Wolrams tea party

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Gentle men put on your best bib and tucker, laddies ware your best glad rags,
it is best you do not wear long skirts, "24 inches above the knee would be
best", On arrival at the gate old ned, " a wanted footpad who arrived at our cott one rainy nigh", and we took in for charity", will guide you the five mile walk, to
our humble abode, on your journey you may note the bubbling brook, the weeping
willows and the gorse full of bloom, on arrival at our cott, you will be greeted by
mama, pater myself, benji, " my redsetter cross wolfhound", and wol, my pet
ram , i will be serving cucumber sandwiches, scones with cream and preserves
to delight you, teas from around the globe, and pastries that make your taste
buds dance.
After your repast, crude entertainment will be provided, pater, on his jews harp and me with my lute. and after that anything goes.
 
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I'll bring the Pimms, old chap.
 

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brewnog said:
I'll bring the Pimms, old chap.
Well if you do, you can drink it in the barn :biggrin: this is a refined tea
party, and not for any old riff raff :biggrin: i will join you when my guests
have retired for the night :devil:
 
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What a splendid event! I'd give my right arm to be there. Of course that would make tea drinking a struggle because I am right handed.
1,200 thousand miles of land, and a rather large ocean, stand between me and my acceptance, sorry, perhaps another time.
 

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hypatia said:
What a splendid event! I'd give my right arm to be there. Of course that would make tea drinking a struggle because I am right handed.
1,200 thousand miles of land, and a rather large ocean, stand between me and my acceptance, sorry, perhaps another time.
A minor complication, that could easily be overcome, i could send old ned
to pick you up.
 

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Sounds wonderful wolram, count me in!!! :approve:

Pet ram, huh? :tongue:

Can I have a cucumber sandwich now? :shy:
 

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Tea party... hum. Y'know, I have been told that I also make excellent blueberry scones. :)

Zz.
 

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Evo said:
Sounds wonderful wolram, count me in!!! :approve:

Pet ram, huh? :tongue:

Can I have a cucumber sandwich now? :shy:
NO you cannot it will spoil your tea, i cant wait to see you, and oh boy how
you will be indulged, i may even open a bottle of sherry, toward nights end.
 

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ZapperZ said:
Tea party... hum. Y'know, I have been told that I also make excellent blueberry scones. :)

Zz.
I will send old ned to fetch you, i fear that you will have to cook on our ancient
aga, but blueberry scones are to good to miss.
 
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it is best you do not wear long skirts, "24 inches above the knee would be
best", On arrival at the gate old ned, " a wanted footpad who arrived at our cott one rainy nigh", and we took in for charity", will guide you the five mile walk,
you know if you add 4 inch high heels you'd have the making of a great horror story.

But yes, send Ned 'round to fetch me, I'll be ready and waiting.
 

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wolram said:
NO you cannot it will spoil your tea, i cant wait to see you, and oh boy how
you will be indulged,
I could use some indulging right now. :shy:

i may even open a bottle of sherry, toward nights end.
I love sherry. Sounds perfect.

May I have a spot of tea now, please?
 

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Evo said:
I could use some indulging right now. :shy:

I love sherry. Sounds perfect.

May I have a spot of tea now, please?
well seeing as it is you, oh , how i love to spoil people, you can have a cup.
 

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Please don't tempt me with sherry.

I'd better stick to tea. Strong, with a dash of milk, please, good sir.
 

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wolram said:
well seeing as it is you, oh , how i love to spoil people, you can have a cup.
Mmmmmm, thank you, I needed it since I just woke up a bit ago.

I had to look up Aga, I see it's a range, I wasn't familiar with them. I hope Zz doesn't burn the scones.
 

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hypatia said:
you know if you add 4 inch high heels you'd have the making of a great horror story.

But yes, send Ned 'round to fetch me, I'll be ready and waiting.
Oh how jolly, i have rooms full of antiquities, and i promise to keep great uncle
igor locked up, you will be enthralled with my etchings.
 

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Evo said:
Mmmmmm, thank you, I needed it since I just woke up a bit ago.

I had to look up Aga, I see it's a range, I wasn't familiar with them. I hope Zz doesn't burn the scones.
Well if he does he will be in my black book, but i doubt such a maestro could
perform to such depths.
 

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Evo said:
Mmmmmm, thank you, I needed it since I just woke up a bit ago.

I had to look up Aga, I see it's a range, I wasn't familiar with them. I hope Zz doesn't burn the scones.

Scones, or scones?



Wait a minute, they sound different, but look the same?!! When did that happen?!
 
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I could be lost for hours in rooms of antiques..and your etchings would most likey require a private viewing. :blushing:
 

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My lady, anything can be arranged, at wolrams cott, maybe even a nocturnal
sherry, when all have retired.
 

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wolram said:
it is best you do not wear long skirts, "24 inches above the knee would be
best",
24 inches ABOVE the knee? I guess a crop-top shirt that shows my belly-button counts as a dress in your neck of the woods. :eek: :bugeye: :eek: I'm in. :devil:

Can I still wear a fancy hat and gloves? I'm still deciding upon the best combination of foliage and woodland creatures to guild and place atop my hat. What's the proper thing for tea parties nowadays? Must I wear white gloves? The tea and jam stains are so dreadfully difficult to remove. I'd prefer ones more colourful (see, spelled that proper British-like and everything). :biggrin:
 

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24 inches ABOVE the knee? I guess a crop-top shirt that shows my belly-button counts as a dress in your neck of the woods. :eek: :bugeye: :eek: I'm in. :devil:

Can I still wear a fancy hat and gloves? I'm still deciding upon the best combination of foliage and woodland creatures to guild and place atop my hat. What's the proper thing for tea parties nowadays? Must I wear white gloves? The tea and jam stains are so dreadfully difficult to remove. I'd prefer ones more colourful (see, spelled that proper British-like and everything). :biggrin:
Well the pagan decoration is green willow, white gloves are only for the gentry
and your belly button is for me :devil:
 
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Amice,

what a delightful prospect, the contessa and I are elated. She desires to bring the tiramisu. James has already prepared the diligence (no, the coach, you uneducated), although we have to be careful with the stallion. It’s the season, you know. The esquire desires to RSVP, unfortunately, c’est la jeunesse.

And concerning belly buttons, parbleu! honi soit qui mal y pense.
 

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On the following morn, for all that have not partaken of the evil spirt
we can dance around the maypole, with gaity for the new dawn, and
then leave me, to Brewenog for a right royal p----u--
 

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wolram said:
On the following morn, for all that have not partaken of the evil spirt
we can dance around the maypole, with gaity for the new dawn, and
then leave me, to Brewenog for a right royal p----u--

Woo woo! :smile:
 

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