Purveyor of Bollocks to the Crowned Heads of Europe
Do you think that bow-tie is made of wood?
Just feel grateful you weren't photographed in a sweater like THAT!
Now now, Cro. Just because you don't seem to like it.
I dunno, he's kind of a hot tamale. And that mustard yellow sweater is rather yummy. Plus, his middle name is "Hamish," which I adore. *getting hot under the wooden collar here*
That's more like it, Cathy. I think the jumper is great, but I wouldn't have chosen that particular colour. He obviously likes mustard.
I read his story on her blog and, indeed, the bowtie is made out of wood! The shirt is made out of a towel but never mind that.I'm sure that you can beat him from every stylish angle. Fear not.
And, if I may warm up the story one more time, he may have a lot of mustard, but you have a friend with Welsh sausages!
Ah... Welsh sausages - now you're talking my language, Iris.mmI wonder if they ever make sausages from geese?
Don't read anything into that 'mm' above - I'm still getting used to the MagickTrackpadtm. (...Welsh sausage... mm...)
OMG !!.... I can't wait !!
OMG - Neither can I Jack@
Tom, I don't think you can beat the sartorial whimsy of the timber bow tie... Unless you were wearing your Sherlock Holmes cap and posing with one of your fine drinking vessels. Can't wait to see the feature!
I'll get me nob out as well, if that keeps yer happy.
Have I read this right? Are you going to appear as a sartorially elegant man on somebody else's website (really can't read it again to see if I am right - it is too long). If so, then please don't dress in mustard yellow. I know instinctively that it would not suit you.
Actually, Weave, that sounded a bit harsh - I love you too, so I do, and I really appreciate your lovely comments. I hope you don't take my rants about word-verification to heart - I need your input anyway, and I love hearing from you. No harm done, I hope. XXX
If you didn't read the comment I have deleted, then it just ranted about your comment box which requires too much word-verification for me, thats all.
Gordon Bennett. Just caught up with your posts. Another one here who can't wait to find out.Healing vibes for your neck and ache-y bones, Tom. Hope you're on the mend soon, I do.
Well then, thank you, isn't it, Molly? I am that pleased that you are thinking of me, and that is the truth, so it is. (lapsed into Irish then).I love you Moll, and I hope I meet you someday. XXX
Help!! I could not bear it if you stopped calling on me. The daft two word verification is driving me crazy on so many sites. What is Google doing? I just don't know how to get rid of them on my site. You don't have them Tom - so can you tell me in words of one syllable how to get the wretched things off my site too.
Sorry about my rant of last night, Weaver - it was directed against Google security, not you! I had just visited a few people's blogs and found the new two-word verification, and one of the words is hardly readable these days - I don't know why they think everyone needs this sort of constant stress before they leave a comment. I'll go and remember how I got rid of mine, then come back and tell you.
I've just posted stepped instructions for how to disable the bloody thing, Weaver.