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Welcome to Newsletter #44

A bunch of tales I wanted to share with you

A tale I read

Poem for My Hairdresser by Daniel Piper
[Poem for My Hairdresser by Daniel Piper]

A tale I heard

Comedian Harry Hill on his most embarrassing moment:

"When my trousers fell down and I fell into a pie. I went to collect an award in the picturesque market town of Swaffham. I was expecting some kind of plaque but instead they presented me with a giant steak and kidney pie. It was about the size of a Mini. As I clambered on stage, my belt gave way, my trousers fell to my ankles and I took a tumble into the pie. Fortunately the pie had been sitting around for a while so I didn’t scald myself."

A tale I saw

Song for Oscar by Amy Acre
[Song for Oscar by Amy Acre]

A tale I wrote

The talentless man just sat in his room being all talentless. He watched his talented friends be talented and wished for a fraction of their talent. The talentless man decided to let his talented friends know how talented they were. He texted one talented friend congratulating her on her talent. He emailed another talented friend telling him he liked his talented thing. He called up another talented friend who was struggling with her latest bit of talent and reassured her how talented she was and that she should just keep working talentedly on her latest bit of talent. When he was done, the talentless man just sat in his room being all talentless.

A tail I like

[A tail I like]
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