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  • Ray
  • Not in United States
  • 12 Jun 2017, 00:55
Wandered of the set of Black Adder a few years ago, and just found by you!

There might be a reward, Chris.
Chris: Ghosts of the past Ray: medical services back in the days of the Great War..
With a nice pipe...
Chris: I used to love smoking a pipe. One day I might go back to it..
Shame that you felt a full view of nurse Nightingale was not relevant.
Chris: I very much regret to say I was so determined to capture the officer with the pipe that I inadvertently chopped the nurse in half..
So authentic-looking, Chris, he could be a statue!
Chris: Or a ghost of the Great War - of which Hollandshire played no part - Ginnie
  • Astrid
  • Netherlands
  • 12 Jun 2017, 06:45
He sure looks like the real deal here, Chris. It looks like he is looking for new men in his army.
hmmmmm I noticed that Comrade Trim wakes up when it comes to 'women', first I saw him at Chad's post with the naked lady on the Rooster and now he made a comment that you 'cut-off' his view on Nurse Nightingale..... and normally he is nowhere to be seen or heard from...(just an observation wink )
Chris: Your observation is an acute one Astrid. By assembling the facts gleaned by your observations, and my having recently spent time with him, I think we can fairly deduce that Master Trim is a SEX MAD idiot
  • Philine
  • Germany
  • 12 Jun 2017, 07:12
Oh, the English re-enactements! Thge officer might feel to embody the past glory of the British Empire.
Chris: Well in a way I suppose Philine but it was more about the medical services than anything else
  • Alan
  • Great Britain (UK)
  • 12 Jun 2017, 07:36
I wonder if anyone has told the Army officer that the Great War has ended? (Well, has it ended? We always seem to be fighting with someone somewhere). Did you ask the nurse to attend to your parts?
Chris: I didn't ask her because I had inadvertently sliced her in half..
This is like First World War stuff Tiff.
Chris: It is precisely that thing Chad
I can't imagine there were many daffodils in the trenches
Chris: I put them there as an apology for chopping Nursie in half..
I like this, Chris. I like the contrast of his uniform against the modern clothes.Though the lady on the right would match him.
Chris: You're quite right about the clothes Frank, a century's difference
  • Louis
  • South Africa
  • 12 Jun 2017, 11:33
Still trying to work out, how one can be sex mad and an idiot at the same time.
Chris: I take your point Louis..
Yet another re-enactment in the streets of Bath I presume Chris.
Chris: In Queen Square Brian
The officer has blood on his coat - how authentic is that!
Chris: Heck - so he has!
  • Anne
  • United Kingdom
  • 12 Jun 2017, 15:11
Certainly looking the part!
Chris: The even was helped by the Natural Theatre Company
And a gentleman, we hope!
Chris: No doubt about that Tom
A pretty nurse is almost selling poppies from a tray... in the almost-lane...

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