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Droitwich Friday

Droitwich Friday

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  • Ray
  • Thailand
  • 5 Sep 2014, 01:04
Lovely Coat of Wursts, Chad...I expect Bill will have it embroidered on the breastpocket of all his shirts from now on.
Chad: I expect that to be the least he should do Ray.
i like the rain drops motif on the shield. what an effort, Chad. i wonder how many chuckles you had while you were creating this. grin
Chad: You are spot on Ayush, I had great trouble containing myself.
i love it Chad... a lot... and i'm still laughing....petersmile
Chad: It's good to laugh Peter, laugh away, my pleasure.
  • Astrid
  • Netherlands
  • 5 Sep 2014, 05:03
A day not laughed is a day not lived.... What a way to start the day. This is a likey for me, a keeper smile
Chad: Thank you so much Astrid. I'm pleased that it meets with your approval.
Your creativity at work again Chad!
Chad: One just can't help oneself E.
Thank you for this early morning loud laugh Chad! I love it.
Chad: Laughter is not a bad way to begin a day Richard, thank you.
LOL. Oh yes. Definitely a keeper, Chad. grin
Chad: Thank you Ginnie, I'm so glad you like it.
  • Philine
  • Germany
  • 5 Sep 2014, 07:20
A wonderful, genious creation of Bill's coat of arms!!! - I miss only the jewels of Joseph. Let's hope that Droitwich remains a part of Great Britain!
Chad: Now that would be an interseting addition Philine. I will fight tooth and nail to maintain the link between England and Droitwich.
  • Lisl
  • England
  • 5 Sep 2014, 07:31
You are just so clever, Chad
Chad: Don't make me blush...pleeeeease, but thank you Lisl.
  • Chris
  • England
  • 5 Sep 2014, 07:37
I am very pleased to see this fine shield of honour Chad, it says everything we need to know about Droitwich, and also W J Phillips (no relation)
Chad: Thank you Tiff. I regard this as a honour to the person you mentioned in your comment.
Well I have started my day with a laugh....great stuff Ridge
Chad: I am glad you enjoyed this Bill, I sniggered a lot during its construction as you can imagine.
  • blackdog
  • This Sceptred Isle
  • 5 Sep 2014, 09:57
This is a fine piece of creativity. I am so pleased that 3 years of art education weren't wasted on you. The massed clouds over downpour is excellent. Sorry to see that salt didn't feature - unless of course that barge is carrying a heavy load of this condiment to whet the jaded palates of Southern mouths.

Did you know that French slang for an umbrella used to be a Robinson?
Chad: I did not know that Mike, but thank you for your informed comment. Yes, the barge IS carrying salt - a must of course, just difficult to show it.
You can be sure Bill loves his shield. If the sausages were edible you might have to repair the shield - over and over again.
Chad: Well that might be fun Mary.
Brilliant work, Chad. This one is a winner!
Chad: Oh thank you Beverly, only the best for Bill.
And how many other towns have asked you to design their coats of arms? I'm sure Bill will be happy to adopt this for his family smile Could hardly make out a word the guy was "singing".
Chad: I am waiting for the phone to begin ringing Tom, I just hope that I can cope with the anticipated demand.
Having spent a fortune at the supermarket today this has come as a real cheering up tonic, my only fear is that you seem to have included a coffin in the centre of the picture.
Chad: Well that is very good news Brian, thank you.
So creative, Chad.
Chad: So kind Pauline.
A fine and fitting composition Chad.
Chad: He deserves only the best Fred.
  • Anne
  • United Kingdom
  • 5 Sep 2014, 19:45
As I have just commented to Chris - I thought this rain and Droitwich thing was a bit of an exaggeration, but then last week as we drove back to Lancaster from Wells, the rain started pouring down as soon as we saw the Droitwich sign smile
Chad: Now you know the truth Anne.
  • Astrid
  • Netherlands
  • 5 Sep 2014, 20:28
LOL @ Ann...... amazing pace that Droitwich.
Chad: She has seen the place in in it's natural state Astrid.
  • Richard Trim
  • Suffolk: where the sun rises first in England
  • 5 Sep 2014, 20:45
Very clever Chadruski .... Mind you the 'arms bearing' ruling classes need to be brought down from their great height so that when they walk through puddles in Droitwich they get more than their y-fronts wet.
Chad: Hang on, I have a coat of arms!

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