"Well now, I dunno
. There's something dreadful heathenish about it, seems to me.
what they are -- I never bothered to look in 'em, but the address on the top one is
Dunno as it's any o' my business, but I've a kind o' notion that oil-cake broke small an' sprinkled -"
"Dunno but that's so," said Disko, who saw his way to an honourable retreat from a fit of the dignities.
'How 'tis, ma'am,' resumed Stephen, appearing still to find his natural refuge in Louisa's face, 'that what is best in us fok, seems to turn us most to trouble an' misfort'n an' mistake, I dunno
. But 'tis so.
if the Expression Day is still a huge part of its program now.
These include: "Saying 'dunno
, yeah, huh' when asked questions", 'Answering in a silly voice', 'Deliberately walking slowly/causing blockages' and perhaps, best of all, 'Smirking/smiling/ screwing face up/raising eyebrows/looking at others when told off .'.
James Blake opens with Unluck, a gloomy introduction to his sonic world, before he goes off on a lyrical tangent with The Wilhelm Scream, the second single of the album, and the lyrics: "I dunno
about my dreams, I dunno
about my dreamin' any more.
Other films to be shown there include Vinay Shukla's Mirch and Sanjay Sharma's Dunno
YC* Na Jaane Kyon .
When asked who was behind the entries, the wellknown Baggies fan said: "Dunno
, but most hurtful was the idea I'm a Manchester United supporter!" Oh, how ironic, Hancock thinks, that such an internet king is bitten by the medium he so loves!
Former cattle farmer turned full-time curler Murdoch, 30, said: "Dunno
if we ever thought we'd be winning that.
what we'll get." Might I possibly order one?