An Englishman travelling on a very dark night in the Welsh mountains heard a cry for help from someone who had fallen into a ravine near the road.
"Who is it?" he replied cautiously, fearing a trap.
"Dafydd ap Gwilym ap Rhys AP Gruffydd ap Ifan ap Jenkyn" came the response.
"Well", rejoined the Englishman, "if there's half a dozen of you down there you can jolly well pull eachother out."
STILL TIME TO ENTER TOP TENS - see below (Craig)