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A Nod To Brent - Fun , friendly, frivolity and happy days in the South Hams 1947.

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9 minutes ago, bgman said:

Having travelled half way across Europe, and walked up from Plymouth to protest at the current affairs in this country, Donald has decided to have a rest infront of a "Special" carrying local politician, Algernon Trexit to an emergency meeting.

 

How do I know his name is Donald ?

 

Its a Tusk thing.

 

Dziękuję ci

 

Probably practicing for a “hard border”

Tusk - Not their best album, but great anyway.

Ash.

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Donald probably Trumps it. 

 

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9 hours ago, cary hill said:

Caption

 

Ganger's chat:

 

"Not the best time or place to start building a dung midden"

 

"You can't move it though, as I've read that them dung middens are a vital social networking system for Rhinos  and the equivalent of Faecesbook Facebook for us humans"

 

"Well I'm not letting all that good fertiliser go to waste........"

 

 

There was a young fellow called Hyde,

Who fell in a midden and died,

And likewise his brother

Fell in another,

And now they're interred side by side.

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Meanwhile in other ANTB news two other "Ladies of Legend" make a welcome return for the Golden Age of RMWeb.

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12 hours ago, Trains&armour said:

 

 

 

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Caption contest?

 

Arthur Swidger  "Get off the track you big fat ugly stupid creature"

Ganger "I think you're wasting your time Arthur, he's too thick skinned"

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13 hours ago, Stubby47 said:

"Is this the fiddle yard?"

 

Who in their right mind ballasts the fiddle yard ....

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Horace the rhino is decidedly dejected, having absconded from Oldham Safari Park in the hope of seeing Robin's new Hornby Terrier. 'This wasn't the highlight of my holiday that I had in mind', said Horace, as his kindly keeper returned from the village tea shoppe with a Medium Latte for him.

 

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3 hours ago, gwrrob said:

Who in their right mind ballasts the fiddle yard ....

 

I know of one bloke who's got an engine shed and a row of houses in his.

 

John C.

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4 hours ago, cary hill said:

Meanwhile in other ANTB news two other "Ladies of Legend" make a welcome return for the Golden Age of RMWeb.

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What have you done to that station sign Rob? Who's Ange and what can she be rented for? I can think of several words starting Rid...

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57 minutes ago, checkrail said:

 

I know of one bloke who's got an engine shed and a row of houses in his.

 

John C.

 

He must be stark raving bonkers.

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5 minutes ago, gwrrob said:

 

He must be stark raving bonkers.

 

'Bonkers is as bonkers does' (Kenneth Branagh).

 

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Nice "late GWR" shot

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Late arrival at the Caption Ball.  Rhino Soreass exclaims, " You lookin at me, uh? Bleddy standards are slipping around here. Puff off prairie plodder". 

Ar$£

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Schush ! 

 

Be quiet !

 

I'm sure I heard a faint noise coming from underneath this rhino ?

 

ROB !

ROB !!

Are you there Rob ?

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Can I dismiss the rumours straight away that Flora Finching is replacing Barcey Dussell on Strictly.:read:

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Isn’t that how one starts ones application for the role: by denial that it is being considered?

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 I’ve enjoyed the Hawksworth action. I was wundrin’ if perhaps a southern driver might be learning the route on that train in an N class. Just wundrin’

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11 minutes ago, Limpley Stoker said:

 I’ve enjoyed the Hawksworth action. I was wundrin’ if perhaps a southern driver might be learning the route on that train in an N class. Just wundrin’

 

Always happy to satisfy requests even when they're out of the ordinary.

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Apologies for late reply on caption..............."These HS2 protesters are really getting annoying"

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48 minutes ago, gwrrob said:

southern

 

48 minutes ago, gwrrob said:

out of the ordinary.

 

Thats just weird !

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13 hours ago, bgman said:

How do I know his name is Donald ?

Because his father's name was Donald.

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14 hours ago, bgman said:

 

Thats just weird !

'Weird is as weird does' (Kenneth Branagh).

 

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On 06/04/2019 at 23:08, Limpley Stoker said:

Cue Tom Lehrer—- they’re coming to take me away, ha ha, ho ho, he he.........

 

Everybody loves a lady but she doesn’t have to be a saint.

 

 

Ahem;  "They're coming to take me away, haha" was by Napoleon XIV, whose real name was Jerry Samuels.

 

Chris

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