Bill and Ben

Bill and Ben

Bill and Ben, Wilden Marsh twins, have decided it’s too cold to cross North Pond this morning, so the herd has left these nesh youngsters to fend for themselves. The twins have spent the day lolling about and doing nothing useful.

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  1. I had to look up nesh. “Nesh is an English dialect adjective meaning ‘unusually susceptible to cold weather’ and there is no synonym for this use. Usage has been recorded in Staffordshire, the East Midlands, Lancashire, North Wales, South Yorkshire and Shropshire. There is a similar term nish used in Newfoundland.” I am nesh. It is below freezing here.

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