Inchcocks First Accident On His Bike!

It’s A Funny Old World

Working out at Worksop,
At the Nottingham Co-op,
I nibbled chips and a rollmop,
Wanted to get home at the gallop,
To watch Hettie Winthrop,
Fog so thick, I couldn’t see the bus stop,
Avoided it on my bike, and I was off,
Traffic bad kept coming to a stop…
At the bend near the tuckshop,
Things were at a dead stop…
Kerbed it, bike went over the treetop,
Me down the hill,  in a mangled flop,
Later being found by a traffic cop,
Bloodied, shaking, all of a quop,
Officer took me to the cop shop,
I don’t want to name drop…
Yootha Joyce was there, drunk as a sop,
And this is not a codswallop!
She hiccuped and did a bellyflop!
To me, she was the cream of the crop!

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This is the actual bike before the Accifauxpas… Hehehe!

TTFNski!

4 thoughts on “Inchcocks First Accident On His Bike!

  1. Now that is a most excellent, and funny old world ode. I looked up Yootha Joyce. An unknown actress to me, but it looks like she was popular in good old England. She despised her name, could not play or sing, but went on and made it anyway.

    • Cheers, Tim.
      A quickie question, Sir. I think there was a way fo sop the optioms bar from disapearring when I scroll down? I have to keep going all hte way back up to change font sty[e, colour etc?

      • I don’t know how to lock edit bar. If I use the classic editor it’s really variable it it stays or not. I think whatever script WP are using to fix the Edit Bar is deprecated, and it doesn’t work right in newer browsers. If all you are doing only the Ode, try the blockhead editor. The edit menu is on the right side of the screen all the time for changing fonts, bold, italic, etc.

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