Rawelen Nick Nack, a Penywern Squinty
son, was snapped up by GO Williams, Bro Aled, Corwen, after being offered for sale by Roger and Helen Wells, Cardigan.
Lighten up people, be proud in the fact that us Boro lads can laugh at ourselves.
The actor, best-known for playing the squinty
, rumpled TV detective, died on Thursday in his Beverly Hills home, according to family friend Larry Larson.
PETER Falk, the stage and movie actor who became identified as the squinty
, rumpled detective in Columbo, which spanned 30 years of prime-time television, has died at the age of 83.
In Glasgow, the Clyde Arc - or Squinty
Bridge - and Armadillo were expected to participate - along with more remote but dramatic Scottish landmarks such as Eilean Donan Castle.
The alien race lost all credibility after it was proved that their Hughie Green-endorsed Clapometer was just a squinty
bloke with a pair of cheap headphones.
Providing, of course, folk can make it to the venue now the super-duper pounds 20million 18-month old Squinty
Bridge has had to be closed amidst fears it is already falling down.
Yet while it's fine for Bucky, whom Hartnett embodies with a bit too much of his perpetual squinty
boyishness, to be pulled toward sin, the audience needs to have a clear idea of what he wants and who he wants it with.
Everybody sorta looked funny at each other, an' then some eyes got really big and others got really squinty
, and then there were some shots, and then things got really weird.
With their huge teeth, squinty
eyes, piglike noses, and, in some cases, wrinkled, nearly hairless bodies, mole rats aren't exactly cute and cuddly.
Well, make that almost all their neighbors: When Chris (Chad Donella), a conservative preachers son, moves in next door, his squinty
eyes and homophobic threats set the couple on edge.
Saima was adjusting herself in the chair, nervously moving around, and I looked into the sticky mirror at myself, squinty
eyes and a big pakora nose, my hair in two oily braids.
Wilkes, with his squinty
eyes and protruding jaw, was hardly a pleasing sight, and the whiff of blasphemy and scandal that always accompanied him did not sit well with all of his supporters.
The subhead read: "What Is Whiskered and Ugly and Has Little Squinty
McQuillen writes that Eisenstein's epic film about the Russian prince who drove back 13th century Swedish and Teutonic invaders was "unabashed, xenophobic propaganda" produced under the squinty
eye of Joseph Stalin, a censor nobody dared to defy.