That is quite good or even very interesting! Ho Ho.(I wonder if Blogger will actually post this. It seems to like to censor me on both your and Helen's blog)
Flushed by success I will attempt a further comment. My father in law from Suffolk has the habit of saying he doesn't mind something rather than he likes something ie I don't mind a shortbread biscuit. Never show too much enthusiasm - it's the British way!
It is very true. I can hear myself saying most of those things!
Amen on the "I hear what you say". Heard that a lot this past week. Although my understanding of it was the one on the second column... Not the best week ever.
Love it! (Meaning: love it!)
Boo! you made the cut. I actually say quite a bit of it too, which must be my inherited British ancestry by way of Dad! I would have used 'I wouldn't mind a shortbread biscuit', not I don't mind though....would he say it when asked if he wants one or when asked his opinion of them in general. Is it sort of like, 'don't mind if I do' ?ElP...sorry it wasn't the best week ever. That must have been quite a rough go...they should publish these things more widely, cause funny or not, it is very very true.JG...ha ha, meaning, haha!!!
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