You daft ‘aipath! What you doin’ collectin’ stones in yer at?
I wanted em fer th’garden. Twill make a nice dressin’ ont top of the pots.
Yer an owd idiot Mon! Yer ed’s full o’ gravel dust now don’t yer know?
Yer ed’ must be rattlin’ like an old stone path being walked on, yer numpty.
Oo you callin’ a numpty? If tha’dud na like me, why dids’t tha marry me?
Becowse I luved yer. An thays the truth o’it.
Trying to write in some sort of dialect. Apologies for it.
Imagine a game like curling that you play with stones on ice, but on a normal floor. That’s sliders, a curling game where the stones have ball bearings underneath them to allow them to glide across the floor You aim at a target with scores which go from 1 2 3 4 5 and 10.
Today I actually scored a 10, which is very unusual for us. Sometimes I can’t even reach the target as the bearings on the stones are starting to get worn out. We play a simple game where the highest score after an hour wins. Today there were 7 of us playing. It’s also good exercise as you are bending and stretching and walking backwards and forwards.
If you want a simple game to play at a community centre or village hall I would recommend it.