Tuesday, January 22, 2013

Sporting heroes of the era

9 Comments:

Anonymous kinglear said...

I think that's you with the beehive dear ww.....

10:03 am  
Blogger Eurodog said...

Who's the coach?

10:24 am  
Blogger Winchester whisperer said...

I'm the one despairing at the back!

10:41 am  
Blogger elleeseymour said...

And is that kinglear with his hands behind his back, or is he crouched on the ground between the ladies?

9:30 pm  
Anonymous kinglear said...

Surely not! I see you as a very competitive sporty person....

9:38 am  
Blogger Winchester whisperer said...

I don't think KL would sport such a short tie so he'd be the one in the middle.

10:58 am  
Anonymous Portinari said...

My grandmother, she of the drunken butler, is said to have said that a gentleman would never wear his braces while playing tennis but, as a gentleman, he could afford to do so.
Not too sure about the truncated tie.

7:48 pm  
Blogger Winchester whisperer said...

LOL Portinari. Maybe the tie's tucked into his shirt?

1:39 pm  
Anonymous kinglear said...

P. -yes I remember your grandmother's drunken butler. I think it was almost a requirement to have such a thing at one time. And of course a gentleman can actually do anything. Provided he doesn't scare the horses....
And Ellee I think I would probably have been away on business.....

2:56 pm  

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