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Re: Stanley Howler Stamp Journal

Postby steeljam » Fri May 15, 2020 10:44 pm

Squigglyx wrote::bounce:
Luckily I had been re-reading Wee Free Men just a couple of days earlier.
Thanks Steve
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I that case you are disqualified :D
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Re: Stanley Howler Stamp Journal

Postby dried_frog » Sat May 16, 2020 08:14 am

Congratulations for your speed, Squigglyx! :thumbr:

I haven't reread The Wee free men for a while ... but since I convinced my nieces and my mother to read this series (and they love it!) I remembered this detail ... But I I had to quickly go back into these books to find in which exactly there was the reference to the jolly sailor and the naked lady ...
And I almost lost my sight to find where it was hidden on the label! :lol:

And many thanks to you, Steve, for this competition which gave us a little adrenaline rush, and which gave us an interesting memory game motivation in these 'interesting times'! :D
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Re: Stanley Howler Stamp Journal

Postby steeljam » Mon Sep 07, 2020 08:58 pm

The choice for the 500th stamp was inspirational.
A stamp featuring the home of the Gods, Cori Celestri.
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Re: Stanley Howler Stamp Journal

Postby Squigglyx » Mon Sep 07, 2020 09:21 pm

steeljam wrote:The choice for the 500th stamp was inspirational.
A stamp featuring the home of the Gods, Cori Celestri.
http://www.stanleyhowlerjournal.co.uk/


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Wow, where can I get the animated one to put in my album :)
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Nice one Steeljam :thumbl:
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Re: Stanley Howler Stamp Journal

Postby phalarope » Tue Sep 08, 2020 02:07 pm

Squigglyx wrote:
steeljam wrote:The choice for the 500th stamp was inspirational.
A stamp featuring the home of the Gods, Cori Celestri.
http://www.stanleyhowlerjournal.co.uk/


:shock:
Wow, where can I get the animated one to put in my album :)
:shock:
Nice one Steeljam :thumbl:

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