FAC475-Faye, Anounceofsalt, Napoleon Wilson

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Frank defends salt like no one else can.

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  1. mattimatti

    Enjoyable listen.

    You were getting your Scots and your English mixed up there at the end, so here comes some pedantry.

    Bonny or Bonnie
    adjective, bon·ni·er, bon·ni·est.
    Chiefly Scotish. pleasing to the eye; handsome; pretty.
    British Dialect.
    (of people) healthy, sweet, and lively.
    (of places) placid; tranquil.
    pleasing; agreeable; good.

    Bonnet:
    noun
    a hat, usually tying under the chin and often framing the face, formerly much worn by women but now worn mostly by children.
    Informal: any hat worn by women.
    Chiefly Scot: a man’s or boy’s cap.

    to have a bee in your bonnet
    Informal: to keep talking about something again and again because you think it is very important:

    The song ‘My Bonnie Lies over the Ocean‘ is about lamenting the defeat of Bonnie Prince Charlie who had fled to France. It wasn’t lamenting the loss of a favourite hat.

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