so i’ve come late to this party as limmy’s show is two seasons in on bbc tv back home but i’m so glad i made it in the end. we’ve been watching youtube clips for the last week or so. most of the ones you’ll find under the name limmy’s show are very funny but this one (featuring my favourite character of his, Dee Dee) is my favourite. those of you outside of scotland might have some trouble understanding the thick Glaswegian accent thickened further by Dee Dee’s perpetual stoned haze. anyone who thinks this character is far-fetched or even over blown i lived in glasgow for ten years and knew some guys who got on just like this. ha. that’s part of what i love about it, it’s nostalgic for me as well as very funny. some of you though simply won’t understand what on earth he’s on about. this might help: http://www.urbandictionary.com/. no offence though, it took me a while living there before i got it all. it is though the best. accent. ever!
so then, welcome to Limmy, our new hero.x
Thanks for recommendation Gary, I’ll be watching and probably wondering ‘what the heck are they saying’, no matter, I’ll watch until I get it. Hope you’re doing well, and the recording is going great.
I’ve been to…Puerto Rico, New York—more than once—Dominican Republic, Nassau and Freeport, Georgia, and Washington D.C.
But the one place I felt completely in love with was the city of New Orleans, LA. It’s more than a place for me, it is alive and joyous and it has a heart and a soul. I’d move and live there if I could.
Edward A. Murphy’s work got in 2003 the lg nobelprize for his famous study, best known as “Murphy’s Law”. The summed up content of this scientific insight means: “Whatever can go wrong, will go wrong”. So the glass is always half-empty, huh?
I for one think, Murphy’s Law is the beloved…
This should be framed, Elke. It is a reminder that what we think, becomes our reality. And…I need to hear this constantly, since I am one of those who think of the glass as half empty all the time.