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Started by RabbyBunnit on 05-Mar-2011 20:51:40
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RabbyBunnit - 05 Mar 2011 20:53:07 (#1 of 2418)

On moving to these forums....

fogger - 05-Mar-2011 19:26:16 ( #393 of 400)

So, do I live here now?

crabbsie - 05-Mar-2011 19:30:05 ( #394 of 400)

Yes, yes you do.

samesamebutdifferent - 05-Mar-2011 19:32:02 ( #395 of 400)

...and this is your new mummy, and here is your new daddy...

samesamebutdifferent - 06 Mar 2011 21:26:03 (#2 of 2418)

popstar7 - 06-Mar-2011 21:20:22 ( #439 of 444)

People in Barcelona don't eat pizzas, they just endlessly pass it around the table in intricate patterns.

Pentecost - 06 Mar 2011 21:50:25 (#3 of 2418)

do I live here now?



In a football folder?

RabbyBunnit - 06 Mar 2011 22:03:12 (#4 of 2418)

Luxury!

We, all 206,495 of us, lived in a soggy cardbox box in a septic tank before we found this place.

ChapeauNo5 - 06 Mar 2011 22:51:39 (#5 of 2418)

charliecroker - 01:58pm Nov 8, 2006 GMT ( #840 of 1438)

Malt whiskey, drambuie ( know thats spelt wrong) and vodka. Oh and I really like pimms in the summer.

TomRoss73 - 02:00pm Nov 8, 2006 GMT ( #844 of 1438)

Drambuie?!

charliecroker - 02:01pm Nov 8, 2006 GMT ( #845 of 1438)

I drink it tom, I dont have to spell it first.



That, ladies and gentlemen, is a stone-cold Classic Quote.

SteveFrench - 07 Mar 2011 13:18:19 (#6 of 2418)

No, this is:

MadamGeorge - Mar 7, 2011 1:13:20 PM ( #28 of 30)

The latest commentators phrase that has started grating on me is "He has put in a good shift today". Where did that bollocks come from?

Bonusy - Mar 7, 2011 1:15:37 PM ( #29 of 30)

The early half of the 20th century, when shift-work started to become a common practice for those employed in the manufacturing sectors.

SteveFrench - 07 Mar 2011 20:42:30 (#7 of 2418)

On Prince Andrew:

CaroleBristol - Mar 7, 2011 7:02:51 PM ( #11 of 17)

He is definitely his father's son, isn't he?

PaperRustler - Mar 7, 2011 7:10:38 PM ( #12 of 17)

Not definitely, no.

crabbsie - 22 Mar 2011 23:42:13 (#8 of 2418)

VinceNoir - 22-Mar-2011 11:00:00 ( #2085 of 2156)

My old team leader used to say "pacifically" all of the time, and I just used to correct her straight away.

She didn't seem to realise what I was doing either, and not once mentioned it.

She must have just thought I had crap Tourettes.

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Globulin - 14 Apr 2011 14:08:23 (#11 of 2418)

Funeral parlour offer

Chazzer - Apr 14, 2011 2:03:50 PM ( #80 of 80) Tescos have too- when my F-i-L died suddenly, his step-son (who admittidly is, shall we say, a sandwich short of a picnic and stacks shelves at Tescos) suggested to his mum with me and my grieving wife there that Tescos might provide a decent undertaking service. I am sure they do, but I did have a serious problem not bursting into laughter.

Needless to say, my step-M-i-L didn't think it appropriate.

Could have got mega-extra points on her clubcard tho'.

Chazzer - 24 Apr 2011 00:09:15 (#12 of 2418)

OOO never had a CQ before. Not sure of t he form anymore- won;t say thanks cos someone will get the 'ump.

Chazzer - 24 Apr 2011 00:09:44 (#13 of 2418)

I'm a bit pissed BTW. HAHAHA

SteveFrench - 24 Apr 2011 15:17:14 (#14 of 2418)

You Tube link showing Lionel Messi deliberately boot the ball into the crowd

Moschops - Apr 20, 2011 11:27:58 AM ( #4786 of 5064)

From the comments:

did´╗┐ he get yellow carded? he doesnt deserve a yellow card, he deserves to get butt fucked

Not sure I'd be too keen on seeing that poster ref a game.

SteveFrench - 25 Apr 2011 20:19:18 (#15 of 2418)

Classic straight batting

MadamGeorge - Mar 7, 2011 1:13:20 PM ( #28 of 71)

The latest commentators phrase that has started grating on me is "He has put in a good shift today". Where did that bollocks come from?

Bonusy - Mar 7, 2011 1:15:37 PM ( #29 of 71)

The early half of the 20th century, when shift-work started to become a common practice for those employed in the manufacturing sectors

Moschops - 25 Apr 2011 20:28:30 (#16 of 2418)

you really like that one don't you Steve

SteveFrench - 25 Apr 2011 20:31:28 (#17 of 2418)

Dammit! I wondered why I didn't post it up before?

MadamGeorge - 27 Apr 2011 12:20:55 (#18 of 2418)

Just caught up with the Computery things thread, discussion on how to use Facebook:

dominoboy - Apr 21, 2011 1:49:39 PM ( #74 of 81)

Yep. I just wanna exchange messages with friends and share pictures. I don't care about 'John was in the pub last night' or 'John and David are now friends' etc.

Bonusy - Apr 21, 2011 1:54:08 PM ( #75 of 81)

Oh aye, gotcha. So you'll just be using the picture and inbox functions, no 'news' stream crap. Sounds quite sensible.

dominoboy - Apr 21, 2011 2:03:09 PM ( #76 of 81)

Is that what they claim it is? 'News'?

Bonusy - Apr 21, 2011 2:26:02 PM ( #77 of 81)

Think so. Not sure, I stopped using FaBo cos it's full o'crap. Still, hiding all that crap and using the other bits, I'd not actually thought of doing that.

dominoboy - Apr 21, 2011 2:36:50 PM ( #78 of 81)

OOH! I gave Bonus an idea aboot technology!

<is deid proud>

Bonusy - Apr 21, 2011 2:55:15 PM ( #79 of 81)

Imagine how I feel.

Moschops - 04 May 2011 10:55:00 (#19 of 2418)

baddams - 04-May-2011 07:34:05 ( #151 of 165)

Woah! 'Later'? Don't leave me alone in a pub with SWalshy for an hour. I'll be both paryletic and have lost all my days pocket money on the pool table.

And yeah, what's a 'Russian pie'?

dreams99 - 04-May-2011 08:41:03 ( #155 of 165)

Paryletic?

PaperRustler - 04-May-2011 08:45:58( #157 of 165)

Are you coming, dreams?

baddams - 04-May-2011 08:52:21 ( #158 of 165)

Over a typo?

crabbsie - 04 May 2011 13:44:55 (#20 of 2418)

My favourite cross post of the day

baddams - 04-May-2011 13:41:36 ( #174 of 176)

You sit on strange mens laps after a couple of drinks. I call that exciting.

Walshy - 04-May-2011 13:41:53 ( #175 of 176)

Lies!

Been a good few years...

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