100 Wise Words you wish you had known earlier

I saw this on Pinterest and I simply HAD to share it with you all, ok some things don’t apply so much to me, I don’t see a loaded gun very often and driving ‘stick shift’ isn’t mandatory in the UK but you can’t really drive until you can use it.

Apart from that… some good advice for the boys and the girls.


Pinterest Linkย https://pin.it/dgrfhvmeesdxbl

Simon ๐Ÿ™‚

61 thoughts on “100 Wise Words you wish you had known earlier

      1. I was bullied but most of all my daughter was. I felt her pain and knew about the fear! But at one point I went to her bully in a particular and from that moment on she was never attacked anymore and she crew strong and is a dfender for others now. Yes, it is true, you only need to fight the bully once because they ard the biggest cowards!

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      1. That’s good to know. Do you think a note about stripping off in celebration is needed? Do you think it should be openly encouraged? ๐Ÿ˜‰


      2. This sounds like progress to me. I think we’re all going to enjoy celebrating a lot more lol

        This also sounds like an idea to a future political intrigue and humour story. Where you or your alter ego character are propelled to power ๐Ÿ˜‰

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      3. I will be releasing Who Shot Tony Blair? as a novel later this year, which started off as a blog. The new one is with the editor, as soon as I hear anything from my publisher you will be the first to know! All seems to be going well, from what I can tell. There will be no major rewrites, so the bulk of my work is done.

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      4. It might be the case that some publishers have that as a policy, true. It’s not been a problem for me, but that’s not to say it might be different for others. Publishing is a funny old business!

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      1. Too many! I think so many people cancel plans by text message now. Before mobile phones I think people were less flakey because you had to stick to plans!

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