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.
Terrible thing, Jams. Hope you get it back and the toerags get incarcerated but failing that, have you considered a bicycle?
Arse biscuits? Haha...that one made me chuckle. Never heard that expression...but I think I can figure it out:)Hi from the southern gal...
I'm going mad, Jams. I left a comment hours ago or, at least, I typed one. Perhaps that was stolen too.Sorry - in bad taste.Hope she comes back safe and well.Keep us posted.
hope she comes back in one piece :-)
Arse Toley ShiteHow violating.
It is a reall piss off. Still we won't wait too long before getting a new one. JamesHi Sandy. It's a good expression eh!No worries Calum. I dobt we will see it again.It would be good if it did Sally but we won't hold our breathYou said it Colin!
It is always horrible when someone violates your property. I had a car of mine broken into some time ago and I know how it feels.
It's a pisser andwe are annoyed but there is nothing we can do. We have the chance of buying a new car (one less than 10 years old that is!) for £1,000. We may just do that
Ijust like the Label used for this post: "gratuitous swearing".Nice. But not really gratuitous I'd say. May have to rethink my policy of just using oldish modest cars as nobody is likely to steal them. I also admire your political tenuous link - it would never have happened with Labour in power, no doubt.
I never thought anyone would be interested in it. It wont make me change to brand new cars though!Well as for the logic, it didn't happen under Labour!
JamsThe car is likely in a chop shop. At 20 years the parts are worth more than the car,
Sadly so, Beak, sadly so...
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