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I actually laughed out loud reading this- slightly embarrassing as I was in the checkout line at my local Tesco! Just gives confirmation that I’m slightly strange, so no dramas there! Keep up the good work! (Glad you weren’t attacked by a brontosaurus! )

Oh my ?? brilliant, love to hear about your take on daily life with your sidekick Norman .. hilarious! Look forward to many more . Thanks & kind regards from Northumberland ??

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