Here Be Dragons

One can truncate it slightly, and omit the inverted commas, without altering the essential meaning. This is the best headline since that business about Blunkett and the cow:

Norman Tebbit attacks child in dragon outfit

NOTE : Hmm. The Daily Mail has changed the headline on its story, thus making my truncation and omission comments meaningless. All I can say is that it’s a good job I posted this version before it was lost.

2 thoughts on “Here Be Dragons

  1. He RAN after the dragon?

    Doesn’t he still have his dad’s old bike?

    Meanwhile Thatcher and her closest cronies continue to prove the truth of the adage that only the good die young.

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