Not ONE but TWO spooky LOST ALICE appearances this week in an UNPRECEDENTED series of FORTUNATE events that are ALL FREE and open TO ALL!!!
Join us both with LOST ALICE at Trident Galleries, 1 Allandale Road, Stoneygate, Leicester, LE2 2DA between 6-9pm this FRIDAY 30th for MUSIC, FOOD, DRINK, FUN, FROLICS and of course NAKED LINE DANCING absolutely free. Want more details? Either turn up on the night or phone 01162 745333 for a good time!
Secondly we are at CASTLE GALLERIES, MEADOWHALL on 31st October between 1-4pm for a SPOOKY special appearance. Come along and see PETERS PUMPKINS and Jayne’s broom along with LOST ALICE and an assortment of Impossimals absolutely FREE!
To get you ready for this spooky spectacular here’s todays guide from the University of Proper Speek to hone your electrocution lessons and speak right. Nuff said, word out.
SEE YOU ALL ON FRIDAY AT TRIDENT GALLERIES 6-9pm or CASTLE GALLERIES, MEADOWHALL 1-4pm on SATURDAY HALLOWEEN (N.B. Delete as appropriate, no goats or magical wardrobes please)
During our six week coarse you will lean how to spot mistakes as they happened. From spelling errors to languish difficulties our tutors will expertly use simple tech niches to a void pot and tail problems.
Highlight the problem areas in this paragraph.
As she mowed his grass he bought out the flowers. They were in pots and ready to plant in the ground now the soil was conditioned with shovels of fresh top soil. He popped his loam into the freshly dug hole before planting the flowers.
This should be quite easy, the above paragraph is nearly all incorrect, of coarse it should really reed, after the correct spell cheque has bean applied like this;
As she moaned, his ass bough tight then flowed. There were inputs and ready to punt the grind now the oil was condoned with shuttles of fresh tit oil. He dropped his load into the freakish bunghole before planning the flow hers.
LESS ONE TWO
Fill in the miss zing word.
A) She f___s like a barn door in a storm.
B) I helped my uncle J__k off a horse.
C) My c__k is the size of a saveloy.
How did you do?
A) the young lady is obviously prone to worrying, the correct word is FLAPS, she flaps like a barn door in a storm.
B) As the uncle is Scottish and has trouble dismounting from equines the correct answer is JOCK, I helped my uncle Jock off a horse.
C) Being facially challenged the gentleman is referring to his nose, or CONK as it can be called. My conk is the size of a saveloy.
Sometimes it is useful to use short abbreviations to get a massage a cross, watt do these mean?
Were you right?
A) Lol – Languish our linguine, a term used in Italian restraints to describe past her.
B) Rotfl – Really out to find love, an endearing term used between couples.
C) Yolo – Yes, outlaw leftover onions. Used by vegetable activists to get a point across about wastage.
D) Thx – To hear xylophones. Sufferers of xylophonitus or stylophonitus use the term to describe their eternal suffering of a background noise featuring disturbing tones often produced by a bearded man. Sufferers can also be prone to Glockenspielinotion, the fear of four wheeled glockenspiels.
E) xxx – No,no,no! Or Wrong, wrong,wrong! A negative term used to inform someone if they are incorrect.
What are they?
A) Pushing Sucker
B) Dog Mermaids
C) Spinny Windies
A) A vacuum cleaner
C) Electric Fans
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