Charming

Speaking of Sniffy, it’s interactions like the one we had this morning that reinforce what a lovely and polite English girl she is…

posted 7/2/09 at 9:55am to Uncategorized · 0 replies · permalink

I have never heard the term “chuffed.” I shall use it all day.

sniffyjenkins:

You might want to add in ‘well’ too, as in “I’m well chuffed insooutso is going to be using the term ‘chuffed’ today”.

Enjoy!

(via insooutso)

Sniffy has taught me a lot of words. Well, once I finally learned to understand what the hell she was saying, what with all the “wot”s, “wiv”s, “sumfink”s, and “innit”s.

posted 7/2/09 at 9:54am to Uncategorized · 0 replies · permalink

I haven’t looked at this in a long time. I’m not surprised by the people listed, but I am somewhat shocked that a couple of others aren’t represented there. Hmm. I’d better get heart-ing things.

I haven’t looked at this in a long time. I’m not surprised by the people listed, but I am somewhat shocked that a couple of others aren’t represented there. Hmm. I’d better get heart-ing things.

posted 6/2/09 at 1:27pm to Uncategorized · 0 replies · permalink

sniffyjenkins: Chicago, 1966 by Edward Sturr via George Eastman House Why I Love the Internet, reason #5,497: My dear friend Sniffy, who I’ve never met, posts this from Brighton, England. The actual print itself is in an archive, which I was standing inside of just six days ago, and is within walking distance of where I’m sitting right now. Does that not give you a little chill? I mean, wow.

sniffyjenkins:

Chicago, 1966

by Edward Sturr

via George Eastman House

Why I Love the Internet, reason #5,497:

My dear friend Sniffy, who I’ve never met, posts this from Brighton, England.

The actual print itself is in an archive, which I was standing inside of just six days ago, and is within walking distance of where I’m sitting right now.

Does that not give you a little chill? I mean, wow.

posted 5/6/09 at 10:28am to Uncategorized · 0 replies · permalink