Saturday, February 22, 2014

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Assigned reading (2/2 pars [] plus 160 notes) [secondary] [Leeds] [McH] [*]


"twelve blocks one bob" the context requires 'block' to be some (as yet unidentified) unit of currency [fweet-37]

[not for jo!]
[♬ when pappa papared the harbour]

  1. when the heavens are rocking → when the heavens are quakers
  2. when other lips → when Bohemeand lips [Bohemian Protestants?]
  3. when the fair land of Poland → when he is a gnawstick [gnostic] and detarmined to
  4. when those angel faces smile → when the angel of death kicks the bucket of life
  5. when the wine is in → when the wine's at witsends
  6.  → when lovely wooman stoops to conk him
  7. when father papered the parlour → when pappa papared the harbour
  8.  → when he yeat ye abblokooken and he zmear hezelf zo zhooken
  9. when you are old & grey & full of tears → when you are old I'm grey fall full wi sleep
  10. when we were boys → when wee deader walkner
  11. when you come down the vale → when he is just only after having being semisized
  12. enim imposuit manus episcopas fecit illum altissimis sacerdotem [And the bishop made ​​him put his hands high priest?] → when yea, he hath no mananas
  13. when pigs begin to fly → when dose pigs they begin now that they will flies up intil the looft





0DV: "when is a man not a man? [...] So low was he that he preferred Lazenby's tinned salmon to the plumpest roeheavy lax or frisky troutlet to be gaffed between Leixlip & Island bridge & he said no fresh pineapple ever tasted like the chunks in Heinz's cans. [...] None of your nice bloody beefsteaks or juicy legs of melting mutton or fat belly bacon or greasy gristly pigs' feet or slice upon slice of luscious goose bosom with lump upon lump of rich stuffing swamping grand brown gravy for him."

Lazenby's

1DV: "when is a man not a man? [...] So low was he that he preferred Lazenby's teatime tinned salmon inexpensive while pleasing to the plumpest roeheavy lax or frisky troutlet to be gaffed between Leixlip & Island bridge & many was the time he said no fresh pineapple ever tasted like the chunks in Heinz's cans. [...] None of your long & thick bloody beefsteaks or juicy legs of melting mutton or fat belly bacon or greasy gristly pigs' feet or slice upon slice of luscious goose bosom with lump after lump of rich stuffing swamping in grand brown gravy for him."

FDV2: "asked his brothers & sisters the first riddle of the universe: When is a man not a man?: offering a prize of a crabapple to the winner. One said when the heavens are rocking, another said when other lips, a third said when the fair land of Poland, the next one said when those angel faces smile, still another said when the wine is in, one of the youngest said when father papered the parlour, still one said when you are old & grey & full of tears, and still another when we were boys, & another when you come down the vale, another et enim imposuit manus episcopas fecit illum altissimis sacerdotem & one when pigs begin to --. All were wrong, he said. So Shem took the cake, the correct solution being: when he is a sham. Shem was a sham and a low sham & his lowness was plain from the first in foodstuffs. So low was he that he preferred Lazenby's teatime salmon tinned, as inexpensive as pleasing, to the plumpest roeheavy lax or friskiest troutlet that ever was gaffed between Leixlip & Island Bridge & many was the time he said no fresh pineapple ever tasted like the chunks in Heinz's cans. None of your inchthick blueblooded beefsteaks or juicejelly legs of molten mutton or greasilygristly pigs' feet or slice upon slab of luscious goose bosom with lump after load of plumpudding stuffing in a swamp of bogbrown gravy for him."

FDV3: "asked of his brethren & sisters the first riddle of the universe: When is a man not a man?: offering a prize of a crabapple to the winner. One said when the heavens are rocking, a second said when other lips, a third said when the fair land of Poland, the next one said when those angel faces smile, still another said when the wine is in, one of the youngest said when father papered the parlour, still one said when you are old & grey & full of sleep, and still another when we were boys, & another when you come down the vale, another et enim imposuit manus episcopas fecit illum altissimis sacerdotem & one when pigs begin to fly. All were wrong, he said. So Shem took the cake himself, the correct solution being: when he is a sham. Shem was a sham and a low sham & his lowness came out first in foodstuffs. So low was he that he preferred Lazenby's teatime salmon tinned, as inexpensive as pleasing, to the plumpest roeheavy lax or friskiest troutlet that ever was gaffed between Leixlip & Island Bridge & many was the time he said no fresh pineapple ever tasted like the chunks in Heinz's cans. None of your inchthick blueblooded beefsteaks or juicejelly legs of molten mutton or greasilygristly pigs' feet or slice upon slab of luscious goose bosom with lump after load of plumpudding stuffing in a swamp of bogbrown gravy for him."


mysteries:



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