UK costume events - anyone up for it?????

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Nah, that's chris's job.
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Medicus Matt wrote:Hurt I am...cut to the quick.
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So what would be wrong with being a knight and aiding a damsel anyway?

I like the colour of the sky in our world, I wonder sometimes how others see it, but if they are going to look for trouble where there is none, it may well not be so fluffy in theirs.
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Dave B wrote:Nah, that's chris's job.
i think i left all my quick in Birmingham :wink:

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lucy the tudor wrote:
So what would be wrong with being a knight and aiding a damsel anyway?
Damsel? You're a filthy, *rse-grabbing strumpet, masquerading as a demure two-door lady.
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Lovely, I've been looking for a decent forum strapline for ages 8-)

If you don't want to be groped you shouldn't wear such beautiful tweed suits, you know what reenactor women are like about wool. :roll:
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Wool? It wasn't the wool that distracted me...... 8-)
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Hussy :o :D
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Yeah, so?

A girl needs a hobby.

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[quote="Medicus Matt"


Damsel? You're a filthy, *rse-grabbing strumpet, masquerading as a demure two-door lady.[/quote]

Sir, I must defend the honour of my good lady - although she has made a reasonable job so far. she only grabs my *rse and no others. I demand satisfaction with the weapon of choice two sticks of limp celery. see you at the market, if not before ! :wink:
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Shhhh!
He was there when I grabbed your posterior Sir, but i must have hid his glasses... :wink:
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Sir,
In light of the above admission, I will allow you to make a formal withdrawal.
Should you wish to proceed, I believe I have the choice of weapons. Rest assured that whatever I choose will be not only hideously calorific but of gargantuan size and I will make you eat it.

Celery indeed.
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Oooooh!
Two gorgeous big fellows with beards, and cake like materials???
You chaps really know how to get a girl interested. :$
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Sir, I do indeed formally withdraw my challenge about the grabbing. However, I also note with some concern that you also mentioned my good wife was a filthy tudor, and as we all know, it is only filthy in the muddieval period. I therefore deny your request for choice of weapon, and challenge you to the use of dvarvish war bread :*
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timbobarnacle wrote:Sir, I do indeed formally withdraw my challenge about the grabbing. However, I also note with some concern that you also mentioned my good wife was a filthy tudor, and as we all know, it is only filthy in the muddieval period. I therefore deny your request for choice of weapon, and challenge you to the use of dvarvish war bread :*
Sir, I said your wife was a filthy strumpet, masquerading as a tudor.
Clearly you are feeble-minded and are not to be trusted with anything so sharp as battle bread (or indeed anything sharper than sponge). I am willing to let the matter rest.
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I'm not sure consensual *rse grabbing was considered filthy in either period, what with them being a little more broadminded than given credit for by 19th and early 20th century historians. Is this a reenactorism? Do I get a badge for finding one? (Ideally an appropriately filthy 15th Century one depicting an enormous phallus and vulva would be appreciated, I find it always gives one something to discuss with MOP's)
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Making costumes needs ever such a lot of patience, and re-enactment requires a good understanding of people and how to get along with all sorts.

What else is there to say.

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Oh,

I seem to have missed the second page of this chit-chat.

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Never mind Frances, I was only carrying on because I kept wanting the big voice over from Monty Python to come in with the old

"Stop that, it's getting very silly!"

But apparently the silliness only stops when we bore ourselves into a stupor, effective, but disappointing sometimes.
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Why do people come onto discussion sites and then get into a strop. How peculiar. If they do not have anything better to do they can always come over to my place and mow the lawn, pick up after the doggie or, even better, help me with some sewing!

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If we ever find a Troll who can hold his attention span for longer than thirty seconds when he isn't getting attention, we'll send him round. 8-)
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I'm a firm believer in community service for the errant in society. So go on then, send-em round.

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