When I was young (about 50 years ago) in Belfast anything that was bad, terrible, not to your taste, etc was described as ‘cat’ except we pronounced it as “Kiat”
I reckon that old saying, which we never hear now, is very appropriate in this case.
:- D I remember it well Davy, my kids certainly didn’t get it when I’ve used it.
A bit my 11 year old grandson describing something to me as ‘that’s really sick’ apparently it’s really good ?
Young folk today eh !
BREXIT built on deceit delivered by liars
The people who passed off a pair of gloves as *two* items of PPE may not be entirely honest.
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