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Sea-Shanties. Apparently.

Aka, weird stuff my parents say.

Tea-cup being held up in silhouette in front of a sea scene
Photo by Quincy Alivio on Unsplash

My parents, leaving the house:

Mam: We’ll have tea when we get back

Dad: And a sing-song

Mam: A sing-song?

Dad: It’ll warm us up! Sing sea shanties.

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Cee Arr

Cee Arr

Writer, (book) blogger, reader, poet @ dorareads.co.uk , Queer, weird, bookish rebel. Welsh as a tractor on the M4. She/Her. Buy me a coffee @ ko-fi.com/ceearr

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