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.
Did you do that?
Bloody hell, I wouldn't wanna meet that on a dark night!!
Disgusting! You promised (!) you'd feature me this week. And you added why: [...] you are my hero!.Bicycle!
Now how will I get to sleep?
Oh not me James!Sergeant I had to delay your appearance as there was a severe outbreak of bicycles in CorkadoraghaKellie, Gledwood the sea bishop is fearsome.. be afraid, BE VERY AFRAID!
It's not safe to put your true face on the internet. Remember this, Jams.
You're quite right but nobody messes with Jams the Sea Bishop!
You are forgiven, Mr. O'Donnell. Extraordinary circumstances call for extraordinary decisions.May your thinking flow into the ocean of wisdom from where you dive up with the right decision.
I am glad you are not aggrieved by my choice Sergeant. I just felt that the crisis in Corkadoragha was too important to ignore. Next week I assure you will get a well deserved place of honour
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