Looks like your glass is empty. It's Anty's round.
I suspect that comment will be misconstrued.
PS Tongue in cheek?
More to the point, which cheeks?
Anyone who wears flares now has no fashion sense and would wear checks with stripes.
I cheek my spilling grapefruitly and novel mink any.
I haven't worn flares since the 70's.
The check of the woman.
I nearly punched him once
Avis ate them all. Said he needed the roughage.
We're supposed to post photos?
That would imply this is some kind of photography forum and begs the question 'what am I doing here?'
No need to frisk. He's all white.
The dungeon bear suit I left money in was kinda fungus with eye holes.
They won't let him in here - which shows sense. But then, they've let me back in. The fools!!
Where was I?
Where has the dungeon gone?
I left twenty quid in that bear suit.
We both know what things were like here back then :)
Would you sooner Avis put in an appearance?
And be honest. Tell them you got a 25,000 post exaggeration allowance when you were made a mod.
Things like that used to happen here on purpose - but that was in the old days.
We had a dungeon and a bear suit then....
Clearly you know nothing about the History of Art (and I'm talking painting here).
Picasso was personally responsible for starting at least three...
It pulled me out of retirement!
Who do I sue?
That and the fact that this place has become so f****ing BORING!
I'd lost the will to live before getting half-way down the first page of OT...
A Crit Forum? On here? Bwahahahahahahahahahahahaha!
Sorry. That just slipped out.
Try doing a thread search and you will find why there isn't...
You don't think maybe the photographer who did the pack-shot used one or two of his cameras as props because he ran out of other ideas? :roll:
If you click the link in my first post you'll go to the Amazon page for the best recording of what you want (in my humble opinion).
Just being pedantic...
The version in Pelleas et Melisande is scored for harp, flute and orchestra and is Op. 80.
The piece you wanted...
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