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From General Discussion / Jimmy Savile
Posted 7 Oct 12 16:31
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All I know is that his mate Garry Glitter deeply regrets taking his computer to PC World, he should have got Jim to fix it for him.

 
From General Discussion / Happy New Year One and All
Posted 2 Jan 12 18:17
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Happy New Year you lot

 
From General Discussion / English Olympic village on time and on budget
Posted 28 Jul 11 19:44
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Quote: Dr Jon

I applied for the vole vaulting.
They offered me shrew shotput - it's just not the same.






Try, swan shot

 
From General Discussion / English Olympic village on time and on budget
Posted 28 Jul 11 18:41
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Quote: Skoob1999

Is it true that they're holding the badger baiting at Landfill Tawny Les?

That's a lie, we only do hedgehog hurling in Landfill Tawny



 
From General Discussion / English Olympic village on time and on budget
Posted 27 Jul 11 19:42
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This just goes to show what can be done with English tax payers money and an East European labour force. Makes me proud

 
From Magazine Discussion / Thought For The Day, With Frankie Howerd
Posted 26 Jul 11 19:51
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Mr Quint, you did it again. I don't exactly like giving 5 to my "competitors"but you leave me no other choice. Please kindly refrain from being funny, it's not like its a big ask after all

 
From General Discussion / North v South
Posted 25 Jul 11 17:52
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Quote: Skoob1999

ICF - Old Trafford 1984...


I recall 1984. A handful of ICF went up and kicked some gay Northern arses




 
From General Discussion / North v South
Posted 24 Jul 11 21:33
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Quote: Dr Jon

I think it's offices now. Park is still there.



Shame, I used to love walking around the greenhouse on a summer's day. Then walk down the road for a pint of Bullseye and a bag of chips (with gravy on). Oh well, happy days back in 77




 
From Magazine Discussion / 27 - Mathematics, Amy Winehouse and Crossroads
Posted 24 Jul 11 21:22
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Quote: IainB

It's statistically insignificant.

Shame, really.

Iain



Never let the truth get in the way of a good story.





 
From General Discussion / North v South
Posted 24 Jul 11 21:19
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Quote: Dr Jon

Depends. Golf course or cemetery end?


Opposite the park with the big greenhouse. 112a as I recall.





 
From General Discussion / North v South
Posted 24 Jul 11 21:15
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Quote: Rebel Not Taken

Ecoutez Les
you do live up North
Essex is North of London

Some parts of Essex are further South than central London. They have maps now, put your whippet down and have a look.

 
From Magazine Discussion / Paul Morley Reviews The Next Big Thing
Posted 24 Jul 11 21:09
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Then it was about time to release it.
Any more rambles?


 
From Magazine Discussion / Paul Morley Reviews The Next Big Thing
Posted 24 Jul 11 20:38
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I like that a lot. Five from me, aha

 
From General Discussion / North v South
Posted 24 Jul 11 20:32
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I lived up North once, Chorley New Road in Bolton. I lived in Blackpool too. Has it changed much in forty years?

 
From General Discussion / North v South
Posted 24 Jul 11 15:33
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The south is better. The Queen could live anywhere she wants but she chose the south. Can't imagine Buckingham Palace in Manchester. All they do up north is keep whippets and racing pigeons.

I did hear a story about a northerner who lost his wife. He asked the stone mason to put on her headstone; "Lord she were thine". When he went to have a look at the grave he was upset to notice that the stone said; "Lord she were thin". He told the stone mason that he had missed an "e"off the inscription. The mason apologised and said he would put it right.

The man returned to the grave the next day to see the amended stone. This time is read; "Lord, e she were thin"

Please send all hate mail to Les Being, Box 56, the beautiful South.

 
From General Discussion / Genius
Posted 21 Jul 11 22:38
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Quote: Erskin Quint

Marvellous stuff:

Sandy Powell


Saw him at Butlins in the 60's



 
From Magazine Discussion / Miserable (Not To Be Confused With Stephen King's 'Misery') Part 2
Posted 21 Jul 11 18:37
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OK, I gave it five so tell me what happens next? Does he get away or does she get a cook book?

 
From General Discussion / 50+
Posted 21 Jul 11 18:30
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Quote: Tommy Twinkle

Used to always be seeing dead cats along the kerbs when I was a boy. More traffic nowadays but rarely see a dead cat. Wonder why that is!


They were nearly all wiped out in the "kerbside cat cull"of the late 60's. Not that many left.

 
From General Discussion / 50+
Posted 21 Jul 11 18:20
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Quote: Tommy Twinkle

Fry's Chocolate Cream ; NO.6/Sovereign/Guards (Ciggies.) ;Ilford films ; Standard fireworks (don't know if they're still going - what was the other name of them? ;small plastic circular things you'd spin on a plastic thingy by tightening up a rubber band - hold it up, release the band. and wheeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee the plastic circular thingy would fly up in the air! (Or was there a piece of string that had to be pulled?)- Memory going-losing me marbles...oh yeah, MARBLES, and flicking picture cards up the wall (PG tips picture cards).



Frys chocolate but with fruit flavour (colour) instead of cream. Astra fireworks, they also did indoor fireworks. Probably never get that one past the fascists PC brigade today. Imagine the conversation, "I know, let's make small fireworks and sell them for indoor use".

 
From General Discussion / 50+
Posted 21 Jul 11 17:58
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Aztec bar, amazin raisin bar, lucky bags, jamboree bags, bazooka Joe, clackers, Smiths crisps with blue salt bag, golden nuggets cereal, Hi-Karate, Hot Wheels, I-Spy books, John Bull printing outfit, Kensitas King Size fags, Skippy, Milk Tray chocolate bar, Pepsodent toothpaste, Record making machines in railway stations, Slinky, Watneys red barrel, Spangles, Wonderloaf, broken biscuits from Woolworths. Party seven (stand well back, I think I may of shook it a bit on the way here)

I lived through all these.


 
From General Discussion / Easy way to double your money
Posted 20 Jul 11 21:16
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OK, I was assistant editor for The King James Bible.

I had a few beers last night. I remember writing something about peas on one of the threads. I can't find it now. What a clutz

 
From General Discussion / Easy way to double your money
Posted 20 Jul 11 21:07
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Ha, beat all your arses, I'm 56. Medal please

 
From General Discussion / Easy way to double your money
Posted 20 Jul 11 20:35
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Quote: Skoob1999

Hughie Green, it was.

Him and Monica Rose.

Double Your Money.

Regards

M. Miles.


I do hope you mean that most sincerely folks. And yes, you are very old!

I'll open the box

 
From General Discussion / Pure genius
Posted 20 Jul 11 20:32
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Quote: armfeetandtoe

Listen, you pervert, its people like you that give places like this a bad name.

I may be a man, but my breasts are big and firm. Well,on a friday night. Any chance of an interview?



Arm xxx



OK, I'll put you on the list. I will need to see the breasts and how good you are with goats.

 
From General Discussion / Easy way to double your money
Posted 20 Jul 11 17:40
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Take it out your wallet, fold it in half and put it back

 
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