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Posted by Claudia Moser on 6:16 AM in
Yes! Yes! Yes! Today's word, love it, it shows positive approach, understanding, compassion. Isn't it a lovely word?

For this post I wanted to share with you a piece of purely British humour, hope you like it!


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9 Comments


Thanks for the laugh to start my day :)


Claudia, that was what I needed - something to distract me and make me laugh.

I'm working on my last letter and trying to make it special - a struggle.

It has been so wonderful to find you through this A-Z challenge and I look forward to visiting your site often.

Cheers, Jenny


@Desiree - I am happy that I managed that :) Plus the wedding is a bonus!
@Jenny - same here :O) Thank you for being by my side! And this challenge was simply great!


Thanks for the giggles this morning. Needed that. And thanks for your comment and visit to my blog.
Karen


Thanks for the giggles this morning. Needed that. And thanks for your comment and visit to my blog.
Karen


@Karen - glad I managed to do that :)


Funny video and, as you say, so very British!!


I always enjoy British humor! Definitely different than the Americans.

I also completely agree with you that the wow effect was missing and had actually said the same thing just before reading your comment! While she was beautiful, the whole event lacked pizazz!


<3 kris&kel
www.krisandkel.com


@This - I love the series!
@Kris - two great minds think alike :)

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