It’s traditional

In which we remember tradition

Event of the day: the annual Haxey Hood game, somewhere near the top of the list of vaguely-pagan rural traditions which are largely just an excuse for a drunken mud-wrestle. Information here, here and here.

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  1. Colleague M says:

    Hello FP. My sister, Lydia, asked me the name of your website again today before offering, “Is it ‘Will in the woods’?” I told her the name of it but I think she’ll be upset to find that you haven’t written about her for some time. You could write something about how horrible she was today when she made her little girl cry after saying she looked like a horse. The reason for this was that after asking my niece if she thought she (Lid) sang like an angel, my niece replied quite sincerely, “No”.

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