Clivey & Gaz in “Lest We Forget”

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Dug up by Gary Hoadley. Lovingly tended by Clivey Dee

Scene One – A Small Plot Of Land In Picturesque Spitalfields, East London.

“Hello Gaz, what you doin here son?”
“Thought I would have a sit darn mate”.
“There’s lots of flowers aint there bruv?”.
“Yeah, I thought it was a cemetery Clivey”.
“Nah  can’t be. There’s no grave stones Gaz”.
“It’s very quiet though innit mate”.
“Absolutely dead mate”.
“Yeah dead”.
“What made you come here then son?”
“Can’t remember”.
“Can’t remember what Gaz? What can’t you remember son?”
“What I came here for”.
“Peace and quiet, interposed with brief moments of introspective musing and profound contemplation was it mate?”
“No, I came here to remember something”.
“What was that then squire? What did you come to remember?”
“Can’t remember”
“That’s bad Gaz, That’s very bad my son”
“You’re telling me old china, it said;” Garden of Remembrance” on the the sign over the gate”.
“How long you been here Gaz?”
“Two weeks tomorrer Clivey”.
“Shame”.
“Yeah shame”.

 

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2 responses to “Clivey & Gaz in “Lest We Forget”

  1. I was going to say…Erm…Now then…Forgotten.

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    • ratty

      I think I know what it was . . . it was probably along the lines of “I must give ratty back that £100 that I have absolutely no recollection of borrowing.”

      Yes, yes . . . that’ll be what you were trying to remember !

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