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Posted by: alex wilkins on 23 Oct 2015 16:09 pm Post #499
From : london

brilliant work and always look forward to Yobs in PE - long may you continue to make me smile
Posted by: Tim on 15 Oct 2015 9:38 am Post #498
From : Beccles

Hello Tony,
I used to subscribe to Oink..! loved it when that dropped through my letterbox... Still have my Pigpal membership wallet somewhere actually.
And you were involved with Round the Bend too. Legendary!
Cheers for giving me some great laughs in my childood!
I'll be re-watching RtB now I've discovered it here :)
Posted by: Pete on 15 Oct 2015 1:16 am Post #496
From : Scunthorpe

Thanks for the memories. I used to tell people about a show I could barely remember about a giant banana attacking a city. They used to look at me like I was insane I knew I wasn't it all came back as soon as I started rewatching thanks again you and everyone else involved truly are legends.
Posted by: Tony Richards on 05 Oct 2015 10:19 am Post #495
From : Oxford

Years ago I cut out one of your 'toons (from Private eye, I think) and have a chuckle at it every now and then. It's titled 'The Old days' and features an exchange near a corner flag between a simply-kitted footballer (no logos!) and a simply-dressed, enscarfed fan (the fans are all smiling, too!).
Fan:" I say old chap, your team's full of rotters".
Player:"On the contrary old man, I believe we're a jolly decent bunch". Were those the days?
Great stuff, thanks!
Posted by: Steph Hinton on 24 Sep 2015 12:31 pm Post #494
From : Quatt, Bridgnorth

We so can't wait till you visit Quatt ... love your stuff and its going to inspire us for our first BIG DRAW event the next day fantastic xx
Posted by: Steph Hinton on 24 Sep 2015 11:46 am Post #493
From : Quatt, Bridgnorth

We so can't wait till you visit Quatt ... love your stuff and its going to inspire us for our first BIG DRAW event the next day fantastic xx
Posted by: SuMay Lee on 16 Sep 2015 14:01 pm Post #492
From : Kuala Lumpur

I used to read the Oink! comic when I was young, and loved the Oink! song. Where can I find the lyrics to the song?
Posted by: Julian on 13 Sep 2015 13:08 pm Post #491
From : Chester

I've always enjoyed your work, the visit to your site is prompted by "Table?!!!" in this week's Speccie, which is painfully close to home (our home). Many thanks!
Posted by: Caroline on 28 Aug 2015 17:45 pm Post #490
From : Thame

Loved your cartoons in Tom Benyon's recent account of his walking tour!
Posted by: Julie Slavin on 20 Jul 2015 13:34 pm Post #489

Wonderful, speedy & very funny cartoons in Durham on Saturday afternoon - thank you for the laughs & personal pics for the kids: brilliant!
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