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#1
I have been trying, without success to upload a picture for my 'Avatar'. I keep getting the message only 10kb permitted, or something similar.

Having seen other users pictures, this cannot be the case.

Would like to add a picture to my profile, but am not having much luck.

Any advice would be appreciated. And that's not advice on how to get a woman or a life. I already have both.

Thanks.
 
#9
I like it, and it is relavant to 'Nottyash'.

Oh and the Oxford English Dictionary Police are in. What Have I spelt incorrectly?

If it's Avatar, I have just checked the dictionary and it ain't there guv.
 
#18
Is not. From Wiki:

Knotty Ash
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Knotty Ash
Knotty Ash (Merseyside)
Knotty Ash

Knotty Ash shown within Merseyside
OS grid reference SJ408911
Metropolitan borough City of Liverpool
Metropolitan county Merseyside
Region North West
Constituent country England
Sovereign state United Kingdom
Post town LIVERPOOL
Postcode district L14
Dialling code 0151
Police Merseyside
Fire Merseyside
Ambulance North West
European Parliament North West England
List of places: UK • England • Merseyside

Coordinates: [show location on an interactive map] 53°24?50?N 2°53?27?W? / ?53.4138, -2.8907

Knotty Ash is an area of Liverpool, Merseyside, England and a Liverpool City Council Ward.

It derived its name from a gnarled ash tree, and was made famous in the United Kingdom by stand-up comedian and local resident Ken Dodd. In 2004, Mr Dodd planted a new ash tree close to the site of the original (outside the Knotty Ash pub). According to the 1969 BBC children's television programme Ken Dodd And The Diddymen, the fictitious Diddyland, boasting the highest sunshine rate in the world, was situated in the centre of Knotty Ash. [1]

Knotty Ash is mentioned in the lyrics of the Song Liverpool Lullaby by Cilla Black.

Knotty Ash railway station, on the North Liverpool Extension Line, once served the area.

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And yes, I'm bored.
 

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