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.
This is EXCELLENT and I have just sent it to all my friends.
THe vid is great isn't it!
Hilarious! And thanks for the reminder. Last year the day slipped right past me.
Arr it be a fun day me hearty!
LOL! Oh my gosh it's true! ROTFLMBO! Argh!
It's a wonderful video, eh?
Aarrrr!I'd not seen the video before :-)
I posted a w.w. pic of my littlest up in a big tree..We had talked about how it was talk like a pirate day...I think he was on his ship, someone about to "walk the plank!"shiver me timbers!!lori
Is not-wench celebrating Sepetember 19, Jams? I mean not the not-cats, the not-wife. I hope she is honouring this day with the adequate words and phrases.Redwine, the Eastern-European wench
Sailing the seven seas.. ah the imagination of children Lori.Indeed Red, she has threatened to slit my gizzard and called me a scurvy dog...
We have a book about Pie Rats.....Pie-My official second language!
I didn't realize it was an Interenational Pirate Day... It took me 3 blogs to figure that one out. LOL. Anyhow, this morning, I took a boat from Martha's Vineyard back to Cape Cod... I didn't try to battle any other pirates of the Atlantic, though... Maybe I should have...
LOL Ewbl, Better Pie- Rat than Rat pie!Glad you found it illuminating Roland, I will test you on your proficiency.Aww Lone Beader you should have raised teh Jolly Roger and plundered your way from Kennebunkport (or however one spells it) to the Spanish Main!
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