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.
Looks a bit of a fanny, to my uncultured eye
Actually he is an excellent model, who is happy to experiment, Ruth!
Ruth?Rudi?Not the same.It was me, and I am a man, and I do apologise for my Rudi 'humour'.
Oop@! I was mut have had someone else on my mind Rudi!
"Oop@! I was mut"Now let me survey this mess...Oops... I was... "mut"?A dog? Mutton? Perhaps Oops I must have had... but Oops I was must have had...?I was must have had?Oops... I swoon...The Don is considering abandoning his life's work and looking for some new challenge. Windmills - they win (truth is I quite admire these modern turbineish quietly whirly ones). Smiley :) :( :/ :\ little nippers and their LOLS and ROTFLMAO's? Ach... just a bit of fun. Typos? Ach... Master Shaunso has turned them into an art form in which even names are swapped and men become women. And so, perhaps, I may bow out and point my steed towards where Dulcinea rests, to wander homeward, not defeated, but resigned. Until some new depravity catches my eye, perhaps.The wordish verification is "ficib", and yay, I could not give a ficib any more :) LOL xx Luv Ya Babes ...Sigh...
Now that is bad by my standard
Tim rocks! End of story!
That he does Syncy!
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