I did the accent challenge, cos I couldn’t do it last time, but I did it through Vocaroo and the quality isn’t that great and I don’t know if tha’s Vocaroo or just my headset.
Anyway, because I rambled and went off on a bit of one, I’ve not put it to YKYBW, but it’s a shame not to use it, so here it is!
The words: bath / house / lovely / tongue / down / laugh / garage / zebra / look / owl / aluminium / grass / schedule / stupid / rant / squirrel / blood / bowl / water / million / turkey / library / duck / either / epitome / food / castle / hour / transport / anorak / room / tractor / sponge / orange / towel / where / gravy / murder / heir / laughter / potato / moon / bottle / patio / lion / authenticity
Though if I’m honest, there is a difference between just saying the words and saying them in a sentence, in context.
Yeah. Ok. And would they be making it if the creators of the BBC creators hadn’t had turned them down when they requested an American adaption (or whatever it was)?
It’s all happening in Swindon! I hope they mention the roundabout and their most famous celebrity who used to live there.
(Courtesy of You Know Your British When. Sorry for nabbing it, it was the only way to reblog!)
I couldn’t reblog, so I Screencapped this.
Also, there’s quite a lot of factual books out there about the irish communities that were in Liverpool for a while, mostly about the impact it had on dock workers and industry. But there’s some nice novels too, including a fantastic story about a family who built their own boat to travel the Leeds/Liverpool canal and found they couldn’t bare to leave.
I can’t remember the name of that book, I read it back when I was in the GS.
RED DWARF, ANYONE!?
And I still can’t believe they’re pulling a Gatiss and doing a Modern Sherlock. Hello, that’s what House was!
Yes! St Edwards have purple blazers and I loved it so much, an old friend gave me his old blazer o.o