Greetings from this primitive corner of Africa. Our DSL line is still down (eight days and counting). In the light (‘a very unfunny choice of phrase’ – Mrs Chips) of the ‘current‘ power problems causing a hiatus in the weekly post of Old Master punishment, I thought it only fair to give you a 50% bonus this week – Vodacrap permitting….
For our first misinterpretation, we shall attempt to clobber Frederic Bazille.
The quintessential bachelor’s pad in the 1800s showing us that girly pinups are nothing new
To show there is no favoritism, our super-computer has randomly chosen the next victim; one James Jacques Joseph Tissot (1836-1902)
Mishearing the Captain’s instruction to “Make ready a couple of oars for tomorrow’s regatta”, caused red faces all round, and a formal apology from the Admiral for casting doubt upon the damsels’ virtue.
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