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This pier had a fire, caused by a fireball shower coming from a fiery planet called Inferna. This dangerous planet is only two miles from Earth, and was involved in the death of two spacemen whose spaceship ran too close to this planet. There are currently plans to send men... Continue reading
Posted Sep 23, 2011 at Bernardtisman's blog
If you go through London's Underground you'll see rows of people waiting to board a train,but aren't able to because they're dead. These are the skeletons of people left abandoned when the station closed down whilst they were waiting to get on the train. As a result they couldn't get... Continue reading
Posted Sep 23, 2011 at Bernardtisman's blog
At a number of disused restaurants there are meals that have been left standing on the tables.People were about to eat their dinners when they were told to leave because the restaurants was closing down. The meals were left standing on the tables so that the restaurants could look exactly... Continue reading
Posted Sep 23, 2011 at Bernardtisman's blog
Skegness was the first Butlin’s holiday camp to open in Britain, in 1936, This spawned Billy Bunter to open a rival firm, Buntlins, for Greyfriars pupils who wished to take a holiday in a holiday camp. It offered a free hamper of Billy Bunter doughnuts and Bunter chocolate bars, plus... Continue reading
Posted Sep 23, 2011 at Bernardtisman's blog
This scene took place on a railway line around the coast at Boycombe Bay Torbay, Devon. It was here where Sir Thomas Hardmeat caught fish on the railway line. They mingled with the happy trains that trundled along this London to West South Devon Railway. This line that’s at Paddington... Continue reading
Posted Sep 23, 2011 at Bernardtisman's blog
Clive Stoma was a man who had to cover himself with a huge bag because his body had a load of holes discharging waste, from head to foot, even his head.In fact he had a load of holes in his head - connected to his bowels, and had to cover... Continue reading
Posted Sep 23, 2011 at Bernardtisman's blog
At Goodfellows Lodge the computer cab turned up for Bernard Tisboy, but it was no ordinary taxi for it turned out to be a boat, not the sort that sails on water, but a boat that goes along the road. The taxi driver was also unusual for it turned out... Continue reading
Posted Sep 23, 2011 at Bernardtisman's blog
Fiddlesticks day Centre is situated in Mintpie Road Ilford. It is a day centre that’s open 24 hours a day. The centre offers computer classes, with 200 computers in a room only five feet wide and a dining room where 500 people have to sit on a table only two... Continue reading
Posted Sep 23, 2011 at Bernardtisman's blog
Once upon a time there was a boss called Mr. Kevin Manure who crammed as many as 20 computers in a room only four feet wide. He was a real monster who always kept windows dirty, never cleaning them. People in this workshop run by a big grumpy boss had... Continue reading
Posted Sep 23, 2011 at Bernardtisman's blog
One day a man was told by the staff at his home that he was going to have fish and chips, but was told there weren't any plates so he had to have them served on his lap, and what a mess it made, all over his trousers, with some... Continue reading
Posted Sep 23, 2011 at Bernardtisman's blog
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Sep 23, 2011
This story is about the holidays in Hayling Island. via bernardtisman.typepad.com Continue reading
Reblogged Sep 23, 2011 at Bernardtisman's blog
One day a man was told by the staff at his home that he was going to have fish and chips, but was told there weren't any plates so he had to have them served on his lap, and what a mess it made, all over his trousers, with some... Continue reading
Posted Sep 23, 2011 at Bernardtisman's blog
Fiddlesticks day Centre is situated in Mintpie Road Ilford. It is a day centre that’s open 24 hours a day. The centre offers computer classes, with 200 computers in a room only five feet wide and a dining room where 500 people have to sit on a table only two... Continue reading
Posted Sep 23, 2011 at Bernardtisman's blog
Once upon a time there was a boss called Mr. Kevin Manure who crammed as many as 20 computers in a room only four feet wide. He was a real monster who always kept windows dirty, never cleaning them. People in this workshop run by a big grumpy boss had... Continue reading
Posted Sep 23, 2011 at Bernardtisman's blog
At Goodfellows Lodge the computer cab turned up for Bernard Tisboy, but it was no ordinary taxi for it turned out to be a boat, not the sort that sails on water, but a boat that goes along the road. The taxi driver was also unusual for it turned out... Continue reading
Posted Sep 23, 2011 at Bernardtisman's blog
Clive Stoma was a man who had to cover himself with a huge bag because his body had a load of holes discharging waste, from head to foot, even his head.In fact he had a load of holes in his head - connected to his bowels, and had to cover... Continue reading
Posted Sep 23, 2011 at Bernardtisman's blog
This scene took place on a railway line around the coast at Boycombe Bay Torbay, Devon. It was here where Sir Thomas Hardmeat caught fish on the railway line. They mingled with the happy trains that trundled along this London to West South Devon Railway. This line that’s at Paddington... Continue reading
Posted Sep 23, 2011 at Bernardtisman's blog
Skegness was the first Butlin’s holiday camp to open in Britain, in 1936, This spawned Billy Bunter to open a rival firm, Buntlins, for Greyfriars pupils who wished to take a holiday in a holiday camp. It offered a free hamper of Billy Bunter doughnuts and Bunter chocolate bars, plus... Continue reading
Posted Sep 23, 2011 at Bernardtisman's blog
At a number of disused restaurants there are meals that have been left standing on the tables.People were about to eat their dinners when they were told to leave because the restaurants was closing down. The meals were left standing on the tables so that the restaurants could look exactly... Continue reading
Posted Sep 23, 2011 at Bernardtisman's blog
If you go through London's Underground you'll see rows of people waiting to board a train,but aren't able to because they're dead. These are the skeletons of people left abandoned when the station closed down whilst they were waiting to get on the train. As a result they couldn't get... Continue reading
Posted Sep 23, 2011 at Bernardtisman's blog
One day a man went to the dentist to have a filling, but,' just as the dentist was about to give the injection the man's head fell off, making it ever more difficult for the dentist to carry out his job. To solve the problem the dentist decided to give... Continue reading
Posted Sep 23, 2011 at Bernardtisman's blog
Once upon a time a lollipop man brought out his gun and shot every car that came to the zebra crossing in order to make them stop. Hadn't the cars been shot they would have whizzed over the zebra crossing. The lollipop's man favourite food was traffic lights. He had... Continue reading
Posted Jul 24, 2010 at Bernard Tisman's Blog
A man who attended his local day centre turned up ten hours late, only to find it closed. In fact he was so slow that it often took him three hours to eat a banana and five days to have a bath. Because of this he had no time for... Continue reading
Posted Jun 29, 2010 at Bernard Tisman's Blog
One day when a man was about to open the fridge there was a terrible pong. The carer came up, pulled the fridge out and was shocked to find a dead body underneath the fridge. It had lain there for five weeks and was decomposed. Its no wonder the fridge... Continue reading
Posted Jun 29, 2010 at Bernard Tisman's Blog