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.
JamsKeep your chin up. Are you near one of those markets that is selling SQUIRREL meat? Redneck cuisine in the heart of the UK.Of course raccoon and possum are needed to have a genuine experience.
Thanks BeakI'm fine just facing a potential crossroads.Does squirrel taste better at roadkill?
My ex girlfriend was Abenaki. She swore that roadkill deer was alreadytenderized. There is a saying from an American sage known as Yogi Bera "when you come to a fork in the road take it".
Hope all is OK, jams. x
A crossroads is better than being stuck in a rut, I'd humbly suggest (although I do realise that rather depends on where the roads that cross may lead too). I wish you good travelling.
Haha that's a good one. I have heard of Berra's quotes, always funny!Andrew, Welshcakes, I'm fine... I need to talk to a few people then make a decision.. Can't say what it's about.. nothing to do with home life
"There are things I need to think about." This is definitely a perilous endeavor for any of us portly men. Take it easy, Jams. It will pass, and if you see a crossroads, just take it be my advice ;-)
Something I learned the hard way over the last few years is that it's always better to make the decision yourself than to wait for someone else to.
Snoopy, Ruth thanks. I think I know which way to go!
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