Sunny Saturday
( published 25th March 2002 )

Morning All,

Last Saturday the weather in London was gorgeous. It was a perfect occasion for Karine and myself to go to the football match Charlton-Bolton in the afternoon, thanks to Barry's spare ticket. Barry, who lives in Sweden, sent me a cruel SMS at half time ( "Woman + Match = Disaster" ), but I think if Charlton lost at home to the last of the Premier League 1-2, it has more to do with the lousy game the players offered.

There was a bit of light out of the tunnel when Charlton got a penalty in the first half. We couldn't see too much from where we were sitting ( somewhere behind the goal ), and as Euell took the penalty

I said: "Shit, I think he missed it!"
Karine: "No, it's in!"
Me: "No, I think he missed it!"
Karine: "Well, I think he scored..."
Behind us, a Charlton supporter: "YOU FUCKING WANKER!"
Karine: "You're right, I think he missed it!"

Have a nice week ahead!

At 85 years of age, Morris marries LouAnne, a lovely 25-year-old. Because her new husband is so old, LouAnne decides that on their wedding night, she and Morris are to have separate bedrooms. The newlywed is concerned that her new husband may overexert himself if they spend the entire night together.
After the wedding festivities, LouAnne prepares herself for bed, and for the expected "knock" on the door. Sure enough, the knock comes,the door opens, and there is her 85-year-old groom, ready for action. They unite as one. All goes well, whereupon Morris takes leave of LouAnne, and she prepares to go to sleep.
After a few minutes, LouAnne hears another knock on her bedroom door. It's Morris! And he's again ready for more action. Somewhat surprised, LouAnne consents to further coupling. When the newlyweds are done, Morris kisses LouAnne, bids her a fond good night, and leaves. LouAnne is set to go to sleep again.
However, after a few short minutes, there is another knock at her door, and there he is again...Morris, as fresh as a 25-year-old and ready for a bit more action. And again they enjoy one another.
As Morris is once again set to leave, the young bride says to him, "I am thoroughly impressed that at your age, honey, I've been with guys less than a third your age who were only good once! You're a great lover,Morris." Morris, somewhat embarrassed, turns to LouAnne and says,"You mean I was here already?"