Ken Boddie

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Just You and Me and Café beBee

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Fed up with all those work-related marketing posts? ‘How to listicles’ getting you down? Want to chuckle your way through the end of the day and destress?

Well why not put your feet up and relax with fellow storytellers as we share a few laughs with some wit and banter? 

  • Tell us your travel tales, or what made you laugh today, or what pushed your funny button recently.
  • Are you a poet but don't yet know it?
  • Got a favourite book to share, music to get your toes tapping, hobby that keeps you away from all those blue screens?

If any of the above sounds good, then come and join us by posting and commenting on the Café beBee group. Grab your favourite beverage on the way in, and let’s unwind by sharing a bit of our real selves with each other.

But, hey, let's keep it light, guys and gals.   Please post your work worries, religious realisations, and political perspectives somewhere else.  

Welcome to Café beBee!

b🐝… b🐝… b🐝… b🐝… b🐝… b🐝

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John Rylance

5 months ago #18

John Rylance

5 months ago #17

Ken Boddie

5 months ago #16

John Rylance

5 months ago #15

Yesterday I was reading the obituary of Spencer Silver, co-inventor of the Post-it Note.   Silver in interviews talked about how they appeared everywhere. 

In films someones computer screens are invariably covered in Post-it Notes.

In Sex and the city Carrie was dumped by her boy friend via a Post it Note in an episode titled The Post-it Note always sticks twice.

Silver also said  I saw one spy movie where a buxom Germa spy had a Post-it note folded up in her cleavage so whenever leaned backing exposedthe message and then when she leaned forward it was hidden again.

Ken Boddie

5 months ago #14

John Rylance

5 months ago #13

Paul Walters

5 months ago #12

Always likes that cafe, one of my favourites.  Any patron who can adapt Janis Joplin's lyrics is enough for me. 

John Rylance

5 months ago #11

Ken Boddie

5 months ago #10

John Rylance

5 months ago #9

Ken Boddie

5 months ago #8

John Rylance

5 months ago #7

How true is this?

 

I CORRECT AUTOCORRECT MORE THAN AUTO CORRECT CORRECTS ME.

Javier 🐝 CR

5 months ago #6

Ken Boddie

5 months ago #5

Javier 🐝 CR

5 months ago #4

I love that Vespa !!!

Ken Boddie

5 months ago #3

NICE BUZZ HERE KEN!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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