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Top of The Pops (Toe)

Golden Record (The Beatles: Hey Jude)

Each and every one is pure gold. Apart from that one.

A little time out for me this week and a glorious chance for you to catch up on what have been the most popular posts on Pretty Feet, Pop Toe. I’m sure everyone has their favourite, I know it’s hard to pick when each and every one is a work of literary genius, but here, as voted for by the footfall of internet traffic, are the top four posts of all time.

Feel free to tell me if you have a particular favourite that should have been up there and wasn’t (I happen to think my piece about dog poo was grossly underrated and should have been snapped up by a national or something).

In at 4, for all the nose pickers and bogey flickers, it’s Nasal Etiquette: The Top Five Offenders.

At 3, a surprise new entry for anyone who has stared into the gaping maw of depression, it’s Not the Me That I Want You to See.

Holding firm at 2, a treasure of anti-social ranting, It’s Good to Talk, or is it?

And at number 1, maintaining the top spot for broken-hearted lovers everywhere, Everybody Deserves a Broken Heart.

That’s all for now, pop (toe) pickers.

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About prettyfeetpoptoe

I live in London and have both my own legs so I am fortunate enough to get out and about on occasion. I form many views on the things that I see and do and love nothing better than a session of linguistic gymnastics in order to share these views.

4 responses »

  1. All of your posts are excellent. I love that one, and then there’s that one. Oh, and don’t forget that wonderful one that time on such and such. Facetious, moi? You know what I mean; you write well, kid!

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  2. I enjoy remembering when I first read them–“golden oldies” indeed. Be well.

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