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Boredom intolerance

“’Th’”, said Arthur Scrotum.  “As in ‘thought’, ‘thank’… Not ‘f’ as in ‘feeble’.” He found that it was always best to sort out the name thing up front. “You can blame your parents for your Christian name,” he said.  “But, … Continue reading

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Meat porn

The trouble with writing stories via a blog is that the lack of planning can lead to geographical and temporal dislocations.  You might remember that Stumpy Regenkurt, senior advisor to the Minister of Economic Decline, was once an MP in … Continue reading

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The revenge of Greg Gloom, Part 7: The prophecy

As no one came, Mai Wei let himself in through the blue door.  Immediately inside to the left another door: “Mrs Humpish”.  On his right next to a light switch, a piece of paper sellotaped to the wall: “Upstairs for … Continue reading

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The revenge of Greg Gloom, Part 6: The target

Mai Wei woke fresh from a deep and satisfying sleep.  He spent ten minutes doing exercises and showered in luke-warm water.  He took the stairs down to the restaurant for breakfast.  All part of his new regime.  He drank up … Continue reading

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The revenge of Greg Gloom, Part 5: Planning a party.

An enormous, ultra-efficient Dove 7000 gleamed on the runway of Mai Wei Airport outside Beijing.  With seats for two thousand people – the travelling elite – it was the best and latest of Chinese technology.  A dozen of these aerospats … Continue reading

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