I love well-written dialogue. Nicely done.
a bit of the "local" flavor in your take I see. To tell you the truth, I don't think I want to go to "bury" any time soon, be it the UK or otherwise! Nicely played, dear Doctor!
they know their plots! too much risk nowadays!thanks.
Like the script, well done.
Perdon me if I groan? LOL :)
Or better still, pardon me. It's these strange glasses we are sharing that blur the vision...
I think I know that guy ;)
The dead centre of town?
way too funny.
Good for her! She's decided not to settle. And really, who can blame her? LOL I'm afraid I'd turn him down as well...although I do appreciate the occasional walk through a graveyard (in broad daylight, with lots of other breathing folks about). :)
I've heard that term, such as "Bury St. Edmonds" -- what does it mean?It sure fit perfectly here!
This made me giggle. Love it.
Actually the best market in the country and one of the genuine oldest. but quite a funny joke!!
Gerry Snape . . you know Bury Market? I lived in Bury my first 23 yrs.I remember the market well. Visited in 2007 after many, many years. Much changed . . bigger and better. Stocked up with Black Pudding! Yummmmy!
Very drole LOL! :O)
Do they bury people in Bury? When we lived in Newfoundland we visited a place called "Petty Harbour"...and joked about all the petty people who lived there--and the petty cash they carried around and the Petty Officers working there...Great MM this week. Cheers!
She wouldn't be seen dead in bury. Well done Doctor.
What was he thinking??? Great one. :O)
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