The story of a dreamer just drifting along with Charlie and Gumtree...
If it were French, it would be pronounced with so few letters that it would be hard to believe it was the same word. I think this rivals supercalifragilisticexpialidocious, which means fantastic, very wonderful. Thanks, Mary Poppins.
OMG, that's a real word! I had to Google it. ROTFL! Now, who came up with that? Someone with too much time on his hands. I do write "his," because we all know no woman would have time to come up with something totally useless like that! ;-)
Hi Theresa MilsteinAw! Mary Poppins! I think we'll need a spoonful of sugar to pronounce this supercalifragi wotsists word!:-)Take carex
Hi KimLOL! Amen to that!:-)Take carex
An extraordinary word, but you can't beat defenestration in my view. Or troglodyte.
hi fairyhedgehogonamatopoeia!:-)The first time I heard the word "troglodyte" was when in Tunisia - we were on this tour and the tour guide said "we will now visit Mr & Mrs Troglodyte who live in actual caves". Of course the lovely couple who were so gracious to us stupid tourists didn't have that surname and their "caves" were really fab bunker type houses cut into mountains! The guide was just being very silly! :-)Take carexTake
Hi there - can to check out your blog- you can find the madeleine pans at William Sonoma if you have one of those!
Supercalfagalisticexbealadocious! Well Mary Poppins said it was a word and I believe her.
Hi BernideenI found a similar tray in my local hardware shop. It's sort of fan shaped rather than shell shaped but it'll do!I can't wait to try your recipe.Thanks!x
Hi AnnMary Poppins rules! She's definitely supercalifragifabulous!:-)Take carex
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