third time lucky - will I ever get any comments published here again?E
Hooray, it is working! I have been trying for days to tell you all about Tim's new Raleigh bike, but my comments seem to keep disappearing. Are the Bicester set and their budget Raleigh too uncool to be published?Tim is thrilled with it, it is blue and yellow, with a monkey-shaped bell and a little box on the back which he calls his 'boot', and matching stabilisers.E
And you were lucky!
We wouldn't dare, not being on the same map as you.I've taught near to Leeds & found that it took a while to understand the natives. The Rossington clan tend to lose the accent when they escape.It always takes two attempts to post a blog comment, always. I presume that someone reads it & so it may be worth the effort.I've bought Tim some plasters in case of spillages.Off to bed.m
Second time lucky, as usual.m
Sophistication has come to Leeds in the form of Harvey Nicks, unfortunately every other Tom, Dick and Mohammed nicks as well. Keep a hold on you Radleys'.
How dare a resident of a country that enters a drag queen for the most prestigious singing competition in Europe dare to suggest that Leeds is lacking in some way. As sophistication implies artifical,there's nothing artifical about Leeds.If it looks like shit and it smells like shit then it probably is shit, but even if we have to live in shit, we don't have to take it.
I'm trying to identify commenter 7.William did only comment on the rain - surely a feature of Leeds.Can any UK resident speak in derisory terms about any other Eurovision song entry.The shame of it all. Thank God that it's a wet day so that we can all stay at home & hide our shame.What's wrong with transvestites anyway?