Never Assume, the first story in The Absurd Tales of Mr Griffs series, is available as a FREE DOWNLOAD. In this story, Mr Griffs' difficult neighbour, Steve Moran, accuses him of digging holes in Steve's garden. What does Mr Griffs do to get back at Steve? Well...you'll just have to find out
#2 Boats - Mr Griffs might have a Northern English accent but he was actually born on a boat on international waters. His favourite thing about boats is catching the breeze through his tousled white hair and even through his baggy shirt. According to Mr Griffs you just don't get this when you're travelling on an airplane.
'We're supposed to be taking care of these kids - not leading them towards a life of crime!' Mr Griffs swiftly retorted, 'Well, at least it's a job. You know about the high unemployment rates at the moment. Besides, we have to stand up to bullies. Just like that man with the feather.' |
A line from Never Assume - the first story in The Absurd Tales of Mr Griffs series.
In this scene Mrs Griffs catches her husband, Mr Griffs, throwing nuts all over the living room. He was busy teaching Ruby and Lucy, two young girls who they often babysit, to throw nuts and hit a target.
Any guesses as to who Mr Griffs is talking about?
'The world through the eyes of Mr Griffs' showcases Mr Griffs' perspective on some of the world's most pressing matters. They will be random, thought provoking and funny. Well...at least we hope.
#1 Escalators ~ Mr Griffs has never been a fan of escalators. Mainly because he likes to wear oversized flip flops and he's always worried that the excess rubber will get caught at the top of the escalators. As Mr Griffs always says, 'Give me stairs any day'.
A line from Never Assume - the first story in The Absurd Tales of Mr Griffs series. In this scene Steve Moran, a sales executive at an advertising firm, is forced to wash his fancy dressing gown following a run-in with the neighborhood's local newspaper delivery girl, Sophia.
All Things Griffs
Mr Griffs leads a peaceful life. Or so he claims to. He lives on a quiet street, Pickle Mouse Crescent, in the idyllic town of Cornville. Yet for some reason, Mr Griffs always manages to find trouble. Or does trouble find him?