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BARELY A CUSTOMER

BARELY A CUSTOMER



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Probably doesn't require much in the way of nutrition...
Chris: Very little..
He just should be a good customer Chris... he brought his purse along with him....petersmile
Chris: Actually that looks like a sporran!
  • Philine
  • Germany
  • 2 Mar 2014, 07:52
I read 'Bacon Baps' -are we in Droitwich? Oh, I remember you to have mentioned your eco-friendly market - and I think that the skeleton is advertising for healthy food. What is there hanging below his bottom? The seller looks well fed up.
Chris: This is Bath Antiques & Vintage Fair held every Sunday at Green Park in Bath Philine. The stall holder looks justifiably fed up and the thing dangling between the skeleton's legs is, from the look of it, a Scottish sporran
  • Alan
  • United Kingdom
  • 2 Mar 2014, 08:08
A lesson in what happens if you don't have the occasional bacon roll, cream tea and a bit of fruitcake - oh.. and some lamb. .
Chris: Very much so - nutrition took the great W j Phillips to the exalted position he now occupies
  • Richard T
  • Suffolk: where the sun rises first in England
  • 2 Mar 2014, 08:12
Some say that you have the bare bones of a good photograph here.
Chris: I am glad you think so: now grab your camera and get out there lurking in the mean streets of Suffolk!
A Scottish skeleton, perhaps a comment on Alex Salmond's chances of being the next king of Scotland.

Incidentally Salmond is, apparently, a Hearts supporter. His team are bottom of the Scottish Premiership some 20 points behind the team immediately above them. So he is a loser all round
Chris: It seems you share my opinion of him: irritating beyond words..
I love the look on the vendor's face. Perhaps if you have the chance again, you could have a companion dance with the skeleton just to get a picture of the vendor's face.

What is a bacon bap? I did have to inquire about a buttie many years ago.
Chris: A bap is simply a large roll Mary
  • blackdog
  • United Kingdom
  • 2 Mar 2014, 09:42
Oh dear - he was in such fear of Richard Trim catching him in mid bite he just wasted away.
Chris: Would anyone seriously wish to be celebrated by R Trim - possibly not
  • Penny
  • United Kingdom
  • 2 Mar 2014, 14:46
Glad to know it's an ethically sourced skeleton. I expect the flesh was eaten by morally upright cannibals who like to know that they're getting a good organic meal....
Or this could be a dire warning of how thin you'll get if you're a vegan for too long (apologies to all my vegan friends!). Or perhaps it's only Scottish vegans.
Chris: I could never be a vegan any more that you could Penny. For if we were we couldn't have the delicious rat & rabbit curry I've promised you later this year when you're next in Somerset
Bacon baps and a Skinny Mac.
Chris: Comin' up sir!
  • Anne
  • United Kingdom
  • 2 Mar 2014, 18:47
That skeleton certainly needs feeding up
Chris: You are right Anne, we should send it to the Clent Hills for some of those wonderful bacon treats
He's an art lover too...
Chris: We all are Larry
  • Ray
  • Singapore, Singapore
  • 2 Mar 2014, 22:56
...took dieting a little too seriously...
Chris: Then let this be as a terrible warning to us all..

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