Fun Facts About Me

  • I am only five feet four and half inches tall, with hairy feet, I could be a Hobbit!
  • My dream woman would definitely by Audrey Hepburn, oh yes!
  • I always wanted a blue and yellow Macaw, I was going to teach it the words to Common People by Pulp, so when anyone came round it would say “I wanna live with Common People like you”, I thought that would be hilarious!
  • My right calf is way smaller than my left calf, which looks a bit odd when I’m wearing shorts, this is from shredding my ankle ligaments playing football (soccer) when I was fourteen.
  • I am half English, quarter Welsh and a quarter Polish, through my Grand Parents, which means I could play football (soccer) for all three countries, but my kids can only play for England (which they are probably happy about).
  • I love music, I have over 1000 vinyl singles and 1000 CD singles still cluttering my parent’s house.
  • I love the Marx Brothers, my favourite films of theirs is Horse Feathers, classic, the passwords Swordfish by the way.
  • I once owned a Koi carp called Charlie, he used to feed from my hand and let me tickle him, I bet you all want one now.
  • I love just throwing in random references every now and again, my karate students are often confused by my odd statements, kids these days, I can’t believe they have never heard of Boris Karloff.
  • The trainers I bought back in August have worn out already, they should be guaranteed for at least 1500 miles of walking, shouldn’t they?

55 thoughts on “Fun Facts About Me

    1. mechristandchronicdisease

      Hi, I always wanted a macaw but I am really allergic to feathers and I would love a koi pond but here in Northern Ontario the herons can spot them from miles away and usually fish them out you have to go really deep to save the fish because our blue herons have really long legs, My friend had just put one in her backyard in Uxbridge , The next morning there is Mr Heron standing in the middle of her pond in the middle of a subdivision block. I thought that was quite funny but she did manage to save her newly bought fish. Maybe one day when the livestock are gone I might put one in we’ll have to wait and see.

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  1. Robin Claire

    Hi Wayne,
    Which post should I use for your testimony that I’m going to put on my blog?
    Maybe it’s one of your first posts on your journey of sobriety?
    Can you paste your link on this reply?
    love you buddy,
    robin

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  2. livinhopewellbeing

    I share your appreciation of Horse Feathers and the genius of Groucho! Pulp’s Common People brings back some good memories!

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  3. Kate Swaffer

    Welcome to my blog, and thanks for finding me! I love the Marx Brothers too, they are my all time favourites, and Duck Soup is their movie that has me laughing the most. Keep up the very inspirational blogging too.

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  4. Kate

    Thank you for coming by my blog, Wayne. I truly admire your courage and grit in your recovery process. It is exciting to see God rebuild a life. Redemption stories are my favorite. God bless you in your journey!

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    1. waynemali Post author

      Thant’s no problem, but don’t worry too much about how many followers you have, they will come, it was a slow building process for me, but as you go along you will meet some great people.
      Wayne

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  5. cherylfoston

    Wayne, you cracked me up! Smart, funny and love Audrey Hepburn…what a guy! 🙂 Seriously, I really enjoy reading your post and I again, want to thank you for reading mine, which got me over to yours. Ain’t life grand?! Keep writing from your soul.

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  6. kayuk

    Thanks for stopping in, hanging out, and reading my blog. I love your fun facts, LOL. It’s nice to meet another humor writer who probably knows how to spell 4 letter words….but chooses not to.

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  7. aviesplace2012

    Hi Wayne! Thank you for stopping by and subscribing to follow my blog. And thanks for reading and liking so many of them today! I pray that God blesses you through them.

    Keep on pressing in to the Lord! He has a great plan for your life and i can see Him through your writings!

    God bless!
    Avanell

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  8. Meeinal

    Awesome blog!! Soccer ain’t my interest but I imagine hobbits😂yes today’s kids love practicing karate as it’s an optional and easier way to participate in the extra curricular activities their school offers.I feel blessed I came to your page.Thank you and stay blessed:)

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    1. waynemali Post author

      Thank you so much, how can you not love Audrey Hepburn, been a fan ever since I first watched Charade, although my favourite is How to Steal A Million!

