An old count?Perhaps "coot?"Unless this is a royal bank, of course.
Methinks not "coot".
Just an extra vowel.
An old count? An old count? Oh! Grandpa's hearing isn't quite what it used to be, is it?Marvelous.
I don't get it. Can anyone explain?
Isaac, subtract the "O" from count to understand how bad has Grandpa's hearing become.
That's "count" pronounced as in "country".
count should be with a capital 'Count'
I see. Hmm.. quite tricky! :D
See you in tea!
For this one, I nearly went with:"He does not understand why the doctor wants to give him an anenome."but decided it might be too obscure...?
You could say "He does not understand why the doctor wants to give him an M and M."
"but decided it might be too obscure...?"it d be fiiiineee ;>
I found this as article of the day on Wikipedia, and it seems "count" is just an historical spelling:http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gropecunt_Lane
Ross, you are too cheeky for words, which is why I adore your blog!
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