Video clip Rating: five / five
Tags: 1940s, Chatham, Days, ENGLAND, FOUR, Kent, Part
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Still enjoying these vids!
Hi Steamer! Hope you are having a happy Tuesday! Yes that was a strange dish-thingy! We were wondering what you would use it for. They had a lot of strange things at the market place but we didn’t buy anything – * SMILES * Robie and Christopher
Scottish music always makes me want to wear a kilt and run around Edinburgh screaming “Freedom!” — which is pretty much what I do every Saturday night anyway! Hope you are having a happy Tuesday! C & R
He was only pretending to be a priest… that guy wears that same outfit to the local pub in town when they have “Tranny nights” C & R
They were being unfriendly toward us on the day because they were behaving like authentic 1940s people — back then they hunted homos with horses and hounds and when they caught them… they roasted them in a big pot and then ate them for dinner because homos are sweet! C & R
thanks for this video..
mouth guard for a …big big man…is what that ..half circle dish was
Well, what a lovely, cheery meeting of minds! Enjoyed the 1940s days thoroughly! Now I am going to go off and listen to some rousing Scottish ditties!!!! Hugs!!!!
You guys dress very nicely on Saturday nights.
Bah! A priest. I thought it was something interesting.
Love the bikes!
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