Antonio Oho dreamed of flying.
So what, you might say, so do millions of others, they buy a ticket and go.
I’ll start again. Continue reading →
There was a man called Doug Holz who worked for the national library in a country that I’d prefer not to mention because I don’t know which one it was.
His job was officially: ‘The Name Giver to persons, articles and written materials in need of referral’. Continue reading →
The reason that some girls snicker, is that boys are funny.
Not funny, like boys think they are. Continue reading →
TThere was a man who spoke the wrong language his name was Nitrogen Peroxide, and don’t ask, it’s just a coincidence, it was nothing to do with interesting chemicals.
He gets so tired of that dumb question that you didn’t ask.
And yes, he was blonde. Continue reading →
The Spwinkle Fairy lived in the darkest corner of the old Blinkinrainagain Railway Station.
She was a loner.
She loved to hang out in and dark and damp places. Continue reading →
There was once a King called King King because that was also his surname.
King King had only one child, a daughter, Princess Kong King who was too beautiful to look at. Continue reading →
Randolph the rhinoceros was always in trouble.
Nobody would invite him to parties. Continue reading →
Bill Druck drove a truck but he was out of luck, because his arms were too long and his legs were too short.
Everybody made corny jokes about short sleeves on long jackets, doing up your laces without bending over and some rude ones about his name and ducks. Continue reading →
Egret and her husband Larry, were casually climbing the unknown side of the other Mt. Everest when they came across a black curly gaboodle.
It was prancing across the rocks gaily.
It was not Gay; you’re thinking of it’s sister. Continue reading →
The man who remembered more than what happened to him, lived all alone with his memories. Continue reading →