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Coat of Arms, Thomas Leslie Stafford

Discussion in 'Stafford Chat' started by peterm, Mar 6, 2013.

  1. John Marwood Well-Known Member

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    Self invented?

    Show me something that has not been invented

    God

    Jesus

    Sausages

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    Flags

    Crests

    Cheese Straws
  2. tek-monkey wanna see my snake?

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    I'm scared to do so, but call you on monkey trousers.
  3. flossietoo Well-Known Member

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    I propose that we confer upon Peterm the honourary title Sir Peterm of Stafford (Forum).

    You can have your own heraldic device, featuring a lion, nattering. And feel free to tell your neighbours about how a feckless forefather shamelessly gambled away the family seat of Stafford Castle. We'll back you all the way.
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  5. Gramaisc Forum O. G.

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    The sky.

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  7. Withnail Well-Known Member

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    If God has been created, it would surely follow that 'his' 'creation' hasn't.
    Exhibit B*
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    I could go on, but it would take far too long.

    Arms are an interesting creation - a possibly little known fact is that the College of Arms was instituted by Richard III, he of 'being buried beneath a car park in Leicester' fame.

    *in light of prior evidence, vis. 'the sky', this exhibit has been reclassified.
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    Murdoch
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    Invented in Ventnor
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    Looks like it is a real Stafford knot :stafford:. At least its the "right" way up.
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    Exhibit F
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