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  • However a polise inspector hodgeson claimed his officer had seen the split lip. this officer could never have seen it as there wasn1t one, the alledged victims own brother told an of duty officer that his brother had no marks and that this was a vendetta against the landlady of the cholmondeley arms.

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  • There was a young maiden named Cholmondeley,
    Witty, warm-hearted and colmondeley.
    No girl could be finer,
    But she lacked a vagina -
    A sad and arresting anolmondeley.

    January 5, 2009

  • This time, with the correct spelling:

    There was a young fellow, named Cholmondeley
    Who always, at dinner, sat dolmondeley.
    His fair partner said,
    As he crumbled his bread,
    'Dear me! You behave very rolmondeley!'

    February 23, 2007