Vera-dactyl What do you do when something should exist but doesn’t? You make it a real thing. That’s all I have to say on this.
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Is that Vera Duckworth?
Nay, it’s Brenda Blethyn who plays Vera in North East based ITV cop drama ‘Vera’.
Oh man. That’s far too on the fashions for me. That’s right on them. I’m not on the Vera fashions at all.
She could have been any of a number of Veras: Vera Duckworth, Vera Wang, Vera Lynn etc.
I wouldn’t fashions punish yourself too much.
You wrote “etc” there, as though there were more Veras, but I’m not sure there are. I think that’s all the Veras.
I’m sure there’s much many more Veras that we haven’t considered. I’m going to do some research, possibly for a really boring future Beans post.
I’d like that. It will need to be illustrated, too, using one of those strange “pic-collage” things you do.
I have my methods, my shoddy, free methods.
Let me do some Bank Holiday research and I’ll come back to you.
Is she wearing a scarf of does she have a very pointy, and slightly detached beard?
It was supposed to be a scarf but it could be either.
My only question would be ‘what is a scarf of does?’
A scarf of does is a scarf, meaning a neck-swaddler or “warmdrape”, belonging to a number of does, or female deer. Deer traditionally collectivise ownership of their belongings as, like many herd animals, they are communists.
Do they sew the deer together or do they naturally congregate towards each other, possibly stuck by some kind of natural adhesive like caramel?
No, they’re not stuck together. Where did you get the idea they’re fastened together? That’s not what communism is.
Ian doesn’t do politics, probably just as well really. We can’t have him roaming the streets, glueing people together willy-nilly.
The last time I glued two people together it WAS for a good reason, I can assure you.
Is it worth us going back to deal with Ian’s belief that caramel is a “natural adhesive”, or should we just move on?
As temporary administrator for me, as in me, I think it would make sense to plough on through to the other side of the nonsense.
I don’t know if that’s a yes or a no, so I’m just going to say this: please keep your trousers on. Do not remove your trousers. There is no need for your trousers to be removed.
So… so what you’re saying is that once I’m done ploughing I should tip you off and prepare a PowerPoint presentation?
As long as your “ploughing”, and I shudder to think what that might entail, is done with your trousers on, then yes, I think we will all be broadly OK.