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  9. McDaniel A. Gyamfi

    Thanks so much for visiting and following gravity of grace. I do appreciate you taking the time to read, like and all that. You have a very wonderful blog and I believe we are connected to fulfill greater purpose
    Warm Regards
    McDaniels

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  10. tonyroberts64

    I want to thank you for following “A Way With Words.” My joy in writing is made more complete when people read what I’ve written (and even more so as they respond).

    I write mainly about faith and mental illness, but am known to dabble occasionally in other subjects (like recovery), stories, and even the occasional poem. If you have any requests, please let me know.

    I appreciate what you are doing here with your blog, sharing your recovery story. I pray you are blessed as you are a blessing to others.

    Gratefully,
    Tony Roberts

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  11. naziyah

    Thank you for your follow, and I’m glad I was led here to your wonderful blog!
    It’s great to see more martial artists in the writing world!

    God bless 🙂

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  12. mzpresser

    Thanks for the follow, looking forward to following you as well. I love our God and how he connects us- even out here in cyberspace!

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    1. waynemali Post author

      I’m not sure I ever will, but I will keep it near the top of my to do list & I will certainly record it or at least my feeble attempts at getting it to do it!
      Wayne

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  13. Terese

    Hi Wayne, thank you for stopping by to read and follow Hope for Today. You have an amazing testimony and I praise God for His grace and mercy! I bless you in His Name to be a blessing to others, especially with your story. Take care!

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  14. milliethom

    Great fun facts! I can identify with a few of them – being short, for one (I’m five foot two). I love all kinds of music and, regarding heritage, I’m English with a mother who’s partly Welsh and a father who’s partly Irish. I can’t join you on having hairy feet or dreaming about Audrey Hepburn, though.

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    1. waynemali Post author

      Hi Millie
      Thanks for visiting, see from your recent post and about me you are currently in Lincolnshire, somewhere between Lincoln and Newark, myself I am in Newark, it’s not very often I come across anyone in the same neck of the woods as me, it’s nice to meet you.
      Wayne

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      1. milliethom

        Yes, it’s nice to meet you, too, Wayne.The nearest fellow-blogger to me so far has been in Norfolk. I know Newark very well. I lived there for eleven years – until 1996 – and still shop there a lot. It’s a very small world!

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  15. JC

    Thanks for the ‘likes’, its very much appreciated. You have a nice site, I’m going to explore a little more if you don’t mind.

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  16. merrimj1122

    Thanks for following- tho i have no real posts yet 😮 overcoming illnesses and family problemas for a while. Soon will get back.
    Like your poetry and LOVE Marx bros!! The state room! It was a joke in our family for ovr 240 yrs whenever we were crowded anywhere!!

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  17. Shofar

    Hi Wayne, since you’re a music lover, you may enjoy this. There is a hilarious video and also sophisticated music on this site:
    wendellsmusic.wordpress.com ‘wendellplaysguitar’

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  18. Robin Vansal

    Thanks for considering my blog worth a follow. I love your site! A follow in return. Your life is full of surprises, it seems. Boris? Umm… I know, the infamous Frankenstein Monster, maybe the kids need a few more lessons;) Love the funfacts, too😄

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  20. crazyloveparent

    Only 5’2 over here and the hubs is only 5’6. My grandmother was 4’8 and hubs mom is maybe 5…maybe…LOL! We are a crew of shorties over here. Thanks for the follow. Looking forward to reading more of your blog! 🙂

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  21. lindamowles

    Thanks for following The Ruminant Scribe. I appreciate the time you spent reading some of the posts and I surely do thank you for liking what you read. I am humbled that you spent time with the blog and I pray it was encouraging and that it, maybe, raised something for you to ponder. I appreciate your blog and am so thankful that you did not end it all. You have a message that will resonate with many, and I am praying that the Lord will use this format to spread His Gospel to others. Blessings to you today. (And, I remember Boris Karlof … not many actors today could pull off what he did all those years ago!)

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