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.
Brilliant - I was just writing a cheque for the poor - almost spilled my brekkie.Great advice for the lasses, Jams - great to see you care.
Pne does one's best!
You guys would refer to this as 'the good old days,' right?!
Haha Sandy, avctually not really!
Jams,Your sense of humour (or lack of common sense or poor taste) getting you into trouble again :)
Where were you when I needed advice? I hold you responsible for all the problems I got into. How can a poor innocent girl manages if nobody tells her anything?
Actually Calum it was in a repeat of Harry Enfield on Cable. I enjoyed it so I posted it!Ah there you goe Claudia!
Harry Enfield was excellent.
He could be very good indeed. Some clinkers too though. Getting back with Paul Whitehouse for a couple of new series was a good move. He is back on form again
What can one say? Good old days ;-)
But I bet SWMBO would hit you as hard as the not-wife would hit me if we suggested this!
If only I had known 40 years ago!
Very funny. Now I'm off to entrap some poor bugger with my complexion
...something queer happens....
Mama always told me to watch out for the toothless foreign type.
Well you never know when a queer occurrence may transpire HGF!Add sokme dentures and marry him Pouty!!!!
You are hilarious. Great advice but I prefer living in sin.
Ah liiving in sin.. that's why the not-wife is the not-wife!
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