Is it just me?

Or has TA improved noticeably, since that nauseating little sound effect, Henry, has been consigned to the specially sound-proofed Ruauri cellar.

I just hope they have somewhere similar in mind for Pip.

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Not hearing Henry is always better than the alternative, dear.

It would be sad if you were to get your hopes up, though.

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I’ve always been an optimist.

Can’t you tell?

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No.

sowwy and all that.

god I hate optimists. The minute you are out of bed the buggers are making you feel inadequate and slack. Which is really rather rude of them, when you think about it.

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Steady… I’m not that much of an optimist.

Shall we say I have pessimistic leanings.

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  • The glass is half full
  • The glass is half empty
  • Get that glass out of my face, kids these days, no respect, not like us when we were young
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Handrails, dahhlink. They’ve changed my life. All this leaning, terribly dusty-dirty - and the dry-cleaning bills… Astronomical. Something -al or ol or ic, anyway. Ask my great looming boy here, he’s terribly clever - no, child, don’t do that with your shoulders, it makes you look… oh, well, if that’s your attitude…
Of course, I was a child bride you know…

Hang on, what are we meant to be talking about? There’s a fair chance I hate them and would starve in the midst of plenty rather than give them a fair crack, whoever they are. Plague on them.
or to put it another way, ‘As you were, pigs’. Could it ever have been put better?

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Can’t I just have a bottle and a drinking-straw?

Saves washing-up, innit?

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I’ve always been a “glass half empty” type. It means there’s room for a top-up :beers:

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