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19 hours ago

Clara Benson
Its Freddy Friday! Hurray! Fridays are the day when I concentrate fully on Freddy, so today Im wrangling with alibis. The latest oeuvre is currently going by the title of A Case of Perplexity in Piccadilly, and its full of actors stabbing each other in the back (not necessarily literally). Of course Freddy is on hand to add to the confusion. Ahem - I meant clear up the confusion, naturally.

It's Freddy Friday! Hurray! Fridays are the day when I concentrate fully on Freddy, so today I'm wrangling with alibis. The latest oeuvre is currently going by the title of A Case of Perplexity in Piccadilly, and it's full of actors stabbing each other in the back (not necessarily literally). Of course Freddy is on hand to add to the confusion. Ahem - I meant clear up the confusion, naturally. ... See MoreSee Less

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I love Freddy, and that title is awesome! ❀️

Love Freddy and his zest for life. Can’t wait for the new book - meantime, I will re-read all the previous books in the series xxx

I’m patiently, well, sort of, awaiting his new adventure

Currently reading the last of the Freddy books, so I am excitedly waiting for this one .. I just love the Freddy character πŸ’

Absolutely love Freddy,he'll unravel the alibis😁

You can do it, Clara! You have a creative mind!

I love Freddy!

Can’t wait!

Freddy is the best πŸ‘Œ

Freddy can fix it!!

Can’t wait!!

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2 weeks ago

Clara Benson
I often illustrate my posts with vintage stock photos. Most of the time I try to match the subject of the post with the photo, but occasionally I find a picture which I can think of absolutely no use for at all, but which is too good to go unpublished. So, with that in mind, I give you a photo I just found, entitled Sailor Hitting Elegant Woman With A Broom. Any suggestions as to what exactly is going on here?

I often illustrate my posts with vintage stock photos. Most of the time I try to match the subject of the post with the photo, but occasionally I find a picture which I can think of absolutely no use for at all, but which is too good to go unpublished. So, with that in mind, I give you a photo I just found, entitled "Sailor Hitting Elegant Woman With A Broom." Any suggestions as to what exactly is going on here? ... See MoreSee Less

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The only thing apart from it's a slapstick sketch. If she's knocked over she'll never get up again in that dress. Probably have to see the whole scenario. Great picture tho 🀣

Equal to naughty boy dipping ends of girl's braids in the ink well? I still wonder why, as a second grader, a bit three eggs in my new red suede shoes. Sometimes it defies explanation.πŸ€”

That is what I thought! He is swatting a bee on her bottom !!

There’s a mouse in the bottom of the dress. He is being a hero. Not going to go well

No but i love the picture!!

Great photo !

He’s getting ready to do some serious wafting πŸ˜€

Stop and Smell the Roses!

I'm more fascinated by her dress being so tight - can she walk? Is she supposed to be a statue?

Wasp? I could see this going badly.

I don't know... But if he hits her she is going to hurt him!

Freddy attempting to keep Gertie in line? πŸ˜‰πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚ (He would be sooooo sorry πŸ˜‚)

Freddy’s drunk at a debutantes party and is writing what he remembers in the newspaper column. There was a chap bothering this lady, but Freddy rescues her with a nearby broom and sweeps her off her feet.

he's trying to sweep her off her feet.

The calm before the storm... or a picture of what stupid looks like.

The rose is from a man other than the sailor and he is aiming for the flower.

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2 weeks ago

Clara Benson
I love this picture.

I love this picture.Women on motorcycles in Great Britain, 1930s. ... See MoreSee Less

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And wearing trousers, and smoking! Go ladies!

What a fab pic! XπŸ‘πŸΌ

I’d think Land Girls, but too early!

Brilliant!

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