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Where's the fun...?

As readers will know, your humble Devil was in Oxford a couple of weeks ago.

There was most certainly none of this going on*.

More's the pity...

* A tip of the horn to Dick Puddlecote.

Comments

Alan Douglas said…
Your timing has been decidedly off since your incomplete redisign - better get it finished so you can go with the flow ....

Alan Douglas
Dick Puddlecote said…
Ta for the link, DK.

Could you tip off TFS about this one, in case he didn't hear it today?

By the way, the Oxford student article was wrong, they weren't nude, they wore heels. :-)
The Penguin said…
That bloke's gotta be gay, either that or a very tiny todger!

The Penguin
James Higham said…
Interesting that it was in the Mail. Who would have thunk it?
James Higham said…
By the way, I have to warn you I've raked up an old issue, DK over my way.
Mark Wallace said…
As ever, Oxford lags behind Durham and doesn't do it half as well - we've had a charity naked calendar for years! Much more amusingly framed, with the shooting team appearing with strategically placed rifles and targets etc. Indeed I recall appearing in the 2005 edition...

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