Unlikely Lines to Read in a Biggles Book

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Re: Unlikely Lines to Read in a Biggles Book

Post by Fairblue » Fri Oct 12, 2018 10:47 am

Postby id_ten_it » 16 Sep 2018, 12:24
Indian Civil Service wrote:
kylie_koyote wrote:
RAF roundels, stitched together?

Naturally! Or the flags of all the countries they'd been to...

Awkward if he went to Nepal :lol:
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Re: Unlikely Lines to Read in a Biggles Book

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Postby Kismet » 16 Sep 2018, 12:51
id_ten_it wrote:
Awkward if he went to Nepal :lol:

I suppose it could finish the scarf if you fastened it points down as the last flag. It would give the scarf a hippy feel. If I could crochet, I'd give it a go! A scarf of crocheted flags would be quite striking.
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Re: Unlikely Lines to Read in a Biggles Book

Post by Fairblue » Fri Oct 12, 2018 10:49 am

Postby Tommy Smith » 17 Sep 2018, 18:21

The clock on the mantlepiece struck three. Dust motes sparkled in the sunlight from the windows. The flat was silent save for the ticking of clocks.
Mrs Symes smoothed her apron and picked up her duster, she was going to dust the place thoroughly. Opening the door to Biggles bedroom she knelt by the bed and pulled a small case out from underneath. Releasing the clasps she paused briefly taking in the sight before her then solemnly placed the tiara on her head. If she was going to dust, she would do it in style.
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Re: Unlikely Lines to Read in a Biggles Book

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Postby Indian Civil Service » 17 Sep 2018, 20:38

Biggles stared at Mrs Symes in exasperation.
"But I WANT that goblet on that stand!" he argued. "Miss Janis and the Hauptmann will be so pleased."
"No, Major," was the firm reply. "There's not going to be any nasty bits of glass in any room where there's cushions and pillows being thrown about."
"And I thought they were called throw pillows," murmured Bertie sotto voce.
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Re: Unlikely Lines to Read in a Biggles Book

Post by elderlyfemalerelati1 » Wed Dec 12, 2018 8:20 pm

"One day" said Algy thoughfully "there'll be a whole web site just about us. They'll invent stories and discuss all our lives and adventures"
Biggles looked at him in alarm. Have you been at the brandy again?" he said coldly.

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