Chas Hodges – one half of our all-time favourite sing-a-long group, Chas & Dave – has died at the age of 74. The duo’s Twitter account said he recently received treatment for oesophageal cancer but died peacefully in his sleep in the early hours of this morning. Known for their Rock ‘n’ Cockney style, the pair enjoyed the height of their fame in the 1970s and 1980s with hits such as Rabbit, The Sideboard Song, Margate, Gertcha, Snooker Loopy and even the theme song to In Sickness And In Health. They also performed four FA Cup final songs with Tottenham Hotspur FC.
Hello, its 12 O’clock and time for some funnies. Unfortunately, Andreaa has skived off on another holiday to Turkey because she enjoyed the last one so much. So it is left to me to cover her backside as always. Last time she went away she gave me a couple of posts for me to post in her absence. No such luck this time. To be fair though, she doesn’t half work some hours for that shop of hers so maybe we can let her off this time. Unfortunately, it means you will have to put up with me for the next couple of weeks.
Today we are going to ask everyone who visits Jammy Toast to just “Talk Shit” for the day. We ask that anyone who visits Jammy Toast leaves a comment on just about any subject they choose. Funny or sad, true or false, real or fake; we don’t give a shit as long as it is entertaining and doesn’t really hurt anyone. We ask you to do this because we are too busy to think of anything else to post – hopefully everyone will like the freedom to whine and bitch. The rules are pretty simple to explain – basically, anything goes!
The Wallace family were a pair of weirdos.. William was a insurance saleman and he lived with his Missus Julia in Anfield.. He was a sick man who was always in hospital with kidney problems.. The pair hated stangers and kept away from anyone they didnt know.. A friend called their marriage loveless and they had loads of fights.. One night William came home from work and found his wife had been battered to death inside the locked house.. There was no sign of a murder weapon and the police couldnt find any clues inside the house to help them suss out what had happened..
Winnie-the-Pooh is a fictional anthropomorphic teddy bear created by AA Milne. The first collection of his stories were in the book Winnie-the-Pooh (1926), and this was followed by The House at Pooh Corner (1928). He named the character Winnie-the-Pooh after a teddy bear owned by his son, Christopher Robin Milne, who was the basis for the character Christopher Robin. The rest of Christopher Robin Milne’s toys – Piglet, Eeyore, Kanga, Roo and Tigger – were also incorporated into Milne’s stories. Two more characters, Owl and Rabbit, were created by Milne’s imagination. Here at Jammy Toast, we are pleased to bring you some of his tales which have made Pooh probably the most famous bear in the world…
For a few weeks now Granny has been feeding the pigeons that gather around the house. One or two of the birds used to be on the roof or in the back garden and Granny got into the habit of feeding them any left-over bread or some of the seeds she buys for the budgies. This then escalated, when she discovered that you could buy wild-bird food, to the point where she now spends more on bird-food than she does on human-food.
Those of you who may follow him on Twitter or if you had noticed Larry’s emotional pleas for his missing friend will be relieved to hear that Gladstone the Treasury cat is alive, well and was back at work this morning. Treasury officials spent the weekend desperately searching for the department’s official cat after he went missing over the weekend. Three-year-old Gladstone was believed to be on the loose around Westminster and officials put out an alert to all staff in a bid to track him down. If Gladstone hadn’t been found it would have proven a huge blow to staff and ministers because he’s rapidly become a favourite – not just with staff – but with voters on social media.