Equal parts Julian Fellowes, Stephen Fry, Clive Candy and Tobias Fünke

Rather less strident than Todd's reading.

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  • 387108_3488108729959_1341808232_n
    Do I detect a dash of the old Winston Churchill there at the beginning?
    Jolly good, old boy!
    Nov 05, 2012
  • Img_0537
    i just read this in my english class so it was cool to see this on here!
    Jan 27, 2012
  • Librarygirl6-1497720
    I'm so excited this has grown from my random conversation with Finland earlier today. :)
    Jan 27, 2012
  • Dsc_0299
    I just laughed out loud like five times on an airplane. Slightly embarrassing, well worth it.

    Your oratory prowess continues to impress the hell out of me, Day_Glo. This is an entirely different character than you did with Strawberry Bootlaces or A Fake History of 1987. My favorite actors are the chameleons.

    Also, I hadn't previously read this Metaphorest record. Ms Daly, Equal compliments to your scribing. This is written in a totally different voice than I've read from you before, and I love that you're tackling topics of race, class and imperialism, and yet doing so with such a ginger touch.

    Jan 27, 2012
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    This is amazing!
    Jan 27, 2012
    by lidan
  • New_icon_small
    AH SHIT LOOK AT OUR LITTLE IDEA!!! Getting featured. Oh, what gchat and twitter can birth! :D A+ team
    Jan 27, 2012
    by lidan
  • P1000033
    @Joe, you're a darling, thank you - in fact this whole collab just started in the last 5 or 6 hours from a twitter conversation. Meta (& a whole gang on twitter, I'm really not sure I even know who everyone is to be honest) suggested that we do a whole series on British sweets to follow up Strawberry Bootlaces!

    @Lidan - yeah obv.

    @librarygirl6 - I know right

    @graphiclaney - it's good that there's room in the curriculum for the cornerstone of 18th century political satire.

    Thanks for the recommends, everyone!
    Jan 27, 2012
    by Day Glo
  • Megancarnes-1820001
    i'm so putting an inspirational/patriotic score behind this. think edward elgar.
    Jan 27, 2012
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