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.
My shoes are Japanese
These pants are from England
The red hat on my head is Russian
But even then, my heart is Indian
Isn't that the truth? And for every country too. Something must be made in Canada besides Maple Syrup and ski-doos.
Maple Syrup is the food of the gods and thus justifies Canada's exisitence alone!
Made me smile :-)
He reminds me of an Indian "Mr. Bean." I was just settling in with a spot o' Bailey's Irish cream in my coffee - a perfect compliment!~~~Blessings~~~
It's certainly fun!
We heard a great song last week albeit a trifle naughty.The main chorus goes:Shush girl, shush your lipsDo the Helen Keller, and talk with your hipsWe were greatly amused.It's called "Don't Trust Me" by 30h!3 a Denver-based electronica group. The video is pretty odd but fun.
Haha EWBL, I'll have to check it out!
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