|Rik Shaw||05/08/2020 17:35:12|
1353 forum posts
Small minds? Can't argue with you there!
I'm a great fan of the knotted handkerchief especially when worn with braces over ones pullover.
|Sam Stones||05/08/2020 20:08:20|
764 forum posts
How's this for coincidence?
One of Big Clive's ...
|Danny M2Z||05/08/2020 20:50:41|
892 forum posts
I was once reported to the headmaster of Parminter's Grammar School (Bethnal Green) for failing to wear my school cap on a 253 bus to Hackney. We had a lecture at school assembly about wearing our caps in public.
|Martin Kyte||05/08/2020 22:25:33|
2013 forum posts
Early lesson in sheet work, putting a bend in sheet material creates stiffning.
Grasp cap in fist such that peak is forced into a tight curve. Wack school freind on head with cap creating a satisfying thwap noise. Run away quick.
Great fun school caps.
|Mike Poole||05/08/2020 23:10:03|
2696 forum posts
We had the lectures that we represented the school while in uniform which certainly put a damper on getting up to no good after school. I cycled to school and was adept at getting my cap out of my pocket and putting it on my head as I got near enough to school to be spotted by the masters who used the bus to get to school. The peak fitted nicely inside the cap so that it could be stowed nearly flat in your blazer pocket ready for action if required.
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