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For how much time is the travel authority suggesting will be made available for mate-orientated ribaldry as a result of buying this season ticket?
SIBLING RIBALDRY "You're just a s*** Paul Pogba," chanted the Aberdeen fans to the Manchester United superstar's wee brother, Mathias, as he warmed up.
This longing infuses all his work and explains how this purveyor of the most beautiful, delicate, simple songs - The Weeping Song, The Ship Song, Brompton Oratory and Into My Arms are some of tonight's most gorgeous examples - also boasts works spewing rage, ribaldry, venom, filth and fury.
Non-sufferers often consider the affliction to be a trifling malady and the subject for ribaldry.
Beyond his talent he is also known for his oscillating friendship with another of our best-known novelists, the late Kingsley Amis, who he met at Oxford and with whom he shared a taste for drink, wicked ribaldry, misogyny and a casual racism.
We had seen the videos of the original and we realised it would be hilarious to do the impersonations combined with ribaldry and its fast- forward pace," says Bhakta.
From high literary to low ribaldry, a collection for quiet chuckles in the appreciation of superb humor writing alternated with comic tales of what can go wrong (and right) in the pursuit of our favorite field sports.
Here, as the various political factions from Wales and north of the border collide in an urgent effort to move in on the English throne ( a neat bit of character realisation from Jasper Britton as a tense and nervous Henry IV), you get an indifference from Prince Hal, whose idea of stimulation is less the cut and thrust of the battlefield than a night in the sack with the girlies and a bit of ribaldry with his father figure, Falstaff.
Guffaws all round, but if Sexton's ribaldry was well-timed and a heartening example of what the Lions ethos is all about - unity across nations - it was also impossible to ignore the stark fact that prompted it.
Mildness alternates with brutality, happiness with tragedy, darkness with light, dreams with reality, poetry with ribaldry, present with past, Romulus's formal journaling with his companion Amelia's informal ostraca, nobility with the plebe, peace with war.
There's popular American dance music from the 1950s and '60s, and A Treasury of Ribaldry, selected readings from the work of Oscar Wilde and Ben Franklin, recorded by the comedic English actor Martyn Green.
Though the Lorca influences are visible, if one looks, Gardley has infused the tale with his own mix of lyricism and ribaldry.