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  1. DreamScourge commented on Ollie and Quentin about 15 hours ago

    LOLz, and he(or is Dumbo a she?) seems to have misplaced his feather.

    http://www.gocomics.com/theargylesweater

  2. DreamScourge commented on Ollie and Quentin about 19 hours ago

    Love it! Now where is that little annoying grey elephant?

  3. DreamScourge commented on B.C. about 19 hours ago

    Reminds me of Broom Hilda

  4. DreamScourge commented on Ollie and Quentin 2 days ago

    Silly boy! Snerk.

  5. DreamScourge commented on Andy Capp 3 days ago

    Hehe learning’s the fun part of life, and I have plenty of questions myself, not all of them get answered. I just love all the little differences between our various cultures and it’s so fun to find out about them, we have an advantage of the U.S. contingent as we get exposed to much more of your strange ways by way of Hollywood than you do to our strange ways by way of our Pinewood

  6. DreamScourge commented on Phoebe and Her Unicorn 3 days ago

    A beautiful set of panels

  7. DreamScourge commented on Ollie and Quentin 3 days ago

    How did that extra ‘d’ get in there, I’m sure dit wasn’t there earlier!

  8. DreamScourge commented on Andy Capp 3 days ago

    We have the fortune to live in sunny Watford ;-)

    Plymouth sounds like a good place to head, we had some great sunny holidays down there in the 70’s, great memories of the coast and staying in a caravan at a farm in Oakhampton, best years and all that.

    I turned the Telly on just at the right moment to see the last 10 votes, was good to see Sweden get it, but think the UK song was worth a little more than 5 points :-)

  9. DreamScourge commented on Phoebe and Her Unicorn 4 days ago

    Good point, I forgot about that response ;-)

  10. DreamScourge commented on Andy Capp 4 days ago

    In the UK air drying often leaves things a bit damp, what with the country being a bit damp we need that extra little bit before we fold things up and sling them in draws and wardrobes

    Oh to live somewhere warm and dry… The forecast today was for 20C and sunny, so far (2PM) it has been overcast, windy and not at all as advertised… Sigh!