I'm sorry, but wrong again. Danish is close, just move a bit southwards language-wise and you get there.CrimsonAvenger wrote:Alright, I don't think it can be Walter Stringfellow Taberer in any way, so may be, wildly, it could be Thomas Reginald Forbes?
Reginald - middle name of Walter Reginald Hammond. "forbe" in Danish seems to mean "reserve". The reserve player has come out with the drinks in pic 2. And since we need "forbes" and not "forbe", you have shown a plurality of balls there in pic 3, just to include an "s" at the end of "forbe", may be.
If this is not the answer, I give up
I'll keep this open just a bit longer, although I'm not sure when I'll be able to next log in.