I'm just about to win a game of Mornington Crescent.
It's a bit of a moment, because I've never managed to win a game online before, though it will be a hollow victory.
I'm playing under the protection of the Blair-Backspin amendment
ratified at last year's IMCC, and to be fair, some players aren't that up on current rules.
But my first free play is Meols, a pleasant village on The Wirral Peninsular from whence I hail. I'm from Tranmere.
Meols is pronouced "Mells", and not "MeOles" as some first think.
To counter any confusion, one guard on the Wirral Line would announce the staion as "MeOlesMells" (say it out loud)
So I can now invoke Covert Profanity and move directly to Mornington Crescent