"For if in the green wood they do these things, what shall be done in the dry?"
I don't get your point. And I am a practicing Catholic with a B.A. in Psychology.
Puff. That's probably why.
Puff, my apologies, that was meant to be a funny remark but, on re-reading it I realised that one needs a knowledge of the state of the church in the UK to fully appreciate it. Therefore, it was mis-placed humour. Sorry.
Still trying to figure this one out. From the last picture I deduce that it cannot have any British application because it shows the wrong side of the road!
Blancmange and a white feather made me think of Bishops, though I would be hard-pressed to explain why. Something to do with a lack of backbone, perhaps? But the doughnut, weather vane and winding road have me stumped...
Well done Mac, doughnut equals the magic circle (a bit obscure, I agree) weathervane blows whichever way the prevailing wind wants it to go and....who knows what's down the road!Patricius - too much thought!
His name was +Vi--i-innnn,...and it's a si-i-i-innn,..that he ever got i-innnn,to Westminster fair,...now it's not funny,...we're not happy bunnies,...the outlook's not sunny,in Westminster fair!
Who could it be?