|Subject:||Re: Bad English? our pleasure ...|
|From:||Penn Gwynne <>|
|Date:||Tue, 29 Apr 2003 19:57:12 -0700 (PDT)|
G'day Jade and All,
If you think your English is bad then try some Unca Tones emails, it takes me about an hour sometimes to work out his pigeon inglaisi.
It's his Chelsea accent and upbringing I think? No wonder he thinks I'm good at Cryptic Crows word puzzles eh?
Plus mate there is a certain one on thee BA list that we admire a lot, lives in the Capital, and when others and I, we slip, he pulls us up so fast and furious it makes many have a good chuckle ..... G'day Phillip ....
Whats the best accepted format for a birdlist? XL or ???
Beautiful much needed rain down here ... I've got a task on to update the Bittern wetlands birdlist and I've got a bad headache? aah what the heck I'll take a vitamin pill and go indoor flying :^D>>>
Happy to help JAG
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