Another in the series of answers to those finding their way here via search engines.
she touched his stiffy illustrated
I am not familiar with this particular journal. It is not one for which I hold a current subscription, and therefore these comments are not as informed as they might be. My first impressions, however, are that it would appear to have a very limited subject matter, and would scarcely merit commercial success. I say this without any attempt to be judgemental. If any of you have a copy and wish to post extracted illustrations, then I will do my best to pass on the information.
Someone from the Emerald Isle asked about this. It is difficult to know how to respond, given the very brief question. Again, alas, I have to profess little or no expertise or experience in this art. If forced to opine, I would recommend against it, but if that is how you care to spend your Thursday evenings, then I have no objection. Perhaps you ought to get an instruction manual. Living in
Amazingly, another topic about which I have little knowledge. Try to solicit the help of a nice young lady with stiletto heels, or buy a crowbar or staple gun.
gertrude shilling hats
Llewellyn journal crochet patterns
Now we are talking. Unfortunately, I am under legal obligation not to reveal the hideous and ancient secret that lies at the heart of this topic.
Stop being silly.
disturbed how you feel to customers
I suggest that you desist from the habit of intimate relations with your clients. It exceeds the limits of your contract of employment and will get you into very hot water.
is there a isle called scarra in
There may be “an” isle of such nomenclature in the Pictish regions, but until you learn correct usage, I will be forced to decline to assist your enquiries. Was that you, Adam?
Yes, I know all about it, what do you want to know?
edward III hobbies
He was a collector of thimbles and had an interest in the geology of
- As I have mentioned before, the Black Prince was not black, and is remembered mainly for the first rock concert.
- Lionel of Antwerp was actually named after his place of birth and after Lionel Blair, star of “Give us a Clue”. Who can forget his attempt to do “Three Men in a Boat”?
- John of Gaunt – had a ghostly demeanour when born, but hardly grounds for labelling him with such a grim identity for the whole of his life. No wonder that he was a tad moody.
- Edmund of
– also named after his place of birth – Bury St Edmunds. Langley
- Thomas of
– pretender to be the founder of the rock festival. Woodstock
- There were eight other children who did not (that’s enough Plantagenets, Ed.).