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.
That sign is excetional, isn't it? "The Town That Hated Outsiders (And The Letter 'P')!" If you only speak Sanish, get out of town! One wonders if they have an ost office, and avements for strolling with your artner, who's really retty, before getting issed in the local ub, and getting arrested by the olice for unching an erson in the gut. "I can't go to rison!" you may cry!
I can't believe this happens in a place where English is their language. :P
A bunch of stuid ricks eh Egg!It is funny eh Sandy!Ah ECL this one is mild!
LOL Perfect irony!!!
Or just erfect Kay!
[The following is pirst and poremost an pomage to the padmirable Poudtpul Pegg]Pooh, pow Pppppppppppp[12 pees]edantic!Pa pa pa pa ... pilarious!
You're all very funny people. They just lended me the pee because (as an old lady) I needed it at the time. We didn't think that anyone would notice. I don't need it anymore. I'll send it back to them.
It would be an entertaining class with Mayor Stranczek teaching English as a second language.Yes, all of you are very funny.
JamsAlways double check spell check corrections. Luckily some legal terms are not there, but there have have been some winners.I had an Asian man whose name was rong the I typed in three times as wrong. The person told me it was wrong so I typed wrong. It was frustrating to be in an Abbot and Costello routine
AHaha Claude One alwyas needs to P!That's true Susan although the erstwhile mayor and his son have bigger problems... There is a furore in the town over the use of contaminated well for part of the town's water supplyIndeedy Snoopy!
Haha I bet it was pretty embarrassing tat the end Beak!
LOL. It's hanging in an English-speaking country...fair enough. Funny though.
Still a good one eh!
Post a Comment