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Sid

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She is not flashing her crotch. As a former wearer of a similar style myself, known as a minidress, I can assure you that no part of her intimate anatomy was visible to the children. She would not even be displaying her underwear. It's all in your mind.
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H'mm; I always thought this was known as having a quick buff' as one's boot's are being cleaned with a... duster?
 

Sgt Girth

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I thought it was a muppet.......the deep sea worm....not the lady being buffed I mean!
 

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"What happened between us last night was impossible, ridiculous and yet I want to scream it from the rooftops. Now open your mouth and have another Martini, you adorable, crazy bitch!"

"Holmes, I think you are losing touch with reality!" :oops:

Picture pinched from where it says! :)
 
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Coypu

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Aren't they called "flying dogs" or flying fox" or something?
Yes, fruit bats are often known as flying foxes.

I think it's absolutely adorable, I've always wanted to keep fruit bats! (During my childhood, my mum had a set of bound magazines that we called 'the pet binders'. Very informative, so we were always looking things up in them, but also, being from the late 60s/early 70s, covered lot of exotic animals that gave me ideas; fruit bats were one of my big wants, along with wombats and genets.)
 

Coypu

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These little chaps are brilliant, I thought about keeping them but they are really had work at first as they have to be carried around in a pouch with their handler until they bind with them.

 
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