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1.5. Archive of previous home page items

1.5.4. Sloshy

1.5.4.1. About Sloshy

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1.5.4.2. Sayings of Sloshy

 

12 May 2005 'I worry about people who whiten their teeth.'
18 May 2005 'I worry about people who live on their own.'
31 May 2005 'Why is the very best music around 200 years old?'
21 Jun 2005 'I wonder about those people I used to know, who've vanished from my life'
19 Aug 2005 Will you come for a ride in my new car?'
23 Dec 2005 My friend Sloshy, the warm-hearted bear, graduated recently at Ursa Major College in the University of Oxford Circus. The photo shows him wearing the gold chain, with the gold replica of himself clutching his diploma, with which he was presented by the Vice-Chancellor and Honorary Ringmaster. This followed Sloshy’s delivery of an oration in Latin on the Beauties of Berne which he cribbed from the internet. I don’t know how he does it. His triumph is important to me because I’ve known him for years and didn ’t know he had it in him.
25 Sep 2006 Sloshy has received congratulations on his Diploma from a learned Professor (who understandably wishes to remain anonymous). The Professor adds: ‘While I am sure he is a very lovable little chap, I am also sure that, with a head full of cotton wool, he felt entirely at home among all the other modern students he must have encountered’.
Sloshy is rather proud of this, while indignantly denying that cotton wool his any place among his formidable brains.