The Dangers of Frivolity

Subtitle: Twenty minutes to keep my average up.

I’ve been thinking of how to structure my blogging week, having noticed that some people have certain days for certain types of post. I thought of the following.

Moaning Monday – which I will reserve for all my moans about other drivers, modern life and anything else that needs moaning about.

Tetchy Tuesday – which I will reserve for all my tetchiness about other drivers, modern life and anything else that needs me to be tetchy about it. Very much like Monday.

Whining Wednesday – which I will reserve for all my whines about other drivers, modern life and anything else that needs whining about. Very much like Monday and Tuesday, apart from the fact it’s my day off and is more likely to feature scones or fish and chips.

Postcode Thursday  – Alliteration deserted me, and that Postcode tour needs at least one day a week to itself.

Friday – is obviously Poets Day in which I discuss the lives and best known works of various poets. Or I simply Push Off Early – Tomorrow’s Saturday.

Short Saturday  – because the night is full of low-grade TV to watch and it’s too short to write a long post.

Sombre Sunday – which I will reserve for all my sombre thoughts about other drivers, modern life and anything else that needs someone to be sombre about it. Very much like Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday but more likely to include tales from the laundry.

I just hope that I don’t have  so much fun on Thursday, Friday and Saturday that I become frivolous and frolicksome.

11 thoughts on “The Dangers of Frivolity

  1. tootlepedal

    Being a Scotsman, I naturally deplore any frivolity, a tendency confirmed by years of supporting Scottish football and rugby team in a constant vale of sorrow. Nevertheless, I always admire alliteration and happily hope that your daily diary delivers.

    PS: I always laugh heartily at my own jokes of course.

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    1. quercuscommunity Post author

      Ah, where would either of us be without sport and laughing at our own jokes? I can’t help feeling that the Scots are missing a trick by not fully adopting the misery of Test Cricket – the chance to fail on the world stage and get sunburn at the same time.

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