Oh – thank you, Plods.
(Honestly – I’m so naive sometimes . . . )
This tendency to break up the components of words to fit them on a line is really, really irritating me.
It’s just started happening recently, and it makes me very stabby.
Or in his slipper . . .
I hadn’t noticed until you mentioned it, but now I do. Until you suggested Rowan Atkinson, I thought he looked like Tsar Nicholas II.
They only give things that they don’t want themselves – things that have been given to them years ago and they don’t like them. If they liked them they’d keep them. It’s fatal them buying a present that they like because the intended recipient never gets it. they keep it. And wrap up something they found in the back of a drawer . . .
It’s beautifully drawn and has just the right (disturbing) degree of anthropomorphism
But when did you taste the buttons?
I’ve seen a parrot scoff sausages as though they were going out of fashion.
Worth a try. Have you thought of standing in a Pentagram while you say it?