Posts Tagged ‘Birthday’

Mack Nuggets

29Sep17

Here’s what I’ve been up to on BOBfm Lately, including; Houseguests from Hell. How do you pay tribute to Hef? Stuff you’ve done at work to make things more interesting. Unusual places to be chatted up. Nigel is an endangered species. Public transport nightmares. A special birthday song. Lisa gets her finger stuck in someone’s […]


Mack Nuggets

02Sep17

Here’s what I’ve been up to on BOBfm lately, including: Tom Cruise in trouble in London. Songs with your name in them. Is Elvis really dead? Electric cars ARE the future. What would you tax? Etiquette faux pas. The last Big Ben Bong. Why Britain is the greatest country on earth. The bathing suite insult. […]


Problematic

03Aug16

“If it’s got boobs or wheels, it’s going to give you problems…” …Or so the old saying goes. – I’d like to add one more item. Looking through my bank statements, I’ve noticed that yes, my car has had a lot of work done lately and Julie’s birthday is coming up but judging by the amount […]


If you were invited to someone’s birthday party, how would you feel if they asked you to pay £150 to be there? That’s what the Queen is doing for her 90th. I agree with Rosie Millard from The Independent, who’s written an excellent article about this PR disaster. The Queen is “inviting” along all of […]


Card Game

18Sep14

The pressure’s on! It’s Julie’s birthday on Monday. I’ve been out to buy her card. One of the card shops had a deal on, “Buy three, pay for two”. Why would I buy THREE YEARS worth of birthday cards? Craic on! Listen to the latest Mack Nuggets at  http://www.mackmedia.co.uk/8th-mack-nuggets-audio-video If you enjoyed this Craic, please […]


Love is Blind

18Jun14

Like most married men, I suffer from a condition known as ‘Domestic Blindness’. D.B. sufferers are unable to find everyday household objects even when they’re right in front of us. I got a great surprise birthday present from Julie. She bought me a Marshall guitar amp fridge. It’s made by the same people that make […]


Father Figure

17Sep13

I don’t think my dad ever understood why I didn’t want to be like him. He was a hard hat construction worker most of his life. He worked as a piping supervisor on petro-chemical plants all over the world, a real man’s man. He used to describe anyone who stood on a stage, in front […]