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Date: Feb 19 10:12 PM, 2009
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Mrs P wrote:
I love the cornish humour and understand it perfectly.biggrin

I love it too, I've often thought Winston felt exactly the same as well. smile



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Date: Feb 16 3:37 PM, 2009
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Hiya Greg,

 Thank you for the hello, and the lickle bit of cornish humourbiggrin having holidayed in ""Paradise for the past 28 years, sometimes 3 times a year I love the cornish humour and understand it perfectly.biggrin

Take Care

Mrs Pbiggrin 

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Date: Feb 13 5:54 PM, 2009
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Welcome aboard Mrs. P !

Nuthin' like Poldark is there ? wink

Nice joke on the other forum (Language - Cornish Humour)seems to sum it all up really biggrin

Visitor:"How do you do?"
Local: "'ow be 'e, yerself?"
Visitor: Isn't it a lovely day?"
Local: "I s'pose it be."
Visitor: "This is a lovely place to live."
Local: "Ayse."
Visitor: "Have you lived here all your life?"
Local: "Not yet, me 'ansome."


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Date: Feb 13 4:50 PM, 2009
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 Hello All,

Been driven to posting as I'm driving my hubby mad about Poldarkbiggrin Absolutley delighted that the series is being shown on UKTVHistory.smile

It hasn't dated one little bit, supurb acting and looks like it was only made yesterday' Love it, just love it!!biggrin

Mrs Pxx



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