Haah, he could hardly say that if he was on the same train, aye? I adore Inverness. I went mostly to see Culloden Field, but Loch Ness, as well. It was a sunny spring day and I went out on a boat called, "The Jacobite." The water was gorgeous, and when I arrived at Urquhart Castle, I nearly had the place to myself (I happened to be traveling alone, that trip). I've been enchanted by Scotland since I was a child, so it was an extraordinary experience.What did he say, "Don't go there!"?
Using Cockney rhyming slang, I would think that Duncan and Jules = Rules. As in, "Don't break the Duncan and Jules!" Or perhaps, "Duncan and Jules were made to be broken."Or perhaps it's Cockney rhyming slang for male body parts eg. "the batsman misjudged the ball and copped it right in the Duncan and Jules"
That was freakin' funny!
My, what a predicament! xWhether I say yes, or whether I say no I'm in trouble so I will decline to comment! If I say yes I will face Madge's wrath. If I say no, she'll ask me 'why not?!'.
It might just work if everyone moves to Utah.So you would endorse bigamy? Most curious Henri, I didn't know you had it in you!
True... she was very upset about that...Henri, I have never tried or been inappropriate towards your daughter.
I know you are my friend, that's why I like youI am well-behaved and honourable.
That's what she said about you too, although I don't think she said "She"...She is a good laugh.