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    Default A fly party

    In this patch of light in the wood, there were loads of flies constantly landing then chasing each other off - funny to watch, although I didn't quite get a clean shot - I must have been laughing too much
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    LOL LOL LOL I ALWAYS wondered how flies throw a party! Looks quite nice, so how does one get an invitation?

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    It's all 'word-of mouth' - if you get to hear the buzz then you're invited

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    I remember to have seen that film!
    I feel sooooo old now, thanks ever so much Rolf!

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    ROFL - Great film

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    Never saw it. Still find it too scary for me.

    Yes, I'm a wimp!

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    So, I take it from that that you've not seen "Saw" ?

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    'Saw'? Never heard of it!

    But I have to tell you that when young, and taken to see 'Cowboy and Indian' films with my parents I hid my eyes when the weapons came out - and my mother had to keep repeating' It's not true!' when awful things happened.

    Yes, I'm a wimp!

    BTW, you should seek out Stinkhorn fungi just now - they will be COVERED in flies!

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    The only film that ever gave me the creeps was: The ghost of Canterville! LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL
    The reappearing bloodstain was sooooooooo scary, but then, I must have been only about 7 or 8 yrs. old. BUT I still remember the horror I felt! LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL

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    Oh dear - what a couple of softies!

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