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58 minutes ago, AntA said:

You've never been to Margate then?

Why did they choose Canada over Margate?   

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1 hour ago, Ron Hilditch said:

Why did they choose Canada over Margate?   

More likely Why wouldn’t they.

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3 minutes ago, jkbmusic said:

More likely Why wouldn’t they.

Be positive!  They could have Tracey Eminent as a neighbour and be there when it's invaded by a load artistic pseuds, up for the Turner Prize.  

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3 minutes ago, Cloth-Ears. said:

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How about just make him The King of Sheppy ?

Wasn't Sheppey the dog who tried to shag John Noakes leg?  Are they really into that?  If so the sooner they go to Canada, the better.

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3 minutes ago, Ron Hilditch said:

Wasn't Sheppey the dog who tried to shag John Noakes leg?  Are they really into that?  If so the sooner they go to Canada, the better.

Or was Sheppey the dog that tore the Blue Perter cat limb from limb...? :o

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8 minutes ago, Tony_J said:

Or was Sheppey the dog that tore the Blue Perter cat limb from limb...? :o

Maybe if the Queen bought Sheppey, might solve a problem?

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I believe the real reason for their emigration to Canada is that they can get Uncle Andrew to babysit.

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8 hours ago, Von Krolock said:

Her sister was fitter .

A gas fitter...? :dunno:

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10 hours ago, Von Krolock said:

Her sister was fitter .

And had a reputation for being a bit of a goer.

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There is a definite connection between the inhabitants of Sheppey and the royal family strangely. Both have been subject to centuries of interbreeding. Although I don't think any of the royal family have webbed feet.

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17 minutes ago, AntA said:

There is a definite connection between the inhabitants of Sheppey and the royal family strangely. Both have been subject to centuries of interbreeding. Although I don't think any of the royal family have webbed feet.

Think about it, have you ever seen a picture of the Queen with no shoes on?

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10 minutes ago, wHIZZY said:

Think about it, have you ever seen a picture of the Queen with no shoes on?

Blimey, you're right..

webbed-toes.jpg

Panic over, I just found this.

1939-elizabethii-swimming-1527018300.jpg

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B.t.w. folks, The Crown on Netflix is actually very good. I haven't seen a better playing of the royals than on this. When you see older dramas that at the time seemed well played they now look quite cringy next to this. It also seems to give an insight into the Crown machinery operating at the times depicted, which I found quite fascinating. It also added to my view of sympathy, respect and gratitude towards those who are thrust into the key roles and all their pressures and restrictions, with little choice but to do it. I didn't think I'd enjoy a royal family drama but honestly The Crown is really good. Can vouch for season one anyway.

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