They have never seen anything like this in Bath ... ever.
Thanks for posting the wiki link. It is Ada and
Cissie that I was reminded of when I saw your
snapshot. He was indeed a funny man and much loved
by the British. His comic piano routines were
especially funny and reminiscent of Victor Borge
haven't seen any books about or by him,
although I seem to recall hearing that his poetry
has been published and is very good.
I never knew about Les Dawson until you mentioned
him... he must have been a funny, funny character:
bsp;.There is a book available, Les Dawson's
Secret Notebook, compiled by his wife. Have you
Ah, I forgot that not everyone speaks colloquial
English :-) "Cardie" is short for
"cardigan"; i.e an article of clothing
like a sweater (or "jumper" as we call
them here) but one that is open at the front with
buttons like a jacket. UK people of a certain
generation: am I the only person to be reminded of
Cardie is a rare word here in the States...
don't the British use Sweater or maybe, Cardie
is used only by Bath pensioners versus those that
speak of sweater in London or even perhaps in
Well spotted! I was so busy with the GigaPan that
I didn't notice these ladies at the time.
Their body language speaks volumes doesn't it?
Also the gentleman to the right looks like he is
not sure if he should be looking or not. I do
remember one little old lady passing and saying to
Miss Pixie "Where's your cardie?
You'll catch your death dressed like
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