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Discussion in 'Trumpet Discussion' started by coolerdave, Apr 8, 2013.
Hey did anyone notice I'm allergic to chocolate - a bit of sympathy here if you will.
I feel for you Ted. Really. I've been known to chug down a full 200g bar of the dark stuff and I love it. Just as long as it's not ruined with milk or other foreign substances and at least 51% cacao . And I'll add my own nuts as I deem appropriate.
Thanks Phil - sometimes, way down here in Oz, people don't take me seriously, and occasionally I have to lose my rag.
Loose your rag?
Sorry, don't get it. I learned proper English in school, which is geared toward getting you around trip to London, first applied it in Singapore and Borneo (Kuching) then moved to the States. I suspect "loosing the rag" might be a specific Southern hemisphere thing
why is it we are always allergic to the good stuff?
My medical advice is to compensate, drink twice the average amount of beer.
Chocolate? Boy ,that's tough,Ted
If you find your rag again, maybe you can use it to polish one of the horns
Slang idioms are sure hard to understand sometimes
Got there years ahead of you Doc. I even found a GP who insisted I drink a glass of red every night - he doesn't say that to me anymore, he's gone a bit negative on the idea over the last couple of years but I vividly remember (and apply) his first good advice.
The expression 'to lose ones rag' is of "obscure origin" but rag in old English has meant 'tongue, a flag, to bluster/rage'.
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Along the lines of rant, I suppose,Ted.Of here, lose it is probably the same thing