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hernesheir commented on the word falkland islands
October 1, 2009
reesetee commented on the word falkland islands
Oh dear. That's not a giant cotton ball.
gangerh commented on the word falkland islands
Hah - gangerh actually says 'It's a ewe-boat'. Hah!
bilby commented on the word falkland islands
Now now, you can't pass off County Cork heraldry as Malvinas, nosiree.
sionnach commented on the word falkland islands
You think that's bad, bilbykins. Go a little farther ashore and it gets worse:
What happens to tarted-up sheep. A cautionary tale.
oops! Someone came to a baaaad ending.
That sheep is wearing way too much mascara. Which, given the remoteness of the Falkland Islands and the limited opportunities for social intercourse, troubles me.
By the way, Pro, I hope you don't mind that I stole your two comments to construct a blog entry.
I think gangerh might refer to this as:
"Fleece the green on a blue and white comforter; scupper the pirates!"
Well then, what's that white lasagne stand for?
chained_bear commented on the word falkland islands
Standing in a garnish of cabbage leaf, of course.
What is that giant cotton ball doing on top of that ship?
Now THERE'S a coat of arms that'll keep you warm in winter. Sheep! :)
September 29, 2009
Prolagus commented on the word falkland islands
(Incidentally: have you seen FI's coat of arms?)
♫♪You say Falklands, I say Malvinas...♫♪
All I know is, this talk of gut-busting is making me nauseated.
Maybe you're overthinking this, ptero. Sometimes a gut is just a gut. But that site is indeed priceless.
pterodactyl commented on the word falkland islands
What exactly does it mean to bust a gut? After you bust a gut, are you then down a gut, like a hockey team might be "down a man"? Must you then carry on with your remaining unbusted guts?
And what about when you bust a move, or bust a rhyme?
(Also: that site is hilarious, c_b. Thanks! :-) )
sionnach, check out the site link in the header of my list description. But be careful: I nearly busted a gut laughing the first time I read the site.
The point is that just about anything will nauseate (most) women in the first trimester. "Falkland Islands" is about where I lost it and decided it needed to be a Wordie list. :)
September 28, 2009
Maybe it's from that site. Which, among impolite euphemisms for pregnancy, lists "Human turducken (if the fetus has a parasitic twin)".
See las Malvinas.
But why will they nauseate you during your first trimester? This is very puzzling indeed, c_b.
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