So Panmure is spared the house music extravaganza, for which its badgers among much else will be grateful – not that they were a consideration.
Step ashore on the Isle of May and the rules change.
Strange how the very mention of the word “wolf” does things to people. I never really understood the expression “fake news” until two letters appeared in The Courier in response to my suggestion that a natural solution involving wolves should form part of the debate about deer management.
This may not offer much consolation to the stricken ones from the other side of the Grand Canyon variously known as Sandeman Street and Tannadice Street but I don’t like to see Dundee United cast in the role of the Liberal Democrats of Scottish Football.
I have not been able to take the European referendum seriously since someone coined the word Brexit.
Here is a photograph for you to consider.
Still thou art blest, compared wi’ me!
Sometimes we use the word “adult” as an adjective when we mean thoughtfully mature and sometimes. when I hear it used that way, I think the English language has taken leave of its senses.