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swift



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PostPosted: Fri May 15, 2009 11:09 pm    Post subject: History:-  Reply with quote

Am gonnae try a wee story and HH is probably rollin oan the flair laughin; ignore him all the gither.
A tiny explanation is in order because some might think my tale differs from that which has been accepted as true. I would just like to point oot that in the movie, "Chariots of Fire", Harold Abrahams, who may or may not be mentioned in my version of the GA finds a home, reportedly married Sybil Gordon and this just isnae true. The man married Sybil Evers, sometime in the middle thirties.
Jist soas yees keep an open mind.
Am gonnae be adding tae the story on an irregular schedule of my own making and in a minute am gonnae dae my first post.
Please remember that maist of what am gonnae write took place prior tae the second war tae end all wars...ergo, naebody oan this web site is auld enough tae be identifiably linked tae the tale....Fey might be the exception but i widnae say that tae her face.
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swift



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PostPosted: Fri May 15, 2009 11:10 pm    Post subject: History:- Reply with quote

The G.A. Finds a Home:
This is a wee story aboot an insurance company. The word, "apocryphal", comes tae mind and I accept it maist heartily, as long as we stick tae thon wee piece of the thesaurus that says, "dresses up".
Many years afore the GA came tae be, a married couple, nearing their forties, were just aboot giein up all hope of ever having a child. Habib, the husband, had a long talk with a rabbi and when he arrived hame, Jezebel, the wife, was given a lecture, a lecture and instructions which brought a smile tae her face.
As Habib was reaching the end of his narrative Jezebel dragged oot the galvanized tub and covered the top of the stove with pots of water. She turned tae Habib and said, "am gled ye talked tae the rabbi, his missus says they dae this every week and Yawweh has blessed them with many children".
Jezebel pulled the blinds, took her claithes off and emptied one of the pots intae the tub. Habib held his hand up and said, "haud oan here, the bloody chill isnae even off the water and the size oh this tub makes me wonder if it's big enough for the pair of us".
Jezebel, with hand on hip, says, "jist you get yursel undressed, Abbie (the rabbi) says the water shuidnae be too hot and if wur carefu getting in, there wull be nae spillage the day". Habib wasnae that slow that he missed what she said and he roared, "whit dae ye bloody well mean by "the day".
A tremor of fear ran through Jezebel and she felt her cheeks start tae burn. She took a step backward, placed a hand oan each hip, drew in a big breath and screamed, "it's Saturday ye ken, the sabbath, dae ye think Yahwey wid look kindly oan us wasting fresh water" ?
Habib mulled over what she had said and he was aboot tae say something when Jezebel spread her arms and looked at the ceiling, saying, "oh, Yahweh, this man i am bound to is entertaining thoughts that I have been unfaithful, and with a rabbi, no less.......Habib took her intae his arms, begged forgiveness and emptied all of the pots intae the tub. They did fit and there was some spillage....of water.
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Neil



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PostPosted: Sat May 16, 2009 10:04 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Fit's the GA?

Ah'm pretty sure ye dinna mean general anaesthetic.
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PostPosted: Sat May 16, 2009 12:13 pm    Post subject: History:- Reply with quote

Neil:-


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Boudleaux C Merkin



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PostPosted: Sat May 16, 2009 3:01 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Thon story line's awfy familiar. Ah'm shoor Ah wiz involved in a fillum o' a similar kidney.
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swift



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PostPosted: Sat May 16, 2009 6:17 pm    Post subject: History:- Reply with quote

Boudleaux:
See whit ye said aboot "story line" wid mibee be adding a touch of professionalism that this tale disnae deserve; "story maze" might be a bit mair accurate.
Ahm wondering aboot a part for yursel. Obviously you should be the leading man, handsome, suave, erudite and nae doot a hit with the ladies but perhaps you wid be TOO much for the ithurs tae contend we.
Ah must confess tae bein completely wrong aboot who you are. It must be a year or so back that I took a guess at your identity and i was quite wide of the mark...so nae mair guesses.
swift
PS am thinking that their might be an opening for a jealous husband. Mind if ye catch the being who wishes to cuckold your guid self ye wid need tae be an awfy fast runner..........and of course catchin the beast might no be a wise thing tae dae, ah mean he might just poke ye in the ee we some sort of stick. Ah'm needing tae think aboot this.
Mibee ye cuid be a leki helper, if there happens tae be a leki in the neighbourhood.

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