By catherine / Friday 17 June 2011 11:32 / United Kingdom
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  Veraymix  |  6

Dive in and get it!

  MrSassypants  |  31

Wait... what do you mean next time? Next time he drops his camera off the London bridge? How is OP going to have better luck? Did I ask 5 questions? Nope. How about now? Yes.

  rattusrattus  |  18

Yeah, they did. Got a museum under it.

I'm still wondering if they meant the actual London Bridge, or if they mixed it up with Tower Bridge (named after the Tower of London and has four big towers as part of it), which is a common mistake.

  ericownz101  |  0

116 they moved the whole thing to arizona. Brick by brick then rebuilt it. and theres no museum under it, just a bunch of shops around it. i'm like an hour away so i've been there a ton :D

  MrSassypants  |  31

104 but were you calling her ugly? JK.

Also for people who are going to say I don't have a pic of myself and I could be ugly, I know I don't and how can a handsome devil like me be ugly? JK. I think I look... umm... descent?

  thebatboy  |  4

I can't stand shutterbugs. and, if OP was smart, they would have had a couple of memory sticks or rolls of film, so all of the pictures won't be lost. if all of the pictures were on one, then 1) stupid and 2) u didn't take enough pictures for 4 months. think about that.

  brittwo  |  0

The whole point of having a camera is to have pictures of memorable events. Getting a new one will not fix the fact that the OP lost a lot of important pictures.

  rainer13  |  11

The London Bridge was taken apart and then reconstructed in Arizona. A more modern one was then rebuilt in London. So, technically, there's two London Bridges.