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« Reply #225 on: August 14, 2021, 01:52:20 pm »

As if I were not already feeling down in the mouth (and everywhere else)... Sad

Yep, this is the place to lift yer spirits and regain confidence in humanity's cultural heritage-preservation...



...p'raps not.

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« Reply #226 on: August 14, 2021, 03:00:19 pm »

As if I were not already feeling down in the mouth (and everywhere else)... Sad

Yep, this is the place to lift yer spirits and regain confidence in humanity's cultural heritage-preservation...



...p'raps not.

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No, I think not.
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« Reply #227 on: August 14, 2021, 04:35:43 pm »

As if I were not already feeling down in the mouth (and everywhere else)... Sad

Yep, this is the place to lift yer spirits and regain confidence in humanity's cultural heritage-preservation...



...p'raps not.

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No, I think not.

Hey, we tell it like it is: they're supplied sans sugar here at AMF...



..."sorry, you are number eleven in the queue" - nurrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrh.



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« Reply #228 on: August 14, 2021, 05:08:34 pm »


Hey, we tell it like it is: they're supplied sans sugar here at AMF...




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Oh well, as a diabetic, sans sugar is de rigueur for me. Mind you, in my beer-drinking days (of which there were an inordinately large number Smiley) bitter was my glug of choice.



The crab-apple fairy: little and bitter but little and good. C'est moi, peut-être? Well, bitter anyhow! Grin
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« Reply #229 on: August 14, 2021, 06:07:24 pm »

Oh well, as a diabetic, sans sugar is de rigueur for me. Mind you, in my beer-drinking days (of which there were an inordinately large number Smiley) bitter was my glug of choice.

The crab-apple fairy: little and bitter but little and good. C'est moi, peut-être? Well, bitter anyhow! Grin

Ah, no need to be bitter when you have such toothsome delicacies as supplied by



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« Reply #230 on: August 14, 2021, 06:34:24 pm »

Oh well, as a diabetic, sans sugar is de rigueur for me. Mind you, in my beer-drinking days (of which there were an inordinately large number Smiley) bitter was my glug of choice.

The crab-apple fairy: little and bitter but little and good. C'est moi, peut-être? Well, bitter anyhow! Grin

Ah, no need to be bitter when you have such toothsome delicacies as supplied by



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Ahh! Bless 'is little cotton socks!
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« Reply #231 on: August 15, 2021, 05:05:08 am »

Adnan Sami (1969), Alexander Alyabyev (1787), Giorgos Mouzakis (1922), Harold Fraser-Simson (1872), Harry Akst (1894), Ignaz von Seyfried (1776), Jacques Ibert (1890), Jimmy Webb (1946), Johann Christoph Kellner (1736), Jules De Swert (1843), Karlheinz Essl (1960), Knud Jeppesen (1892), Lukas Foss (1922), Marion Bauer (1882), Mikael Tariverdiev (1931), Olof Åhlström (1756), Oscar Peterson (1925), Raymond Gallois-Montbrun (1918), Rubin Goldmark (1872), Samuel Coleridge-Taylor (1875), Sebastian Aguilera de Heredia (1561), Sidney Clare (1892), Sulho Ranta (1901), Ted Snyder (1881), Victor Bruns (1904)

Well, she looks in fine fettle to me...



...but is she just The Maid of the Mountains?
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« Reply #232 on: August 15, 2021, 10:16:44 am »

Adnan Sami (1969), Alexander Alyabyev (1787), Giorgos Mouzakis (1922), Harold Fraser-Simson (1872), Harry Akst (1894), Ignaz von Seyfried (1776), Jacques Ibert (1890), Jimmy Webb (1946), Johann Christoph Kellner (1736), Jules De Swert (1843), Karlheinz Essl (1960), Knud Jeppesen (1892), Lukas Foss (1922), Marion Bauer (1882), Mikael Tariverdiev (1931), Olof Åhlström (1756), Oscar Peterson (1925), Raymond Gallois-Montbrun (1918), Rubin Goldmark (1872), Samuel Coleridge-Taylor (1875), Sebastian Aguilera de Heredia (1561), Sidney Clare (1892), Sulho Ranta (1901), Ted Snyder (1881), Victor Bruns (1904)

Well, she looks in fine fettle to me...



