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I have 13226 stories published in 150 collections on the site.
My stories have been read 13469749 times and 124 of my stories have been cherry picked.
12 of my 3,791 comments have been voted Great Feedback with a total of 12 votes

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Paul Curtis

My name is Paul Curtis and I have lived most of my life in Surrey and now live and work in Woking. I have been writing for about thirty years originally for my own amusement although I now enjoy inflicting it on other people.

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Downshire Diary – (95) Escape to the Summer Fête (Part 02)

As had been the long standing tradition the Fête was held in the Mornington Manor grounds and also in keeping with tradition it was extremely well attended, in fact it was heaving.

LIFE’S FLICKERING FLAME

Heavens chorus sings Calling to the earthly soul

ALL-TIME CLASSIC MOVIE FAVOURITES – THE BISHOP'S WIFE (1947)

Directed by Henry Koster, the Christmas classic, The Bishop's Wife, tells the tale of an Episcopal Bishop, Henry Brougham played by David Niven, who has been working for months on the plans for a new cathedral, paid for by a selfish and stubborn widow Mrs. Hamilton, (Gladys Cooper).

Downshire Diary – (95) Escape to the Summer Fête (Part 01)

Paul Biggerstaff and Liz Bradshaw were staying on a camp site in the Finchbottom Vale that was once a working railway station before it fell afoul of Dr Beeching and his cuts, in a place called Sharpinghead.

I HAVE A LITTLE RIDDLE FOR YOU

I have a little riddle for you

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12 of my comments have received 12 Great Feedback votes

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oh bum! not again  

Posted on Sat, 28 Dec 2019

oh bum! not again

 

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Posted in THE BEST CHRISTMAS MOVIES EVER – OH CHRISTMAS TREE (2013)

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Ooops, a good title though

Posted on Thu, 12 Dec 2019

Ooops, a good title though

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Posted in Snippets of Downshire Life – Christmas Jumper Day

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Thank you for putting up with

Posted on Sun, 11 Nov 2018

Thank you for putting up with me

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Posted in Tales from the Finchbottom Vale – (98) Christmas in Sharpington – James’s Tale (Part 02)

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I'm not admitting to

Posted on Fri, 28 Sep 2018

I'm not admitting to forgetting where I parked it though

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Posted in MORE TO BE PITIED THAN SCOLDED

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Sorry!!!

Posted on Tue, 10 Apr 2018

I dont think I could have picked a worse paragraph for the teaser if i tried

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Posted in Yvonne Makin’s House of Fun – (20) Tease Me Please Me (Part 04)

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Thanks Nolan  

Posted on Sun, 25 Mar 2018

Thanks Nolan

 

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Posted in HAIR OF AUBURN

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Because I'm a numpty

Posted on Fri, 04 Mar 2016

Because I'm a numpty

I've fixed it now.

Thanks Vera

 

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Posted in Choice Tales from the Vale – (033) Sitting Pretty

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I see, so its a case of

Posted on Fri, 25 Jul 2014

I see, so its a case of "Phyician heal thy self". well ok I'll give it a go.

You do realise I'm not a proper doctor? Unless my boy scout bandaging badge counts.

As to girls not having the wherewithall to produce belly button fluff,...

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Posted in COUGHS AND SNEEZES

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I think its probably a myth

Posted on Thu, 05 Jun 2014

I think its probably a myth Bee like the Lochness Monster and shy and retiring Used Car Salesmen.

Unless you count driving and crashing as multitasking.

Cheers

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Posted in MY SATNAV IS WORSE THAN MY WIFE

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A great Piece Bee

Posted on Mon, 12 May 2014

A great Piece Bee

 

i thought these libes were particularly powerful

"He knocked again, and still no answer came -
just the eerie echoes of the fallen"

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Posted in Battle Cries

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