Lancashire Evening Post

Column: I Have Solved Tuesday

Tuesday has no mercy; it is tiring and demanding. It is one of mankind's great unsolved mysteries - how to deal with Tuesday. Until now.

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By Darryl Morris

Column: The Pizza Vouchers

I had an argument with a woman I didn't know about pizza vouchers she didn't buy me.

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By Darryl Morris

Column: The Pizza Voucher

It’s Tuesday morning and I have woken up to a puzzling email.

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By Darryl Morris

Column: The Cat(s)

It’s Thursday and I’m taking my cat to the vets. This is the cat I hadn’t realised I was getting. That is, until it was too late. It had crept up on me and I was too invested to protest. I had actually agreed. I just hadn’t realised it. I

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By Darryl Morris

Column: Oh, London

I am in London and I’m reading a newspaper on the tube.

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By Darryl Morris

Column: The Phone

It is Thursday and the world is crumbling around me Up to now, the day had passed with relative ease. I had taken the tram to a meeting. I had read about the impending destruction of the human race in a free newspaper I found on the seat beside me.

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By Darryl Morris

Column: I’ve seen the worst of humanity… and it takes the 11.25 to London.

I am on a train and the whole carriage is angry with Gavin. Gavin is the man on the seat opposite. We all know he’s called Gavin because he announced it down the phone, earlier in the journey. “Hello everybody,” he bellowed, “it’s Gavin here. Coming in to land on

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By Darryl Morris

Column: The Potato Disaster

I am cooking dinner and there has been a potato disaster.

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By Darryl Morris