There’s no place like home

Hello and good evening, it’s me your Bearded Captain, leader of all Beards, flag bearer of all beards on digital and digital broadcasting media. I am that Beard who tries to make people laugh and I am that Beard who tries to make people smile.

Brothers, I want to talk about an issue important in the life of The Bearded Captain, and this is the topic of no place like home. Most dearest brothers of mine, with the news that Boris the clean shaven errrm errrm Johnson is announcing the news that working from home is to be reintroduced, I want to remind you of some of the benefits.

For my UK readers (North West England to be precise), you will all too aware that currently the weather is not great at all. Rain, a slight drizzle followed by more rain, the rain where it feels like it can swell up an empty reservoir, the question is would you really want to go out in it?

At time of writing, I have just come back from picking up my nephew, who is my heart and soul. But even in this weather, I was dreading picking him up. That was a one of journey, but work is every day. Look at it this way, you get to control the room temperature and don’t have to rely on an air con that never worked, yes Yodel Salford call centre, that’s a reference to you.

As mentioned in previous blog posts, every cloud has silver lining and all that, well there’s lots of clouds with grey linings if you know what I mean, but I am referencing one of the most famous saying to say look on the bright side of life.

You can control what’s in the ‘canteen’ (the kitchen) and you don’t have to worry about the food being over price or processed and under cooked. There’s no place like home, it’s where your bills are sent and it’s where your life is built.

As I type this, rain is beating very hard and the winds are trying to go faster than a Shoaib Akhtar fast ball. It’s ok for me, I am here typing this, it’s the people outside I feel sorry for.


Published by ayyazmalik

Hi guys thanks for having a look at my blog :) . Just to state the obvious my name is Ayyaz Malik. I love writing articles, it's been a passion since I have been a 'wee nipper'. To share a little bit about myself I am training to be a cricket umpire (yay!) and I work for the Asian Sunday :) which is a up and coming paper in Bradford. is my way of sharing with you my view on sports world and world in general.

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