Again, my apologies for late blogging. Basically, my Wed night show of Mess Around was all about a girl called Sun.
Sun arrived late with her friends who she claimed “should have done their research”, and by her own admission was a wee bit tipsy. She clearly didn’t want to be on stage, and grasped onto my hand for dear life. However, she was also brilliant.
Sun quizzed audience members on where they lived and what they did for a living, spouted off about Wayne Rooney, eschewed the microphone and only agreed to be photographed for my blog if she “looked hot”. I assured her she did.
I somehow became distracted by a lady called Sandy, and realised we had Sun and Sand in the room. I thought if I could find someone whose name began with C we could have “Sun, Sand and C” and the first person I turned to was called Caz. Perfect.
I gathered the three ladies and took a photo of (in order) Sun, Sand and C:
I was then persuaded to join the shot, to create “Sun, Sand, C and Hills”:
The show ended on a strange note, when a couple who had spent the entire hour chatting, whispering and canoodling decided to leave five minutes before the end. When I asked why they were leaving, they fell silent. When I asked why they had chosen now to be quiet, the man replied “Cos it’s the only time you’ve been funny”. I then asked them to leave. I won’t repeat the words I used.
Thankfully, their seats were immediately filled by Sun and her friends, as they replaced a comedy black hole with a little bit of sunshine.
Appropriately we all finished the show by serenading Sun with “Here Comes The Sun” by The Beatles.
More proof that lovely people with sunny dispositions can counter the forces of negativity.