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Corfu, which river is that on? Can we moor there? 


Reckon Old Wussername has been Old Wussername for so long he's probably forgotten the real name he was born with! Before he was Old Wussername he was quite likely Young Wussername. 


In response to your kind enquiry, Old Wussername, how am I a doin on? Werra fare t'middlin, me ol' bor!


Got to laugh, right rather than left clicked to post and was asked if I wanted to translate the above into English? Do I like as 'eck, that is already English, proper English! The Only Way is Broads :D

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Old Wussername, along with Thingummyjig & Ol' Whatsit, are well known Norfolk names. Blarst, Bor, always recognise a 'furriner' when they dun't recognise a local name!

Well I dun be 'ere for 35 years, bor Peter and blast if I dun know that name...... 'furriner' indeed..


So wusseryername, welcome from us too, to the Friendly Forum, or so we like to keep it.

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