As I'm in Amazon Prime, I've noticed that if I order a copy of my paperback by 11.45 am today I will receive it tomorrow - in other words, it will be out on the Amazon van for delivery around 20 hours after the order. What puzzles me is that in the book it says 'printed in Poland'. Any ideas on how this can be done so quickly?
No, just mocking my ancestors.
'Wronger' is a shortened version of the old family name (which comes from the name of their village, a place famous for chicken groomers), using every fourth letter, starting with the second letter after the first Q. It's quite simple, actually. 'Brad', on the other hand, comes from my Croatian roots, a variation of Vlad.
Then there are my German roots. Best not to discuss those.
it's the South, I'm afraid, but the fact that it's got to the UK in 20 hours and triggered the 'your order is out for delivery' email that baffles me. The rickety bridge should be the least of its worries!
And here was I thinking my forefathers had created one of the most complicated languages! Welcome to the club!
I've always been taught that our ancestors created such a difficult language to stop the English marauders from understanding us. Sadly, half the Welsh population doesn't understand their own language these days. That worked well, then!