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    Default why did I take this photograph

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    Default Re: why did I take this photograph

    Is this a question?
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    Default Re: why did I take this photograph

    only if this is an answer
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    Default Re: why did I take this photograph

    but more to the point..

    I took that photo for a reason... any idea why ?
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    Default Re: why did I take this photograph

    Either to show off your shoes/slippers or as a Rorschach test to see what people see in a stain on a piece of sheet rock?
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    Default Re: why did I take this photograph

    a. You took it by accident.
    b. You wanted to entertain us.
    c. You felt lonely and wanted to start a chat.

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    Default Re: why did I take this photograph

    1. Insurance claim - you've had a leak?
    2. The stain is almost an exact copy of the outline of a Hebradian archpeligo island.
    3. You've had a few and took it by mistake!
    4. It's a map of a distant star constellation.
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    Default Re: why did I take this photograph

    handrawn, you have a granite worktop and you needed the exact location of a number of underneath drill holes so you could register it back properly in place.

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    Default Re: why did I take this photograph

    c. You felt lonely and wanted to start a chat.
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    Default Re: why did I take this photograph

    whoa - some nice replies...

    I most assuredly did not take it by mistake; on whether I had had a few I take the fifth...

    Aim to entertain? - guilty... but not why I took the pic; lonely? meh...

    the moccs are incidental, they just got in the pic because I have big feet

    granite worktop is an ineresting thought; but it is not a worktop any more than it is sheet rock which I understand to be plasterboard wall - it is chipboard flooring

    on that basis jono is on the right lines - not a leak as such, just what you tend to get when you remove bathrrom carpet that has been there for 20/30 years

    I like the idea of the hebradian archpegilo [but not the star constellation] - gary was on the right lines, it's what do I see.. bearing mind I am a cartoonist...
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