[quote]Originally posted by Sir Mac o' the Isles:
<strong>Artman. How are ye doing?</strong><hr></blockquote>
Fine, still unemployed but enjoying the holidaze. Hope things will pick up next year.
[quote]<strong>Thankyou for wee Claire. It's in the back o' my mind that Mrs MotI knows her - or was it somebody else frae Gregory's Girl? Cannae remember offhand.</strong><hr></blockquote>
? Me neither. Saw Altered Images back in the eighties. She was amazing! Now the heart flutters for Shirley Manson (Garbage)!
[quote]<strong>Aye - I am now 'Sir' in regognition of my cornucopious lifetime achievements in which admittedly quantity has triumphed over quality. Anyway Her Majesty is very grateful that I have recently lent my services tae the electrical goods warehouse industry, despatching irons, kettles and electric toothbrushes tae every nook and cranny o' the realm.</strong><hr></blockquote>
[quote]<strong>Now - back tae topic. The Most Beatiful Girl in the World was that reed heidit lassie on Platform 2 wi' the emerald jaiket and matching eyes that used tae play hard tae get by pretending she wasnae rampantly heid-over-heels in love wi' me. Picture if ye will the morning sun burnishing the wet platform tae fiery gold, sae bricht ye could hardly look, blurring the boundaries 'tween Earth and Heaven. In the midst o' the splendour this angelic vision - almost in sillhouette - wi' lang red locks blowing in the breeze o' passing trains. A toss o' the heid, a quick glance, a wee hint o' a smile. Then she'd be gone - off on the 810 wi' never a word said and the chance gone again. Ochone, such is life and love.</strong><hr></blockquote>
sniff...that was beautiful...