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Thread: The Ancient Irish Art of Door Dancing

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    The Ancient Irish Art of Door Dancing

    Thought I was joking eh? Well think again . . .






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    I am more curious to know what you are searching for to find this stuff?

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    That's, eh, brilliant. ?

    Doors have many uses. Reminds me of Christmas one year. My cousin didn't think until too late he didn't have enough table space for guests, so he removed a door and laid it across some chairs. I had to admire the ingenuity. I prefer to just not have guests.

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    It's the kind of thing you'd suspect to be an April Fool. But it's not.



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    Looks a bit unhinged to me!

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    Quite like that but I'm sure it has it's knockers, even if it has theres always the letterbox..

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    I thought that was great very interesting
    I FEEL LIKE I'M DIAGONALLY PARKED IN A PARALLEL UNIVERSE

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    Quote Originally Posted by SeanST150 View Post
    That's, eh, brilliant. ?

    Doors have many uses. Reminds me of Christmas one year. My cousin didn't think until too late he didn't have enough table space for guests, so he removed a door and laid it across some chairs. I had to admire the ingenuity. I prefer to just not have guests.
    That reminds me when we had the wooden side door replaced on our garage; I could have chucked the old door in the skip, but instead made it into a cold frame for the allotment. Yes, doors are multi-purpose.

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    Quote Originally Posted by robert75 View Post
    I am more curious to know what you are searching for to find this stuff?
    Plus 1.

    The mind boggles

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    Quote Originally Posted by SeanST150 View Post

    Doors have many uses...
    Indeed they do.

    Many years go I assisted in removing a door from the pie stall at a local football ground to use as an emergency stretcher when it was discovered that the actual (old-style, canvas) stretcher only had one pole...
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    ​Jim.

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    Diana Dors was a favourite in the distant days of my youth . . .



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    Excellent dive into folklore, similar to the Shaolin rice paper walk :-)

    I could see that a few of those grasshoppers were almost ready to leave the temple :-)


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    Quote Originally Posted by magirus View Post
    Thought I was joking eh? Well think again . . .






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    Excellent. I've just sent a link to an Irish friend of mine. I expect to receive some abuse in the morning. :D

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    Far too easy for soundood to complete his mission on that one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kaffe View Post
    Excellent. I've just sent a link to an Irish friend of mine. I expect to receive some abuse in the morning. :D

    If I've caused some mirth then my work is done!

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    The little girl in the background at 1.00 minute:

    'Sit back down and stop enjoying yourself!'

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    Has anyone been to the Musée de la Porte in Pézenas?

    We happened upon it a few years ago and popped in to get out of the heat. Surprisingly interesting, although the kids disagreed. Philistines!


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