Saturday, 25 February 2017
This came from 'Punch', which was supposed to be funny but wasn't very. In a way it's one of only two or three memorable jokes it produced in about 150 years.
However, it does describe my day;
Vicar's wife: Now that you can't get about and are not able to read, how do you manage to occupy the time?
Rustic man: Well, mam, sometimes I sits and thinks and then again sometimes I just sits.
By Gunning-King, 24 October 1906, Volume 131, page 297.
Oh well, at least I kept my sense of humour.
I've been resting my back (which hurts) in the hope it may start to heal up a bit.
(a don't stop till you drop production)
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