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How to make a great sandwich
Mon 24-May-10
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Toffeeapple said:

Argh...I just did

http://thelongnwindingroad.files.wordpress.com/200.....reador.jpg

Did you ever do it - and finish it?


TA, I am waiting for some spare time to do just that - mmm - maybe I'll take it to a place that I know of, somewhere near Cognac ....... Smile

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 'A hug,' said Pooh 'is always the right size!' 

Mon 24-May-10
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...... and did you notice the complexity of this, the green wrap is also a man's tie?

The red wrap is the toreador's red cape.

Amazing stuff.WellDone

"How do you spell 'Love'?" (Piglet). 

"You don't spell it, you feel it" (Pooh).

 'A hug,' said Pooh 'is always the right size!' 

Mon 24-May-10
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Yes, I did, he had an amazing brain - and talent.  Good luck with it. 

I'll try that again!

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brightspark said:

Danny said: In the 70s I used to love trips to Dublin where UK TV signals could be picked up and I was introduced to The Sweeney. Bowled me over - i was hooked. Big_Laugh


I guess Danny, that you liked 'Life on Mars' and 'Ashes to Ashes' then.

(Life on Mars was much better than Ashes to Ashes, but they were still good.)

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Spot on, BS. I really enjoyed Life on Mars. It did get a bit dotty on the end but it was a dash of nostalgia. Never saw Ashes to Ashes to Ashes.

Rosie: " banana, jam and peanut butter: or – marmite and cucumber" Doh I am lost for words! Big_Laugh

Ruth: I see a niche for a "No Marmite Here, Please" forum. You and I can be founder members. I love your M&S prose. Inspired! F has made a batch of marmo with a dash of Bushmills for the gateside stand at Christmas. She should hire you to do the marketing copy Laugh

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Danny said: In the 70s I used to love trips to Dublin where UK TV signals could be picked up and I was introduced to The Sweeney. Bowled me over – i was hooked. Big_Laugh

brightspark said:

I guess Danny, that you liked 'Life on Mars' and 'Ashes to Ashes' then.


Spot on, BS. I really enjoyed Life on Mars. It did get a bit dotty on the end but it was a dash of nostalgia. Never saw Ashes to Ashes to Ashes.


Ah, that's a shame in a way, because the very last episode of Ashes to Ashes (last Sunday) has explained the background behind both of the series, which was very enlightening.Smile

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Tue 25-May-10
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Danny said:

Rosie: " banana, jam and peanut butter: or – marmite and cucumber" Doh I am lost for words! Big_Laugh


 

Too busy making and eating the sandwiches to speak thenI_am_HungryLaugh

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