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Sunday lessons — 10 Comments

  1. Reminds me of an oft-told family story ..

    Apparently, when my late Father was a toddler, back in the early 1930’s .. he had a “naughty” Uncle Albert (who, allegedly was a bit of a reprobate) .. and who used to give my Dad a ha’penny every time he said “Bugger” …. 🙂 🙂 🙂

  2. Just three words GD,i learned more from my father,when he hit his finger with a hammer.

  3. Haddock – I like the idea of a bit of bribery.  I must give that a shot [until it gets too expensive?]

    Popeye – The other words were too rude to write here.  I don’t want to shock anyone.

  4. spot on you ol …. or is it …. ? either way the little one will be able to now hold her own in this f…up’ed crazy as sh.. world of ours!

  5. ” I must give that a shot [until it gets too expensive?] ”

    Fair point Grandad ..

    I shudder to think what a Halfpenny (sterling) at 1930’s value would equate to in today’s Euro .. probably, nigh-on a wheelbarrow full .. 😉

  6. hee hee sounds like a fun day at headrambles manor. now i will take a turn and show the kids how to do grand thef auto alice cullen style. all they need to do is be charming and smile a lot. i think puppy child would have no problem in doing that

  7. I’ve been trying to teach my mates parrot to say Twat, like the one on the Fast Show.
    I’ve not had any success yet.

  8. Perhaps the parrot is only being polite. Or waiting for you to leave the room?

  9. Hmm… I didn’t think about it that way.

    I’m going to go away and re-think my life….

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