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If he keeps up twitting comments like these about Nairn and Nairnites I know exactly where I'll be shoving my Viking helmet!Glad I haven't paid to go and see him
All this 'instant' communication can be a very mixed blessing
Perhaps he feels obliged to say something to his 'followers'. It's a bit enigmatic but perhaps he's staying at the Newton and has seen the coos in field?
Or perhaps he's staying at The Star and has seen the coos and the cooboys?
Nairn is like so big I'd thought I'd mention it twiceDid I tell you about NairnDo twats gets paid for this kind of twit stuff then?
After reading the comments made byAndrew Ohagan on his Twitter Siteregarding his visit to Nairn as part of The Book & Arts Festival i think the event organisers should cancel his fee or if it has already been paid ask for themonies to be returned to teach thepompous Mr Ohagan a lesson, me thinks he is like a coo with diarrhoea, full o shite.
Pompous? Perhaps just trying to be artistic. One might have to pay £6 to really make your mind up about him.
Would any of The Gurnites who attended the talk held by Andrew Ohagen notice if any of the audience wore Viking helmets the traditional headgear of the town plus was your £6 well spent? a prompt reply would be very much appreciated as I have to get back in touch with Historic Scotlandto inform them that some facts about the towns history is factually wrong
Yes,they say those Vikings were a right bunch of Basquers.
I think he deserves a trip on a yacht with a second-hand car salesman. Far, far out to sea.... Show him a dolphin, or three. Concrete slippers included.
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