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Dwyle Flunking

On 5 Sep 2015 at 3:16pm Pearliegirliestar wrote:
First off, there will much merriment tomorrow and good spirit when Commercial Square take on Cliffe Bonfire Society for Dwyle Flunking at 2.45pm in Harveys Yard, in aid of St Peters and St James hospice. Be prepared for much joviality and some joshing as the two old rivals compete once again for their honour once more.
Anyway, that's not why I'm here, anyone know where we can get a bit of ivy, some straw and string (not at DFL prices). ??
Sure there must be a Twitten round here with an abundance of ivy but can't quite recall......
On 5 Sep 2015 at 3:43pm Flunker wrote:
Will look forward to watching the merriment with both these societies getting a good soaking with stale beer and all for charity, what good sports they are
Afraid i cant help you with ideas on where to get ivy or straw, but string you must be able to purchase easily....
On 5 Sep 2015 at 6:29pm Belladonna wrote:
What about the banks opposite The Grange ? Might be some ivy there. Straw from pet shop ?
On 6 Sep 2015 at 11:46am Metatron wrote:
String from lots of high street shops but only the high end, high price, artisan, coloured variety.
On 6 Sep 2015 at 8:23pm Flunker wrote:
CSBS won was a great afternoon !
On 10 Sep 2015 at 5:25pm D Flunker wrote:
i remember when the attire for Dwyle Flunking was Victorian 'agricultural'. Why on earth they now insist on dressing up as scarecrows and tying bits of straw and ivy to themselves is beyond me. Perhaps they thought they didn't already look daft enough!

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