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Per Adua ad Astra - innit?

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Andy Capp is British? Wow, you learn something every day.
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Andy Capp is British? Wow, you learn something every day.

You're kidding, right?
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Nope. Never made the correlation. :embarrased:
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Nope. Never made the correlation. :embarrased:

Andy Capp is the archetype of the wee Geordie bowdikite!
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Really? Well then you should see my comment re: Pepe Le Pew over in the French thread.
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Really? Well then you should see my comment re: Pepe Le Pew over in the French thread.

I can imagine. Pepe is American, and "Pepe" isn't even a French diminutive!
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The comic is named "Andy Capp, Our English Cousin."
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the zombies
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The Zombies? Well no one told me about them...

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