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PostSubject: Bally Books.   May 3rd 2010, 9:39 am





Oh no! All of the books were on their way to the new library and the delivery truck got into an accident! It looks like the characters are all messed up! Write a poem that puts some of your favorite characters back into the wrong story(ies)!




Bally Books

Bertie Wooster scraped some Elephant poo from his shoe
“I say Jeeves this bally jungle is blasted awful, what’s a fellow to do?
Precisely sir, we appear surrounded by screaming apes of some kind
I have taken the liberty of putting out your explorer kit I think you’ll find.

Oh bother, I was rather hoping to get in a few games of polo today
But with all these flies, and this horrid mud it’s no way Jose, I say
Excuse me Sir but there is a Mr. Sheer khan at the tent door
He expresses a wish to take you out for lunch at half past four.
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Great Scott Jeeves, now we’re were back in London I think
Perhaps I can get to polo or even the ice rink?
Unfortunately not Sir I’ve just spoken to a Mr. M
He’s sending us on a mission to hell and back again.

He advised me that our chances of survival are err.. Well there aren’t any
And his secretary sends a kiss to you, I think her name was Monypenny
I say Jeeves this is a rum ta-doo, at least we have a Bentley and a Bollinger or two
Can’t you get me out of this? I mean what’s a fellow to do?
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Oh crikey Jeeves where are we now? This is really out of order
Apparently Sir we have a ring to deliver, the destination? Mordor
Not Bally likely Jeeves old boy, can’t you send it in the post?
I’m hot and tired and would prefer a weekend on the coast.

Dr Fogg.

Copyright ©2010. HW Harborne





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PostSubject: Re: Bally Books.   May 3rd 2010, 10:39 am

Foggy, I loved this! You have such a way to write things.
Beautifully done! EXALT I owe you my friend! You made me
chuckle. What a hoot!
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PostSubject: Re: Bally Books.   May 3rd 2010, 3:30 pm

What ho!
Brilliant! You have made me smile on a Monday!
I love Wooster and Jeeves
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PostSubject: Re: Bally Books.   May 3rd 2010, 7:43 pm

Clever, witty and very Foggy. Just what's needed to cheer things up Smile. I loved this and the idea of books getting mixed up lol ... great write Fogster, loved it Smile xxxxKerry xx I love you


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PostSubject: Re: Bally Books.   May 3rd 2010, 8:08 pm

*chuckles* glad to see someone enjoyed my prompt. Nicely done, Foggy, I hadn't thought of Mordor but I suppose the possibilities are endless for this one. Cavalry
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PostSubject: Re: Bally Books.   May 4th 2010, 3:58 am

Jamie wrote:
*chuckles* glad to see someone enjoyed my prompt. Nicely done, Foggy, I hadn't thought of Mordor but I suppose the possibilities are endless for this one. Cavalry

Jamie, its a great prompt, I could write em by the dozen, Another good prompt would be a drunken film editor mixes up all the clips off the cutting room floor. Mary Poppins meets The Gladiator. Jack sparrow in Wuthering heights or Ghandi starring in the Godfather.





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