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 Post subject: Re: Lines Unlikely to Be Seen in a Chalet School Novel IX
PostPosted: 06 Sep 2015, 20:57 
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Miss Wilson was rather startled by the appearance of her Guides when she went to carry out the customary Saturday inspection.

'I said we would be working for your Naturalist badges, girls, not Naturist!' she exclaimed, in appalled tones...

However a troupe of Boy Scouts, on a local Nature trip enjoyed the view immensely.


A very disgruntled troupe of Guides went to put on their uniforms at their Leader's instruction.

"Well!" exclaimed Joey. "I'd hardly call that a reaction at all!"

"Certainly not." agreed Paula von Rothenfels, before adding shyly, "I was hoping for her to shriek, perhaps even faint..."

A wicked glint came into Cornelia's eye. "Jumping Jesophohat!" she cried. Everyone turned to look at her. "Guess we could make a Naturist Badge..."

*Pushes aside drabble idea*

Must. Concentrate. On. Maynard Madness GCSEs.

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"Couldn't she just have taken a photo of them all together?" groaned all Joey's Facebook friends, as their newsfeeds were clogged up with individual "back to school" photos of every single one of the Maynard children and adoptees.

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PostPosted: 07 Sep 2015, 14:11 
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'Well, I'm certainly going to block her access, I can't take all this boasting any longer.'

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 Post subject: Re: Lines Unlikely to Be Seen in a Chalet School Novel IX
PostPosted: 07 Sep 2015, 15:49 
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Armishire circa 1942

"Whilst I commend your enthusiasm," said Miss Wilson, eyeing the eager Middle with slight alarm, "I don't think the Girl Guide Association has as yet introduced a Bomb Disposal Badge..."


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Armishire circa 1942

"Whilst I commend your enthusiasm," said Miss Wilson, eyeing the eager Middle with slight alarm, "I don't think the Girl Guide Association has as yet introduced a Bomb Disposal Badge..."


Yowzer! That's not Augusta by any chance, is it?

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chattie wrote:
Armishire circa 1942

"Whilst I commend your enthusiasm," said Miss Wilson, eyeing the eager Middle with slight alarm, "I don't think the Girl Guide Association has as yet introduced a Bomb Disposal Badge..."


Yowzer! That's not Augusta by any chance, is it?


If it isn't, it certainly should be.


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Armishire circa 1942

"Whilst I commend your enthusiasm," said Miss Wilson, eyeing the eager Middle with slight alarm, "I don't think the Girl Guide Association has as yet introduced a Bomb Disposal Badge..."


Yowzer! That's not Augusta by any chance, is it?


If it isn't, it certainly should be.


New story new story!!!

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"I've told the billeting officer that any spare beds in the dormitories are available to be used for evacuees," Madge announced. "This is wartime, and we must all do our bit."

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"I've told the billeting officer that any spare beds in the dormitories are available to be used for evacuees," Madge announced. "This is wartime, and we must all do our bit."


"Oh," said the disappointed younger staff, who had been secretly hoping an RAF squadron would be filling those spare beds...

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Alison H wrote:
"I've told the billeting officer that any spare beds in the dormitories are available to be used for evacuees," Madge announced. "This is wartime, and we must all do our bit."


"Oh," said the disappointed younger staff, who had been secretly hoping an RAF squadron would be filling those spare beds...


and were looking forward to getting to know dashing young squadron leaders and wing commanders instead of doctors.


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janetbrown23 wrote:
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Armishire circa 1942

"Whilst I commend your enthusiasm," said Miss Wilson, eyeing the eager Middle with slight alarm, "I don't think the Girl Guide Association has as yet introduced a Bomb Disposal Badge..."


Yowzer! That's not Augusta by any chance, is it?


If it isn't, it certainly should be.


I have to admit that this was inspired by an old friend who used to be a Guide Leader and used to do a wonderful Joyce Grenfel 'George' like series of monologues about 'Muriel' and once did a brilliant one of Muriel doing her bomb disposal badge.

As soon as I had posted the line I then thought of Augusta...!


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"Oh! Jack, do that again.............


It's all gone a bit "Oh, Sir Jasper, do not touch me!" :D

"We have a new song today, my little maidens," said Plato, handing out song sheets. "It is a charming ditty called The Bonny Black Hare. I think we might sing it at the summer garden party for all the parents and guests!"

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'She's had one failure, though. She's never managed to inspire Mary-Lou Trelawny to become a proper Chalet School girl. And how she can bear her continual snivelling really amazes me.'

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