A Pocketful of Pineapples
Barbara Streisand said that people who need people are the luckiest people in the world. If one of those people was a care worker and the other someone who dribbled all day then it puts a different context around the ageing songress' laudable outburst. And what Ive tried to do in this book is look at things from a totally different angle. I have used people, in an office scenario and I have imagined how people would act if they were put in odd situations. I have used characters from an office to carry out my written experiment. It amuses me greatly and I hope you too. The following is an excerpt: "In short, Doreen is a sad character, who collects spoons and gleefully delights in her cat delicately brushing against them." "Joss' family coat of arms is an unfashionable flared crimpolene skirt and clashing pendant, inscribed at the bottom of the plaque with the latin words, Ipso Factum Canoodlus. Roughly translated means, No, or few canoodling."
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