Ten Days in Nether Fondle

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Welcome to Nether Fondle, the epitome of British intelligence, stoicism, fair play and stupidity! Also home to the rare Dervish ducks. 

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Meet Reverend Righteous Cresswell, local historian and minister of the church of St Agnetha of the Blonde Hair.

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Rub Shoulders with Sid Vertigo, manager of Nether Fondle Rovers, hoping for victory following the signings of Wayne Penalty, Pierre Roberspierre and Sloan Grainger.

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Enjoy cultural evenings with novelist Shelby Staircase, poet Middleton Crisp and opera singer Madame Jen Italia.

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Visit Hemlock Castle, home of the sugar baron Sir Fester Granule, hereditary Laird of the Clan McMoosiesen.

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There so much to see and do in Nether Fondle.  Now twinned with Royston Vasey.

With apologies to Charlie the goose, two unidentified religious gentlemen, Therry Henry and Zinadine Zedane, my great grandmother Mary Mills and Appley Tower at Ryde Isle of Wight.  

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7 thoughts on “Ten Days in Nether Fondle

  1. Thank heavens, another episode from Nether Fondle I thought as I read the heading. Are you going to post another one? I’ve missed them. Loved your illustrations for this one by the way.

    1. The photos just happened to be ones that I had stored at various times for use elsewhere. I hope that no one will be affronted to find their images transformed into other things. I love writing about the ridiculous.

  2. Having read this I thought it was rather enlightening.
    I appreciate you finding the time and effort to put this content together.

    I once again find myself spending a lot of time both reading and
    leaving comments. But so what, it was still worth it!

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