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Posted: 13 Jan 12 21:18

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Paddington Bear is to lead an immediate investigation into the alleged 'renditioning' of a loaf bread and the contents of a jar of marmalade apparently removed from the cupboard of his live-in landlords, the Browns. The Bear, from Deepest Darkest Peru, feels he is best placed to determine, and then indemnify the guilt, of a party so close to home, that his boxer shorts have practically ensnared.....

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Posted: 13 Jan 12 21:18
This is really very good

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Posted: 14 Jan 12 13:04
Thanks Lynton, nice of you to say

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