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Ok - here goes

The saying is - ne're cast a clout till May is out - meaning don't expect goo dweather until June....I thought !

The Hawthorn plant flower is called the May Flower !

When the flower ( May ) is out it's sure to be good weather !

BTW - THe May is out over here ! ( and I alwasy thought it was the month of MAy.

I'm wasting my breath aren't I ....sigh !
 

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I worked with a couple Brits, technical work. There we would be in a meeting and one of them would say something. Long pause. Confused expression on the face of us Yanks. Finally one of them would translate. and its still called ENGLISH?
 

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Ask a brit to say both bought and bart and then try and figure out which one he said first. It's a fun game.
 

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I thought it meant that Brits didn't wear breech-clouts till June.:rolleyes:

But I don't think Colin looks as good as Geronimo with out pants::eek:

 
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