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See, I can do subtle, honest.
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When you send me a small cheque made out to the Warwickshire Women's Refuge, Sally! :wink: (Paypal details are available).

Be nice - there is no mountain of drek on AIPON2 and phase two of the fundraising may not come off if AIPON2 is abused, so gently, gently there and let it rip here!

I expect to see the term 'fit issue' at least once, though.....

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post it, I want to say how 'awesome' and 'accurate' it is etc.
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This afternoon, His Technicalitie permitting...........

£65 collected, another £15 collectable - thank you.

However donations always welcome, even after posting - cheques made out to the Warwickshire Women's Refuge, paypal details via private message - particularly as this IS a two-for-one deal, and I don't think we've yet had donations for the humiliation of His Technicalitie (worse kit than mine).
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Alice can you tell me when you do it IN CAPITAL LETTERS as I'm doing so much it needs to jump out at me. I need to tell the Kentwellies who fell for my caniving plot. Donations have dried up so we need a revival of interest.

Or maybe I've milked all the suckers/wonderful, nice, generous people dry............

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"I've milked all the suckers/wonderful, nice, generous people dry.."


mmmm :lol:
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It's submitted.

C14th - 15th section 'Banquet Gown'.

They will delete 'malicious' posts. Put them here, so I may weep salty tears more conveniently.

67 posts, 1453 viewings - more donations, you stingy lot!

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does not appear to be there, link perchance
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I assume we have to wait for the website owner to upload it?

<taps fingers impatiently> :shock:

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Patience Greggie dear, Mrs Milwr is quite the rightest Mrs. Milwr to have posted in the last 45 minutes.

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oooer
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You're up!

My favourite bit is himself's christmas decoration necklace :)

Mind you, I've seen far far worse, you'd fit in a treat at Tewkesbury! :roll:

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JC - will you be honouring said photo with superlatives???
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Personally I feel I should have gone with the silver effect, it being more suitable to the lesser nobs.

Sadly the full glory of the demi-train is chopped off.

Frighteningly I didn't realise that they revolve the photos in the album as the album cover photo :?

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i've seen worse i'm afraid.
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Thank you! It's good fancy dress made entirely from acrylic, nylon and plastic except for the hat lining - and that only becuase I couldn't get a man-made stiffener. Not something for use in re-enactment, I hope.

It's a fabric-heads' joke, hence the thread being on "costume".

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Do you know...I feel positively inspired to post up my chav outfit in the 20 century section after that A the H. :lol:
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You racy devil. Do you think they have chavs in Australia yet?

I am trying to fleece - ooops - I mean interest a British engineering team in Oz in paying - I mean playing.

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Alice the Huswyf wrote:Thank you! It's good fancy dress made entirely from acrylic, nylon and plastic except for the hat lining - and that only becuase I couldn't get a man-made stiffener. Not something for use in re-enactment, I hope.

It's a fabric-heads' joke, hence the thread being on "costume".
Alice, was that reply to my comment?
If so then i'm more than aware of the joke :D
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Nope Gandi, I am VERY upset. My worst wasn't bad enough for you.

So I am going to weep salty tears. :cry: Look that was it there.

Now howsabout some chariddy money biiiig boi! :twisted:

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Tell me does David portray a man from the East in baggy hose ?
There’s a country in Europe where they treat their ex soldiers with pride no waits for medical treatment after injuries received during service, no amensia from the government. Cant for the life of me recall where it is but I know exactly where it is not.

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Nigel wrote:Tell me does David portray a man from the East in baggy hose ?
This a Masonic thing?
I re-enact therefore I am

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"Tell me does David portray a man from the East in baggy hose ?"

muahhahahhahhaah :twisted:
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Alice told me those aint hose they're boots!

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Nigel wrote:Tell me does David portray a man from the East in baggy hose ?
I'm still trying to work out how wrapping spectacles in hessian makes them authentic!
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dont go there phil

i laughed lots

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"wrapping spectacles in hessian makes them authentic!"

muhahhahhahha :twisted:
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EEEEEEVERYTING becomes authentic for ANY period if you wrap it in hessian and smear it with mud.

Everyone knows that .

(Although even the finest weight hessian does obscure the picture on the 32" plasma screen camping TV).

Mr Finney is not actally wearing 'boots' or hose. It is a full length houppelande. He is just a very short man standing on two tree stumps wrapped in hessian. That we looted. So it HAS to be authentic, innit?

NIGEL: You must be mishtaken. His name is Arnold. Arnold Finney. but you can call him 'Arno'.

ANNIE: Boots on feet out of sight, you blonde - he's not allowed interestingly long boots.

LORD ROOS - thank you, very generous of you - and for suggesting a possible phase three! Payment details PM'd to you - and to anyone else who wants to donate in phase one.

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swap concluded btw

10 of yer engleish popunds in the pot of miss lough
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Hi Alice,
sorry I missed all this, I am proud to have been named personally though! :D Please PM me your Paypal details and I will send a donation to you anyway. Love the 'outfit' btw- you both look stunning :wink:

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