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EuropeanCanon
(crash course raver)
06/06/07 12:56 PM
Well hung and snow white tan new [re: russellmael]  

I marked the occasion by shaving off my eyebrows and then sitting in my garden for a little while before going inside to snap one off.

God's footballer hears the voices of angels
Above the choir at Molineux


Strawman
(chameleon, comedian, corinthian and caricature)
06/06/07 01:30 PM
Midlander new [re: EuropeanCanon]  

Garden?

Surely you mean backyard?



Claude
(sound & visions)
06/06/07 03:34 PM
Re: 35 Years of Ziggy new [re: russellmael]  

Live Santa Monica 1972

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infidel
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06/07/07 08:10 AM
Re: 35 Years of Ziggy new [re: Claude]  

Ziggy Stardust has a huge following ... including these guys ::: here :::



EuropeanCanon
(crash course raver)
06/07/07 06:29 PM
Gotta make way for the Cromer superior new [re: Strawman]  

In reply to:

Garden?

Surely you mean backyard?


Indeed. We humble West Midlanders, of the same stock that gave the world Shakespeare, Tolkein, Elgar, Tony Hancock, Robert Plant and Noddy Holder, jealously view from afar Cromer's cultured intelligensia of piss-stained septuagenarians and pasty-faced bored-shitless youths hangin' around "Mary Jane's Chippy", collectively raising a sceptered saveloy in honour of Cromer's celebrated ghosts of yore, while we Neanderthals point with quivering finger towards the majestic plains of Norfolk's jewel in the crown as we exclaim in hushed reverence through our flat, earthy vowels: "We wanna be like them."

God's footballer hears the voices of angels
Above the choir at Molineux


Claude
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06/07/07 07:35 PM
Re: 35 Years of Ziggy new [re: infidel]  

Very funny!

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SoulLoveChild
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06/08/07 04:51 AM
Re: 35 Years of Ziggy new [re: infidel]  

Infidel, that was ace, thanks


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Strawman
(chameleon, comedian, corinthian and caricature)
06/08/07 07:00 AM
Walsalla new [re: EuropeanCanon]  

In reply to:

view from afar Cromer's cultured intelligensia of piss-stained septuagenarians and pasty-faced bored-shitless youths hangin' around "Mary Jane's Chippy", collectively raising a sceptered saveloy in honour of Cromer's celebrated ghosts of yore, while we Neanderthals point with quivering finger towards the majestic plains of Norfolk's jewel in the crown as we exclaim in hushed reverence through our flat, earthy vowels: "We wanna be like them."


Christ, I never knew you'd visited the place - was it recent?

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We humble West Midlanders, of the same stock that gave the world Shakespeare, Tolkein, Elgar, Tony Hancock, Robert Plant and Noddy Holder


The West Midlands is rather a large stockpot which has always been densely populated, whereas Cromer is more a small cauldron with a population of just 8,000 rising up to 8,652 with the recent extension to the stinky crab factory - Poles & Lithuanians - despite those facts this sparesly populated part of the world called North Norfolk produced the man who saved Britain - Horatio Nelson - Edith Cavell, Anna Sewell, Sir Thomas Browne, Sir Thomas Bignold, Stephen Fry, Arthur Smith and Cathy Dennis<

And tiny Cromer was home to Henry Blogg, the bravest man on the planet who couldn't even swim, James Dyson, Arthur Conan Doyle wrote Hound of the Baskervilles in Cromer Hall and Einstein invented the fucking nuclear bomb here.

I'm a little envious that you have Dudley close by though.



EuropeanCanon
(crash course raver)
06/08/07 02:44 PM
New York - Paris - Wolverhampton new [re: Strawman]  

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Christ, I never knew you'd visited the place - was it recent?


I've been to North Norfolk many times over the years, including Cromer on a few occasions, but it's probably been about 5 or 6 years since I last visited. It has to be said though, North Norfolk is an exceptionally fine part of the world and, joking aside, Cromer's a very nice spot too - although I always thought Sheringham was far more refined and classy!

My own fair city, on the other hand, isn't exactly recognised for her beauty or charm. However, as well as being home to next seasons Championship champions-elect, this particular outpost in the crowded West Midlands at least inspired the well-known quote: "When a man is tired of Wolver'ampton, he is tired of life."




God's footballer hears the voices of angels
Above the choir at Molineux


Strawman
(chameleon, comedian, corinthian and caricature)
06/08/07 03:49 PM
Re: New York - Paris - Wolverhampton new [re: EuropeanCanon]  

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although I always thought Sheringham was far more refined and classy!


It is, and so is anywhere due west from Cromer along the coast - especially Wells & Burnham Market which I would imagine you've previously visited - I have in the not so distant past looked into purchasing a property in one of the Burnhams, but looking is as far as I got - If I sold the house I'm currently in I reckon I'd have no trouble financing a moorings at Burnham Overy Staith

Les Dennis lives in Burnham Market

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However, as well as being home to next seasons Championship champions-elect, this particular outpost in the crowded West Midlands at least inspired the well-known quote: "When a man is tired of Wolver'ampton, he is tired of life."


Yeah, Wolves get something in the region of 30,000,000 and Norwich get new members on the board who LOAN us 2,000,000 I haven't renewed my season ticket as yet & I don't think I'm going to fucking bother - Earnshaw is likely on his way for a fee of 5,000,000 and most of that fucker will go on the debt & off the field ventures instead of new players.

Did you see the new Holiday Inn Hotel built in the corner infill for fucks sake! DELIA SMITH IS A CUNT!!!!







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