fairly popular adage over low-counties, england way.

stems from the crazy-popular fad around mid nineties for local heroes to give in to, wordly: Good, ditch all their property (recoup later) except ideally, their shed, but oftentimes some other household equipment, convert it to a motor vehicle and travel from land's end to John O'Groats, all along motorways all the way.

said fad came to a doleful end when one brave endeavorer try to make amphibious craft from a wash basin and cross to Orkneys - unsucessful. someone coulda died. tomfoolery!

so, sort of this term exudes the joys in realising potential whilst going nowhere fast.
a): you headin off to land's end on your arse on that settee?
b): oh, do moot me a point. nah the shuffle function on my i-pod might present a song ordering that represents a fate i'd prefer not to realise.

you, *eyes skyward*: have shed, will travel.
by silencut March 04, 2009
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