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Iain Hogg's 21st
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Iain Hogg's 21st

A bunch of young Croms (what is the correct collective noun?) at Iain's 21st.
Picture added on 04 January 2006
Comments:
has any one seen that crocodile since?
Added by Its Beloveded Carer Tipper on 07 January 2006
well some are young, on closer inspection you can see that old crazy cat jon boy
Added by Anon on 07 January 2006
tipper your spelling is atrocious as usual !!! looking at the photo and seeing who is in it I pity that poor croc who ever has it
Added by Anon on 09 January 2006
What a tremendous night it was. A fitting tribute to my favourite Crom. The nicest person you could ever meet. Wait a minute...I thought it was a photo from Isla's 21st. Hahaha.
Added by Greig on 10 January 2006
No Harbourmaster Hogg? Away with a dog is my guess!
Added by Treasurer of the David Hogg Fan Club on 21 January 2006
The largest migration of croms since the great parton-famine of 19oatcake. sorry tipper bud, the croc croaked on the way into the club we went to, partly due to the fact i launched him down the line on the way in, but at least he went out the way he had always hoped: crowd surfing!
Added by Ciaran on 03 April 2006
Look where Isla's left hand is.

Shock.
And by the look on Rocco's face i think we can tell where her right hand is aswell!
Added by Nick on 03 October 2006
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