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.
The outfit makes you look younger Shaun
But it didn't grow m hair back!
It's my my my my my my... feckin' bleedin' my!"m hair?" Good God man you are dropping letters like strands of hair. Your alphabet is balding!But with you, I am noble enough to see that it is a disease, an affliction, even though a sin. You are indeed The Noble Sinner of Sinbin. I forgive you even as I smite.
I am honoured by your forgiveness my dear Don!
Am now perusing your list of "gretest" books in a more recent missive. Does gretest mean good or bad, or is it another sin to be forgiven?
Ah your eyes deceive you, my fried!
Fixed, fine, now let's move on to "Gratuitious" Try GratuitousI am being gentle and slow, my squire. Gentle and slow.As for "fried", my brain is indeed so.Word verification "untes". It's undies for goodness sake, undies. Or is it c...s? Hmm.
Bloody hell I wonder if that one will ever come up in word verification!
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