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That shopping list seems to belong to the days when shops and streets looked like this. Denman Street, Radford, in the late 40s.

Used to think my 'Granville Bike' was a pulling machine Jill,......when i was 15 and working at Marsdens on Bestwood Estate,...i was in love with a girl called 'Dolly' and often gave her a lift in me

been skint...........been flushed.......been in-between..........been sad......been happy.........not been the best..........not been the worst Lived it..........done it..........not clever......

Well done Will.............over the years Forest had a few Channel Islanders play for them,,,ones i recall are ,,obviously Bill Whare,,,then there was Geoff Vowden,,the Farmer bros i think?,,Ron and Bill,,and Flip le flem..sure there were others,,,brain not fully awake yet,,,

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Been 'Waxing Lyrical'' this lovely morning...with my Coffee on the Garden............Watching a man cut my grass and waiting for another to do some digging in my borders.......since my OP I have a problem with one shoulder that slopes away..so cant dig or lift owt heavy.......so just ;Waxing' about only a short time ago when it was all no problem........and this song says alot............can still Cycle though....off on it now....

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Just felt like a bit of ''Waxing Lyrical''.........and what better than doing it to this...........never will forget the 'Lady's in Red''

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18 hours ago, benjamin1945 said:

Just felt like a bit of ''Waxing Lyrical''.........and what better than doing it to this...........never will forget the 'Lady's in Red''

 

My husband dedicated this song to me on the radio for our anniversary.

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Thats lovely Nonna.........beautiful words......

 

I dedicated it to a few aswell............:rolleyes:

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I have some real funny memories \of my 'Lady's' in 'Red Dresses''

Upstairs at the Highbury Pub in Bulwell at a family Party in the late 60s........an Aunt and Uncle had a trifle fight while Dancing...my Ex always liked making an Entrance'' and entered the room in her brand new long 'Red Dress'' just after the ''Trifle fight''...........dead funny....she shot across the room on her 'ASS' crashing into 'Grandma's' table as she supped her 'Guiness''

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Red is a colour I never wear. I'm foul tempered if I do.

 

I did once have a bright red maxi dress in the 70s. Wore it to a family silver wedding celebration in 1976 at The Commodore. Fell out with everyone, including my own shadow that night.  Had an identical dress in light blue. Loved that one to bits! Just something about red that makes me...see red!

 

One of my favourites was the silver lame, halter neck catsuit I bought in the mid 70s.  Out one evening in that and needed the loo. Zip at the back jammed!! :blink:. Oh dear!

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For reasons I can't explain, I absolutely can't abide red shoes

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Brew, did it somehow upset you when Dorothy clicked her ‘ruby slippers’ together in Wizard of Oz? :P

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3 hours ago, MargieH said:

Brew, did it somehow upset you when Dorothy clicked her ‘ruby slippers’ together in Wizard of Oz? :P

It must have been something traumatic in my past but I don't think Dorothy is to blame.

 

Like CF though, if a lady was wearing only red shoes i might make an exception!    :wub:

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