Smart shoes aka Dr Cunties Cunty shoe emporium


#1104

Surely that is a womans shoe?


#1105

I’d have thought they would be just the thing for the reprise of your role as Widow Twanky at the Redcar Royal Court this Christmas


#1106

#1107

Was emailed this from a friend, We’re having some floorboards replaced in our 1867 Round Hill home & have made an interesting find under a wall in the foundations. A “cache” of 4 shoes, apparently put there to protect the occupants from witches. A child’s boot, a woman’s button-front boot & 2 other shoes.


#1108

just brilliant - get them framed and hung on the wall. All I ever found under my floorboards were very old and discarded empty cigarette packets.


#1109

During renovations, a neighbour found a pair of baby shoes behind a skirting board. Apparently, put there when the child had died as a memorial.
They were returned to their hiding place before the new skirting boards were put in.


#1110

my parents found a pair behind the skirting in the Victorian house I was brought up in - they were told that they were put there for good luck, following the survival of the baby reaching the age when they needed a second pair.


#1111

This is quite interesting.


#1112

There’s all manner of charms, spells & other assorted items that have been recovered from buildings that were either being renovated or demolished on display at the Boscastle museum of Witchcraft.

A great place to visit & some downright weird stuff there. A good section on 20th Century Occult activity too, Aleister Crowley etc.


#1113

Shame they didn’t cast a spell to stop it being destroyed in the flood a couple of years back :slightly_smiling_face:


#1114

Some lucky house owner will find a single by Hanson behind a wall one day in Plymouth


#1115

They did actually lose about half of their exhibits & have gradually managed to accumulate other items since.


#1116

We went there many years back. The two-headed baby in a bottle was particularly gruesome :grimacing::grimacing:


#1117

get them to a “vintage” shop in Brighton, get a bloody fortune for them :slight_smile:


#1118


#1119

Along with Jeremy Paxman, about the most famous alumnus of my old school.

Yeeeees :face_with_raised_eyebrow:


#1120

Magick :+1:


#1121

couldn’t deprive you, so I share my lilac Crocs.

they do need s bit of a clean

ooh double delight, I see my purple suade Trickers Robert in the background


#1122

Why’s it got a Ham stuffed into it?


#1123

I’ve never seen Orange ham. You are looking a my permanently swollen and damaged ankles.