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Big Dog

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I remember your boat ................................ a little ............ :drink: :yum:

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Well you did spend a long time on it

drinking :1062::burp::drink:
And a bunch of us right there with ya :clap:

I remember most of it but what I remember the last 3 hours is like looking through a fog. I know I made the walk off the dock and was hamming it up but don't think it wasn't tough ........... I was trashed ........ :biggrin:


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Umm, that ain't cannon powder Bill.

Big Dog just cut a little "poof.

We all have gastric disturbances now and then...


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Earth and moon, from 114,000,000 miles, or 10 light seconds...

Messenger Spacecraft.


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Howz about that Winehouse tidbit ta boot ......................... :biggrin:


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They are a snapshot of a bygone age and as these charming pictures from the Forties, Fifties and Sixties show, growing up in post-war Britain was an experience that would be unrecognisable to today's children.

It was a time when school dinners meant clearing your plate, however unappetising the food; playtime meant rough and tumble games and lessons involved learning to write using a slate and chalk...


And God bless Mummy and Daddy...Morning prayers led by teacher


Anyone for second helpings? A junior Fanny Craddock enjoys her work


Playing in the traffic: Trikes and cardboard cars teach road safety in 1939


Last straw: free school milk is a touchy subject today, but in 1953 it was essential


Down the hatch: Gargling for protection against flu at a Welsh school in 1938


Sticky wicket: No bails, but this would-be Geoff Boycott from 1964 has bought his own pads


A study in concentration: From the days when every school desk had a slate and some chalk


Little chefs: Youngsters get a patriotic lesson on the ingredients for Empire pudding


Blanket coverage: The open window suggests this was a treatment for tuberculosis


Rollerball: Grazes are part of the fun during soccer on skates


Bottoms up: A hard-headed approach to exercise


Plain fare: School meals were nourishing though the little girl doesn't seem too convinced


Mud larks: Wait til Mum sees you



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Please excuse me for saying this, but that is one PERFECT ass. I am awestruck!


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As good as Big Dog's avatar??? Tough call but I'm going with the rainbow...