I thought he was a vegetarian?
Sorry, who? Alan isn’t, any more than Usha: she won’t eat beef, was only ever all. Amy was the vegetarian in that household.
Ah, right - thanks. I remember him constantly banging on about turnip curry, parsnip lasagne or other such vile-sounding concoctions; I forgot it was for Blamey’s benefit.
While watching ‘Toy Story’ and letting her be rude to Usha. What a silly man he was.
‘Was’, Janie? Why the past tense? He is not called ‘that fat fool Franks’ for nothing.
Were your withers wrung when he assured the listening millions, via a sermon to his ghastly wife, that yea, even Rob Titchener is one of God’s little creatures? Nah, mine neither.
My withers are not easily wrung, either, Gus. In Alan’s place I’d be more likely to imagine nailing Rob to the cross. I wouldn’t let it ruin my Easter, that’s for sure.
On the contrary: I was pretty fed up about Alan apparently thinking that he had the right to try to force repentance and absolution on Rob. That is not part of the CoE doctrine as far as I know; as in the old lightbulb joke, they have to want to change.
Alan talking about Turnip Curry, sounds a bit cannibalistic to me.