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From General Discussion / Acronyms
Posted 8 Feb 16 20:00
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Kilcreggan.
Its locality: Clyde.
Rosneath's environs.
Gourock, Greenock, Arran nigh.

 
From General Discussion / It's all in the name
Posted 6 Feb 16 20:38
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The Marquis de Fa├žade: it was all just an act.




 
From General Discussion / Surrealist Compliment Generator
Posted 6 Feb 16 20:35
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From General Discussion / Commercials
Posted 6 Feb 16 20:33
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He does have a point but is he calling for a silent black & decker advert - and is that a silent advert for a noisy drill, or a noisy advert for a silent drill.

Also, help: I seem to be suffering from a question mark shortage. Drought even.

Where have my question marks gone.

 
From General Discussion / Commercials
Posted 6 Feb 16 20:33
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He does have a point but is he calling for a silent black & decker advert - and is that a silent advert for a noisy drill, or a noisy advert for a silent drill.

Also, help: I seem to be suffering from a question mark shortage. Drought even.

Where have my question marks gone.

 
From General Discussion / Commercials
Posted 4 Feb 16 22:53
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But if they stop the fostering commercials, how will the poor Kids find a home?

 
From News Discussion / Eric Pickles Replaced by Dugong in Election Battle
Posted 4 Feb 16 22:51
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I hope the warmer climes agree with you.

Personally, I fell foul of Storm Desmond, who saw fit to ruin, with his deluge, what I was wont to call my home.

Noah was nowhere to be found with his cubits and his olive branch (or was it leaf).

These Biblical types are generally conspicuous by their absence when it comes down to it.

Maybe he'd had too much to drink to set sail that day

"And Noah began to be an husbandman, and he planted a vineyard: 21 And he drank of the wine, and was drunken; and he was uncovered within his tent. 22 And Ham, the father of Canaan, saw the nakedness of his father, and told his two brethren without."


Good old Ham, Patron Saint of actors.

 
From General Discussion / Acronyms
Posted 4 Feb 16 22:38
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Growing reverential, Oscar worshipped idols near Greenock.


Hello, M. Queer business, life, eh?

 
From News Discussion / Eric Pickles Replaced by Dugong in Election Battle
Posted 30 Jan 16 12:42
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How are you Victor? Good to see that you still haunt these obscure regions like a yearning wraith.

Thank you for bringing my work before the ravening public.

Yes, Mr Pickles is a curious beast. As a youth, he was, in his own words "massively inclined towards communism", which is yet another characteristic he shares with the Chinese mountain ranges.



 
From General Discussion / Acronyms
Posted 30 Jan 16 12:26
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"Heralded elegies, Reginald?"
Allergies, ledgers:
Dredgers endlessly
Dwindling.

 
From General Discussion / Plurality
Posted 22 Jan 16 20:44
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Tripe is the stomach of a cow isn't it? No wonder it done yours in - a stomach within a stomach??



 
From General Discussion / Acronyms
Posted 22 Jan 16 20:32
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"Sooth: oracular outpouring, truth heralded."

 
From General Discussion / Plurality
Posted 20 Jan 16 20:53
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You decide. Oh you can't. What bad luck.

 
From General Discussion / You are never see that in Nigeria
Posted 4 Aug 15 20:28
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Mornington Crescent.

 
From General Discussion / Acronyms
Posted 17 May 15 14:15
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Shitheads, however ignominious, take heart! Every arsehole demonstrates success!

 
From News Discussion / Jihadi John Says Dress is White and Gold
Posted 15 May 15 15:22
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Lovely.

I never knew these people were Jewish.

 
From News Discussion / Hull Housewives Getting Jittery Over Tigers' Relegation Tussle
Posted 14 May 15 12:56
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Wonderful. Particularly like the names. Getting the comedy names right is a bit of an art - witness many dreadfully uninspired efforts on this site.

Of course, Hull are doing incredibly well to be in the Premier League anyway. I mean, look at where Grimsby Town are these days.

 
From General Discussion / Acronyms
Posted 14 May 15 12:54
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Enlightenment: new learning is good. Hence televisual entertainment narrows mentalities, effectively nurtures thickheads.

 
From News Discussion / Man Walking Dog In Woods Doesn't Find Murder Victim
Posted 9 May 15 14:34
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Reminds me of the curious incident of the dog in the nighttime.

 
From General Discussion / Acronyms
Posted 9 May 15 14:31
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"Crimea" rife in meme expansion apocalypse!

 
From General Discussion / Acronyms
Posted 4 May 15 22:11
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Shocking horror of corpses, killed in new Gothic.

 
From General Discussion / Acronyms
Posted 30 Apr 15 21:29
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Humberside undertakers mumble, bumbling, error-prone, rendering sadness impossible, death egregious.

 
From General Discussion / Acronyms
Posted 29 Apr 15 19:57
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Yorkshire overlord ruled Keighley: "See how I reign , eh?"

 
From General Discussion / Acronyms
Posted 28 Apr 15 20:17
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Dead? Elysium! Ah, divinity!

 
From General Discussion / Spoof Golfers Unite - join free
Posted 26 Apr 15 21:40
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"The late Mr Gladstone was once, much against his wishes, compelled to play golf. He is reported to have commented upon the experiment that it was a good walk spoiled."







 
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