard to say or understand although I do know . . . Twll dîn pob Sais . . . means The English are Bottoms (sort of if you get my drift).

  2. I love a recap. I can't wait til the end for the best of show.


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