Beware the Sports Hall

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Postby James » 12 Jun 2008, 08:02

And a letter box by the back door to recieve visitors' business cards?
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Postby Professor Eek » 12 Jun 2008, 08:22

I couldn't possibly comment - but the aga khan
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Postby Chris » 12 Jun 2008, 09:58

And a volume of Greek Myths to read in the loo.
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Postby Tony James » 12 Jun 2008, 10:08

Have you no beds to sleep in?
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Postby David Wilde » 12 Jun 2008, 18:51

This really is starting to come up to Richards standard of booth now,although I still think he has more gadgets and furniture in his!

Very dissapointed to see my Punch hanging up side down Chris,and also I can not see the worm holder in this booth!

Conversations with Punch,I think is the book that should go in the loo,or was it the other book,cant make up my mind!
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Postby CvdC » 12 Jun 2008, 20:54

Well I didn't want to digress too far from the original theme of this posting. But since you bought it up David, I did manage to sneak a photo of Richard's interior while I was at the May fair.
All I can say is that if he produced booths on a commercial basis he would certainly give me a run for my money.


PS That is not your Punch. It happens to be the original Wal Kent Punch as used by Tony Hancock. I don't know what puppet you have but my guess is that it is a somewhat inferior copy.
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