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Patti Cake
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Posted: 7 Sep 12 12:35
Prostitutes Suffering in Austerity Britain - hilarious Captain Sausage - I laughed my socks off.

I've led a sheltered life - what's a brown trout surprise?

LOL

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Posted: 7 Sep 12 12:58
It's when you pay for a Rainbow Fish, and they whip out a brown trout instead, shouting "Surprise".

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Posted: 7 Sep 12 13:14

Quote: Patti Cake

Prostitutes Suffering in Austerity Britain - hilarious Captain Sausage - I laughed my socks off.

I've led a sheltered life - what's a brown trout surprise?

LOL


I don't think any explanation could ever describe it accurately enough using mere words. It's sort of like a haddock job but with extra dirty sauce and it requires twice as much elbow grease as a "herring off".

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Posted: 7 Sep 12 13:17
Thanks guys

If anyone has the recipe I thought my husband might fancy it for a change for his tea.

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Posted: 7 Sep 12 14:05
I can virtually guarantee he would like it for his tea.

It's very easy...

I suggest you wear an apron. And heels. Just that.

Invite him into the kitchen to help. Now take your brown trout and bend to put it in the oven. It takes a good few minutes to position it in the oven (set to gas mark zero).

You're husband already knows the rest of the instructions.

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Debbie.

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Posted: 7 Sep 12 15:09
What are you his agent or summfink Fruitgum? Don't tell me....you've got a book coming out next month... 50 Shades Of Sausage

Now I dont want to come across as peda...pedent..padnt.....a right whining twat but this is in the wrong forum folks. In point of fact it should be in News Discussion or Magazine Discussion and can quite easily be sent winging its way to either of those quiet little havens of cerebral debate and whispered diatribes by clicking on the "Discuss This Story In The Forum" option at the bottom, if you'll pardon the expression.

Should go down a treat to be fair as we love a bit of smut on this manor. Lap it up we do. In fact there used to be a geezer that was forever knocking about in here called Colonel Juan, now sadly no longer with us, who would have loved this one so much he'd have written a whole treatise on it, trust me.

As you were.

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Posted: 7 Sep 12 15:16
Blame me Clive.....I'm going senile. I'm always putting things in the wrong places, wrong holes etc. Its my age.

I had to be quick as my boss was looking over my shoulder. Thats the position he normally takes with me.....oops!

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Posted: 7 Sep 12 15:32
My boss adopts a similar position, Patti.

She's always doing it.

And there are no wrong holes. So I've discovered.

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Posted: 7 Sep 12 15:41
No.....No.....No.....NO! Don't berate yourself for this one PC! I blame my taciturn manner and insufferably holier than thou attitude on the fact that I had what we cockneys refer to as a bull and cow (a heated disagreement) with an extremely beautiful member of the opposite species last night, a situation which now thankfully has been resolved.

It's an old old truism that love's brickbats and outrageous slings and arrows doth make pedin....paden....pendan......twats of us all.

You've only got to tune into an episode of Eastenders to see that



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Posted: 7 Sep 12 16:39
The prostitutes round my way aren't struggling at all.

In fact, I noticed a couple of them sporting brand new cold sores just the other day.

Beauties they are as well, must've cost the tarts a small fortune.

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Posted: 7 Sep 12 18:46 - Edited By: Jaggedone, 7 Sep 12 18:46
Clive boy, I luv having u around here, certainly fills a void since the Rt Hon officer with the Pancho moussy left. So glad you took a diplomatic Cockney right turn pointing our Pat A C in the right direction!

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Posted: 7 Sep 12 18:56
You know me JoJo, diplomatic and altruistic to an absolute fault son.

Hope you're keeping well you old bugger.

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Posted: 7 Sep 12 19:57
of course

just listening to Dire Straits / Romeo & Juliet!



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You know me JoJo, diplomatic and altruistic to an absolute fault son.

Hope you're keeping well you old bugger.


Monkey nutter...

 
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