spooky

anyone else notice primroses and daffodils in Highgate Cemetery "the day after" Remembrance Sunday last night on Auntie Beeb's best ever spy programme?
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or perhaps it's just global warming. . .

10 comments:

Sorrow said...

and isn't global warming spooky?

:P

I, like the view said...

(yes - it is)(x)

Rimshot said...

spooky in that mythological way, I presume.


...but did you get the XBox to play music CDs?

Mel said...

Uhoh......

Ya know I've now lost the Kinks and moved right into Spooky.

At nite nite time...
*humming and going to find jammies*

Vicus Scurra said...

Best ever spy programme? I watch it, but would never tell anyone. It is a load of pretentious twaddle really, isn't it. A different end of civilisation scenario averted at the last second each week, with far too much melodrama. Surely you are old enough to remember Tinker, Tailor?

Dave said...

Oddly, I agree with Vicus.

KAZ said...

Hmmm - Not much gets past you does it?
You could me a spy perhaps.

I, like the view said...

KAZ I missed my vocation in life. . .

dave I don't find that odd at all

vicus I'd have been 15. . . still not allowed to watch programmes after the watershed (my parents were very strict) and in the midst of 'O'-level revision

but I think I snuck into the living room and hid quietly behind the sofa, because I do remember it

vividly

perhaps I ought to purchase the DVD. as an xmas gift to myself

mel a good tune to hum as bedtime

shot I wasn't invited to the house this weekend, so no

not yet

Mig said...

Oddly enough, that was the only time I've watched it. I did notice them and then spent a good deal of time trying to work out what time of year it was supposed to be. (global time or warming time)

katherine. said...

this post lost something in the translation....