04 October 2003 14:47
Rabiits and large holes
Saintly investigations lead us to believe that the large holes appearing
about town are actually landfill sites created by this monstrous rabbit Harvey
for the RT's emty beer cans!
05 October 2003 08:18
Nonsense, the RT wouldn't lay a paw/hoof/appendage on the canned rubbish
(although I suppose Soupie might have a few thousand empty Plymouth Gin
06 October 2003 14:19
Presumably locals not liking this idea would be Knockers?
06 October 2003 15:25
08 October 2003 09:14
Is that the American influence in Cornwall?
08 October 2003 09:49
Well, I did try Bond Street first but they said bespoke or not they didn't do
DJ's for hedgehogs, sheep, etc.
09 October 2003 13:21
This expalins the Oussama Bin Hedgehog posters seen on the only working lampost in carbolic bay. Of course, if you get them phase two this yeaar it could help with the ems next year (Saintly personages excluded) - Did your X team turn up?
09 October 2003 17:25
Pah! If the RT had a serious agenda against humanity they would have done
more than persecute me and con the gullible into a one-way ticket to hell!
10 October 2003 09:05
They seek him here they seek him there they seek the saintly chap everywhere. Will the RT find him if they seek high and low the wonderful saintly Winwaloe!!
10 October 2003 09:39
Weren't you that wino they saw in Penzance bus station last week?
He sure talked a lot like you (although admittedly he could see Harvey so maybe he was just a Winwaloe-wannabe!).
Anyway, once he realised he really was talking to blue hedgehogs he dropped the bottle of meths and checked into The Priory so hopefully it all ended happily.
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