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Lionel Harrison
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« Reply #585 on: September 16, 2021, 02:41:44 pm »

Even in the best-regulated families (or on the best-moderated forums, it seems).  Cheesy

Go on, smile for the camera...

...say "Gruyère". Oh, just don't bother.


 Grin When you see things like that it makes you wonder how come photography 'took off', doesn't it?

Indeed, it's family-friendly fun, fun, fun all round. Worra bloody miserable lot, eh? Couldn't raise a laugh if y'applied Ken Dodd's ticklin' stick (oo-er, missus).

Mere idling methinks.

Maybe someone should have broken out the nitrous oxide.  Wink

British and Irish Music?

Mere idling methinks.

Well, the step-father of Samuel Coleridge-Taylor was a railway worker, so we're not really off track!
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