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Not from you Tod, otherwise I might be in danger of having them.

And "havana", not pink. Pink would clash horribly with my eyes - or sick come to that.

The guy who is making them knows all about making them for my particular saddle. He does them at a very reasonable price, and he has a very full life outside of re-enactment so to be fair, I can not begrudge him the wait.
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And just who is that handsome gay Jacobite blade and bonny fighter, parrying the dastardly thrust of that mean and underhand Government officer?

Gosh and lawks a lordy...'tis me! I am 'at home' for autographs (just a mere ten English pounds a scribble).

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Andysmith wrote:And just who is that handsome gay Jacobite blade and bonny fighter, parrying the dastardly thrust of that mean and underhand Government officer?

Gosh and lawks a lordy...'tis me! I am 'at home' for autographs (just a mere ten English pounds a scribble).


Rough translation
"Camp Edinburgh gadabout fights Disney's Jimmerny Cricket". 1 lemon sherbert and a hand full of refreshers and he'll do the same for you.

What have I created....................... :oops:

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Tod wrote:What have I created....................... :oops:


You have created nothing.

You have just nurtured and brought out his inner cad.
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I have a strange and scary image of being chased across an artic ice flow by a monster.

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The Good Stuff means You chase the Monster................
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I want to be the monster :twisted:

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You ARE a monster..!
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"So...Mr.Booth...You see yourself as a Monster chasing yourself....could this reflect some deep inner conflict?"
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More internal conflict than you will ever ever know.

I must stop beating myself up over this wah wah waaaaaaaaaarrr.
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Andysmith wrote:And just who is that handsome gay Jacobite blade and bonny fighter, parrying the dastardly thrust of that mean and underhand Government officer?

Gosh and lawks a lordy...'tis me! I am 'at home' for autographs (just a mere ten English pounds a scribble).


Andy, I hope you managed to avenge his most brutal treatment of me during the sunday battle at Cliveden. He thrust his "poking spit of Spain" into my torso, thus disabeling his senior officer to give me quarter and an opportunity to be publicly executed. I just love public executions!!!

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Henrik Bjoern Boegh wrote:
Andysmith wrote:And just who is that handsome gay Jacobite blade and bonny fighter, parrying the dastardly thrust of that mean and underhand Government officer?

Gosh and lawks a lordy...'tis me! I am 'at home' for autographs (just a mere ten English pounds a scribble).


Andy, I hope you managed to avenge his most brutal treatment of me during the sunday battle at Cliveden. He thrust his "poking spit of Spain" into my torso, thus disabeling his senior officer to give me quarter and an opportunity to be publicly executed. I just love public executions!!!

Cheers,
Henrik


Almost,

well, kind of,


well, um, no......


I gave him the tools to dual with instead and participate if great japes and tom foolery.

Which is almost like getting him back - if you squint a bit....
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