There aren’t ‘arf some clever b**gers out there!!Caesar wandered into a taverna.
"Ey up, Jules! What can I get ya?"
"It's been a long day, matey...Senate stuff mainly...and this toga's making me sweat like a glassblower's buttocks... think I'll have a Martinus..."
"You mean a Martini, don't ya Jules?"
"If I'd wanted a double, I'd have asked for it..."
A Finnish friend of mine is like that. Maybe the things he says are just literal translations of Finnish sayings but I think they are originals from him. One classic was "You don't often find a good friend and a full wallet in the same trousers".It's funny, the things you hear people say in actual conversation - not jokes as such, but "sayings" that they use without thinking, but are new to you...
No, that is definitely wrong. I've met a few social workers and they abhor the use of light as it was invented by a capitalist imperialist.Politics is far too political.
But how many social workers does it take to change a light bulb?
10 - one to change the bulb and 9 to discuss living without light.
How about the politics of changing light bulbs? I feel that Robbo failed to address that properly.