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Gulliver’s travels

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Gulliver's travels He wore a large shirt with short sleeves and no buttons down the front. The shirt was made from cotton, this was proven by a large label that hung from the stitching on the inside of the giants shirt which said, '100% cotton'. His hair was stiffened into spikes at the front of his brow; this must have been done with some sort of cream. Someone suggested this was for decoration. Now came the task of searching his immense pockets. Two men armed with large sticks entered the pocket of the giant's trousers on his left thigh. The pockets were large enough for the men to walk into them with out having to duck their heads. ...read more.

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These locked together when the wallet flaps were pushed together, two men struggled to prize the flaps open. Once opened we found quite a few items contained in the wallet. The first was a plastic card that was named 'cashcard'. This claimed it belonged to Natwest bank and had a strange image on it that changed to different colours when it caught the light of the sun. The next item was a large bank note of a currency that we had not heard of. The bank note read "I promise to pay the bearer five pounds on demand." It belonged to the Bank of England and had a picture of a lady who we presumed to be the queen of England. ...read more.

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The last item was a strange portrait of a young lady perfectly drawn on a very shiny paper, we were amazed at the quality of this drawing. Two men entered the pocket on the giants right thigh and produced a rahter large object. We had never seen anything like this before it was very interesting. I will describe this object to you; it is a large, shiny black object about twice as big as a human is. On top of it are 17 buttons. There are ten number buttons (0-9), two buttons with strange markings on them looking like a # and a *, a menu button, a C button, a button with four arrows on it (one arrow that says OK) and another two buttons with strange symbols on them. ...read more.

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