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Goodbye to Greconville Tale 74

Oscar had been mulling over some old sale catalogues and had made a surprising discovery.

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Oscar had been mulling over some old sale catalogues and had made a surprising discovery.
"You remember all that oak stuff that we bought from Mr Trumpington some years back? That was before we realised that he wasn't very nice " he added hastily. They would have no dealing with him these days. "He told us it had come from the west country - west country indeed! That stuff was just down the road, practically on our doorstep. Silly us for not checking. We would have saved ourselves a pretty penny if we had. "Can't win every time " said Bryan calmly, "Be glad for what you have - and quite honestly, no-one in Greconville seems to lack anything. Whatnots are are stuffed to overflowing, dressers drip Danish Copenhagen, there is not one woman suffering from Very Close Veins, all their legs are well-wrapped. complete Utopia!" "But if everyone has everything, what are we supposed to collect and sell?"wailed Oscar. "Ah" said Bryan gloomily, "You have a point there".
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4 Comments

Badger
1:51 PM on March 17, 2017 
Zoe H says...
LOL.

(They should stand those flowers in the yum of water if they stay much longer.)

LOL. They need to empty the water out when they go. It is a drowning hazard for birdies!
Edel
5:59 AM on March 17, 2017 
"Very Close Veins" and "well-wrapped legs" :-)
LOL
Zoe H
4:26 AM on March 17, 2017 
LOL.

(They should stand those flowers in the yum of water if they stay much longer.)
lallyp
11:29 AM on March 16, 2017 
Indeed! Maybe find another career?

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