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Oh no... Not Again! Female 'gladiator' remains found in Herefordshire
#21
And a chase pursued by rusty Daleks through the caverns under Stonehenge while the lighting rig's still there? Excellent! Am sure the Sealed Floppy-Hat crew could provide the extras and a couple of horses :face-approve:
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#22
Oooh...bagsy Animal Wrangler on set! I am sure I can induce seals to wear floppy hats...and my horse can earn me some dosh for a change!!!

:face-thinks:...you did mean seals and not SEALs didn't you? Couldn't cope with so many prima donna, Steven Segal types...
Life should NOT be a journey to the grave with the intention of arriving safely in an attractive and well preserved body, but rather to skid in sideways, Merlot in one hand, Cigar in the other; body thoroughly used up, totally worn out, and screaming "WOO HOO, what a ride!
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#23
Dinosaur Wrote:And a chase pursued by rusty Daleks through the caverns under Stonehenge while the lighting rig's still there? Excellent! Am sure the Sealed Floppy-Hat crew could provide the extras and a couple of horses :face-approve:

Oooh, naughty. Their hats aren't always floppy! Don't the Roman groups have horsies?
Prime practitioner of headology, with a side order of melting glass with a stern glare.
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#24
mpoole Wrote:Oooh, naughty. Their hats aren't always floppy! Don't the Roman groups have horsies?

Sometimes, but their shields all seem to be missing the pointy corners, not like the proper infantry types, and they don't have all the feathers and big 1960s buckles and stuff in their (not always) floppy hats like the other crew. Maybe a few Saxons and Vikings too, since they usually turn up with their own huts and collapsible looms and furniture and pointy curved cups that won't stand up? - and of course more colourful shield-artwork and 101 variations on a 1940s fire-watcher's helmet....
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#25
I take it you've been to Kelmarsh. Or Hastings. Or even the Viking Festival?
Prime practitioner of headology, with a side order of melting glass with a stern glare.
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#26
Just spent too much time in the wrong (?right?) diggers/bikers/floppy hat crew pubs.....probably far too much time... Smile
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