iWell, although OH, TS and I thought we were in France, Breezy apparently thought we were in Greece!
We had moved their chickens and coup down to our garden yesterday afternoon, and, as they are heading off on Tuesday morning, thought it would be good to have some drinks and nibbles in the evening.
It was a good laugh, as usual we put the world to rights, discussed everything that could be discussed and laughed a lot, then I brought some food through from the kitchen. Now, I don't think that Breezy didn't like it, as she was tucking it like the rest of us, but, in a blur she threw her plate up in the air and smashed it on the floor!!! It was hilarious!! She was all apologetic, TS was saying 'what the feck happened there?' OH was saying 'whats going on' and I was rushing for a cloth in case the broken plate had cut her hand. TS took her glass off of her, saying that she had to ask for a drink and he would pass it to her, and she was just to sit still. We think she had a mental abberation and thought she was in Greece! This photo is Breezy doing her 'no photos' by the paparazzi' impression.
After a while OH put a programme we had recorded about the music from the 1970's. Being of a similar age we all remembered it fondly. As each artist came on screen their were cries of 'oh I loved them/him', or 'oh no, I hated them/him'. Well all was going well, when David Essex came on screen and Breezy and I said that we liked him, OH and TS said 'yuk' or words to that effect, and I said 'well you wouldn't kick him out of bed, would you', mainly to Breezy to be honest/ Well the 2 blokes disagreed vehemently, and went into vivid discriptions of what they would do and how they would react if the aforementioned man was sneaking up behind them 'tool in hand' so to speak!!!!!!!!! Breezy and I wouldn't have minded.
Of course, any programme on the 70's music scene in England it not complete without Top of the Pops and TS's favourite Pans People. Now for those of you that don't know, Top of the Pops was compulsive viewing in the 70's as it showed all the major bands of the time. One song each week was danced to by an all girls dance group called Pans People. Tall, leggy girls in sometimes skimpu, sometimes bizzare outfits dancing strange dance routines. TS came out with a wonderful comment to the effect of 'actually, when you watch them properly, they were crap', followed by the best one ever 'mind you, I always used to watch them with a stiffy!' Well, we howled and sprayed our drinks over the room. OH didn't comment, but I suspect it was the same for him too.
All in all a great evening, they are wonderful company, both with wicked sense of humour as I'm sure you have guessed from their blogs.
I have been down this morning and let their chooks out, and they have laid 2 eggs already - breakfast here I come.