Just needs a better translator. “You look like a million quid!” Would probably work better…
I have seen snow in May here in the Chicago area. Snow tires are still on my cars.
People will believe anyone who says what they want to hear!
Sounds like they are both a bit short on women authors.
Yup. After all, look at the proper place setting; forks belong on the left side of the plate and spoons on the right.
You left out apostrophe abuse!
Common error; police deal with ALL kinds of people. Not just criminals.
Nice sleigh shovel, Ben! Best snow shovel there is; you never lift the snow.
But WHICH parenthesis do you like, Lenny? Open or close? Most people aren’t that fussy and like both parentheses.
They went for a walk in the snow and left the frog at home?! Millie Terrier would never put up with that!