Richard Corke took a sabbatical from work, so he could ‘find himself’. Whilst he was happy with the result, it turns out everyone else was less than impressed.Continue reading “Middle-aged man goes to 'find himself' and discovers he's some kind of 'c**t'”
A period of mourning has begun, for a middle-aged, South London woman’s dress sense.
Style experts decreed, that the ‘final loss of fashion pulse’, was recorded at three o’clock GMT, when the victim entered Clarkes shoe shop.I can’t believe that it has come to this!
Ian Napton hadn’t seen his mate Andy for a while, so they agreed to meet for ‘a quick one’ after work. Both assured family, friends and work colleagues that they’d just meet up for an hour, have a couple of pints befroe heading home to enjoy a busy weekend with their families.
Gillian Napton takes up the story “They turned up at four in the morning, completely legless. Ian was hungry so he tried to make cheese on toast, he ruined the grill, trashed the kitchen and set off the fire alarm. The prats then fell asleep watching Bullseye re-runs. If he says, ‘Here’s what you would have won!’ one more time I’ll swing for him. A quick one my arse! they’ve spoiled the whole family’s weekend.”Chin! Chin!
Neanderthal, Jan Naptonmann, was declared fit for work after ATOS undertook an ‘At Home’ inspection of the 150,000 year old, Welsh resident.
Although, the DWP acknowledge his wide range of health problems, they say they aren’t a barrier to him getting a job. The Inspector feels withdrawing benefits would give Jan the motivation he needs to find employment. Continue reading “Neanderthal declared fit to work by ATOS”
The lavish hit west-end musical; The Poor, Poor Waitress on Benefits, has received unanimous acclaim for is portrayal of a young woman in an inner city, working 70 hours a week on minimum wage whilst trying to raise her pet Chihuahua.
The middle classes have praised its gritty unflinching realism, of a life without avocado and poached quails eggs for breakfast. Continue reading “Middle classes empathise with the poor after paying £250 for a seat at the theatre”