My son has a bottle of whisky valued at £450I told him he was a fool to have bought itHe told me he had bought it for £200, and not too long ago eitherHmm
£200 is nice a price for some drops of Malt. Which destillery it comes from?
I don't know. He has never let me get close enough to look. Apparently he has a "collection" worth around £1000, but his Dad has never had so much as a sniff of it, yet. I don't even know where it is in his abode. He's probably worried that if I found it I would not appreciate its value and then he'd have to endure me saying, "Oh, while you were out I cracked open a bottle I found to make myself a whisky and cola son... Cheers."
I bet the mirror didn't cost as much as the bottle.
Andrew: Whisky and cola?!?!?!?! . . . Won't tell what a brother of mine once did to my "Rolls Royce of Whisky".Well, coming to re-thing about: Your dear son does deserve a certain kind of punishment. . . . Cheers! Susan: Not much less, though.
And I thought you were just a cheap ale and a willing wench chap Seanso. Your tastes must have rubbed some nobility off from someone, somewhere.
Not much I drink, Squire, but like you and my good old donkey I do know to appreciate certain fine drops.
What a cool photo!
What makes you think so, Knatolee? :)
A terrific way of desalination for a twelve years old...;-)
Ha ha ha . . .