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Message 1547564 - Posted: 25 Jul 2014, 19:28:43 UTC
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Merciful heavens!!! I do hope my beloved Eric steers clear of all the little tarts found in Miggins' newly opened shoppe. The poor man does suffer from hardening... of the arteries, don't you know.

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Message 1547581 - Posted: 25 Jul 2014, 20:13:03 UTC

Good Lord above, did I just espy our dear Angela being slightly risqué?? Sidney would come over all of a flutter poor chap.

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Message 1547587 - Posted: 25 Jul 2014, 20:16:20 UTC

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Message 1547684 - Posted: 26 Jul 2014, 0:21:38 UTC - in response to Message 1547564.

Merciful heavens!!! I do hope my beloved Eric steers clear of all the little tarts found in Miggins' newly opened shoppe. The poor man does suffer from hardening... of the arteries, don't you know.



Why, hello Angela, I hope that I find you well. Now as for your beloved, if my tarts give him palpitations I have just the rememedy.
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Message 1547685 - Posted: 26 Jul 2014, 0:21:52 UTC - in response to Message 1547564.
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In the meantime I hope you like these.



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Message 1547692 - Posted: 26 Jul 2014, 0:57:38 UTC

Muriel, darling! You have been missed. I am quite well. Thanks so for asking. As for the bacon, I shall be sure to direct it to Eric's attention. He loves a good, high quality strip in the morning...

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Message 1547779 - Posted: 26 Jul 2014, 3:22:01 UTC

Hello Mrs Miggins,

this is a fun thread :)

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Message 1547785 - Posted: 26 Jul 2014, 3:33:42 UTC - in response to Message 1547779.

Hello Mrs Miggins,

this is a fun thread :)

Best Wishes
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And positively brimming with tantalisingly delectable morsels too! :)

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Message 1548232 - Posted: 27 Jul 2014, 0:23:46 UTC
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Hello Byron, sorry I've not been around for a while, I've still had lots to do in my little emporium. The dust has been gathering in my cracks and crevices while I've been otherwise engaged in erstwhile pursuits.

Some of the places are a devil to reach with a feather duster. But after a while the results bring a smile to my face.

Now, has anyone seen that ageing lothario Sidney? Rumours were afoot that he was attempting to find the identity of a rogue that had taken advantage of me while my back was turned, the cad. He only did it once mind you, a pickle slicer is a wonderful invention.
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Message 1548249 - Posted: 27 Jul 2014, 1:46:36 UTC - in response to Message 1548232.

Hello Byron, sorry I've not been around for a while, I've still had lots to do in my little emporium. The dust has been gathering in my cracks and crevices while I've been otherwise engaged in erstwhile pursuits.

Some of the places are a devil to reach with a feather duster. But after a while the results bring a smile to my face.

Now, has anyone seen that ageing lothario Sidney? Rumours were afoot that he was attempting to find the identity of a rogue that had taken advantage of me while my back was turned, the cad. He only did it once mind you, a pickle slicer is a wonderful invention.


:))))))))))

Sadly I have failed to procure such a fine and versatile implement Mrs Miggins, but it gladdens my heart to learn that you are a master of it's intricacies! :)

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Message 1548375 - Posted: 27 Jul 2014, 10:44:40 UTC - in response to Message 1548249.

:))))))))))

Sadly I have failed to procure such a fine and versatile implement Mrs Miggins, but it gladdens my heart to learn that you are a master of it's intricacies! :)


I'd never be withourt it now.

I'm not sure who said this, but someone mentioned they wanted to get their hands on these, so here they are.



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Message 1548397 - Posted: 27 Jul 2014, 11:53:09 UTC
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RMS QM2
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27th inst.

My Dear Colleagues,

As I speak I am wending my way back to the shores of the land of Gardens and Orchards, namely our dear England, personified by the white cliffs of Dover. Do pray excuse me if I have lapsed into the poetical vernacular, but they serve uncommonly decent pink gins on board, which have rather attracted my attention as a most agreeable aperitif before dinner.

Alas, I have to convey that my endeavours to uncover the rogue that had taken advantage of Mrs Miggins while her attention was otherwise diverted, did not come to a satisfactory conclusion. However, I do recall an employee of hers in a previous establishment, that backed into a bacon slicer and got a little behind with his orders.

In fact I believe that I may not be a moment to soon, as I am led to understand that some Ladies of previously fine reputation, have taken to indulging in various morning activities that perhaps we should draw a veil over. In fact, it may well be that we need to draw as many as seven.

I did suggest to Muriel once that we tried coq au vin, but she got quite flustered and said it was a hotel room or nothing, so I had to return the hired Ford Transit to the dealers.

Tootle pip,

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Message 1548465 - Posted: 27 Jul 2014, 14:13:07 UTC

Look out, Sidney has been on the gin again.

I hope he doesn't do what he did last time. I did warn him not to to whisper such suggestions to a lady.

Luckily I was close at hand, so he whispered them to me instead.
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Message 1548474 - Posted: 27 Jul 2014, 14:37:11 UTC

I do recall Sidney saying that he was a bit cut up at the pickle slicer being sacked, she was quite a nice girl apparently.

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Message 1548637 - Posted: 27 Jul 2014, 20:55:31 UTC
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I did suggest to Muriel once that we tried coq au vin, but she got quite flustered and said it was a hotel room or nothing, so I had to return the hired Ford Transit to the dealers.

Mercy me! That reminds me of the time I suggested to Ol Pookers that we dine al fresco and he replied that eating outdoors might be more comfortable...

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Message 1548642 - Posted: 27 Jul 2014, 21:07:59 UTC - in response to Message 1548637.

I did suggest to Muriel once that we tried coq au vin, but she got quite flustered and said it was a hotel room or nothing, so I had to return the hired Ford Transit to the dealers.

Mercy me! That reminds me of the time I suggested to Ol Pookers that we dine al fresco and he replied that eating outdoors might be more comfortable...

That reminds me of a conversation I had with my sister once upon a time.

Dining in, in. (At the dining room table)
Dining in, out. (At the picnic table out back)
Dining out, in. (At a restaurant, inside).
Dining out, out. (Covered a wide variety of situations, not in the home, and outside. Everything from al fresco at a restaurant, to a picnic, to backpacking dinner).
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Message 1548643 - Posted: 27 Jul 2014, 21:11:41 UTC

Sounds like the hokey cokey :-)))

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Message 1548650 - Posted: 27 Jul 2014, 21:27:55 UTC - in response to Message 1548637.
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I did suggest to Muriel once that we tried coq au vin, but she got quite flustered and said it was a hotel room or nothing, so I had to return the hired Ford Transit to the dealers.

Mercy me! That reminds me of the time I suggested to Ol Pookers that we dine al fresco and he replied that eating outdoors might be more comfortable...


I met him once, Al Fresco, he asked me to lay my wares out in the open, I was quite shocked, I can tell you and when he suggested we shake it all about I'd just about had enough.
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