Me - timid??????
Posted: Monday, 29 September 2008
No indeedy definitely not timid! Being an islandblogger means never having to say you're sorry...mind you, there was I all ready to get in a right fluff over the swinging a cat bit when I read on and found the disclaimer...*prrrrr*
Flying Cat from Cheshire Grin
*very* glad to hear you're not timid Wilma ... :-) We need people with a bit of something about them these days ... people with views and opinions ... willing to defend those views also ... Indeed, I often find myself playing 'devils advocate', defending something that I really am not in favour of, simply because I *love* a good spirited discussion ... How did 'swinging a cat' first enter our language anyhow, I wonder ...? It does sort of suggest that at one time, folk really *did* swing cats for measuring or sizing purposes ...??!!
soaplady from fluffing her feathers up ...
I figured that FC would get upset about the swinging cat comment...I quite like the name Callum... Enjoy the revamped supermarket! Never heard of the wine/ dimple theory...
thelovelyOutlander from reading your blog and using a lot of ...
Maybe you could suggest the supermarket re-organise the aisles? Or ... make the place bigger ... another brick in the wall? Does a dimple signify good breeding [in the human race] as well, and if so, where should the dimple be?
Plaid from No Dimple
Not Chrystie. Whatever you do, don't choose a name that has to be spelled out every time. It's a lifelong burden!
Jill from EK
I know, think of all those poor Kayleighs...I remember a whisky bottle with lots of dimples, but I'm getting a bit vague as time passes...
Flying Cat from a simply-named cat
I think the cat that was swung was a "Cat o' Ninetails" rather than a relative of EffCee.
Barney from Swithiod catterwauling
Flying Cat from a vast behind