Mrs Kenton Archer


#21

Brothel?


#22

I wish. Just imagine the potential storylines!


#23

Rules are there to be broken…

This is the same technique as Tuvan throat singing, just a bit more developed!


#24

…brilliant! Hooray for youtube! Hooray for @joe!


#25

Shula would have to take over, though, since she’s Ambridge’s pre-eminent whoreswoman.


#26

…perhaps they should change the name of “The Bull” to “The Anna-Maria Hefele” ?


#27

…I thort Krate inherited that sobriquet¹ from Siobhan…

¹ The Ambridge Village-Bicycle


#28

As a rule. Similarly you don’t as a rule play the flute with your nose…

(gets popcorn)


#29

The Village Bike (as Sara Coward cheerfully pointed out) was Caroline Bone, not Siobhán.


#30

…thanks for reminding me - when I was in Primary School, we used to play the bloody recorder¹, and I well remember some of our consort playing with our noses in order to deter the other aspiring musicians from touching our recorders, let alone putting them in their mouths! :open_mouth::open_mouth::open_mouth::open_mouth:

¹ our old Dad’s description…


#31

…thanks! OFishyWan, I’m impressed not only by your amazing memory, but also by your ability to do accents!


#32

Um, I do actually possess a nose flute…


#33

…groooooo! (©Baby Grumpling (Perishers circa mid-1960s UK))


#34

On this machine it is easy,Sturmers. [alt-gr + ;] then the letter gives an acute accent á é í ó ú. [alt-gr + '] gives the â ê î ô û. ý and ŷ are also available but they look silly.


#35

I would guess, Joe, that you do not play it as a rule. (Disappointed in you: I was expecting demonstration…)


#36

…groan! (…faints)


#37

Thanks! (…it’s good to learn something new every day!) :thinking:


#38

Not the proper Tibetan variety, alas, but a cheap plastic thingy.

As for a demo, I’ll leave it to the experts (This is the upmarket wood version of the plastic one I have)


#39

That’s better.


#40

< eye roll > There’s always one…

But this reminds me.

I was angry with my friend
I told my wrath, my wrath did end So I bought his son a ukelele