G'nasher

 

Reminiscing about The Beano and regretting its demise I mentioned Dennis the Menace and Walter the Softie. My mate said he liked his dog G'nasher. I said 'what do you mean G'nasher...it's Gnasher...the G is silent as in gnat'. But he insisted it was G'nasher. We argued about it but couldn't agree, so I asked a passing boy the name of Dennis the Menace's dog. He said G'nasher.

I just walked away.

 

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Brian Maryon

Fri 9th Oct 2020 22:32

Gnice to get a few comments and likes.

Fangs.

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M.C. Newberry

Thu 8th Oct 2020 11:46

Ha...I'm reminded (and it dates me) of the old Flanders & Swan
song about the Gnu - which they used to sing with the G as in "gum": "I'm a ger-nu" - spelt gnu..."
For the unaware the creature is an oxlike antelope.

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Greg Freeman

Thu 8th Oct 2020 08:50

This poem is a bit out of date re leader of the Labour party, but does include a mention of Dennis, and Walter the Softy https://algebraofowls.com/2017/05/27/fine-and-dandy-by-greg-freeman/

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kJ Walker

Thu 8th Oct 2020 07:57

Definitely do pronounce the G.
No mention of his pig Rasher

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Ruth O'Reilly

Wed 7th Oct 2020 23:06

I thought you were going to say you set your dog on him! 😁

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