Last week I was contacted by a journalist tasked with writing for inews about people’s occupations, and this week’s contribution was about the London cabbie.
Here I describe how Tony Blair’s head ended up in the back of my cab, how to deal with awkward customers and what I think of cyclists (you might be surprised at that one).
I urge you to check out Nick Duerden’s piece here.
5 thoughts on “Secrets of a cabbie”
Enjoyed that very much. Impressed you can stay so calm with some of the things you have to put up with… and I like how much your cartoon looks like you!
Thanks. I rather like my cartoon, especially as I’m not smiling!
I enjoyed that, and well done for getting in the ‘news’. If only Nick had asked you about going ‘Sarf of the rivver’ though… 🙂
Best wishes, Pete.
And pity he didn’t put in a link to my blog and the mention of my forthcoming book was edited out!
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