Marching on snowy ground…

There wasn’t much feedback on yesterday’s ‘blog, it received one ‘like’ – which was a bit surprising as:

 

a) I was under the influence of alcohol when writing it;

 

b) It was incorrect as the beer duty decrease takes effect on Sunday; and

 

c) It barely contained any words

 

…indeed perhaps it’s the fact that I didn’t mention anything that made it so popular? 

 

Anyhow, that’s all for today’s ‘blog. 

 

I’ll be back tomorrow…

 

 

 

Have the ‘likes’ appeared yet?

 

No? Well I might as well carry on then…

 

I was a bit surprised that I didn’t get any correspondence from fans of Jim Davidson after my remark about him in yesterday’s ‘blog – but then I remembered that he doesn’t have any fans. 

 

Anyhow, it’s time to move on to today’s ‘blog… which is about the weather (again). 

 

I was lining up a bit of a streamlined ‘blog again this evening as I was due to watch a German comedian in Manchester (should the phrase ‘German comedian’ not be too much of a contradiction), but his gig was cancelled due to the poor weather – unless it wasn’t actually cancelled and the whole ‘cancellation’ thing it was just another really bad German joke?

 

The comedian in question, the highly amusing Henning When (a man whose name gets changed to ‘Henning When’ by the predictive text on my Blackberry), was instead stuck in Belfast airport where he’d been gigging last night (I presume that’s the case, the reason given for cancellation was that there were no fights in and out of Belfast airport – so it’d be a bit of a poor excuse if his gig last night was in Wigan). 

 

The weather also had dire consequences for many other people, with roads being iced over, schools being closed and businesses having to shut for the day. There was also bad luck for any football fans – the England vs San Marino game went ahead as planned…

 

The game was pretty one-sided though and it really was a case of watching an absolute bunch of useless rank amateurs… playing against San Marino…

 

The game was in fact that easy for England that they could have played with 10 men – or if you like; they could have picked Emile Heskey…

 

Anyhow, whilst the weather may be worse than the idea of going for sushi with a member of the KBG… all is not lost for me as the German comedian Henning Wehn will be doing a replacement gig in Manchester… typical German… insisting on having a sequel after the first attempt messes up…

 

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