happened here, sugar! xoxoxox
Oh yes the original celtic therapy since the times of men in caves. Thank god for peat moss. All the best, Sausage...
I could use a pint (or 2) of "therapy"!
Pints it is then, ya wee feck.
Not being a man, I'd have to just be happy with keeping company with someone I trust. :)Guess that means if I ever cross the pond, I'll be buying and you'll be doing all the talking!
sav; :¬)xoxoxoxoxoxSausage; Slangevar! :¬)
BlazngScarlet; You are more than welcome in my company! :¬)xxxJimmy; Ye know where to find me! (Cúpla focail a chara!) :¬)
hope; Just wet my whistle and strap yerself in for the ride! :¬)xxx
Tonight I could go till they ran out.... that's why I had to stop.... I never could understand closing the bar when they still had beer.
That demmed elusive Jimmybel!Aplogies to Baroness Orczy
Ocht, OK then Maps... it's the weekend already!
Make mine a Pale Ale----dont need anything too heavy in this heat---Bloody system wont let me commentClyde
.....and of woman therapy, you'd best be scooting yourself on over to the next stool, sir - to make room for this scot/irish gypsywoman in the middle! ;)cheers! xxx
Is there any other kind?
I had some of that kind of therapy this weekend. With my Man of Steel... only it wasn't pints but it was alcohol. And he's not Irish but he is part Scots. And part Indian (the Canadian kind). So kinda sorta the same thing, but kinda not. Ah, who cares! We'll all share a drink (or many... I'm in training) and have a great time blatherin' on about whatever!! (Hi to Jimmy... wherever you are!)
@eloh; Meself & pal left the bar 2 hours before it closed! (Though we DID head out early!) :¬)Pat; :¬)xxx
Macy; Sláinte! :¬)xxxClyde; Not much call for pale ale round these parts mate, but I'm sure we'll find something to your taste! :¬)
GYPSYWOMAN; Aye! :¬)xxxRyan; Yes, but this is probably the best kind! :¬)Pon; Looks like ye had a grand time, great photies!MoS is a Canindian!? :¬)xxx
That works, Map. ;-)