100% LUDLOWLeg's Unstable? Deploy Lump Or Wad Tony McCoy O'Grady (Ludlow is defined in 'The Meaning of Liff' by Douglas Adams and John Lloyd as meaning, 'A wad of newspaper, folded tablenapkin or lump of carboard put under a wobbly table or chair to make it stand up straight. It is perhaps not widely known that air-ace Sir Douglas Bader used to get about on an enormous pair of ludlows before he had his artificial legs fitted.')
Words & Wordplay:Liffs