Friday, June 12, 2009


Lynne is out in town where she meets an unnamed lady with a baby. Lynne comments on how lovely the baby is, to which the lady replies that she doesn't know who the father is. Lynne suggests a DNA test, and the lady replies it would be the only way to find out if the father was Dan, Nick or Alan, who are all standing nearby.

This red headed lady is a stranger to Lynne, who is merely being kind by commenting on her baby. People who are friends do not say 'Lovely baby' to each other; they would call the baby by its name especially if the baby is as old as that one which must be over 6 months. So if this lady is a stranger, do strangers really say that they aren't sure who the father is? At this point Lynne should have made her excuses and left. No, Lynne is kind and she suggests a DNA test. She probably expected to be told, 'oh OK thanks' and the conversation would be over, but what we get gives an insight to a strange relationship this lady has with her ex-lovers.

The joke of Dan, Nick or Alan is a play on the letters DNA, we know that. Does the lady know that? We don't know. What we do know is that all three ex-lovers are following this lady round town together. Are they all friends? Did she enter some sort of sordid night of sex with all of them at the same time? I think they want some more. Have they been doing this for the last 18 months? Also quite a coincidence that they are standing in that order. Then again we have no way of knowing which one is Dan, Nick and Alan. Two are grey which suggests they are seasoned players in this town's seedy underbelly. I wonder how many other children they've unknowingly sired.


  1. Oh my god, this is really worrying. I thought Lynne lived in the 70's, but she is opening talking about DNA testing? What is going on here; a DNA test, a paternity test or DNA testing wasn't developed until 1985 by Sir Alec Jeffreys at the University of Leicester. William we need answers! Is Lynne from the future? Or is it all a stunning coincidence, that Dan, Nick and Alan are around? Lynne does seem to have an awful lot of coincidences to deal with. No wonder she is prone to thinking about something, and then suddenly shouting out the answer to her own questions and hanging around naked with her girlfriends.

  2. Lynne lives in the late 70s/early 80s so she may have read in the Today newspaper about the onset of DNA testing which was due to arrive in 2 or 3 years time and got confused and thought it was available now. She was showing she's up with the times to impress random strangers who tell her far more about their lives than she actually needs to hear.

  3. Thank you Mr Hughes, what a perfect explanation. I can now see why I am still driving a ten year old estate (sports varient mind). I'm going back to my Courvoisier now. Leave me alone. I've got people on the Internet to stalk.

  4. But the man in the black t shirt isn't called Nick. His name is John. John Terry actually. We've found out all about him since the injunction has been lifted.