Q. What’s the most frightened you’ve ever been?
A. Hanging off the face of a cliff.
Q. Where was that?
A. Not too far from here. 37 more words
Cornwall, like Walt Whitman, contains multitudes. I have often pointed out that nationalism lumpifies Cornwall and the people here. It presents the county as one uniform place, Cornwall, and the people as one uniform group, the Cornish; it tends lumpify England and the English too. 148 more words