I beg forgiveness in advance if I've mentioned this first tip before. But the second one is definitely new. Ask for recipes and then settle down with a full tum to watch TV safe in the knowledge that there'll be something good on.
Penny Golden (email@example.com) is back with two nice skills; one about geography and the other roosters. An eclectic and fantastic combo. You'd be hard-placed to find a finer set of skills to crow about than these.
I really should have tried to round up the family to help me with this one, but that's easier said than done. So it's just me showing you how cool this simple true or false trivia game is - and the sound-effects are groovy too.
With groovy sound-effects, great game-play and a sassy style, this game's a winner. Play solo or with friends, but definitely give it a go. Big thanks to Sam for volunteering to be a victim - er, volunteer - in helping me demo this one.
Today we look at a trading game with the flavour of a wooden leg about it. Enjoy sailing the seven seas, trading at each port, but watch out for other pirates who'd like to purloin your plunder. Actually, my friend was engaged to a man with a wooden leg once - until she broke it off…
A quick additional episode today as Penny Golden (firstname.lastname@example.org) kindly brings us the US versions of the A-lady's short stories.
Today, with the help of Phillip Chalker, we're revisiting the A-lady's ability to tell us nice short stories and then I explain about the new mysterious sleep timer function that almost resulted in a burnt offering in the kitchen department.
I was robbed. More surely than an unwary hoody-wearer with copious pockets would be with a carelessly-stowed mobile phone and when enjoying a distracted saunter down Carnaby Street! Actually I should probably just not have said the answer so quickly…
Penny's back. We first looked at this skill over 200 episodes ago - waaay before most of you started listening. Of course you can go back and listen to as many earlier episodes as you like (if you have a marked masochistic streak), but today it's well worth a classy reworking of this wonderful skill. Thanks Penny (email@example.com)