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BUT WHEN DO WE GET PAROLE? — 3 Comments

  1. Oh, dear. That is so obscurely British that I haven’t even the faintest idea what it is about.

    “Freedom of Swansea” seems to be a goal one gains — something like the World Cup, perhaps?.

    “Swansea Valley” seems, logically, to be a geographical depression.

    And is a “Swansea Mumble” a local dialect perhaps?

  2. Sort like the keys to the city, the particular city being Swansea and the “mumble” is of all things a newspaper.

    No doubt about it, the US and the UK are two nations separated by a common language.

    FWIW
    jimB