Wednesday, 4 June 2008

Classic pub-talk overheard

Historically, my favourite example of pub-talk is " you can cut glass underwater with a pair of scissors. My mate's done it he has."

But I fear it's been knocked off the number one spot by this example eavesdropped in the pub last night: "there's a mountain in the Himalayas that's taller than Everest, it's never been climbed: the locals don't want the outside world to know about it."

Ok, I'm prepared to be corrected by geographers: let's wait and see.

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