And its called "Oil of A Lay". Ole!
You're soaking in it!
Gotta love the overtly British spelling of some words, coupled with blatent misspellings. My British/Mexican chemist can't be reached right now, so I'll be dropping in on the stylists at HHoF during your Cinco de Mayo sellebrashun with pesos in hand.Back under my sombrero for my siesta until then.
@Margaret: We use British spelling in Canada too, I'll have you know.And by "siesta" we know you mean "sleeping off a hangover."
Everything bad that has ever happened to me has happened on May 5th. Or as I call it, "Cinco de Drinko". I think I'm going to sit this one out today and watch my stories.
and i suppose this was part of the test group.
@MJ, do you have a little Mexican in you?
@Margaret: I did but my mother made us split up.
@MJ So she could have him and make the Gnome?
I believe they're drinking that down the block from me as I write.