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Old 05-01-2019, 07:20 PM   #101 (permalink)
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^ Put the wellies on your feet and hold the brolly over your head and you're good to go. I'm thinking the rainbow wellies for Frownland because, you know, psychedelic.
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Old 05-02-2019, 05:26 AM   #103 (permalink)
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Old 05-02-2019, 05:56 AM   #104 (permalink)
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^ Good one, ziggywas - there couldn't be a more on-topic song. Genuine LOL.
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one of london's bridges at an unusually low tide:-

I can almost smell the revolting low tide Thames stench just looking at that picture.

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I'd like to warn all mums in London to get their prams off the street.
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Old 05-12-2019, 09:11 AM   #106 (permalink)
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I can almost smell the revolting low tide Thames stench just looking at that picture.
^ HaHa! And did you notice how disgustingly soft the mud can be? We used to throw stones into it as kids, just for that tingle of revulsion as the stone disappears into a sloppy, collapsing crater.

Two bridges over the river Tees in Northern England:-

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In the second bridge, the so-called Big Blue, the yellow box sorry gondola can transport nine cars at a time.
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^ HaHa! And did you notice how disgustingly soft the mud can be? We used to throw stones into it as kids, just for that tingle of revulsion as the stone disappears into a sloppy, collapsing crater.
I was in London with a friend, some years ago, and we decided to stop by the Prospect of Whitby for a couple of pints. It was a beautiful, warm summer day so we thought it would be nice to have our drinks out on the back deck, overlooking the Thames. It turned out to be low tide and as soon as we opened the back door to the deck, we spun on our heels and retreated back inside from the foul odor.

And yes, that soft mud looks like it could swallow a person up and suck them under in an instant, never to be seen again.



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Old 05-13-2019, 11:59 AM   #108 (permalink)
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^ HaHa! Well, you chose a very popular, very famous pub, and I like the photo you posted. Luckily the smell app on my computer isn't working, otherwise I could scratch and sniff your photo.

As with any riverside city, contamination is worse downstream. London's upstream pubs never had that prob in my experience. Check out your river cities, guys; you should find that for historical reasons, the factories and working-class areas are downstream, elegant residences upstream.
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all the skatalites songs kinda sound the same to me but i find them entertaining when taken in small doses.


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