Tuesday, January 29, 2008

"The 'Spill" or just "'Spill?"




oh i do like to do a bit of photoshop...

11 comments:

ejaydee said...

I'm with The 'Spill. I liked fp's club analogy.
See you on/at the 'Spill sounds much better than see you on 'spill.

glasshalfempty said...

Brilliant photoshopping, Blimpy!

goneforeign said...

see thee on t'spill

TonNL said...

'SPILL would be nice & looks cool imho, and you can always refer to it as "the 'spill"...
My favourite local pub is officially called "Stoba" (no-one knows what it means btw..), but everybody for the last 35 years calls it "the Stoba"....

TonNL said...
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TonNL said...

....that removed post was a double posting of the one before, commenting on blogger.com sometimes behaves a little erratical...

How about "Built to 'Spill" as a houseband for the 'Spill ?

goneforeign said...

Seems to me that language evolves, it isn't proscribed by decree, what starts as 'the overspill can evolve into 'The Overspill', which can evolve further into 'Overspill', and thence to 'Spill', and thence to 'the spill' etc. ad nauseum. Perhaps we can each choose to use our own descriptive title and it will become what it will become, one will copy another 'til equilibrium is reached, or perhaps there might be several, there might be 'camps', there might be conflict, perhaps there might be blood! It could be interesting.

Frogprincess said...

Cheers Frenchy! Beyond...My...Control....
- Licence to 'Spill
- Dressed to 'Spill
The possibilities are endless. I also like the Yorkshire t'Spill.

gordonimmel said...

Sigh!
Beat me to it frogprincess, I was going to suggest T'spill (as In 'There's trouble at t'spill'). In fact I think I'll call it that anyway.

treefrogdemon said...

Favourite thriller writer: Mickey 'Spillane

Favourite parlour game: 'Spillikins

(this latter could also be a term of endearment)

Catcher said...

We used to dream of goin' to t'spill.