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Tonight's lesson will be at 18.00 and will be the raising of the eyebrow. . . . good grief I can see from all the attempts around me that this lesson is sorely needed.

Perhaps this example will help . . . I will see you all in the library at 18.00.

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Posted at 28th Apr 2008 - 10:08AM   Posted by Westerwitch   Call to Lessons Comments: 16

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Blossomcottage's Avatar Uploaded Image

I don't need lessons I 'M BRILL AT IT but then again Blossom
well need I say more

Posted by: Blossomcottage on 28th Apr 2008 at 10:17AM

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Westerwitch's Avatar . . .sigh . . .Well just make sure Blossom is there please HOH . . . and then after class you can help her practice.

Posted by: Westerwitch on 28th Apr 2008 at 10:20AM

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Snailbeachshepherdess's Avatar ooooooo I can do this ...with feeling ...better than that bloke can anyway! Will we be doing 'death looks'? My boys refer to THAT look I could give that said ...'you just wait 'til I have got you home becuse you are in BIG trouble'....I've already got A levels in 'Death looks'.......looks like a bit of skiving off for me then.....Laughing

Posted by: Snailbeachshepherdess on 28th Apr 2008 at 10:28AM

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Westerwitch's Avatar No skivving for you SBS - death looks are a very last resort and best only used on children - however we will cover those and perhaps you would be kind enough to demostarte . . . but we will also teach you a much more subtle and effective version . . .but one step at a time, eyebrow first.

Posted by: Westerwitch on 28th Apr 2008 at 10:39AM

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Tattie Weasle's Avatar Bear stares?????

Posted by: Tattie Weasle on 28th Apr 2008 at 11:11AM

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Camilla's Avatar See you at eyebrow lifting in the library this evening...Rolling Eyes

Camilla.xxx

Posted by: Camilla on 28th Apr 2008 at 11:38AM

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Cait's Avatar I don't think I need this, can I be excused?

Posted by: Cait on 28th Apr 2008 at 11:48AM

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Cait's Avatar PS Who is the Latin lover type?

Will he be there?

Posted by: Cait on 28th Apr 2008 at 11:48AM

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Milla's Avatar yes, I was wondering, hoping the same Cait?? Blink

Posted by: Milla on 28th Apr 2008 at 12:14PM

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Faith's Avatar I can't raise one eyebrow..... nor can I fold my tongue up like a..... what are those things called, gingery, that you fill with whipped cream, one of them anyway!

Posted by: Faith on 28th Apr 2008 at 01:32PM

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Patsy's Avatar Brandy snap?

Posted by: Patsy on 28th Apr 2008 at 01:45PM

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Milla's Avatar I can't roll my tongue either, tho E and the boys can.

Posted by: Milla on 28th Apr 2008 at 01:48PM

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KittyB's Avatar For those that can't raise their eyebrows, perhaps the Headmistress would allow me to present an appendix to this evening's lesson, entitled 'Extreme Eyebrow Plucking - How to Look Astonished All The Time'? I find that frequently I retain the Cruella De Vil arch-eyebrow look after a visit to a beauty salon. No need for raising the eyebrows in surprise or reproach, also saves on those unsightly wrinkles of the forehead.

Posted by: KittyB on 28th Apr 2008 at 02:35PM

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Westerwitch's Avatar Actually KittyB whether people can raise one, or both or not all eyebrows should be well turned out - so perhaps everyone should be shown how to 'pluck' now we can add this on to the lesson, or start before the lesson.

Posted by: Westerwitch on 28th Apr 2008 at 02:40PM

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Lampworkbeader's Avatar Any more of the latin lover types and it will be blood pressure that's raised not eyebrows

Posted by: Lampworkbeader on 28th Apr 2008 at 04:16PM

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Unpeuloufoque's Avatar French women seem to have eye brows plucked so they look permantly surprised which of course minimizes wear and tear on foreheads adn avoidsd unsightly frown lines...I can eye brow raise for England but do think practise in any sprot is vital to keep up[ your skills so shall be there.

Posted by: Unpeuloufoque on 28th Apr 2008 at 05:50PM

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