I thought Guinness was their number one export? And hot accents.
Actually, it's Flautist, not flutist.
Tag-teamed by the grammar gestapo!
Aonymous 5:16 AM wrote: "Actually, it's Flautist, not flutist."Uh, actually, it shouldn't be capitalized.
The flute is a woodwind instrument. A person who plays the flute is called a "flautist" (pronounce: "floor-tist") in British English, or "flutist" in American English. From Wikipedia.
You address him as "Sir" James Galway, he plays golden flutes and has worked with most major classical and pop artists of the last half-century.His Irish brogue, matter-of-fact style and frequent belly laughs make him seem more like someone you'd find in a pub tipping back a pint of Guinness than the world's most famous flutist (not flautist, Galway insists).
whatever to all of you, he still looks like an old dyke.
I thought that a flautist was someone who had a surfeit of gas.
Oh, I get it. Y'all are trying to start a pub fight right here in Flatley's honor. Excellent work.
looks like a meat flute player, indeed.
This is an inspired choice. I love how he has a brogue and was raised in Chicago.
Heh heh. Flautist.
Even his crows feet have crows feet.
When did Michael Flatley get so old! I get the Dutch boy, but not really Flatley.
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