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  1. about 1 month ago on Strange Brew

    Somewhere in Margaritaville?

  2. 4 months ago on Green Humour

    And folks wonder why The UK wants control of its fisheries back…….

  3. 4 months ago on Ripley's Believe It or Not

    James II’s Act of Parliament of 6 March 1457 banned golf and football. The Act is the earliest known written evidence for the game in Scotland. With a weak monarchy, powerful nobles and a constant threat of invasion, military training was compulsory for all males over 12. However, instead of practising archery, ordinary people preferred to spend their leisure time playing golf and football. Dangerous and a nuisance, People often played in enclosed public spaces, such as streets and churchyards. This was considered dangerous and a nuisance, as well as ‘unprofitable’. Golf and football were so widespread and popular that Parliament considered them a problem serious enough for legislation. The 1457 ban was repeated in 1471 and 1491, so it could not have been entirely successful. https://digital.nls.uk/golf-in-scotland/banned/1457-act.html

  4. 7 months ago on Microcosm

    Just wait until Earth tells Mars that he named the Valles Marineris too

  5. 11 months ago on Microcosm

    Love it :)

  6. about 1 year ago on Edge of Adventure

    I would love to get this as a Graphic Novel……

  7. over 1 year ago on Green Humour

    Most likely

  8. over 1 year ago on Fred Basset

    Mine is all messed up too

  9. about 2 years ago on Fred Basset

    Chuckles could have been worse, Fred & George -The Weasley Twins

  10. about 3 years ago on Microcosm

    Chuckles love it! Keep them coming Hadria