What I am very unlikely to do is go into Liverpool and catch a train to London just to buy The Sunday Herald. Have you any idea what the train services are like on a Sunday? I would not be surprised if I had to come back via Birmingham, Ruabon, Chester and Birkenhead. On the plus side, I suppose I would have time to read The Sunday Herald from cover to cover.
stevezodiac wrote:Well you've certainly proved that lefties are humourless nerks.
You do need to be more attentive to my posts, Steve. The above post is humorous, a lighthearted response to your suggestion that I could have gone down to Waterloo Station to buy a newspaper. You surely can't possibly have thought I was being serious. Do I have to put smilies all over the place to indicate the places where I am being humorous/critical/whimsical etc? That dispenses with your use of humourless
. I also think I've been a contributing member to this forum for long enough for you to realise that I am a long way from being a nerk
, an offensive word that I wouldn't dream of using to or about anybody anywhere, not just on this forum. Furthermore, your
use of the word removes any possibility that your
comment was humorous. The Oxford Dictionary definition of nerk
is:- a foolish, objectionable, or insignificant person
. So that dispenses with the accuracy of the word nerk
. Even the word lefties
is a bit of an insult, although I would be the first to admit that my political stance is certainly left of centre. So, taking all the above into account, what have I really
managed to prove, Steve?