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Saturday, 03 September 2011


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The only ones enjoying this are the half-wits watching. The dog, unlike a toddler or someone on a fairground ride, cannot rationalise that something is unlikely to actually happen.

Andrew Denny

Halfie, you surmised correctly. 
I first heard/saw the usage/spelling 'cwuel' when an interviewer asked J.K. Rowling if she'd thought of calling her own daughter 'Hermione', and she said "Oh no, I could never have been so cwuel!"  


Is that "cwuel" as in Cruella deVille, or am I missing something more obvious?

Tony Blews

Old old Golden Retriever would amble along the canalside with my dad. If he shouted "water", the dog would leapt up at him and expect to be thrown in. This, of course, got more and more difficult (and funnier) as the dog got bigger and bigger...

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