Otium cum dignitate.
LilithYou can take the boy out of Essex but not Essex out of the boy.No doubt Our Insurance flogging chum got all over excited at the chance of a bargain in the fevered environment of his natural modus operandi, a car boot sale.The David Dickinson of Tuscany he aint.
PSDavid, like all smart people, comes from Manchester.
Perhaps he was worried who he would run into, BoC...after all, he ran off to live abroad....Cheap as chips.
That's them ! That's them !Those are the people I saw ... except they had a little black dog with them.I forgot Tony produces oil - so do I but not nearly as impressively.(You're a lovely looking gal by the way, Lilith)
Lil - the oil is delicious or TT? I'd love to taste TT's produce, is it retailed over here?Gosh you're beautiful, Lil.(won't be standing next to you in any pictures then :-/ )
Yes Kev it's us! The little black dog was barking in the boot :-) *blush*
He needs a supplier over here methinks. The oil is really delicious.(Tony is delicious too, in answer to your question Pip). We are chucking it all over our salads...:-)And don't be daft. TT just got me best side, back lit with gauze covered lens. Not to mention the retouching. Do you have any idea how many people were involved in the creation of this picture Pip? The gaffers, the lighting, the tea boy...
Lilith; I had not realised that you and Elby could be bought off SO cheaply. A miserable bottle of red and some Italian oil? Pah! You should have haggled for at least 2 free weeks annually for the next 10years in a well apppointed villa (pool, good view, decent servants, unlimited Chianti - you know, that sort of thing)somewhere in Tuscany. ...and I thought you were worldly!!Nice pic though.
gg, I am SO cheap, you have spotted me. But those are just the samples, you can't see the cases on the trailer hooked up to the car....
Oh Scrobs :-))But if that pic looked anything like me do you think I would have posted it? :-0
Born oil trader me. Don't be fooled by the louch exterior, I too am a hot shot Master of the Universe. Buy short. Sell long. Avoid small furry animals. That's my market advice for the day.And yes, the oil is lush :-)
Bloody hell Lilith whatdger ye mean you chucked it all over your salad?!?!? - d'ye West Country types not recognise liquid polonium when ye see it! By all that's holy, get yourself to Porton Down at once for some decontamination.Glad you enjoyed it. The boys for their part are doing some air rifle practive with that missing Meissen.
you both look like you are having a wonderful time...so glad to see you smiling and having a good time...great picture...thanks for sharing it!
p.s. the Beast is woulnded as he got no oil. Then and again, neither did Fawkes nor the internet millionaire chappie. This matter will be corrected by the Tuscana next week. Don't tell him though, I like to see a Lancastrian Stew.
"But if that pic looked anything like me do you think I would have posted it?"Interesting. Amateur sleuth that I am, I have tracked down the last mugshot we were offered by Lil (Nov 22 2007 on this blog, posing in a gale with the Alan-Shearer lookalike baby girl)The smile is definitely still the same but the barnet has changed from corkscrew to straight. But that's what you look like, Lil, and a pleasant vista is is too.I also have a bottle of the Tuscan Red oil. Don't tell the Tuscan, but I am rubbing it into the idle dog's coat to cure him of a mild attack of dandruff.
NOW the Tuscan fesses up about the polonium oil. The idle dog is beginning to show signs of distress and his hair is falling out in clumps.What's the antidote, Tony?
The thought of the Tuscan scamps wandering around with loaed air rifles is enough to make anyone fall in love with modern Elf 'n Safety regulations.
Fromm what I saw of the ancient but yet still dignified Idle dog, the beastie needed no assistance from my oil with its ongoing hairloss programme. IMHO there is a future for that pooch in some sort of household vaccum cleaner appliance advert, where the quadruped's fluff is whisked away faster than a Ginster's on John Prescott's lunch table.
Mr IdleYou have seen the Tuscan Barnet, and knowing that he uses all that surplus oil as pomade you still rubbed it into your pooches coat?I predict one very bald dog within the month, think Yul Brynner with four legs, as an interesting aside a cousin of Eves married Yul, she saw him into an early grave before inheriting his chateau.Hopefuly these habits don't run in the family.
Ha ha ha yous funny peeps!Beast, my daughter's cousin's granny had a fling with Yul too...small world...
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