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My sherry amour

  Sun 23rd December 2012

Looby wishes all those in search of Nazi sex or pictures
of schoolgirls in their underwear, lurkers, readers, bailiffs,
and especially, commenters, a very Merry Christmas.


Comment from: furtheron [Visitor]

All the very best to you and youre too!

Mon 24th December 2012 @ 09:20
Comment from: [Member]

If I didn’t know better I’d think you’d started on the sauce already :) Happy Christmas to you Mr F and hope you all have a lovely time.

Mon 24th December 2012 @ 10:45
Comment from: [Member]

thanks for the visual aid! we’ve got a blizzard on the way and i needed inspiration for my next snow creation! merry christmas to you!

Tue 25th December 2012 @ 22:27

Merry Christmas, sir. You can’t really tell the gender of the one bent over. Assume it’s a snowgal but it really could go either way.

Wed 26th December 2012 @ 11:53

Do you know Snowgirl by Haircut 100? I don’t think this is what Nick Heyward had in mind when he wrote the song.

Wed 26th December 2012 @ 11:54
Comment from: [Member]

DF: Thanks–a friend did this when they were on the lash in Morecambe one night (well, very early morning). I think it’s a masterpiece of public art, commenting subtletly on the transient nature of interpersonal contact in a time in which sexual postmodernisms create new configurations (cont. p.94)

UB: No exactly, it can appeal to all, young and old, straight, bent or wobbly.

Not familiar with that song but my few memories of Haircut 100 are not good ones.

Wed 26th December 2012 @ 15:06

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