'Cork man drowns'
His name was Bob.
I have two younger sisters who made me watch this movie back when it was popular and I'm still amazed I remember those guys' names.
Indeed, if 90% of the commenters on this site used their energy more productively than getting in a tizzy over trifles, humanity could achieve so much more.
And if anybody dares to point out that it's actually 87.2%, I'll scream.
I thought penny for the shilling. I really don't know the meaning of all the penny, shilling, pence, farthing etc and the dozens of other names for coins/values.
I actually thought bob was pound.. there is so much slang around money..does a few bits and bobs have a connection with it? I looked it up and indeed it is the same thing
"A strict meteorological definition of a terrestrial storm is a wind measuring 10 or higher on the Beaufort scale, meaning a wind speed of 24.5 m/s (89 km/h, 55 mph) or more; however, popular usage is not so restrictive"
Btw I have never heard of the name gale personally