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  1. Philippa

    Philippa Always a lady.

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    Found this tonight and thought it was too good to keep to myself.

    G'night all!!

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  2. Doug

    Doug Administrator. The Main Man. Staff Member

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    ROFL.
     
  3. Daft Bat

    Daft Bat Administrator. Chief cook & bottle washer! Staff Member

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    One that I have used before now:
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  4. Guy

    Guy Whose knowledge is boundless

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    Soon to be seen worldwide

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    Cheers
    Guy
     
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  5. Philippa

    Philippa Always a lady.

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    Oh yes please, Guy - can I be first to get one? Pretty please????
     
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    Daft Bat Administrator. Chief cook & bottle washer! Staff Member

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    That is brilliant, Guy! :D
     
  7. Bookworm

    Bookworm Now in the arms of the Angels

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    Just had to quote it again - absolutely brilliant. Can I have one too?
    Who's a clever Guy then????? ;)
     
  8. Half Hour

    Half Hour Well-Known Member

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    I'm not crafty like some "Guys" but ....
    No matter which one you go for, you need a ..
    WARNING[​IMG]
    THIS VEHICLE MAKES SUDDEN STOPS AT CEMETERIES

    Added as a disclaimer
     
  9. Malcolm Webb

    Malcolm Webb Well-Known Member

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    I could do with one of those. My wife and I never knowingly drive past an interesting looking graveyard. Or if we have to, we make a mental note and go back at the earliest opportunity.

    All the best,
    Malcolm Webb
    Lincoln UK
     
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    LianeH Well-Known Member

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    All brilliant, I want one.

    Malcolm I also hate driving past cemeteries but hubby isn't always inclined to stop and look around - have to bribe him with a pub lunch lol

    Liane
     
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  11. Bookworm

    Bookworm Now in the arms of the Angels

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    My family hate it when I suggest going 'grave hunting' - so many groans!
    Then we all end up with paper and pen in hand, starting at different points in the graveyard searching the headstones frantically - very often we come away with having found nothing as most of them appear to be in un-marked graves but I love it, maybe they will too one day (says she with fingers crossed)
     
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    Half Hour Well-Known Member

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    My hubby whines about going, but once there he gets "into" it as well. We usually end up spending longer than planned while he hunts for someone he just thought of!
    A funny story for you... we were grave fixing, not hunting. After my m.i.l was buried the headstone for her, her hubby, and one little son started to really sink on one side. It was a flat stone. We checked with the caretaker of the cemetery and he said we could level it...poor old fellow couldn't do it. Well, It was a dark and stormy day...more realistically, a dark, cold, windy, rainy Halloween Day and off we went to fix it. Here we were, late afternoon, me with a hooded black coat , hood pulled around my head, scarf over my face, hubby bundled and him with a pick to lift the corner of the stone and me with a shovel to put the gravel we had brought underneath the low corner! Some kids were walking up the street and did they ever take off when they saw us on the hill!! I still laugh when I think about it and wonder if the little monsters have nightmares:D
     
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    They probably thought you were grave robbers :D
     

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