Humourous stories designed to be read in short bites, length of each given in pages.
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The Longest Night
They say never volunteer for anything, but what is more important is never let any one else volunteer you, especially when it involves railway stations, funny policeman and staying up all night.

For this Story Select HERE or the picture. 4 pages long


A Days Cricket
Me and Joe agreed to play cricket for the local eleven as they were a couple of men short, it wasn't until traveling to the game that I discovered Joe thought cricket was a small insect that went burr burr in the long grass.

For this Story Select HERE or the picture. 4 pages long


The Firemans Reserve Football Team
There are times when every man has to do his duty, even down in the lowest ranks of amateur sport where knowing how to play is not as important as being there.

For this Story Select HERE or the picture. 3 pages long


The Castle and Stumps
Me and Joe go in serch of a strange little pub called The Castle and Stumps, it is not the sporting connections however that saw us leaving very much the ritcher and alot wiser.

For this Story Select HERE or the picture. 6 pages long


Buying a Bicycle
Waiting in the The Shovel and Custard for the next bus makes Joe think there must be a better way to spend our time. But if you ever thought buying a bicycle was a simple matter, you shoud have come with us.

For this Story Select HERE or the picture. 5 pages long


Life with Digger
Once we were happy we didn't have a dog, that was a long time ago, a million years ago or it seems like it. It was that time we often refer to as the good old days. Marked in the sands of time, no more hacked out on the granite of eternity as BD. The time Before Digger.

For this Story Select HERE or the picture. 4 pages long


Crocodile
It was a nice day for a trip to the zoo.
Unfortunatly I was with Joe whch can turn any nice day
into more of an adventure than one would reairly like

For this Story Select HERE or the picture. 3 pages long



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