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30th Jan 2005, 22:27   | tags:

neel says:

Aw - c'mon now! That's just way too good - yur makin' the rest of us look bad!

30th Jan 2005, 23:03

eversion says:


30th Jan 2005, 23:22

monkeypunk says:

wonderful! i also loved that as a kid... and guess i still would!?

31st Jan 2005, 08:41

Joe says:

Superb stuff...

31st Jan 2005, 09:50

Helen says:

Ahh I love swinging (on swings) and wellies.

Now swinging (on swings) in wellies must be perfection.

Beautiful picture.

31st Jan 2005, 17:18

neel says:

I hadn't even noticed the wellies.


What a childhood word. I've not worn wellies since I was a kid: hard, damp, cold, slightly-too-big-or-small plasticy footwear doesn't appeal any more. And the last time I swung (on swings) would have been in my teenage days, hanging around a park with mates at dusk.

And I thought I'd forgotten everything.

31st Jan 2005, 17:36

Helen says:

There's a horrible sign in my village that bans people who are over 14 from using the playground equipment.

Well I ignore that.

I want my own swing.

Wellies are great, you can walk straight through puddles or wade through shallow rivers without getting your feet wet. And they stop your jeans from getting all muddy. Fantastic. My pink wellies are beautifully flexible. I love them.

I cried on my 4th birthday because I wanted to be 3 forever. But that may have been because some of my very favourite clothes had labels in them saying that they were for 3 year olds and I probably thought I couldn't wear them any more.

31st Jan 2005, 18:07

neel says:

Well the dreaded Clothing Age-Label Enforcement Police (CALEP) are working with quite a backlog, so you're probably okay for a while on that count. I hear the Playground Regulatory Activities Team are still on the prowl, though: perhaps you should wear some sort of disguise?

But at least you've got a swing. My surroundings are far too educational to encourage children to have fun. Plenty of mud, though.

31st Jan 2005, 18:36

Helen says:

All you need is mud.

31st Jan 2005, 19:10

caffeine says:

You were brave taking that. Looks like that left welly is working loose! Ace pic (again!) :)

31st Jan 2005, 20:21

eversion says:

Perhaps I should post the next pic where the right welly is starting come off...Could you take the excitement?

31st Jan 2005, 21:08

neel says:

I know I couldn't!

31st Jan 2005, 21:08

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