The Nether Regions

The blog that slips an affectionate hand between the thighs of the regional media

Gazette Faces, Vol. 9

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It’s certainly not happy, but it’s not exactly sad. It’s not exactly angry, but it’s certainly not overly pleased. It’s just a vague outline, almost face-like, floating aimlessly somewhere between resigned disappointment and mild bemusement. It’s a Gazette Face, and it gets where water wouldn’t.

Mum’s warning on claim firms (M’brough Evening Gazette)

Grandmother breaks arm in paddling pool wall slip (Southend Echo)

Mustn’t laugh. Although judging by the photo, she’s still perfectly capable of operating a basic hand puppet. Suspicions: aroused.

The wall she slipped on sounds like the most vindictive and calculating wall in existence:

She said: “It is not safe at all. They shouldn’t let anyone, adults or children, along that wall. It is just waiting for a child to slip over and kill themselves.”

Thieves steal house’s Christmas decorations (Southend Standard)

Vandals wreck Cowley family’s Christmas lights display (Oxford Mail)

Middlesbrough care home staff left unpaid (Evening Gazette)

Shame on the two smilers letting the side down. Still, 11 Gazette Faces out of 13 is not to be sniffed at.

Workmen stole next door’s water supply (Southend Echo)

You’d think people would have learnt not to employ cowboys by now. Because, of course, they simply do not have the requisite plumbing qualifications.

COWBOY workmen ran piping from a hairdressers to the funeral directors next door without permission so they could use its water free of charge.

Charity bags stolen from doorsteps in Stockton (M’brough Evening Gazette)

Middlesbrough mum hopes bin plan will end rat nightmare (Evening Gazette)

Councils in pledge to repair potholes (Southend Standard)

It’s alright, Doctor Who (played by Tom Baker) looks like he’s already on the  job.

Exactly how big is ‘the size of a crater’? What next… road cracks as long as a piece of string?

POTHOLES are becoming the size of craters as the big thaw follows the big freeze in south Essex.

There’s more where these came from in the Gazette Faces backlog, of course.

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Written by Paddy

January 6, 2011 at 1:45 pm

Posted in Gazette Faces

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