/ Big light or main light?
My wife and I are having a bit of banter about what the light in the centre of a room is. I think that it is the big light, she thinks it should be the main light. Who is right, discuss!
Such displays of middle class profligacy! In my hovel it is "the lightbulb" or in certain rooms, "the candle". I don't actually have any rooms with more than one bulb.
I am afraid she is, even worse I have been exiled to the south for my crimes.
Put big light on!
The main light obviously. Calling it the big light makes you sound like a five year old.
Big Light !
Poo to you kingholmesy
Do you call them big jobs too?
> The main light obviously. Calling it the big light makes you sound like a five year old.
Not if you live in Scotland. The Big Light is generally the phrase used by most people.
> Not if you live in Scotland. The Big Light is generally the phrase used by most people.
me too, another vote for BIG light from Scotland.
Surprisingly, we cannot seem to claim we invented this one!
I would, without letting on, replace the table light with one of those useless new bulbs, of an 'equivalent' wattage , then , again without letting on, reduce the wattage, you will soon be getting asked to put the big light on( or maybe make them an appointment at the optician:)
Father in Law comes in and (always) says "Is there a plane about to come in?
Because someone left the bloody landing light on!"
Big Light by the way.
brought up in deepest Lincolnshire, father a mackem.
> I would, without letting on, replace the table light with one of those useless new bulbs, of an 'equivalent' wattage , then , again without letting on, reduce the wattage.
Already have those in but the reducing wattage idea is a good one, i might try that.
We call it "the light"
the little lights are "the sexy lights"
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