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This is a GrumpyAlembic production as featured on the Front Page W/c 13th August 2007.
aka: Grumn (by kind permission of Prof Animal), sometimes Grumps or even SoGrumn (bkpo Pinky), long ago answered to 'Dope' - something to do with 'daydreaming' in class.
Alembic - various spellings (French like Alambec) - it is a form of retort used in distillation - particularly cognac . It implies a process of change and refinement.<http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alembic>
The philosophy of Grumn.
The statement on the other side of this entry is false. PTO.
Life is HooToo short to be in a hurry!
The more I know the less I understand,
The more I understand the less I know!
Just because it makes some sort of sense does not mean that it's not random.
Go and do something or I will tell you the story of 'IN and OUT' A22101535
I procrastinate, I better do something about it -perhaps not!
You could always check out - 143:
- I - - LOVE - - YOU - A22808162
14 x 3 = 42, (-1+43) = 42, Thanks to the not fluffy kerfuffle. And from me 11x13=143 and 11+13=24 reverse 24 to get 42
Finding Time A31601468 in the Underguide
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QOD- 11 September 2007 F2137311?thread=240274&post=53141763#p53141763
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Sep 21, 2007
If you are looking for me - I've gone walkabout on foreign shores. Two weeks hols on IOW from Sunday 23rd.
Sep 11, 2007
Jun 18, 2007
I'm on the front page today!
Spooner, Malaprop et al.
Jun 17, 2007
I notice there are entries on spoonerisms, malapropisms, but no collection - so I'm starting my own.
JUST FOR STARTERS
This is a favourite told to me by my boss - author not revealed - How about going to France on a CROSS FLANNEL CHERRY?
I had a customer who put RADOX tyres on his van.
On seing a fine expensive two seater my wife declared 'That's a really SPOSH car.' (sports + posh)
And one from my sister - for that's a possibility - that's a PISSIBOLITY.
London and Bruxelles
Jun 16, 2007
Neighbour dropped us at the station and off we went.
Underground: Waterloo - Lancaster Gate, silly sods we have taken far too much in our wheelie cases. Escalators nearly freak out me other half and as for me - nearly had a tumble. Still we had several offers of help getting up the stairs. I declined because though it is heavy with two cases by the scruff, at least they are balanced.
Found hotel and dumped cases. Room OK, bit basic, but clean except for the bed cover.
Walk into Hyde Park. Surprised by the wild life. Great Crested Grebe, tame Heron, Jays, Rabbits and all the usual ducks, swans, squirrels and a few sparrows. There used to be hoards of sparrows.
I guess we walked round most of Hyde Park and a bit of Kensington - Albert Memorial. Diana Fountain - people complaining it was not fitting and a waste of money. Woman stripped off behind some bins afer taking a dip at the Lido. Funky solar powered boat on the Serpentine. Took a row boat out - showing off my oarsmanship!!!!
Tonight its off to the South Bank in Part Two.
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