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March 22, 2010

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I was part of the rescue party, having succssful managed to alert the relevant authorities of his plight he was then taken into care. He wrote to me once, describing a trafic accident in farringdon which left him with a broken leg. I haven't heard anything since. Let me know if you hear anything ...

Jethro! Where have you been? You haven't returned any of my calls. At first I was concerned, now I'm just lonely. I miss you.

Ignore him he is just being shellfish...

Do I get extra credit if I had an innocent pot for lunch?

I used to go to primary school with him! He was my best mate and we were always playing on the swings together! I think he means what he says... he can't breathe. I hope to goodness someone rescued him in time, I'm logging on to Friends Reunited to find out.

Unbelievable! After all this time!

I believe he is the twin of Mr. Prawn Souffle who we wound strolling around a well known bar chain in Reading Town centre one Friday night

http://www.facebook.com/home.php?#!/photo.php?pid=11425317&id=797020316


Sadly i fear this is a set up. The crustacean that wrote the note was clearly alive. Sadly this one is dead. Only cooked prawns have that distinct colour. I fear the victim in the picture is merely a p(r)awn to cover up something far more devious......

I recognise him, pay no attention he was always over dramatic. He ‘pinched’ my girlfriend Sally, she sold seashells on the seashell shore and he stole her away from me promising her good times in the city, with flambéed cuisine and fine cognac. He’s clearly had one glass too many, he was always a sucker for Muscadet.

My mate Terri Shrimplepicker of the Crustecean Press has assured me this shelled fellow will be Prawn Again.

Definitely Prawn Connery plotting his escape from Goldfishfinger.

I know of this crustacean by reputation...a right fishy character. Bit of a scamp and know in the business as Tiger. Used to mix it up a lot with Rose-marie but seen about with hotter characters of late. Mackerel the knife is looking for him, something to do with a few sqid he owes. Last seen can-noodling in Singapore.

Yes his name's Roderick and my mate Sophie fixed us up on a blind date. I didn't fancy him though, he didn't come out of his shell much, apart to talk about his asthma, which I found pretty dull. Maybe his condition was worse than I thought.

G'day mates! I was in Murphy's Law the other day. It is an irish pub in brisbane and we made a pub crawl there. I think I saw the prawn there. Must be, that he swam over!!!

This is really sick... I'm a veggie. So much for 'innocent'. You people are screwed up.

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