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.
you said: "It was this or in depth political analysis...." :):):) "This" was a good choice! I think someone got totally hammered one night at the factory where they pack these pears and wanted to make statement... don't ask me what statement?
It was a good choice! As to what the the statement was I will bow to anyone's better judgement
Looks like a damned smiley to me. Heck and Feck, they get everywhere, Cans of pears, Mars, windmills. Good god, me and the faithful Seanso have taken on an awesome task (and some may wonder what the heck this comment is all about... which is as it should be, in this meaningless mad world.)
Hha Andrew a bit of bwilderment, befuddment and all round banjaxity in moderate doses will lubricate the flywheels and pistons of consciousnes
I actually went to school with a Wendy McMahon in New Zealand..... wonder if it's the same one?
Perhaps I will lay of the pears for a while!
I just saw this "satanic slice of fruit" on BoingBoing and thought of you, Jams, but you're way ahead of me! Demonic face indeed. Whether it was a happy accident or a harmless bit of mischief, I'm amazed that people get so worked up so easily.
You never know Nurse M it could be herSage advice CherieI'm sure someone carved it for a little devilment Stan
That will teach her! False economy!
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