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Thanks everyone for your concern.

 

First off, I'm OK, I was a bit shaken up though. For those of you that aren’t aware, I was robbed at Tesco petrol station earlier this morning.

 

After my hands stopped trembling, I managed to call the Police.

 

They were quick to respond and calmed me down because my blood pressure went through the roof! My money is gone, however.

 

The police asked me if I knew who it was and I told them,

 

“Yes, it was pump number 2.”

 

Best Wishes,   Maurice Dowling

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THE STORY OF IN AND OUT

 

This is the story of two boys named In and Out, and their mother Mrs. In and Out.

 

‘Is In in Out?’ asked Mrs. In and Out.

 

‘No, In isn’t in, In’s out’ said Out.

 

‘But why isn’t In in Out?’ asked Mrs. In and Out.

 

‘In isn’t in because In’s in the inn’ said Out.

 

‘Well In shouldn’t be in the inn Out – so get him out Out’ said Mrs. In and Out.

 

So Out went out and came in with In.

 

‘How did you find In in the inn Out?’ asked Mrs. In and Out.

 

And Out replied…………..wait for it………… ‘In stinked’.

 

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