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The Seaman

SEAMAN Between the innocence of infancy and the recklessness of adultery comes that unique specimen of humanity known as a seaman. Seamen can be found in bars, in arguments, in bed, intoxicated. They are tall, short, Fat, thin, dark, fair … Continue reading

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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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