Yes. I had to listen to the first part twice, but yes. I know what he was trying to say about the full moon. I'd have never thought to describe sheep in that way. His phrasing was unfortunate. I don't think he was intentionally making a Welsh joke. I think he just really likes sheep.
Great little anecdote from Matt Damon.
Here's an eclectic selection of doggies, a lesson on Huskies, mulching, an unexpected reading of Euclid, soap shaped as weapons, and I guess real reality TV. And maybe a bit Wicker man ...
Wow that's a pretty strong dialect. I can't understand anything of that.
This is probably the least cuddly dog video I have seen in a while.
Rewatching The Games tonight in memory of John Clarke.
It really is a wonderful series.
Yeah...Basically his sheep are being stolen. He reckons that it would be fairly simple for someone with a good dog and a truck to take them.
It's West Kerry. It's about a 30 minutes drive from where I come from.
I don't really sound like that.
Yes, I know you don't because he said fine ass instead of arse and that bit sounded more American to me. But then again, I don't tend to use either of those words, I usually say bum -- and never with regards to sheep.
There's not supposed to be a world without John Clarke. I shall miss him very much.
Yeah. I sound more like this guy
I sound a lot like this guy here (and I guess the Swedish is even more unintelligible than the thick Irish dialect)
SNL still really on a great run right now
That name is...
I don't know...