Monday, March 23, 2009

Gremlin goes to hospital...


Please forgive me the tardiness of this particular gremlinfc puzzle - me do realise the theme is gone but i was in the Land of the Deutsches and couldn't help but think of the time i was admitted to the Haus of the Krankens...questions is which hospital , where and who was my favourite nurse?

12 comments:

Blimpy said...

The Manics wrote a song about this one....

goneforeign said...

Well it was nurse Cratchit, it was 1975 and you were in Oegon State hospital.

tincanman said...

It just goes to show you can't be too careful

gremlinfc said...

@goneforeign - you are the man !
Boy did i have a bad time, but i is much better now...honest...(see previous post...)

goneforeign said...

Ah wish tha wund't go off inter t'land of t'jerry's, tha talks a lot more cleerly when tha's with thee own people.
Glad tha's feelin' better nah tha's 'ome.

tincanman said...

What was Chief Dan George like?
He's Canadian, ya know?
Pretty much star of the whole thing, but didn't get top billing because it was an American film.

goneforeign said...

He was BIG!

DarceysDad said...

Nurse "Cratchit" ??

Thanks for the inadvertent laugh, goneforeign, you've left me with a vision of the ward cowering under the wrath of a Dickensian Miss Piggy!!

gremlinfc said...

Blimey just realised ol' goneforeign said "Cratchit" so in theory doesn't get the spiols of war...can anyone pip him? Or is that too mean?
Mind you , if someone called me germoline or some other such verydab slepping mitskae i wouldn't be too impressed...

goneforeign said...

Yeah, Cratchit does sound a bit too Dickensian, I was fumbling around phonetically, Senor Google says Ratchet! Do I still get all the prize money to keep?

On a slightly separate issue, 110% agreement on the Internationale issue, Sheffield Socialist sounded fine in theory 'til I followed Ms Debs link and I heard 'em, bloody awful! A disgrace to the meaning of the song. I then went to utube and did a search, dozens of 'em including all the real ones, I went for the one we used to sing along to in Sheffield, The Red Army Chorus.

gremlinfc said...

Go on then duck (me Nana's favourite expression) you can have the 10 bob...don't get sick on sherbet dib-dabs though! Glad you put yourself through the pain of listening to that lot , they should stick to lullabies. Not an ounce of passion amongst them.

DarceysDad said...

@ goneforeign - my warped mind took your mis-spelling here:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5NA-JJ10lqQ&feature=related