May ewe be forgiven... Much lamb-enting will follow.
Ah, Gravlax Lamb at last.
I thought it was Romanian. The ship was the Queen Hind. The loss will have cost them deer...Ah, Gravlax Lamb at last.
You are a baaaared man laughing about that, people will be fleeced as the price of lamb soars and the butchers will be minted.
Joking aside it’s disgusting that animals are treated this way, no need for it in this day and age.Well, someone's been saved the smell.
When the "mutton express" came up the PG to Kuwait whilst we were out there and the wind was from the south we could smell it coming a good day before it appeared over the horizon. We actually broke off ops and manoeuvred upwind when it passed us just to get relief. It honked.
We worked out when it had sailed to go back and collect a fresh load from the heimatland as we realised that the air stank and anyone going outside noted that the nice, clear water was dank, dark and viscous. They'd flushed the cargo decks out and swamped the week or so's mass collection of sheep shit and piss overboard right where we were wanting to work. In warm water.
Someone should alert Greta.
I believe that a similar situation prevailed for many British women after WW1. A significant proportion of eligible men of marriageable age were lost during the conflict and, as a result, many women of that generation remained single and unattached.