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From General Discussion / Wrongly-heard Lyrics
Posted 18 Apr 17 05:19
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Self-explanatory, I think. Here's a couple from me:

1. The Gang Of Four

"I love a man and a unicorn"

2. Sham 69

"If the gimps are united, they will never be divided"


It's not rocket science!

 
From General Discussion / 25 Years Since Frankie Howerd Died
Posted 18 Apr 17 03:40
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Quote: Erskin Quint

Frankie Howerd

More


Thank you for posting these, EQ. I would have watched them, but didn't have time. For the first one, I had only 56 minutes, and for the second, I had only 48 minutes.
Just my luck!

I WILL watch them when I have more time, I promise!

Look!

Don Keywooms
Whipsnade

 
From News Discussion / Colleges Could Replace Football Teams With Race Horses
Posted 18 Apr 17 03:33
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Quote: Erskin Quint


I did find another error (SEE BELOW), but these imperfections only bring out the high quality of the piece!


A task so difficult for many football players would not have to be imposed on the hoses.





I, too, concur. With myself, that is.

However, in my defence (defense - North America/Canadia), I actually thought the writer had intentionally written "hoses", and wanted us to consider 'sprinkling'.

Was I wrong? Nay, I say! Neigh! Neeeiiiggghh!

Betty Saddle
Oliver's Mount

 
From General Discussion / 7 Years On
Posted 18 Apr 17 03:25
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I know that nobody is reading these pieces of shit that I keep posting in here, but this one was interesting, if only for the discussion it subsequently prompted in the forum.

You have to go down to the foot of the story, and click on where it says:

DISCUSS THIS STORY IN THE FORUM

Some old faces make cameo appearances.

Racist debate story

 
From News Discussion / "If You Can't Speak English, F*ck Off!", Theresa May Tells Wogs
Posted 18 Apr 17 01:05
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I don't like Theresa May. I was on Facebook, and my brother-in-law came into the discussion, and took a different stance. He said:

"I think she is doing a good job. Stern but fair. Focused but unswayed."

I reminded him that we could have said the same thing about Tony Blair, when he was persuading the nation that Saddam had some big guns, and that we needed to go and get him.

He didn't respond. Or hasn't, yet.

 
From General Discussion / Lost In Space
Posted 17 Apr 17 00:45
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I remember watching that film with my dad.

No funny comments, just that.

 
From News Discussion / Colleges Could Replace Football Teams With Race Horses
Posted 17 Apr 17 00:43
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Sir,

Whilst I loved this story to bits, and laughed throughout, I must point out a glaring error contained within its text. It is this:

In the ninth paragraph, or fourth-to-last paragraph, if you should prefer it, the writer writes:

"...wildly cheer the way they do now and drunk afterwards at horse race parties."

With all due respect, I think there should be a comma after the word 'now', and the word 'get' should be inserted after that comma.

That aside, it was the best story I had read this morning. Well done, Keith!

Gladys Whippet
Harrogate

 
From News Discussion / Masochistic satire writer looking forward to another year of indifference to his work
Posted 17 Apr 17 00:25
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Quote: victor nicholas

Monkey

Please tell us more about your ranium.

Is a consonant or vowel missing?

Are you learning a new language?

Are you crucifying English to celebrate Easter or simply scourging it?

Who killed Colonel Mustard?


Vicky,

The answer to all of your questions above is "Yes". Including the Colonel Mustard enquiry. That's 'enquiry', not 'inquiry'.

Bloody colonials!

However, your keen eye for detail hath outwitted me this time, and I am forced to own that an error, was, indeed, committed. Proof, if anyone should need it, that there is not one amongst us, that can claim to be perfect!

Though I come pretty damned close.

As you will see, I have now corrected my error, and I thank you for having made me aware of it before all the others 'working' here saw it.

Mum's the word!

 
From News Discussion / Masochistic satire writer looking forward to another year of indifference to his work
Posted 17 Apr 17 00:16
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That story had me weeping. There was nothing satirical in it whatsoever.

That's how good it was.

I felt the anguish Mr Collins feels as if it were my own, and his drive and determination rang bells all over my Uranium.

I have decided to award the piece 10,000 thumbs, and $10,000 of my own money, should Mr Collins end up on the Unemployed Scrapheap, like me.

Ken Doddd
Knotty Ash

 
From News Discussion / Cubans Riot As James DeGale Wins Boxing Gold
Posted 16 Apr 17 23:59
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This was in my 'Top 10' today, so I thought I'd share it with you blokes.

No women, though!

 
From News Discussion / Lorry full of Farage's cheap grey suits refused entry to UK due to EU rules
Posted 16 Apr 17 15:30
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Yoo faaaaaaaackin caaaaaaaaant!

Sir Geoffroy, that is lame. Mr Farage always looks smart to me, even if he is a complete and utter plank in his capacity as a politician.

Since early on this morning,

Monkey Swood
Miwaw

 
From News Discussion / Lorry full of Farage's cheap grey suits refused entry to UK due to EU rules
Posted 16 Apr 17 03:14
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This story claims that Nigel Farage wears a suit once, then throws it away. Later in the piece, it states that the consignment of 300 suits contained a year's supply of clothing for Mr Farage.

Is it due to EU legislation that there are now only 300 days in a year? If so, then I fully support Brexit.

0 stars/thumbs. Totally shit and shite.

Ron Jizzum
Essex

 
From General Discussion / Eggcorns
Posted 16 Apr 17 02:47
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Four candles.



Google it, Vicky. Two Ronnies.

 
From General Discussion / Lost In Space
Posted 16 Apr 17 02:42
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When I was little, I used to play with my Action Man figures. They weren't dolls, they were 'figures'. Anyway, whenever me mam bought me some Action Man accessory, there were always little tokens on the pack, that you could cut out and attach to a special card which, when full, you could send to Palitoy in exchange for some new accessory. I saved a lot of these, and ended up by sending for a husky dog and sled. It was magnificent, and the envy of all my friends.

Just thought I'd share that with you.

Has anybody got any unused tokens that they don't want?



 
From General Discussion / Lost In Space
Posted 13 Apr 17 14:44
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And time. The Spoof. Just floating. Aimless. Rudderless. Leaderless. Clueless. Lowtonless.

What's going to happen to us all? What if he's died, and left us to circle the universe forever and ever, writing shit in the forums?

Can anybody hear me? Is there anybody out there?

No? Sure?

Right then, I'll have a crafty wank.

 
From General Discussion / Acronyms
Posted 13 Apr 17 14:33
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Expressed xenophobia - partly repressed. English social standards emphatically deteriorating.

 
From General Discussion / Acronyms
Posted 13 Apr 17 14:30
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Tense - excited, nervous sensibilities expressed.

 
From General Discussion / Acronyms
Posted 13 Apr 17 14:28
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Riot is often tense.

 
From General Discussion / Acronyms
Posted 13 Apr 17 14:27
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War - a riot!

 
From General Discussion / Acronyms
Posted 13 Apr 17 14:25
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New, exciting war!

 
From General Discussion / Acronyms
Posted 13 Apr 17 14:24
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Modern: of dress; essentially, 'really new'.

 
From General Discussion / Acronyms
Posted 13 Apr 17 14:19
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Emblem makes badge look exceedingly modern.

 
From General Discussion / Acronyms
Posted 13 Apr 17 14:18
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Maple - a pleasing little emblem.

 
From General Discussion / Acronyms
Posted 13 Apr 17 14:17
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Elm, larch, maple.

 
From General Discussion / 7 Years On
Posted 10 Apr 17 03:46
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What's wrong with Snooker match-fixing?

Well, what's wrong with it?

 
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