Monday, 31 October 2011

huge tracks of land

Where it all started - just after one minute in

The expression 'Tracts of Land', or just a shortened 'Tracts' has been used by some of us around the sunny Catterick and Middlesbrough areas for quite a few years now, as another way of saying breasts. The origin of it has been disputed amongst us, but it has come to our attention that it must have started after watching 'Monty Python and The Holy Grail', where it is used there. Bugger. That means it was not an original invention on our behalf, and maybe we are not as hilarious as we first thought, but it shall continue to be used, as we are now in the habit of saying it after so many years. Some enterprising soul even has t shirts for sale! We missed out on that business opportunity.

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