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Sea sung ditty

Eeeh you can say what you like about the arts but a good old sing your heart out verse of song can work wonders. They say. How’s this then? Filched from ‘The Campfire Songbook’ by the plagiarisors  at the towers without … Continue reading

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Send down a dove…again

The following ditty is a bit of a favourite here at the towers. It’s re-blogged every few months to keep its content and structure (whoops, seem to have wandered off into bollox land there for a bit) familiar with us … Continue reading

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Baz’s poem

Baz has been on the dog again, it’s not crane hooks this time, it’s poetry. Seems he’s been watching one too many shows on BBC 4 and Sky Arts and is seeking ‘a new direction to voyage his inner self, a … Continue reading

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Port and starboard

The following handy ditty is courtesy of this month’s Viz comic. The tedious conundrum that mariners face remembering which side is port and which is starboard can now be solved by remembering this simple verse. Fankyoo fankyoo Viz! “Starboard’s left? … Continue reading

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The beauty of the words

Here it comes, genius in evidence, prepare to weep the tears of the truly fortunate.   “Jingle jangle Tangle, bong. I’m trying to get ready here, Anyone seen my thong?   Oh well, maybe not.   The luvverlee memsahib-allatsea enjoying … Continue reading

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