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.
Many thanks Good Shaunso, but "typos and windmills"? Don't forget the damnable emotimonstrosities either. I am a busy man.
:) my dear Don!
:-):-) :-) ;-)
You go girl! That should raise his blood pressure by a good three orders of magnitude!
Oh my. Wait. In a minute I shall offer our valiant conqueror of windmillish evils, typocal errors and emo ... shhh a magic potion.And for the four unspeakables Cherrypie is trying to provoke Don QuiScottie and his faithful squires with: Naughty, naughty, naughty.
Ach, from friends I know that it is just for target practice. I have even been known to set one up myself to perfect my aim.Thanks to you all :)
Take this magic potion, Don QuiScottie.
It's fun to bait the Don even though we love him, Sean!An emoticon you will be hoist by your own pet toad DonThat will fortify the good Don, Sean!
Can't believe the QuiScottie Cartoon and the Magic Potion.It seems our Don has a global reputation!
Ah he is a star Claude!
('') ^^ <>An excellent cartoon.
It;s a good one eh Maciceye?ha ha Susan that will rile the Don no end!
I didn't see any good in turbine is there? ^_^ Happy Sunday!
BRILLIANT!!!!!Word verification is "cause" :)
The perfect word!
The Don has been unconscious ever since swooning on viewing Susan's emoticons.I quite like him that way.Oh... stirring a bit now and mumbling.Does anyone know what "Feckin feck" means? Have never heard him mumble that before.
I would mop his fevered brow and whisper sweet nothings... in good grammatical English of course!
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