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photoblog image Bakewell  Museum 4/7

Bakewell Museum 4/7

Some of the upstairs room are portrayed as bedrooms and apart from the furniture suitably dresses mannequins are used, in this case a maid dealing with her mistresses somewhat extensive undergarment. To gentleman viewers no 'French maid' jokes please :)

Bakewell Museum 4/7

Some of the upstairs room are portrayed as bedrooms and apart from the furniture suitably dresses mannequins are used, in this case a maid dealing with her mistresses somewhat extensive undergarment. To gentleman viewers no 'French maid' jokes please :)

comments (8)

  • Ray
  • United States
  • 28 Jan 2016, 00:49
Did you hear the one about the maid...French she was...

Ok...enough!

The mannequins are good, Brian...add to the story a lot!
Brian Walbey: I've probably heard that one Ray smile There is another mannequin coming up at the weekend.
These mannequins are well done indeed Brian!
Brian Walbey: They are indeed Richard, another one over the weekend.
  • Chris
  • England
  • 28 Jan 2016, 06:46
Brilliantly portrayed, I'll keep other comments to myself
Brian Walbey: Thanks Chris, I can't think what comments they could be smile
Now, I find this quite hilarious as it reminds me of typical English humour of a man dressed as a French maid. I am glad to be female so I could have my laugh and post it too.
Brian Walbey: The other male English humour is about ladies dressed as French Maids but I don't think I will go further on that subject Mary.
No comment...
Brian Walbey: Is that just in case your new lady wife reads what you might think about ladies dressed like this Frank?
Blimey they look rather fancy Brian.
Brian Walbey: I think they were called 'passion killers' in the old days Chad.
I don't think they'll fit her!
Brian Walbey: A tad on the large size Tom.
that undergarment should keep her warm and safe from sexual advances Brian... the wax figures work well in the museum....petersmile
Brian Walbey: They are what were generally termed as 'passion killers' I think Peter, the reason being self explanatory I believe.

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