Hair by Ian I suspect Ian’s natural shyness and modesty are to blame, but I have to say I was surprised to discover that he’s opened a hair salon in North London named after his new favourite word.
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I suppose I just got tired of people telling me that a bijou wasn’t a thing so I set about correcting that by not only making it another thing, because it was already a thing, but making it a successful hair thing.
I’m glad it’s successful. Can you get me a haircut at mate’s rates?
Mate! Mate mate mate mate. Mate mate matey mate
(answer: no, pay up your cheap London charlatan)
Mate? Mate! I hate that, mate. That’s the opposite of #matesquared, mate.
A root square, or square root, is still better than a negative number mate or a nega mate as it has been known to be known as.
I’d never put you in the nega mate zone, mate. Your mate balance is always above zero.
That’s reassuring. I got a cold sweat thinking the bantwagon had been written off. We need to get it up and running and back on the road and running on the road.
The bantwagon could never be written off. The bantwagon can write whole buildings off without suffering so much as a dent.
I’ve often wondered if it was able to do so. But given that the building wouldn’t be able to construct a conversation strong enough to go up against the might of the bandwagon. Can you provide any equations to support this?
Are they written on a napkin?
Yes. Unfortunately I just delicately wiped my mouth on it and then chucked it in the bin.
You have literally just thrown away the answers! Montgomery and Marjorie would be fuming right about now. It’s a good job I’m not them.
It literally is!
It’s literally the only thing I’m holding onto right now. Basically.