Wednesday, June 8, 2011

Australian sentence of the day

Reviewing Philip Hensher’s new novel King of the Badgers in the March issue of the Literary Review, Keith Miller writes:
But if this really is the condition of England, then, as my mother overheard an Australian airman say as he looked up at a barrage balloon during the war, “They should cut the ropes and let the bloody place sink.”

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