Sunday, 16 August 2015

So, Clearly You Had Seen Something Like It...


...you'd obviously seen a tarantula!

4 comments:

Pablo said...

Not so clearly! Have you seen a tarantula? We've all seen pictures of 'em and seen 'em on the telly but to meet one in a bunch o bananas is a litlle different.

Andrew Scarborough said...

The English language, spoken properly, has all that is necessary to convey information precisely. The English language can be imprecise, yet comprehendible. Who would allow to drown the man in the river who shouts; "I will drown, and no one shall save me". Of course, much depends on who is in the drink and who is standing by.

Frank said...

The shop is called Morrisons so my quibble with the headline would be the positioning of the apostrophe. It shouldn't be where it is but should it be Morrisons' or Morrisons's?

JuliaM said...

"...but to meet one in a bunch o bananas is a litlle different."

If the risk was just tarantulas, I wouldn't worry. But Brazilian wandering spiders are a surer bet, and they are dangerous.

" It shouldn't be where it is but should it be Morrisons' or Morrisons's?"

This is why I go to Waitrose... ;)