Well well I've learnt something new from this thread.
I never knew Sir Chunky's wife also wore a Tiara. Always thought that was the province of Lady B.
Don't worry DD it's not a proper one more of a alice band with rhinestones, be assured had it been a proper one I would have flogged it and stayed retired, instead of going back to work
"Sir Chunky" of the woosie round table
Can any one please tell me the difference between watching some one arrive on site and staring at them arriving on site?
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It's probably somewhere very similar to the difference between staring and glaring but more so than squinting and less so than ogling
Yep, one where the curtains are twitched nose pressed to the glass eyes wide open with a gaze like "jack nicholson" in the shining.
and the other is sat in the recliner with can of stella in hand eagerly awating the next episode of "carry on camping" to unfold on site,
not that I do either you understand
by the time new arrival appear I am down on the Lake, fishing rod in hand contemplating what her ladyshipe has made for tea,
Colin-yorkshire can I offer you an apology. (see your quote of my post on page 3) My reference to the three yorkshiremen seems to have given you the impression that I was taking issue with your particular post and hadn't read the whole thread (which I had) I am sorry about this. My reference was to the famous Python sketch, and to my perception that there was a pattern developing in the thread that there were snobbish people who were identifiable by outward characteristic. I should have considered there could be an unintended link between your user name and my Python reference; I am sorry that I missed this.
If I rise on the wings of the dawn, if I settle on the far side of the sea, even there your hand will guide me, your right hand will hold me fast.
no problem Mel, i think we all do this from time to time. parksy most eloquently summed it up in a later post about the written word not being a media where emotions can be gauged,