Meghan Markle is a pacifist and feminist

How the hell does Harry get round not dropping the old "When I was on Herrick" pillow talk *

*Finally does some Apache jiggery-pokery and doesn't get to dazzle the wife with war stories.



Maybe he flanked her, "You see darling, The Apache is actually a giant fire engine, with a honking great water dowser on it" "Stressful times while serving with the 'Afghan Fire Brigade' my dearest, let me tell you"



So....
Tow the line chaps, he might need some help.

I found this clip from the nooz....



HRH Captain Wales inspecting The BAe Puffin water dowser for potential leaky seals, Serving the Afghan fire Brigade, Tasked with helping the Afghan crop producing sector.
 
Are those Cumberland snorkers? they look quite yummy, I prefer caramelised red onion ones myself, grilled and eaten with mash, made with butter and chopped onions, all swimming in a good beef gravy, washed down with a glass of Dr Peppers........There's something called Skylog wittering on something about feminists and some such bloody nonsense, seems a lot of pretentious wibble, still, it takes allsorts.......
No . They are not Cumberland sausage. They do not come in link form . The so called Cumberland sausage that you see in Tesbury`s is some sort of bastardised Lincolnshire type. Proper Cumberland sausage is laid out in coiled rope form so all you need to do is hack of a foot or two depending on strength of hunger. It does not contain specks of green stuff, (herbs?)
 
No . They are not Cumberland sausage. They do not come in link form . The so called Cumberland sausage that you see in Tesbury`s is some sort of bastardised Lincolnshire type. Proper Cumberland sausage is laid out in coiled rope form so all you need to do is hack of a foot or two depending on strength of hunger. It does not contain specks of green stuff, (herbs?)
Thanks for the info, we serfs down here in the rural backwaters of south Staffordshire, have only the usual high street shops, and there are not too many specialist butchers selling a coiled yard or so of Cumberland sausage. The only ones I have seen are in inks, hence the query. By the by, my SiL hails from Bolton, and regularly brings me the local delicacy, Bury black sausage, I have been told to fry it, but it tastes quite nice raw cold, just a passing thought.
 
No . They are not Cumberland sausage. They do not come in link form . The so called Cumberland sausage that you see in Tesbury`s is some sort of bastardised Lincolnshire type. Proper Cumberland sausage is laid out in coiled rope form so all you need to do is hack of a foot or two depending on strength of hunger. It does not contain specks of green stuff, (herbs?)
Too right! As a Cumbrian, I can confirm the lasses up there like their sausage portions on the large side!













Which is why I joined the Army and moved away! :smile:
 
How the hell does Harry get round not dropping the old "When I was on Herrick" pillow talk *

*Finally does some Apache jiggery-pokery and doesn't get to dazzle the wife with war stories.



Maybe he flanked her, "You see darling, The Apache is actually a giant fire engine, with a honking great water dowser on it" "Stressful times while serving with the 'Afghan Fire Brigade' my dearest, let me tell you"



So....
Tow the line chaps, he might need some help.

I found this clip from the nooz....



HRH Captain Wales inspecting The BAe Puffin water dowser for potential leaky seals, Serving the Afghan fire Brigade, Tasked with helping the Afghan crop producing sector.
Toe, You toe the line as in putting your toes up to it to get ready for the fight.
You "tow" ships behind you, you "tow" a car behind you, The Americans drive a "tow" truck.

Toe, toe the line.
 
Thanks for the info, we serfs down here in the rural backwaters of south Staffordshire, have only the usual high street shops, and there are not too many specialist butchers selling a coiled yard or so of Cumberland sausage. The only ones I have seen are in inks, hence the query. By the by, my SiL hails from Bolton, and regularly brings me the local delicacy, Bury black sausage, I have been told to fry it, but it tastes quite nice raw cold, just a passing thought.
It`s not raw. It is traditionally hung over steam until the contents solidify.
 

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Maybe he flanked her, "You see darling, The Apache is actually a giant fire engine, with a honking great water dowser on it" "Stressful times while serving with the 'Afghan Fire Brigade' my dearest, let me tell you"

(snip)

I found this clip from the nooz....



HRH Captain Wales inspecting The BAe Puffin water dowser for potential leaky seals, Serving the Afghan fire Brigade, Tasked with helping the Afghan crop producing sector.
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Thank the Lord Megans not vegan. Bless me, can you imagine the REAL conniptions that would cause ?

Anyway regarding this pacifist feminist thing, A damn good gallop to set who's the front runner would cure all that. Way yer go Harry.
 
On the important subject, is brown bread ever acceptable for a bacon butty?

On the unimportant subject, if the Duchess of Sussex is truly a pacifist, I hope Harry puts his flying log books on a very high shelf so she can't read them and find out what an Apache pilot/gunner does for a living.
 
Excuse my ignorance, what is the significance of Portland, rabbit, and a pub?
Superstition, back in the mining and quarrying days they thought Rabbit were responsible for landslips and collapses etc. So that superstitution has held, they don't like you saying the word

Some areas even have written into leases not to sell any Rabbit related merchandise, and Wallace & Gromits curse of the Were Rabbit film caused issues there as they did not include the word Rabbit in advertising for the film

Honestly even if you know the locals, it's like a scene from American Werewolf in the Slaughtered Lamb if you use the Rabbit word....you could hear a pin drop in a pub
 

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