One day I must buy my dad and Norm a couple of Test match tickets, drop them off at the entrance to Old Trafford, and leave them to spend the day swapping this kind of gripe.
[I know you didn’t mention it dad, but yes, I did notice that I had used “licence” as a verb. I’m so used to correcting the American spelling of the noun that it’s interfering with my English.]
Hi. I know that this is completely unrelated to this post, but some of the things on this site are political, so I thought I’d recommend my own site to you:
it’s conservativedemocratnews.blogspot.com. I’d greatly appreciate feedback, especially from a Briton. So far, only Americans have visited the site, and I’d like to know what you all (as Britons) think. I’d encourage you to read more than one article that you might get a good idea of it.
And I have definitely NOT given up on the difference between “uninterested” and “disinterested”. It’s nearly as bad as “flouted” and “flaunted” for God’s sake.
Go grumpy old Mancunians say I!