The title of this blog comes from a Gaelic expression -"putting on the poor mouth"-which means to exaggerate the direness of one's situation in order to gain time or favour from creditors.
Why does Robyn always look like he needs to be brushed for an hour. The amount of static electicity that might create is staggering.
That is a look with attitude and maybe suspicion.Oh and Sorry you've been tagged
He's just a big scruff! but there's an idea.. if we could harness that static then we could become self sufficient in electricity at a stroke!He looks that way Letha but he was actually looking at a bit of cord I was dangling out of shot. Thanks for the tag. I will put up a post over the weekend.
There is a bit of the pirate about the lad, or he dips snuff, which I doubt.That squinting right eye and curl to his lip is about right for an "Arrghh!"
I've seen that expression before... on the face of a stand-up comedian just before he delivers a particularly wretched one-liner. Maybe this Robyn could do stand-up comedy as an opener for the human Robyn? He should be great at stand-up: after all, he has four legs to our two...
I'm loving his squinty eye! Arrrr matey!
He even had a parrot on him once.. but he ate it!!bad comedian steve?? Are you say my cat is on par with Andrew Dice Clay??? Now that IS fightin' talk!!!I am really trying to view him as a pirate.. when it comes to territory he does repel all boarders!
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