We asked you to think of something appropriately witty for this image taken from our War Reporters article about William Beach Thomas, featured in the November issue of Military History Matters. Here are the winners:
“War correspondents marvel at the length and girth of German engineered asparagus.” — Christopher Warner
“The Chelsea Flower Show during the war years.” — Albert Cornell
“The early Garden Gnome designs were not very popular.” — Jonathan Smith
Why not “Usque ad Astra?” ?
With full respect,
“‘Tis strange to find a phallic symbol out here!
I can only assume this has come from an Australian bombing practice run!
War correspondents marvel at the length and girth of German engineered asparagus.
That’s the first time that those pills have worked – yes, perhaps he should not have taken his Ion Tablets at the same time.
Corporal, I understand the Jerry’s will want the potatoes, but could you explain the bit about Mrs. Nesbitt setting it off with a hammer again? I think we are missing something.
“Worst case of Shell Shock I`ve ever seen”.
Bloomin’ eck! How did that get there?
The Chelsea Flower Show during the war years.
The early Garden Gnome designs were not very popular.
“Made in China?”
I`ve got a big one
Great fountain, but who’s going to make the holes for the water?
‘Damndest large lipstick I’ve ever seen, what?
Well we were told to shell out on some new flowers – create an explosion of colour…