21 October 2003 12:02
Ha Ma Diddly Da
Remind me was it an American (or a Yank as us Saints call them) that invented
the term "air head?" - - If so I assume the person who coined the
phrase was thinking of Boring Head types (that could be an old Cornish mining
expression I suppose). If Boreheady would like to chk in Denys Val Baker's
excellent book "Britain's Art Colony By the Sea" , page 76 he will
note that in 1920 Hamada had not exhibited whilst Bernard Leach had been
establishd for some ten years. The use of the expression sidekick is quite
acceptable in this context as the appropriate English language expression
(wonder what it is in Cornish?). To complain about the expression would be to
complain about correct English that in turn would be really very racist!! (mind
you the Cornish are pretty racist on the basis that they don't like the English
whatever they may be these days). Always thought that the wrong side won the War
of Independence!!!(American version) So the Saint says Paul boy is right!!!
21 October 2003 15:40
22 October 2003 08:48
Yes well find until idiot Blair brought them all back, then laid down on his back with his trotters in the air.
Bit of an unfair remark re the M of Z, I remember her well and don't recall anything being at all loose. Well I suppose the odd scale fell off there and then but apart from that - she was fine.
22 October 2003 16:27
So, you admit to having had carnal (fishal) knowledge of t' Mermaid, eh?
24 October 2003 09:43
Two saffron buns and a slice of heavy cake and I may
24 October 2003 16:19
Buns in the oven, cake currently being mined. (It's 'hevva', y'know).
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