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08 Apr 2019 03:07 AM  

Harrr .. Love it

 

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You Tell 'em Ross  !

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08 Apr 2019 06:53 PM  

This whole thread has me dazed and confused. Is this an English tradition of some sort? Is this the proverbial "haystack" for the needle to be found? Is that a rabbit that I see at the top of the stack? Is he pinned to the cross?? What is this all about? Please help?

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08 Apr 2019 07:28 PM  
You will have to forgive us Mick ...................we keep forgetting you have no history that side of the Pond !! LOL
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08 Apr 2019 08:48 PM  
Posted By Mick G on 08 Apr 2019 06:53 PM

This whole thread has me dazed and confused. Is this an English tradition of some sort? Is this the proverbial "haystack" for the needle to be found? Is that a rabbit that I see at the top of the stack? Is he pinned to the cross?? What is this all about? Please help?


Google 'Guy Fawkes' and 'Bonfire night'.

However, Lummox may well have spotted an enamel up there and is in full pursuit 

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09 Apr 2019 02:21 AM  
Thanks for that Jimbo, still I had never heard of this event up until just now. We have something here on Oct 31st called Halloween, some people light fireworks, but it sounds quite differant than this !
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