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December 10, 2007

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Mike Field

"Pony Off A Lemon" is a great story. Thanks for sharing it.

And I couldn't help noticing that while Kenneth Grahame's surname is spelt the Scottish way, you've spelled it the English way by omitting the final E. I'm not sure that he'd be too pleased....

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I have a mini yacht and would like to name it "Just an arm" but I am looking for unique spelling options.?
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Great story , thanks to share it
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ron

still a practice going on. I am on the internet looking up cockney boat names to name a 70ft canal boat that i live on between camden-bow (i move about)

slang phrase or slang word. gertcha is winning so far. (see chas and dave)

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