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Were they not the sisters of Jack Warner, he who was Dixon of Dock Green for many years? :unsure:

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I think so.

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Never worn such sandals - sandals usually accompany the toga worn by the liberal luvvies, with a beard and long hair. As for "Britishness", the only consistent historical trait that springs to mind is drunkeness, which we can trace back from the 14thC to the present. There used to be a capacity for stoicism and understatement (stiff upper lip), but that seems to have been lossed to a generation of hugging and crying, selfish brats. There's also a tendency for ignorance to be camouflaged by humour! :wink:

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Can confirm that Jack Warner was the brother of Gert and Daisy, even though it does give away my age to some extent! I believe he even performed with them as a youngster.

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And thanks to this forum the world now has it's answer.......

 

The definition of 'Britishness' is a load of people talking nonsense :lol:

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'Sling back desert wellies' (sandals) tend to make that happen Obs but a good pummice stone or foot lotion can work wonders and may soften you :lol::wink:

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