Where were you yesterday? I was worried sick! Nice sketch...
I was jolly concerned too, I'm a happy fella now though. Fancy a beer to celebrate Hans? I'm just off to the fridge now.I agree, nice sketch. Is that Katie? Diddya go to the falls for a bash of Katie's?Steve C, tucked one in with the sausage and posted today, best well chilled.
I'm with you all the way Fraser.
Whadidya have Hans? I had an Ayinger Jahrhundertbier (century beer), one of my current favourites.
Couple of Wife-Beaters for me.
Nice portrait Steve.Fraser, thanks for the tip off. Scrubbing down the kitchen table in preparation for sauage and beer fest. Any recomended tracklements? Sauerkraut? German Mustard etc?
Personally Steve C, I just have it with a nice wholesome bread and perhaps a beer like the one I enclosed. It's a salami as opposed to the other sort which get cooked up in water (and served with mustard and sauerkraut) as they would be off after a couple of days in the post.
Steve, just came back to this portrait- upon further examination I find it exquisite.
Where's my bloody sausage!
You have to send books (signed) to get sausage Steve. If you send me a signed book, I'll send you sausage. That's how it works :¬)
I'm off to buy sausages.
Steve, you deserve sausage- however, it remains one of the few levers I have to obtain your bar-sketch-book.Organic salami, good producehttp://www.herrmannsdorfer.deSteve C. is getting a great German beer with his (He sent books), you want some?
Four fabulously illustrated (signed) books.That's how it works. Isn't it Steve C.Crikey, that was quick, you already said it.Book- sausage, sausage- book.
It's a deal.
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