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.
Tim back to his best and Celina having none of it (though just to wind him up, I'd say, for really, Tim's the only one who really really wants that stuff).
Haha Andrew! I am sure you mean that Tim covets Celena's scarf!
Actually it was Tim's scarf and Celena took it and would not give it back!
Oh my goodness! Nobody, but NOBODY!!! should try to steal Tim's scarf! That girl is playing with fire.
It was a dangerous move Andrew! He goes green if you try that and turns into the Incredible Sulk... sorry Hulk!
I think they are both coming to get you!!!
Err -who are they?
Intriguing. What's brought this on?
Welshcakes... Ellee... You have clearly not been paying attention to the emerging global internet legend that is, or are, Jams' Alley Cats. It would, I fear, take too long to explain. Just watch and wonder... Or dig deep way, way back in the archives and study hard.
Welshcakes, Tim is my nephew and Celena is one of his closest friends. I've been working with Tim as a model since February and with Celena since July. They are excellent models.Ah Ellee I've been putting together a portfolio as a basis for seeking paid work. Tim and Celena have been great models.Ah Nephew I know you are a star!
Are you sure, Jams, Anonymous = Tim?Anyway, an excellent piece of photography. Did I recently mention you're getting better and better?In case I did not: Herewith I did.
I bet my donkey against a bicycle, Brother Shaunso: Our master's written voice it was we were allowed to read, above.[Oh well, the brows of Lady Limoncello and Miss Ellie will again form question marks.]
Ah Sean you are quite right I think it was a certain Fine Scottish gentleman and not my nephew at all!Thanks for the compliment. I am blessed with two great models
Ha ha...Don Andrewnymous struck a fine confusing hidden blow there (practising to deceive the real foess). But me, Don QuiScottie being mistaken for Tim??!! I think that wilt confuddle both Tim and I so much I had better not cloak myself in stolen disguise (like Tim so often does) ever again.
And yes...Ah...the Dear Ladies Limoncello and Ellie... If only I were not so devoted to my Darling Dulcinea... you know.. I do swear I may be t... But no! Such thoughts! Chivalry return to this demented Don!!!... Dulcinea, I am on my way back to you as fast as Rocinante's creaky legs can bring me (which means, I fear, I may be slow).
Ach... you know what's missing from Alley Cats is the forceful intervention of a tall bald and ageing but chivalrous Scotsman trying to protect the young lass from the clothes-thieving cad. But such a unique new model would be hard to find. Hmm.
The point, dear Don QuiScottie, is that like most modern bloggers, especially those who do on a daily basis 'have to' visit zillions of 'friends' in order to read trizillions of Excellents and Lovelys and Oh god, how cute!!! etc. etc. in their comment section, Lady Limoncello and Miss Ellie will (very probably) not return to check if there's an answer to their question.
To mistake you for my nephew is unforgiveable. On the other hand your stunning good looks and your flowing locks, it was an easy mistake to make Don Quiscottie!Please take care of dear Rocinante even if dear dulcinea calls!
Well since my head is bald your observation of my "flowing locks" does leave me troubled. There are parts of me that only Dulcinea should see (though she may prefer not to). The Don will cover himself more carefully when next he sleeps.
Ah yes, Seanso, as you know just a few trusty friends and a couple of creaking steeds leave one better prepared to watch the unfolding battle. It's all a nonsense mostly, when there are real whirling demons to defeat.
Andrew you would be an honoured guest at any future shoot. Your gallantry and dashing good looks will only add to the quality of my work!
Courage then, mighty hero. It's all just about the 'a' and the 'o'.
Who knows, one day my path may meander down through Romford. I'll let you know. I have a mind to give that Debenhams window a good kicking in actually, as I think that might teach the bankers a lesson or two... innit?
You have a point Seanso. I do go back to check follow up comments but not all the time.Andrew I would flaunt your flowing locks for all to see
Ah Andrew I would think twice. The bankers have vengeance and stiff sentences on their side!
See me blushing, Jams?Far was I from intending to 'attack' you.Just let us wait, if one of the esteemed ladies return and leave another comment.And now: The peace of the night.
An Sean but you were correct regarding the origin of the anonymous comment!We shall see if Ellee or welshcakes come back!
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