Posted by sean on September 25, 2019 at 7:58 pm in Holiday with No Comments


You know when you buy a film on DVD? They usually come with an entire host of extras, don’t they? More often than not, there are outtakes. Do you watch them? No, I don’t either.

For the first time ever, on the entire internet, in the whole history of blogging, I have created Blog Outtakes!

You will have seen that I have recently posted photos of a cruise, which Claire and I have just returned from.

So, here are some holiday snaps and even a video, which I couldn’t use on a blog post, but would find impossible not to include somewhere on my website…

Believe it or not, Claire is not angry.
Who could be with hot chocolate and cake in front of them?
This is simply an unfortunate case of bad timing during a photo being snapped.

I look very surprised, don’t I?
Believe it or not, I am not shocked at all – this is me attempting to smile and pose for a photo.

Attempt at smile No.2
I look more like a blind rabbit.

Chasing Claire down the corridor on my scooter.
I’ve been missing Grand Theft Auto.

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