Desperate English Housewife in Washington, chapter 400

400 posts!

Holy cow, that’s a lot of writing. Fact.

British eccentricity

I wrote a piece recently about how the British liked to take their clothes off a lot at sporting events. I’m told this also happens in America at the colleges quite frequently, so if I have time I’ll head to one of those colleges and check that out…. In the meantime, here is my piece about streaking the British way for you to enjoy πŸ™‚

Streaking, British-stylie

Streaking, British-stylie

Drive up banking

I love drive-up banking in the USA, but I sometimes get it wrong. I don’t want to clip the wing mirror, but there again, I don’t want to feel like Mr Bean when I attempt to tap in my pin number and insert my card. There is a certain art to it, and sometimes I just fail.

Color/colour-blind

I spotted this picture yesterday at an event I attended.

It needs no explanation.

Abe Lincoln had it right.

Abe Lincoln had it right.

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2 Responses to Desperate English Housewife in Washington, chapter 400

  1. EmmaK says:

    Drive thru banking ha ha don’t think I could manage it I have enough trouble with the Drive Thru Burger King where I usually have to get out of the car and shout into intercom otherwise I get a breakfast sandwich when I wanted a burger!

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