...but is she just The Maid of the Mountains?

The artist mustn't have read the poem. She looks positively Amazonian (apart from still being in possession of her original complement of breasts).
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« Reply #233 on: August 15, 2021, 10:27:30 am »

The artist mustn't have read the poem. She looks positively Amazonian (apart from still being in possession of her original complement of breasts).

Aye, you wouldn't fancy your odds against Minihoohah and her mammaries (she's got a couple round the back as well)...

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...not available on Amazon.
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« Reply #234 on: August 15, 2021, 12:11:41 pm »

The artist mustn't have read the poem. She looks positively Amazonian (apart from still being in possession of her original complement of breasts).

Aye, you wouldn't fancy your odds against Minihoohah and her mammaries (she's got a couple round the back as well)...

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...not available on Amazon.

No, I have a big yellow streak running right down the middle of my back...
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« Reply #235 on: August 15, 2021, 02:20:49 pm »

The artist mustn't have read the poem. She looks positively Amazonian (apart from still being in possession of her original complement of breasts).

Aye, you wouldn't fancy your odds against Minihoohah and her mammaries (she's got a couple round the back as well)...

 Cheesy

...not available on Amazon.

No, I have a big yellow streak running right down the middle of my back...

Streaky backon, how lovely!



Nice wrapped round a Cumberland Spicy...

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« Reply #236 on: August 15, 2021, 02:24:17 pm »

The artist mustn't have read the poem. She looks positively Amazonian (apart from still being in possession of her original complement of breasts).

Aye, you wouldn't fancy your odds against Minihoohah and her mammaries (she's got a couple round the back as well)...

 Cheesy

...not available on Amazon.

No, I have a big yellow streak running right down the middle of my back...

Streaky backon, how lovely!



Nice wrapped round a Cumberland Spicy...

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Do I hear the 2.13 out of Melton Constable hurtling down Brentwood Bank out of control?
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« Reply #237 on: August 15, 2021, 05:42:14 pm »

The artist mustn't have read the poem. She looks positively Amazonian (apart from still being in possession of her original complement of breasts).

Aye, you wouldn't fancy your odds against Minihoohah and her mammaries (she's got a couple round the back as well)...

 Cheesy

...not available on Amazon.

No, I have a big yellow streak running right down the middle of my back...

Streaky backon, how lovely!



Nice wrapped round a Cumberland Spicy...

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Do I hear the 2.13 out of Melton Constable hurtling down Brentwood Bank out of control?

Erm, it just fell over, honest, Guv!

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« Reply #238 on: August 15, 2021, 06:13:45 pm »


Do I hear the 2.13 out of Melton Constable hurtling down Brentwood Bank out of control?


Erm, it just fell over, honest, Guv!



Yup. I thought so!
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« Reply #239 on: August 16, 2021, 07:29:22 am »

Alexander Uriah Boskovich (1907), Armand J. Piron (1888), Bill Evans (1929), Carolyn Jennings (1936), Charles Sanford Skilton (1868), David Behrman (1937), Ferdinando Bertoni (1725), Gabriel Pierné (1863), Georg Friedrich Haas (1953), Heinrich Marschner (1795), Jacinto Guerrero (1895), Jarmo Sermilä (1939), Kirke Mechem (1925), Max Spicker (1858), Olav Kielland (1901), Paul Callaway (1909), Philipp Jakob Riotte (1776), Robert H.P. Platz (1951), Roland Freisitzer (1973), Roque Cordero (1917), Siegmund von Hausegger (1872), Ulrika Bodén (1974), Yevstigney Fomin (1761)

A fang-tastic party...



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