Orkney Style of Courtship, The

DESCRIPTION: Recitation: Speaker says that the Orkney style of courship looks odd from outside, but "let them court the way they choose." Others may sit around to court; he prefers to court by jumping in bed with the girl; it saves time after a long day at work.
AUTHOR: unknown
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LONG DESCRIPTION: Recitation: Speaker says that the Orkney style of courship looks odd from outside, but he says to "let them court the way they choose." He says that those who like to court in an armchair after the old folks have gone to sleep are free to do so, but he himself prefers to remove his boots and coat and jump into bed with the girl. He explains that this saves time after a long day at work.
KEYWORDS: courting sex family nonballad recitation
FOUND IN: Britain(Scotland(Hebr))
Roud #3087
RECORDINGS:
John Findlater, "The Orkney Style of Courtship" (on FSB2, FSB2CD)
NOTES: And I'm sure it does. - PJS
File: RcTOSOC

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