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jennarenn commented on the word hollow bannister
Ok, that makes much more sense. :)
May 5, 2007
trivet commented on the word hollow bannister
Not a person, a bottle of moonshine...
Wait a minute. How big are these things? I'm envisioning a Victorian bannister, suitable for sliding down, held up by slender spindles. How could a person fit in one of those?
I used to live in a house that was built during Prohibition - it had all sorts of interesting hidey holes, including one of these.
May 4, 2007
oroboros commented on the word hollow bannister
This is how the first sub-4-minute miler, Roger, loves to wow his party guests with a dramatic arrival down the staircase. ;+P
Really?! I want one.
May 3, 2007