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Severn BS: A giant wombat wanders into a Tavern (426* d) RE: BS: A giant wombat wanders into a Tavern 20 Dec 17


The choir, upon hearing the quest for somebody to set up drinks for the house, breaks into:

"Round, round, get a round
Who'll get a round?
Get a round, ooo-ooo,
Who'll get a round....

......Maybe it's the fact that somebody left the beach door wide open to get a little more heat in the place ...


The shaggy dog, who like all of his kind gets much more talkative as soon as he steps outside of a bar for some unexplainable reason, walks up to the Lawn Moor, who is singing a strange carol of some sort to himself:

"My kind of town, Chicago is.
My kind of doc, Zhivago is.
My kind of friend Iago is.....
NOT!......."

....and being quite impressed by his traditional music, he asks him, "Do you know the "Theme From Mondo Cane"?, but before he can turn around to answer, the choir, who DOES know it, sets out to prove it......

When that song is finished, the shaggy dog asks the man sitting on the lawn if he knows '"Mary Of The Wild Moor", and he just points to the name under the heart tattoo on his left arm, says "Long story.", hangs his head, breathes a heavy sigh and sheds a little tear. One keen-eared gibbon overhears, and the Hairy Simian Chorale starts singing it anyway.....

I'm sorry, my friend" said the shaggy dog. "I didn't mean to cause that. By the way, what's your name?"
"It's. Les." said the Moor. "What's. Yours?"
"It's Harry." replied the dog, "Actually, because I bit my master once to wake him up from a terrible hangover. "
"Hmmmm. Makes sense.".......




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