Tuesday, 23 October 2007

Shaggy Dog Story

Read By: Pat or PI
Written By: Pat or PI
Length: 3:17
Introduction: A visit to the local cinema.

11 comments:

Dr Maroon said...

Can I download these and save them so that I can listen to them at home? It's more than my job's worth etc. to be caught a'listenin' to em at wirk. i'faith!

Please help. i wanna here the stories, and Pat's voice and Eryl's Voice and Justin's voice.

I already know what Kim sounds like.

Fat Lazy Guy said...

What a wonderful story! I loved the ending, and you have a wonderful voice!

I'm not sure of an easy way to download the stories, but I know of a long and complicated way :)

Perhaps Kim and Eryl could discuss making a podcast? Perhaps a collection of the weeks stories?

Kim Ayres said...

The ones on Odeo - if you click on the player a couple of times it will take you to a page where you can download an mp3 version for yourself.

With the Podbean you might have to go to the podbean.com site and search for Eryl or Pat and find their profile pages and see if you can find somewhere to download their stories.

Colonel Aureliano Buendía said...

Oh, very good.

Sam, Problem-Child-Bride said...

Splendid Pat!! I loved it. What a lovely thing it is to hear your voice finally. I woke my husband up to listen to it too.

sablonneuse said...

Perhaps the chap read the book to the dog instead of letting him read it himself at his own pace . .?

SUE LOU said...

Ah, I see you know dr maroon too. I bumped into him on my son's blog - www.safetinspector.com, and he followed me home to mine. Funny fellow. I have seen Sam problem child bride on my son's site too. Seems a lot of you Brits like my son's writing style. Check it out some time, but beware, sometimes he gets too racy and/or gross, but not often. Like you story --my dad was telling me that joke when I was a child- too many years ago!Brings back memories.

Eryl Shields said...

I loved this, the way you tell it, Pat, is splendid. You're a born storyteller. And 'hot nicotine breath' ughh!

Daphne Wayne-Bough said...

Well done Pat! Lovely to hear your voice. I love old fashioned cinemas, with bucket seats and faded velvet curtains. I'm not sure if there are any left in England now. That was obviously a joke that you elaborated into a story, excellent! You've given me an idea.

Does SafeT know his mum's on the loose in the blogosphere?

R. Sherman said...

Pat, I thought I was listening to Eliz. Rex, there for a second.

Cheers.

SUE LOU said...

daphne--I was the one who let SafeT loose in the blogosphere! Really! It was I that told him how much fun it was, then he went to town and sort of left me in the dust. I do not blog as much as I would like. I am busy selling on eBay and being Queen of The Purple Stars.