The joke is starting to wear a bit thin now.
This morning, the Times newspaper reportedly declared Hebden Bridge to be the ‘coolest place’ in which to live in Britain.
Murdoch must be getting desperate: he’s nicking my editorials now.
The 2014 Tour de France will be passing through Hebden Bridge.
We’d better lay on some extra horse meat.
I think you all owe Carolyn an apology.
Remember how you scoffed when she had me dowsing for fault lines in a field behind her house a couple of years back? Remember how you guffawed when I pointed out that this is what a fault actually looks like:
Remember how you clutched your trousers in mirth when I quipped:
If you do happen to notice one of these in your garden, please let me know.
Well, I just discovered an online British Geological Survey map of the Hebden Bridge area, and there appears to be what can only be described as an invisible fault line running right underneath my next-door neighbour’s house.
So, you all stand corrected. Carolyn was right, and you were wrong.
(Apart from all that nonsense about dowsing, obviously.)
No, I’m not: