Stumbled across this one - thought you might like it.
An we is bofe - well bits of me, anyways - Welsh. Ooh! I gets a cold shiver runnin' frew me. I wonder if we is twins on our muvver's or farver's side?
Well,,,now you mention it,, Jones the coal was a twin, so was Jones the bread,, and if i,m not mistaken,,, Jones the gas too,,, bit worrying really....
Especially the gas one. Don't want a gassy farver.
No indeedy, we can only hope that its Jones the BIG hall,,lives up there on the Big hill in Llanfairpwllgwyngyllgogerychwyrndrobwllllantysiliogogogoch...
Did my image really give you heartburn?
Blaaa,,Ha ha ha,,, I,m better now though, and workin,, try this one mrs,, 'n glws image
Well, my cheap translator says it means "heartburn pretty". ?????
Dwi ond hun chwartera Cymraeg , fel Alla ond darllen hun chwartera chan 'ch Cymraeg destun.
I know,,,I know,,,being 1/4 might help getting your tongue around some of the welsh words,,, like init ...
Believe it or not as the case may be, Williams is the most common Welsh Sir name, there's a little true fact that was strangely logged into my noggin....
How common is Weale?
from an English placename, referring to one who lives by the waterwheel. The Cornish version is whel "mine-working". Wheal, Wheels.....
Sound like a extension of the English name Weal, originating in Cornwall UK.
Yes, but many of them moved to Wales.
They did indeed, Weal is a common Welsh name, and as i have said Weale is a extension of that name, a welsh adaption if you will... :O)
It's my great grandfather's name.
There you go the Taffy!!! Its just such a shame that we all didn't know our full ancestry, because then maybe the planets population would realise that we are all related along the line and stop the stupid fighting and help each other as we should be doing...Don't you think???
I agree. But I think most people, if left alone, would not go to war. Wars are stirred up by people behind the scenes - leaders or others with an agenda - and people get sucked in.
Yeah its so sad the people follow the leaders like sheep...sad indeed...
Still, we anarchist twins must stick together.
Yes indeedy,,,like,,like,,,like poo to a blanket,,,or chewing gum to your bedpost??
Neither image is quite what I had in mind, to be honest. I was thinkin of maggets. No, wait, it's magnets. Silly me.
Or even maggots,, they stick together...i had a racing maggot once, Marvin the racing maggot,, now he was a friend, 8 years old i was and he came everywhere with me,,,well until he grew wings,,we didn't get on so well then...
That's when you joined the SWAT team? Oh, I make myself larf!