Quadrivial Quandary:  Logophiles, Rejoice!  Each day we give you four unusual words.  Can you fit them all in one illustrative sentence?
Quandary Resolution 6855
pasha, parliament, haywire, sui generis

"I know what you are thinking, Pip," snapped the PM at her petite husband, as he stood balancing her breakfast tea-pot in one hand, and the breakfast tray in the other. "you think I'm in sway to the Pasha of the DUP, don't you?" and as his mouth opened like a goldfish, but before any bubbles appeared, Theresa went on, "you think I'm haywire to put Parliament in the hands of a Balaclava-wearing Billy-Girl from the Six Counties, don't you?" and as his mouth closed again, she took a deep breath and said, "the truth, my Little Pip, is that I am besotted with her, head-over-heels smitten by her, ever since she gave me a Balaclava and slipped it over my head, I knew, that as wimmin go, Tangerine Foster is sui generis," and as the sad little man looked bleakly at her, she explained, "as they say on the Falls Road, 'she's her own mon' and that makes her mon enuff fer me!"

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