Those around Victoria will be familiar with our public transport payment system called “Myki” which has had, shall we say, some teething troubles. It appears this was well known to the Vikings over 1,000 years ago as this list of Old Norse words that made it into English has:
muck â€“ myki (cow dung)
So there you go, Myki is actually Old Norse for bullshit. 🙂
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Perhaps the BBC will finally get around to publishing that final compendium of Mornington Crescent rules, which might finally bring together the warring standards bodies of the game in a mark of respect to its most notable (and knowledgeable) referee (( it is, of course, sheer irony that the Wikipedia page for Mornington Crescent has part of its entry labelled as requiring citation; don’t these people listen to the wireless ? )).
Humph could be surreal, rude, funny and incisive all in the same sentence. His wit, humour and timing was second to none and he will be very much missed.
Here’s to you Humph, don’t get caught in the Dollis Hill Loop..