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Caption Competition: ‘Princes Trust? Let’s see how long you can trust this little fella!’


WINNER: ‘Princes Trust? Let’s see how long you can trust this little fella!’ (from BSH Comedy)

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This month’s photo come courtesy of: bbc.com

DATE: 15th August 2015

RUNNERS UP:

‘Camilla startles Charles when her care bear tummy symbol accidentally pops out’. (from Timos)

‘Crikey, that’s an angry looking old bird!’ (from Al O’Pecia)

‘One Eagle and two lame ducks’ (from Artyfartpast)

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2 comments on “Caption Competition: ‘Princes Trust? Let’s see how long you can trust this little fella!’

  1. Timos
    August 15, 2015

    Strange, old birds usually like me.

    Or

    Camilla startles Charles when her care bear tummy symbol accidentally pops out.

  2. Al O'Pecia
    August 15, 2015

    Crikey, that’s an angry looking old bird!

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