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From General Discussion / Acronyms
Posted 30 Jan 13 12:30
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Distribute immediately spaghetti tins. Ravioli in boxes unloading tomorrow evening.



 
From General Discussion / Acronyms
Posted 29 Jan 13 16:05
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'Dessert eel smoked, so ejected,' restaurateur testified.

 
From News Discussion / Ghost Of Margaret Thatcher Seen Again At 10, Downing Street!
Posted 29 Jan 13 14:33
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Quote: queen mudder

....trying to exorcise the spectre of Lady Frances Winchcombe who has been terrifying the parents of the Duchess of Cambridge at their new 5m.......


Scary, that!


'Scary that!'... yeah, he can be scary but I'm sure Derek Acorah means well!


 
From General Discussion / Acronyms
Posted 28 Jan 13 14:56
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Sandwiches are not drivers. Wedge iron clubs heavier. Enjoy sand!

 
From General Discussion / Acronyms
Posted 28 Jan 13 13:13
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Knaresborough (near Alwoodley): Residents eat sticky buns - on royal occasions undercooked gigantic hamburgers.

 
From General Discussion / Acronyms
Posted 28 Jan 13 02:44
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Shiny heads impregnating New York.

 
From General Discussion / Acronyms
Posted 26 Jan 13 19:04
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Youngster observed undressed nun giving Sister Tanya erotic rubs!

 
From General Discussion / Acronyms
Posted 25 Jan 13 21:41
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Nettles emit treacle toffee. Leaves extremely sugary.

 
From General Discussion / Acronyms
Posted 25 Jan 13 18:54
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Soldiers only look daft in Erskine's regimental sporrans

 
From General Discussion / Acronyms
Posted 25 Jan 13 14:29
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Ribena ingredients: Blackberry, escargot, noodles, ants.

 
From General Discussion / Acronyms
Posted 24 Jan 13 20:10
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Yowls often worry Lord Sugar.


 
From General Discussion / Acronyms
Posted 24 Jan 13 16:57
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Treatment retrogressed eighty Armenians. Thirty Moldavians expected next Tuesday.

 
From General Discussion / Acronyms
Posted 23 Jan 13 18:28
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Racehorse acceleration can easily hurt our roan stallion's ears.

 
From General Discussion / Acronyms
Posted 23 Jan 13 18:01
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Driver reversed into very expensive racehorse.

 
From General Discussion / Acronyms
Posted 23 Jan 13 14:52
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Einstein invented nylon stockings - Tesla experimented in nudity.

(True that!)

 
From General Discussion / Acronyms
Posted 22 Jan 13 21:20
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Shit happens - It's Texas!

 
From General Discussion / Acronyms
Posted 22 Jan 13 20:20
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Y-Fronts fornicators reject Obama 'no-talc' suggestion!

 
From General Discussion / Acronyms
Posted 21 Jan 13 19:46
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Samaritans, a moody american red indian tribe are nocturnal scavengers.

 
From General Discussion / Acronyms
Posted 31 Dec 12 19:34
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Game addiction - mental effects.

(Sorry about that Chris - I didn't see the 'saddlebags' one. Seems I didn't scroll down the page far enough!)

 
From General Discussion / Acronyms
Posted 31 Dec 12 17:28
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Resolutions ended soon. Obviously little undertakings that involved one not smoking!

Happy New Year all!

 
From Magazine Discussion / Ron & Fred on The Bible
Posted 24 Dec 12 22:47
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Merry Christmas to you and your family too, Skoob - make sure it's not a sober one (I'm sure you will!)

 
From General Discussion / Dear Spoof
Posted 12 Dec 12 16:41
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Dear Spoof,
Just thought you fine people might like to try a little method of saving money suggested to me by my good friend Mr George Osborne. All you need to do is to put aside in a jar or a tin any two pound coins that come your way. I myself began following this advice in August of this year and have already amassed three of the said coins in my jam jar (rinsed out before starting the savings scheme by my good wife of course).

When I've amassed five of them in my jar, George said five of them will make a total savings of thirteen pounds, I'm going to take Samantha and the children out somewhere nice for us to have a big spend up with them before beginning the whole process again. Do give it a try, it's amazing how quickly one comes to have a significant number of the two pound coins put by.

Toodle pip for now,

David Cameron.



 
From General Discussion / Prank Call Death
Posted 8 Dec 12 18:01
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Though being reported in the press as 'suspected suicide' it seems the death is still being described by police as 'unexplained'. Therefore methinks unwise to jump to any conclusions.

I've yet to read of any suicide note having been found (which doesn't mean there wasn't one). In the absence
of a suicide note (she was a mother with two teenage children)I find myself wondering if this could have been a heart attack.

She was 46 - not old but not young. The job of a nurse involves long hours/shift work. And her duties clearly went beyond the nursing of patients - she was answering calls at the hospital's switchboard. Should a nurse be doing that?Strikes me as being totally inappropriate. The hoax phone call would have added to any stress, and stress is not good for the heart.

But I might be wrong. Perhaps it wasn't a heart attack, perhaps it was suicide. We don't know. That's the point.

Personal opinion. A life of privilege is wrong, and royalty is 'a life of privilege'. The hoax call wouldn't have been made had the patient been a pregnant nurse feeling sick!

TT

 
From General Discussion / Life's Great Pleasures
Posted 28 Nov 12 00:23
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At night when warm in bed and listening to rain striking against my bedroom's window. Even more pleasurable, the sound of rain against the outside canvas of a tent, though only when the tent includes a stitched in waterproof ground sheet. When I'd go camping yurs and yurs ago my one didn't!

 
From News Discussion / English GCSE results: Does it effect peoples ability's in todays journalism?
Posted 8 Nov 12 11:46
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Brillant spoffing! 5*

 
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