Oh, I wish “carpet” was “carpet” in Swedish too. Then I would have had a new pun ready. But we say “matta” Cute calves and sheep
Stilton! Why stilton cheese is a mainstay of our annual Yuletide brunch! Are those sheep contributors to that wonderful cheese?
No, unfortunately not. Stilton the village was, apparently, the first place that the cheese was sold in 1600 and something, but there are only three counties in England allowed to call their blue cheese Stilton.Stilton! Why stilton cheese is a mainstay of our annual Yuletide brunch! Are those sheep contributors to that wonderful cheese?
Did you find it again? I had that problem with my car keys once.
In Brazil we have a saint called São Longuinho (são = when the name begins with a consonant; santo = when it begins with a vowel; both mean saint). Apparently his one and only desire is to collect jumps/hops from other people so when you lose something you promise him a few jumps/hips. The more valuable what you lost, the more jumps/hops. The traditional number is 3 (I think anything below 3 is considered a sin) but the sky is the limit. I thought it could be useful in your current state.