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.
Hey well there's a lot of surplus intelligence out there. someone has to pick it up!
That is a wonderful way of puttig it. I will have to bear it in mind the next time I am called a Smartarse (about 11 minutes 24 seconds at a guess)
They're soft-soaping everyone! I had the same as you and I guessed at lots of answers!
Or you are a genius too Liz!
Now don't be smug, no one has no gaps in his/her knowledge and you are never too old to learn. My aim is to learn a new thing every day, now the problem is to remember it.
Seriously jmb you are quite right. I am facing the same thing too.
I have gaps in my knowledge everywhere but not when I research something.
I agree with James! ;)And, I will come back when you post an easier quiz. LOL
I don't shop at The Gap at all. They're a bunch of high-priced khaki peddlers.So, I guess that means I don't have any "Gaps" in my recollection either.I wonder how a Gap store manager would fare on this quiz?
EWBL - heh! You know, "NOGAPS" is the acronym for one of the half dozen or more hurricane mathematical models published by our National Weather Service. You and I, EWBL, depended on NOGAPS (along with other models) to find out that we had to secure everything for Hurricane Ike a couple months ago in Houston. So I guess we really did have NOGAPS in our knowledge!No, I didn't take the quiz. Sorry... I don't enjoy such things.
Perhaps I shoul;d post a quiz where I tank!Haha LB. I can say that I have never shopped at a Gap either EWBLI didn't know tht Steve. In that cae having NOGAPS is essential!
mai naYm is Zayrar paylnI'ze got ONLY gapz in mai nollijj
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