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Got stuck in traffic this morning
17th Aug 2006, 23:49   | tags:,

Joe says:


17th Aug 2006, 23:52

FilbertFox says:

hey! You can't say things like that about my daughter

17th Aug 2006, 23:52

Joe says:


17th Aug 2006, 23:54

FilbertFox says:

i should think so too young man.

17th Aug 2006, 23:54

swamprose says:

so rhinos run free in Leeds? what a city!

17th Aug 2006, 23:59

FilbertFox says:

it is also the name of the rugby team

18th Aug 2006, 00:00

Joe says:

Rhinos in Leeds and Bulls in Bradford....but only if you like the game with the weird shaped ball.

18th Aug 2006, 00:00

Helen says:

And Cougars in Keighley.


18th Aug 2006, 00:02

FilbertFox says:

LLamas in Lawnswood?

Woodlice in Woodlesford?

Rabbits in Rothwell?

Hippos in Headingley?

18th Aug 2006, 00:10

Joe says:

surely it would be the Headingly Hedonists?

18th Aug 2006, 00:14

FilbertFox says:

oh yes silly me

18th Aug 2006, 00:17

Dhamaka says:

nice shot anyway

from a Langorous Londoner (sorry - it's late and all I can think of)

18th Aug 2006, 00:47

swamprose says:

nice try to avoid commenting on the fact that Leeds has rhinos in the streets. no one has told me about this, and am thinking I should bring protective gear.

18th Aug 2006, 01:50

Geodyne says:

It wakes you up, when this is the first thing you see in the morning!

18th Aug 2006, 07:56

Helen says:

Burley Bears!

Don't worry Swamprose, all the men in Leeds look like/are like that.

18th Aug 2006, 08:00

FilbertFox says:

are you coming to Leeds then swaprose?

18th Aug 2006, 08:30

JokerXL says:

"Leeds Rhinos" get stuck in traffic on the field too!

18th Aug 2006, 09:03

ViX says:

Rhino's always looks sad I think :(

18th Aug 2006, 11:23

Ashlea says:

Hmmm that looks familiar...

19th Aug 2006, 16:06

ouch says:

My folks live in Bramhope, I did what passed for growing up in Alwoodley! Never any Rhinos in my day, moslty whippets.

Pronounced "Bram Hope" by my posh 'Margo from the Good Life' type mother and Bramup by people born there :)

25th Aug 2006, 17:17

ouch says:


25th Aug 2006, 17:22