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    Mudchute..?

    I wonder if any of Samantha's Gentlemen friends has ever taken her there?

    That's the last one......honest.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lee Lifeson-Peart View Post
    Mudchute..?

    I wonder if any of Samantha's Gentlemen friends has ever taken her there?

    That's the last one......honest.
    Now you're just talking dirty.

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    Maida Vale tube station

    Be thankful he didn’t divulge the contents of Mrs Ivy Trellis’ (of North Wales) incoherent letter in #8.
    As usual she mistakes the chairman for some another Radio 4 presenter.

    She writes: "Dear Libby", "why is it that ....
    There are more ways of killing a dog than choking it with butter.

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    Is it too late for me to play "Elephant and Castle".
    Or can I not be "in Huff" under this variation ?

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    Not too late.

    Bakerloo line has only one station south of the river, and you had to go play it.

    I go with Stockwell for now. I hope we can extricate ourselves from here without too much bother. I’ve seen games quickly run out of steam, I mean stations. There are only 29 underground stations in South London

    Do remember Blitz rules in operation. So the air raid shelter may come in handy.
    Just below the station platforms, there is an air raid shelter comprised of two tunnels, both six times the length of the platforms themselves. They’re currently used as a secure archive.
    Last edited by L'irlandais; 15-04-20 at 16:04.
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