Share Your World 2017- 15th May

How many languages do you speak?

In any sort of Fluency only the one, I do know a few phrases here and there in a few other languages, namely Spanish and French and a tiny bit of Italian. There are all variations on everyday pleasantries and of course “Can I have a beer please?”

What are you reading, watching, listening to, eating?

Reading: The Vinyl Detective: Written in Dead Wax by Andrew Cartmel, which is about a record and cat obsessed guy who is hired to track down an incredibly rare original Jazz record, so rare people are willing to murder for it.

Watching:  Current Shows I am currently watching at the moment: Doctor Who, The Big Bang Theory and The Goldbergs. Vintage: I have started watching a 1980s British Sci-Fi show called Star Cops, which pretty much is what the title implies. Interestingly enough one of the things it does which is unusual is that it doesn’t ignore the lack of gravity in space and as such we have scenes of weightlessness in the Space Station scenes thanks to the Kirby wire (and admittedly people waving their hands around slowly when sat down). It also has a highly unsuitable theme song:

Listening to: My Summer Jazz Playlist on Spotify:

Eating: Just finished my lunch I had Spaghetti Hoops on Toast.

What was the last photo you took with your phone?

The back cover of  the CD album Acker by Acker Bilk because the quality control wasn’t great and they spelt the word ‘Cliffs’ wrong in “White Cliffs of Dover”.

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What is your favourite time of day?

Early evening I guess.


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