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38 minutes ago, Stickman said:



She's pretty good covered in beans and chocolate too



She’s is terrific , how old was she there I wonder ? as that must be a good ten or more years from that Elvis film , Viva Las Vegas ?

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1 hour ago, easytoslip said:

She’s is terrific , how old was she there I wonder ? as that must be a good ten or more years from that Elvis film , Viva Las Vegas ?

That's from Tommy in 1975....

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1 hour ago, Mudface said:

I celebrate her birthday every year by having a wank. Not always about her mind, but I think it's still quite thoughtful of me.

It is , I’m sure she’ll be pleased.

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8 minutes ago, easytoslip said:

It is , I’m sure she’ll be pleased.

You'd think so, wouldn't you? Apparently she was very upset and didn't like the pictures I sent, at least according to her lawyer and the judge. 

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On 15/12/2009 at 14:52, Edward. said:




From the Champions.

Talking to an elderly friend of me Dads a few months ago in the Globe telling how he took Stuart Damon around the town years ago when he appeared on the Allinsons, he loved it , but he said when as a butcher in St Johns market he used to go the Penny Farthing and she used to go in with William Gaunt when on the Royal Court , a beauty he said , and got the ale in too

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4 minutes ago, Mudface said:

She was sensational in The Postman Always Rings Twice.

I need to watch that again, not seen it in years.


The picture is from King Kong.

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