After Foolish things, he used the full weight of his legal right forearm and waved it around in a legal fashion, suing Fools everywhere, and himself once, by mistake. The oldest Fool, born in 1872, Dick has now retired to the 'Home for Bewildered Fools', just outside Deal - or in Dick's case - No Deal.
Ralph sold his Strawberry Fools T-shirt, along with all his belongings, within twenty minutes of his final non-power chord - folk music just don't do them rock power chords, man. Having sold out, Ralph then returned to gun crime capital Nottingham, to sell used plectrums for a living.
Bass man, Sittin Les Cotton, returned to centre of blues universe, Morecombe, to invent gadgets galore. His latest prototype - self peeling apples - looked to give Sittin Les his big break, until a maggot infestation caused havoc. He is now working on a cure for agoraphobics - involving planning permission and 10,000 house bricks.
Has a job dropping Pizza Hut leaflets through houses, flats, tenement buildings around the BirkandHare area of Liverpool. vPete did perform once more behind his legendary organ - this time however he enraged the audience by having the volume pedal turned up. He was arrested swiftly after and told never to get his organ...............................
David went from strength to strength, with his recycling company, removing dentures from nil-by-mouth patients at local hospitals, and ebaying them as Gnashers of the Stars. His music career ended abruptly after he was arrested at a local convent, quoting Nana Mascara lyrics.
(As told to David "Fool" Claridge).....
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