"The Baggy Knees" started as a spoonerism in our class many years ago.
It evolved into "The Baggy Knock Knees" and became that unfortunate
dance's permanent name in that class. . . .at least until it was dropped
from the branch programme.
Slightly off topic: a friend of mine once missed a pipe band practice
and called me to ask what we covered. I mentioned that, among other
things, we started on "Siege of Delhi", a nice old 2/4, and that it was
in his book. At the next practice he complained to me that he had gone
through every book he had and couldn't find "Seafood Deli" anywhere.
On 3/26/2012 3:34 AM, Norma or Mike Briggs wrote: > After the local group's 35th anniversary ball Saturday, we hosted brunch at our house yesterday. Someone left this on our whiteboard: > > Alternative Program > > The Flashing White Sergeant > The Slack Ewe >
. . .Etc.