• The Case of The Missing Hamster: Chapter Eleven

    By E M Faustus on July 17, 2013
    The Eleventh Bit:  Lots of bits to this aren’t there?  Good for you for sticking with it.  Give yourself a pat on the back.   Clare rested a hand on my elbow.  Nice.  Better than a punch to the throat any day. “How many children do you have?”  She asked. “Just one.  Born by adoption.  I never use the voice […]
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  • Uniform Equals Professionalism

    By A Modern Military Mother on July 17, 2013
    Understanding the importance of uniform In any workplace, a uniform is important. Whether you’re in an office that doesn’t deal directly with customers or something more directly interactive, there is always an argument for a uniformed appearance. The benefits of a uniform, professional appearance are well documented but you should also try to understand what the customer may expect and […]
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  • The Case of The Missing Hamster: Chapter Ten

    By E M Faustus on July 16, 2013
      The Tenth Bit:  Vocal Projection Exercises.     “Eh…. Excuse me Mr Hamster.”  Said Pete.  “We are not actually practitioners of the Majic Arts.  My business partner, Mr Faustus here,  claims it to be just ‘a load of old testicles and an excuse for a lot of middle aged horny illegitimate sons of lady dogs to dance around in […]
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  • The Case of The Missing Hamster: Chapter Nine

    By E M Faustus on July 15, 2013
    The Ninth Bit:  A touch of Gratuitous violence.     The fire ball hit me square in the chest, totally ruining one of my favourite shirts.  And I’d never be able to wear that tie again.  Still, it was entertaining watching the ball bounce off my chest and slam into the bread bin, melting it within a second. “I just […]
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  • The Case of The Missing Hamster: Part Eight

    By E M Faustus on July 14, 2013
    The Eight Bit: Rain of Hellfire… well, if I’m honest, more of a drizzle.     On the plus side, I only found one more bite mark on Clare.  On the down side, it was on her back and inside a circle of blood.  Nasty work that.  She did scream a bit when I scrubbed it clean with Salt and […]
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  • The Case of The Missing Hamster: Part Seven

    By E M Faustus on July 13, 2013
    The Seventh Bit:  The Dame Gets her Kit Off.  (Video’s available upon application to Humphrey at www.dirtylittlepervert.com)     It was an odd explosion. There weren’t any bits of him splattered about he just sought of…. blew out.  Then blew back in again.  Then got real fat, then thin then short, then long then… look.  to save using a lot […]
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  • The Case Of The Missing Hamster: Part Six

    By E M Faustus on July 12, 2013
    The Sixth Bit:  Jammy Slippery Pervert     The hamster cage was empty.  Just like she said it was.  But there was potential evidence in there.   Shame I couldn’t lift the cage off the table. “Hagar glues it down to stop the kid’s taking the Hamster out.”  Clare said, matter of factly after she had watched me for five minutes […]
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  • The Case of The Missing Hamster: Part Five

    By E M Faustus on July 11, 2013
    The Fifth Bit:  Where The Dame Does the Skinny…. which isn’t a euphemism by the way  Though an interesting visual image.     I poured Clare a fresh coffee while she talked me through the problem.  I listened.  It’s what I do. “Things started going strange a few days ago.  The Hamster kept disappearing.  I’d lock him in his cage […]
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  • Carpet Cleaning: How to Achieve Professional Results At Home

    By A Modern Military Mother on July 11, 2013
    Many contemporary homes boast equally contemporary surroundings, which often means clean lines and a minimalistic colour palette. Even families with young children and pets will invest in stylish cream carpets, white sofas and expensive throws. Such items tend to become soiled a lot quicker than darker fabrics and furniture. In the past, when carpets require cleaning, many would have employed […]
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  • Whipping up weekday dinners

    By A Modern Military Mother on July 11, 2013
    I don’t know about you, but during the week I barely have time to think about what to make for dinner, let alone spend hours in front of the stove. However, just because I’m short on time doesn’t mean that I want my family to gorge on greasy takeaways day in, day out. I’m always looking for ways to create […]
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