How to be British · Flash Fiction

Layabout

Friday, November 24, 2017. Daily Brit Wit. Layabout:  Noun, derogatory A person who habitually does little to no work. "The notes trickle around her, soft and secretive, of Debussy's Clair de Lune, a calming melody encasing her here at the piano bench with the only thoughts hitting the correct note. Nothing doubtful or sinister creeps in, knocking at… Continue reading Layabout

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Pawky

Wednesday, November 22, 2017. Daily Brit Wit. Pawky:  Adjective, chiefly Scottish and Northern English  Having or showing a sardonic sense of humour; cunning; sly.   "The sky explodes a brilliant supernova of technicolour and pure light captivating and mesmerising calling out to bring the wanderers back home.   As our galaxy explodes, shining spots amidst the… Continue reading Pawky

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Mould

Monday, November 20, 2017. Daily Brit Wit. Mould:  Noun and verb BRITISH for mold.   "One day I looked over at you and I knew: this is it-- life spent hands twined together like ribbons lacing up a tree trunk, pearl and amethyst, a marriage of minds, of bodies, of happily-ever-after, especially the days in… Continue reading Mould