Thursday, 18 June 2015
More Writers Block, More Gibberish, Another day on King Street. . . . . and a Polar Bear
I have spent the day in a grey office not the sun so Persistent Writers block has become Chronic Writers block. It may be the other way round depending on which you think sounds worse. But I feel I am left with little option but to revisit the good folk of
King Street; a
street where little happens of interest allowing me to write more gibberish.
Very little of interest happens on
so it did not go entirely unnoticed when Mary or Auntie Mary as she was known
to all on the street was seen pushing a large fibreglass Polar Bear balanced
precariously on an old pram. Do you want
a hand Auntie Mary said Mrs Jones her next door Neighbour, the pair of
them struggling to get the life size Polar Bear up the stairs and into Mary’s
As they sat it down looking out of the window Mrs Jones’s curiosity finally got the better of her. . . What exactly do want a life-sized Polar Bear for? she asked.
Well its that Mr Hamilton over the road he keeps peering at me at night through his windows so I got this, I know he hates Polar Bears. And I have had it modified in the watch repairers in the high street. . . .
Modified ? Replied Mrs Jones looking with interest at the huge beast.
Yes it has lights in its eyes Look. . . Mary turned a switch on the side of the bear and its eyes glowed a sinister red. . . .
Its Winking said Mrs Jones it must have a dodgy connection in the wiring.
AH . . . WELL it growls as well said Mary turning another switch
But as she did so, rather than growl it made the sound of a large cuckoo clock. . .Are you sure that is right asked Mary rather alarmed by the sight of a winking Polar Bear going cuckoo . . . . cuckoo . . . . cuckoo . . . cuckoo . . . cuckoo . . . cuckoo
It was the nearest thing to a growl the watch repairers had in the shop was Mary’s response.
And it appears to be smiling said Mrs Jones
I know it a bloody nuisance that, but I could not find one that snarled said Mary
That night as darkness fell and Mr Hamilton wandered up to bed and he went to close his curtains he noticed a face. Well I should point out it is important to know Mr Hamilton has terrible eyesight and hearing so it was hard for him to work out who it was. It was certainly Auntie Mary’s bedroom window he thought and whoever it was, was smiling at him. Waving back he was responded to by winking and a muffled sound of Cooooo . . . . . Coooooo . . . . well it was a bit of a shock as Mr Hamilton thought Mary had always disliked him. So it was that the following morning as Mr Hamilton headed off to work and spotting Mary he felt confident enough to give here a cheeky wink and a quick pinch on the bum. Well Mary was so annoyed that she went up to her bedroom and attempted to kick the Polar Bear down the stairs.
Later as she was approached by the doctor at the hospital he asked her what had happened to which she said. I kicked that bloody Polar Bear of mine and we both fell down the stairs. I broke my leg and all it did was wink at me bloody thing, luckily Mrs Jones heard it shouting cuckoo. . . . cuckoo . . . cuckoo and she phoned for the ambulance. And then they refused to enter the house because the polar bear was smiling at them. I’m going to demand a refund once I get back home. . . That Bloody polar bear has done nothing but cause trouble.
The doctor smiled and quickly moved to the next patient who had swallowed a goldfish called Derrick.
And I still cant think of anything to write about yet. . . . .