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.
Wish I could get that ketchup thing right with my hands.
I watched a semi final last night, the final is tonight - can't wait. Am disappointed Armenia is out of the running - she certainly had winning breastages. Does anyone ever enter Eurovision without a wind machine?
Haha James!Ah Nurse Wind machines are de rigeur dontchaknow!
Herewith is declared I disclaim any responsibility.
Ah Sean are you not ecstatic at Germany's stunning victory?
Ecstatic? Nah!! As you might know I do fully agree to Wilhelm Busch who stated: Musik wird störend oft empfunden / dieweil sie mit Geräusch verbunden. - Music as it's noise-related / is often not appreciated.It was nice a performance for a girl that (knows herself very well and admits that she ) cannot sing, extraordinarily good.It may surprise you: I thought the Spanish singer to be the best.Actually, I found a certain Mr. Law's statements much more interesting.
I didn't see Eurosong, The not wife told me that it was not a classic.David Laws.. Well err....
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