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Don't forget Benidorm...

Classic British "Split your sides!" Comedy. Thanks Lasbar the memory just made me laugh
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Ah, a Dutch connection
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We want the highs Gentlemen, not the lows.
The highs: google for english/british spanking The lows:
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Nobody has mentioned Peckham's finest:

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Ah, a Dutch connection

British club...

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Nobody has mentioned Peckham's finest:
Post some shoe stuff Bengal.
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Takes a good hunter to see the diff between those kinds of mammals.

The nice thing about a double rifle is that you don't have to reload if both are charging you.
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Things got interesting in here. Fast.

I meant clothing wise.
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Speaking of Beryl Reid:

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Things got interesting in here. Fast. I meant clothing wise.
Well, to understand British style, we have to put it into context. Hence all the other stuff.
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Speaking of Beryl Reid:
You like Beryl Reid?
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Well, to understand British style, we have to put it into context. Hence all the other stuff.

Understood. I think.
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Understood. I think.
Don't worry, you'll get loads more clothes pictures to feast your eyes on.
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Hopefully.
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