Choose your rattan!No, no joke missed. I meant Ramsay MacDonald and typoed berth.
A sound thrashing is in order.
“I remember when I was a child, being taken to the celebrated Barnum’s Circus, which contained an exhibition of freaks and monstrosities, but the exhibit on the programme which I most desired to see was the one described as “The Boneless Wonder”. My parents judged that the spectacle would be too demoralising and revolting for my youthful eye and I have waited fifty years, to see the The Boneless Wonder sitting on the Treasury Bench.“
My mother used the word sack, I use bag. My location would best be said as a Great Laker.....No! I know a lot of the terms used in different parts of North America, but I was honest in the terms I did use.
I think I'm the only person in my area who says he's carrying a sack of groceries though.
:lmao:No English gentleman's club would tolerate a proper beating, but it certainly would tolerate a proper thrashing.
Proper beatings are reserved for English gentlemen's sons by their top schools' headmasters for not breaking the ice in all the classroom inkwells each morning.
Riding on a bus may date from Victorian London’s omnibuses. (People paid to ride up there?)Yes, our usage standard is funny. We ride on a train, on a plane,or on a bus, in a car. We never ride in a train or in a plane or in a bus or on a car.
Yes this does look like spam, but I am very happy that this person correctly used "is" here instead of "are" - considering this is indeed a thread on English grammarSNIP If anyone of you is struggling as well, I know a great website that helps with these issues. SNIP
Yes this does look like spam, but I am very happy that this person correctly used "is" here instead of "are" - considering this is indeed a thread on English grammar
Nice to see a post from you Tilt, it's too long between your posts.
How are things and I hope everything is well with you.
Thank you, Patrick and Freddie Flattery will get you everywhere, I promise you LOLI must concur with Patrick. It is indeed good to hear from you again, Tilt. Just like the old days, but with only a fraction of the population.