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Minnie1956

  2 months ago

April 23rd, Saint George and Shakespeare

Wishing all Tolunans who are proud to be English a very happy Saint George's Day.

Also celebrating the birth of William Shakespeare, (presumed) 23rd April 1564, and his death, 23rd April 1616.

I have to use a picture of Shakespeare because the Toluna filter won't accept any of the St george pictures offered by its own search facility. What's the point of offering them if we can't use them?
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g2714572

  2 months ago
Happy St George's day to all you Great Britain crew Minnie , aye and great your are to, you squad ....aye some a ya :) Reply
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Chris563

  2 months ago
Happy St George's Day to all. Reply
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mjh71731

  2 months ago
Happy st George's day x Reply
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davidwatkin

  2 months ago
Happy St Georges day Minnie, have a good 'un. xx Reply
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BarrieB

  2 months ago
We could all pretend we're football fans for the day. Reply
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Meryl10

  2 months ago
yes! Happy St. Georges day I have my flag flying from the porch as I do every year :) Reply
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vzsite

  2 months ago
Im not english but lets enjoy this day anyway ;) Reply
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vmorris11.vm

  2 months ago
Happy St George’s day, I might watch a film today based on a Shakespeare play but which should I choose? Reply
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TheOldDragonsPaul

  2 months ago
Good St. Georges day, Lady Minnie; can you have a word with him to come and take a look at my old Dragon ? Reply
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bickler1

  2 months ago
I do not need a special day for any occasion,I am born an Englishman and consider myself to be British having won the lottery of life to be so privileged.
Having said that I,of course,have problems with people enjoying their Saints days.
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