Discussion in 'Recumbents, Trikes and HPVs' started by markg0vbr, 10 Feb 2011.
Don't think he meant you.
I think he did though, having read back.
Oh, indeed he did ...
You think he'd know better at his age though.
If the cap fits....Guilty conscience... etc.
But no I meant Scoosh!
I'm afraid his age has reached that stage ... you know ... the thing about the castle, the servants ...
We play along 'cos it keeps us all happily entertained and it is pleasantly amusing - but .....
I mean, really ...
total conjecture !
Followed with ...
err, well now, there my be something in this bit.
He can't make a declaration of war either.
Gives him something to do, keep him out of trouble.
Oh Dear, it seems that the peasants are revolting! No surprise there,living in mud huts and washing no more than once a year, and that when they accidentally fall in the beck!
'Fall in the beck' - of what ? The bath-chair ?
Sorry, forgot you were foreign. A beck is a small, natural watercourse, known in uncivilised parts as a stream.
Not a brook?
Now I realise you're from the North Riding, and I'm from the West Riding, the largest of the three. County loyalty can only go so far.
Is that what the civilised world calls a "burrn" ? [note the phoenetic spelin]
Nay, a burn 'd be larger than a beck, but smaller than a river.
Oh Dear. Foreigners unable to find a consensus about a word.
The day when Yorkshire 'rules to world'* will see this settled.
*Except Lancashire which will rightly be demolished.
Ere, born & bred in't West Riding(The largest of the Three).
And feature in the Thieves Litany(not the beggars litany as some call it).
Not too far from the brothel Charlotte, Emily & Anne worked at.
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