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Presenting lighting, theatre and weather: formerly from the hills of Yorkshire, with bits and pieces of the Yorkshire Sculpture Park and trips to Edinburgh; when the music stops, where will neel end up?
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Only at Bretton...
18th Mar 2005, 14:23  

Helen says:

You won't be seeing that again...

18th Mar 2005, 14:30

neel says:

It's not mine. Just "noticed" it on the noticeboard. I do know a few people who'd gladly give an unguarded Top Hat a new home, though.

18th Mar 2005, 14:32

Helen says:

I meant a more general 'you' -- is there such a thing?

If the hat was in my possession, I would think very hard about not giving it back.

But the guilt.

18th Mar 2005, 14:36

neel says:

The notice actually says that this was a piece of examinable work by a year 2 PDP: someone in the same course and year as me but doing the costume strand instead of the "technical management" stuff that I do.

I'd like to think that this is a misunderstanding, that our little community wouldn't have members that would intentionally steal other peoples' things. These things happen. I'm sure it'll have a happy ending.

18th Mar 2005, 14:44

Helen says:

That's just mean.

I hope it is found.

18th Mar 2005, 14:53

Joe says:

*hides top hat
*whistles
*examines finger nails

18th Mar 2005, 14:55

daz says:

I am going to refrain from making stupid jokes about bottom hats, as they would reveal that my English-as-a-second-language-speaking self has no clue what a top hat is. Toodles! :)

18th Mar 2005, 15:52

Helen says:

Top hats are fabulous.

18th Mar 2005, 15:57

daz says:

Now that I've actually gone and found out what they are, I must say that yes, they're indeed fabulous. :)

18th Mar 2005, 15:59

Helen says:

You need a nice cane to go with them : )

18th Mar 2005, 16:00

daz says:

Now I am having mental images of Mr. Burns of the Simpsons. :)

18th Mar 2005, 16:37

Helen says:

Not so good.

18th Mar 2005, 16:37

neel says:

Mr Burns isn't that much of a dandy, surely?

Think more Babar or Willie Fog. They were both pretty posh. Actually, Babar wore a crown: I'm sure one of his staff had a top hat.

18th Mar 2005, 16:43

Helen says:

I can see Snoopy in a top hat.

18th Mar 2005, 16:46

neel says:

Yes! Exactly.

18th Mar 2005, 16:47

daz says:

I have a picture of Snoopy in a top hat. :)

18th Mar 2005, 16:47

Helen says:

Maybe that's what the sad dog in a hat wanted, a top hat!

Have you interrogated the sad dog yet?

I bet he has it! If he has a smile on his face, you'll know for sure.

18th Mar 2005, 16:48

neel says:

I think he's still stitched in exactly the same way. He is rather inscrutable, though - he could be thinking anything.

18th Mar 2005, 17:38

Helen says:

I think you should check.

18th Mar 2005, 18:47

neel says:

Not sure that being interogated would help his mood.

In any event, Tom's in Leeds until later, so the true nature of Schrodinger's Dog will have to wait a bit.

18th Mar 2005, 18:51

Helen says:

He lives in a box?

I'm not sure how you would broach the subject with Tom either.

"Err, Tom, I have to interrogate your cuddly dog because some mad girl on the internet thinks it may have stolen a top hat."

Yes, that would work well.

18th Mar 2005, 18:55

neel says:

Oh, right. I just thought you meant 'talk to the dog about why it's unhappy'.

Not 'accuse the dog of grand theft'. That makes much more sense.

Tom's back!

18th Mar 2005, 18:58

Helen says:

No, no! I have convinced myself that the dog has that hat!

He obviously has a hat fetish.

18th Mar 2005, 19:05

Joe says:

it's a damn witch hunt I tell you!...what happened to innocent until proven guilty?

18th Mar 2005, 19:07

Helen says:

Oh come on! The dog looks shifty!

Going by the evidence I have managed to glean, my main suspects are the dog and that rough looking manequin (who would only be trying to smarten herself up).

18th Mar 2005, 19:12

neel says:

You should see the other manequins!

18th Mar 2005, 19:14

Helen says:

They should all be questioned. And made to stay in at playtime every day until somebody owns up.

18th Mar 2005, 19:16

neel says:

We don't really have playtime...

18th Mar 2005, 19:22

Helen says:

Don't you? Quarter of an hour between early morning and late morning lessons and then the same again after lunch and then again in the afternoon?

Oh well.

18th Mar 2005, 19:24

neel says:

Nope. But I am the milk monitor.

18th Mar 2005, 19:26

Helen says:

Smelly job.

18th Mar 2005, 19:28

neel says:

But rewarding.

18th Mar 2005, 19:29

Helen says:

In what way?

Milk's horrible.

18th Mar 2005, 19:31

neel says:

Calcium distribution is an honourable trade, surely.

I really like milk. Love the stuff. We had it in little brownish cartons with different dinosaurs on. Of course everybody wanted the T-Rex.

18th Mar 2005, 19:32

Helen says:

We only ever had bottles. No dinosaurs. Maybe this is why I don't like milk.

18th Mar 2005, 19:37