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The Rewards of Minor Vigilantism

Posted on | April 3, 2011 | Comments Off on The Rewards of Minor Vigilantism

Very nice neighbours (those who were burgled last night) were incredibly, and unnecessarily, kind – earlier today, they dropped by with a bottle of wine and a box of posh chocolates as a way of saying ‘thank you’ for my Charles Bronson-like acts of bravery (see post below).

Wife just sent daughter up to ask if they can open the posh chocs.

I didn’t remember them chasing burglars down the road.

Now all the nice ones will be gone before I get a cuppa. Bloody typical.  I bet Die Hard never had to share his chocs.


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Gerry Hayes

Gerry Hayes

I mostly sit around all day and drink tea. Occasionally, I write stuff and send it to strangers so they can humiliate me and deride my efforts. Other than the self-harm to dull the shame of failure, it's not a bad life. Like I say, there's tea.

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