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Memories of Pons 2009Gold Star from Al by Jane  
Peter Mullins' malapropisms (Mullinisms) other things we laughed at. Quotes & memories from our trip to Harry and Kate's. Pons, France, April 2009. You had to be there to understand this stuff I'm afraid. As Vicki says, here's to the next jollyboys!
Category: Unforgettable moments
Last updated: 04/12/09
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We all missed Vicki and knew that we wouldn't have all been together if it hadn't been for her. We thought about her constantly and toasted our 'Absent Friend' at every mealtime. 4 stars!4 stars!4 stars!4 stars! medal from Al
Chris and Lorraine unable to get into the carpark when picking us up from the airport. 4 stars!4 stars!4 stars!4 stars!
Antidote for Anecdote (Peter to Harry) 4 stars!4 stars!4 stars!4 stars!
Anemone for Enema (Peter) 4 stars!4 stars!4 stars!4 stars!
Peter's impersonation of a drug mule including the facial expression. 4 stars!4 stars!4 stars!4 stars! medal from Al
Backpack for Butt-plug (Guess who?) 4 stars!4 stars!4 stars!4 stars! medal from Al
Learning from Stephen that it's not stylish to serve cheese with crackers. 4 stars!4 stars!4 stars!4 stars!
We discovered that Lorraine now has a shellfish allergy. Certainly brown shrimps anyway. 4 stars!4 stars!4 stars!4 stars!
Chris' impersonation of Peter's impersonation of a drug mule. 4 stars!4 stars!4 stars!4 stars! medal from Al
We learnt how to play 'twizzle'.
I can never remember card games so I'll record it here:
King= change direction, 8= miss a go. Ace= anything and 2= put another 2 down or pick up 2/4 etc. 4 stars!4 stars!4 stars!4 stars!
It's amazing how many peas 9 people can get through at one sitting. 4 stars!4 stars!4 stars!4 stars!
Chris's coleslaw! 4 stars!4 stars!4 stars!4 stars!
Kate's bombay potatoes 4 stars!4 stars!4 stars!4 stars!
Also Kate's Chili, those of you who missed it... wow, it had a kick! I almost flew home on my own. 4 stars!4 stars!4 stars!4 stars!
Oggle for google (Peter) 4 stars!4 stars!4 stars!4 stars!
The wonderful quiz nights thanks to Peter and Thirza. A really lovely thing to organise but FAR too difficult! 4 stars!4 stars!4 stars!4 stars! medal from Al
The Hoof-Hearteds, The Passports (Piss Poors) and the Ponces 4 stars!4 stars!4 stars!4 stars!
Stephen's sex education talk. 4 stars!4 stars!4 stars!4 stars!
Fantastic salt cod fishcakes the black pudding and the white pudding. 4 stars!4 stars!4 stars!4 stars! medal from Al
Ivan, the Skipton connection 4 stars!4 stars!4 stars!4 stars!
Chris's impersonation of Ivan's Alsatian tongue-twisters 4 stars!4 stars!4 stars!4 stars!
Chris's impersonation of Ivan's impersonation of the Hungarian exercise instructor. 4 stars!4 stars!4 stars!4 stars!
Adam likes Pernod, tinned macaroni cheese, baked beans and Chris's coleslaw. 4 stars!4 stars!4 stars!4 stars!
The seven children in the Sound of Music are: Liesl, Louisa, Friedrich, Kurt, Brigitta, Marta and Gretl.
Harry's wonderful stories. So many adventures! I always want to hear more. 4 stars!4 stars!4 stars!4 stars!
corniche |ˈkôrni sh; kôrˈnē sh | noun a road cut into the edge of a cliff, esp. one running along a coast. ORIGIN mid 19th cent.: from French (see cornice ). 4 stars!4 stars!4 stars!4 stars!
Harry might invite total strangers back to the house. 4 stars!4 stars!4 stars!4 stars!
Maybe those strangers think that we are a group of swingers. 4 stars!4 stars!4 stars!4 stars!
Having an urge for beetroot might mean that you are anaemic. 4 stars!4 stars!4 stars!4 stars!
The number 1 quote must be Peter's response to the people from Alsace who said that they had brought their Alsatian cold with them in their Alsatian car. He said "oh, have you brought your dog with you?" 5 stars!5 stars!5 stars!5 stars!5 stars! medal from Al
It's very difficult to remember to use the term 'hot beverage' rather than' tea' or 'coffee' 4 stars!4 stars!4 stars!4 stars!
Peter getting left in the car after he bent down to pick up his map. He turned up on the doorstep sometime later. 4 stars!4 stars!4 stars!4 stars! medal from Al
Peter getting locked in the loo on the same day! 4 stars!4 stars!4 stars!4 stars! medal from Al
Peter, attempting to translate between Harry and a French shop assistant with no English - by pointing at Harry & Co and saying "don't listen to them they are taking the Michael". 4 stars!4 stars!4 stars!4 stars!
Also, Peter's display of Hopscotch in the gift shop. 4 stars!4 stars!4 stars!4 stars!
Stephen can play the violin! 4 stars!4 stars!4 stars!4 stars!
I almost forgot the fabulous weather. As Harry says..'the devil obviously looks after his own' 4 stars!4 stars!4 stars!4 stars!
All of Peter's hand gestures, rain, toast, heavy rain, gentle showers, well there was a hand signal for everything really. 4 stars!4 stars!4 stars!4 stars!