I’m not Paul Nuttall

Unlike Paul Nuttall I know what is written on my website. Mainly because I wrote it.

Recently, I re-did my ‘About Me’ page. I’ve tried to reflect the creative projects I’m involved in, plus my work with young people in education.

Til next time, be nice to each other.

Should you have time, take a listen to my comedy prongcasts. Cheers

@anunknowncomic

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In at the shallow end

I’m not one to conform to stereotypes but I don’t do swimming. However, when you have a child, you’re supposed to put your hang ups to one side, or that’s what I’ve been told.

This is how I ended up going swimming with mother and baby.

They got changed together, whilst I changed in the men’s area. What I didn’t factor in, is I would get changed a lot quicker than they would.

This resulted in me standing on the side of the pool, for what appeared to be too long a time for a man on his own, whilst predominately women in the pool looked on.

If you’re a new dad reading this, learn from my mistake and you will avoid minutes of awkwardness.

Til next time, be nice to each other.

@anunknowncomic

Should you have time, check out my comedy prongcasts. Cheers

Taking January Off

For the last few years I’ve taken January off. No Dry January or Veganuary or any such thing for me. I don’t even bother with resolutions.

January is no time to try to create a new me, it’s wet, miserable, grey, I’ve over indulged at Christmas and the credit card is due to be paid.

I find this approach quite relaxing, there’s no sense that I have to achieve anything just because I have a new calendar.

The only downside is that before you know it (31 days) it’s February and the only exercise I’ve done is running for the train and I’ve still got my mum’s Christmas cake to eat.

Perhaps I should take February off as well.

@anunknowncomic

Should you have time, check out my comedy prongcasts. Cheers