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the joys of English

by jonah jones / December 14, 2008 1:07 AM PST
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New sign on their house, no doubt:
by drpruner / December 14, 2008 1:59 AM PST
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Got leeks?

For a Yank, the whole country is funny:
River Frome
Ilminster (wouldn't want to worship there!)
Maud (living with Jack and Jen?)
Tatworth in South Chard (Not leeking, I hope)
Isle Brewers (now that's flooding- converts Somerset to an isle!)
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I'm not sure if it
by Angeline Booher / December 15, 2008 12:08 AM PST
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..... referred to the vegetable or blood-suckers. Happy

In the 7th photo it looks like they also have their drivers who think they can make it through high warer.

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I'm embarassed to say that I had to read the caption twice.
by Ziks511 / December 15, 2008 8:10 AM PST
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It's a truly great picture, a life preserver in a garden !? And all the paraphernalia. Apparently they've been fertilizing the leeks with iron if the metal detector is to detect them.


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