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aristophanes

28th November 2012, 18:51
Too funny, AB. I love Wodehouse; in fact I often read him while hiding behind the sofa, a position I find myself in rather oftener than I could wish.
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pastille

28th November 2012, 19:36
Well done jws.....nice simple word ixion.

Have one now...trying to break in my spanky new boots...ouch!
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rosalind

28th November 2012, 21:21
Congrats jws.
Don't understand the winning clue at all, or the comments about it!
Happy Birthday GK. I don't know enough about you to make you a suitable cake but whatever it is, it contains return tickets for the journey to New Zealand (?)- one of my most favourite places- to go and see your grandchildren
x
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bullfrog

28th November 2012, 21:24
Congrats, jws! It's a deuced long time since I perused the old Plum - must give it a go soon!
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ixion

28th November 2012, 21:52
I do like a bit of Plum jws, (very) intermittently reading some of the free stuff at project gutenberg

http://www.gutenberg.org/browse/authors/w

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jws

28th November 2012, 22:14
Hi Rosalind, perhaps this link to an extract from one of the Bertie Wooster stories will explain

http://mercyrobot.dreamwidth.org/6320.html
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ixion

28th November 2012, 22:26
I think that particular extract has been rather tampered with jws!
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les40

28th November 2012, 22:44
Bravo jws
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pastille

28th November 2012, 22:58
Many happies for your birthday GK.....x
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jamoza

29th November 2012, 09:24
"What did he say?"
"I cannot recall his exact words, sir, but he drew a comparison between your mentality and that of a cuckoo."

"A cuckoo, eh?"

"Yes, sir. To the bird's advantage."

Top-ho, jws. Toddle-pip!
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