As the first mapmaker, Charles was often weighed down by his work.
Really good mapmaking.
Even better mapmaking.
A to Z
An alphabet, not a map.
Section of an A to Z.
Subject of mapmakers’ conversation.
Length of a map.
Having a trendy coffee while looking at a map.
Someone who’s not too bothered about stories.
“You are here”
Generally where you don’t want to be.
Number at the top of an electricity bill. Doesn’t help in finding out where you are.
Nine out of ten women believe they can reap maps.
Telling a woman you believe she can read a map in the hope that she’ll go for a drink with you.
Being told where the compass is.
Directions printed on a fish.
The art of carrying large maps around.
Where all the countries are at the start of the week.
That women wouldn’t be able to understand his maps.
“What Shall We Do With the Drunken Sailor” is has been number one for 20,000 weeks.
Having a very precious chart.
Hip, urban map.
Diagram of massage parlours.
Used by Bob Hope, Bing Crosby and Dorothy Lamour.
Giving up after 45 minutes spent trying to fold the thing back up properly.