Friday, September 5, 2008


Bollocks you ask? see below...the multiplicity is facinating.

"Bollocks" is a word of Anglo Saxon origin, meaning "testicles". The word is often used figuratively in English, as a noun to mean "nonsense", an expletive following a minor accident or misfortune, or an adjective to mean "poor quality" or "useless". Similarly, the common phrases "Bollocks to that!" or "That's a load of old bollocks" express a distaste for a certain task, subject or opinion. Conversely, the word also figures in idiomatic phrases such as "the dog's bollocks" and "top bollock", which express the opposite, namely admiration, pleasure or approval.

A very new friend suggested that pehaps I write a counterpoint to her views, comments and experiencs with the middle-age dating thing. Being that I am fortunate enough to have crossed over fools hill, I no longer view suggestions as a direct insult to my interlligence, masuclinity, social and or economic status and thus decided to take her up on it. (see bullocks for that).

Now, with that being said would I REALLY REALLY be doing this if the she involved were not witty, charming and attractive. DUH NO of course not, I am afterall a boy and well.....boys are like that... we just that will be the common thread, why we do what we do and how come YOU don't get it.

Episode One

"FANCY NANCY" or Jims first dates in forever.

I will explain and disclose everything, but not this second....I have to collect my thoughts review my memories and most importantly, beat the traffic.

1 comment:

Charmaine said...

Bollocks! Are you talking about little old me?

I'm glad that you took me up on my challenge. I can't wait to read your middle aged dating escapades.

From what little I have heard so far I expect you are going to give me a run for my money.


PS: I've been called many things, but never chamming. Is that like chumming which, oddly, would be an appropriate term for attracting people on

hee hee