11:57, Mon 22 Feb
Heard a word yesterday that I've not heard or used for years .... Famished, any others come to mind that we seldom hear these days ??
11:59, Mon 22 Feb
Birmingham 3
12:10, Mon 22 Feb
Pissed as a newt.
A few sleeves for the rattler, a fellow Brummie said that to me who was coming back from an England match abroad by train. I didn’t have a clue what he meant.
Folk who still call accommodation.. Digs.

12:46, Mon 22 Feb
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13:25, Mon 22 Feb
Bomb peck
13:27, Mon 22 Feb
13:32, Mon 22 Feb
Bomb peck

I used to play football & ride my scrambler on my local bomb peck.

Hedge hopping & Knuckle sandwich
13:34, Mon 22 Feb
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13:37, Mon 22 Feb
Thought of starting an Old Words Club where every week one of the members chooses half-a-dozen ( did you see what I did there?!) words which we all have to use online, social media, SHA, the pub(!) so as to keep ‘em going.

Getting fed up with the same ‘utility’ words that are used for about a score of meanings, like ‘accessible’ for which we used to use loads of more specific words.

Notice I said ‘loads’ rather than ‘multiple’ ?!
13:37, Mon 22 Feb
Keep out the horse road.
13:41, Mon 22 Feb
Whose round is it?
School traffic.
Giz a cuddle
Jude Bellingham - "Once a blue, always a blue" “This is my Club, I love the Club to bits. I’d die for this Club”
13:41, Mon 22 Feb
Deaf it out
Like an English rain. So light yet endless from a leaden sky. Neil Peart RIP.

And when the music stops
There's only the sound of the rain.