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From General Discussion / Boris Johnson Limericks
Posted 30 Jul 16 19:28
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There was a young fellow named Boris
Whose hair was a terrible forest.
When they cried "get it cut!"
He replied "Tut tut tut!"
That incorrigible fellow named Boris.

There was a young fellow named Bojo
Who seemed to be losing his mojo
But instead Bojo strove
To outflank the rum cove
And now Govey's as dead as a dodo.

 
From News Discussion / Hillary, A Laughing Hyena, Wins Best In Show At Westminster
Posted 29 Jul 16 19:39
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What is it with all these strange types these days?

I blame James Joyce and Andre Breton.

 
From General Discussion / Boris Johnson Limericks
Posted 29 Jul 16 19:36
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He isn't as daft as he looks,
Being awfully well-versed in books.
We might be in the shit,
But he's rolling in it:
So he doesn't give two flying fucks.


From the Bullingdon Club Boris comes,
Where the chaps are each other's bum chums.
But he ain't no dumb loon
or blond-tousled buffoon,
Though he sounds like his gob's full of plums.


There was an old buffer named Boris
Who knew Epicurus and Horace.
Now with Foreign Affairs
He gives himself airs
And begins to edge closer to hubris.

 
From General Discussion / Hatriatism
Posted 29 Jul 16 19:10
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And here's me thinking this was a lovely thread about hats.

 
From General Discussion / Brexit Film Club
Posted 29 Jul 16 19:08
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Fantastic thanks. I was at my wit's end worrying about where to get more fire trebs and oil pots. Now I can really keep that pesky vicar at bay.

 
From General Discussion / Fifa 17 coins the end of the battle of Rogers
Posted 27 Jul 16 20:10
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I'm getting worried about Bob. I don't think he's very well.

 
From General Discussion / Why The Success Ratio Of Doomsday Prophecies Is So Low
Posted 23 Jul 16 19:49
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Look, if the prophecy is right then nobody will know because the world will be ended.

 
From General Discussion / Brexit Film Club
Posted 23 Jul 16 19:47
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Brexit at Tiffany's
The Great Escape
Honey, I Shrunk the Eurozone
I Know What You Undid Last Summer
If Only
Idiocracy
Idle Hands
The Incredible Sulk
Independence Day
Great Expectations
Grumpy Old Voters
Dawn of the Braindead
Dr No
Driving Miss Daisy Out of Europe
Dude, Where's My Single Market?
Dumb and Dumberer: When Boris Met Nigel
The English Impatient
Eyes Wide Shut
The Mild Bunch
Silly Plonker & The Fear Factory
Withdrawal and I
Wreck It, Boris
The Traducers
Quantum of Malice
The Three Brexiteers




 
From General Discussion / Favourite Crisp (Chip) Flavour (Flavor)
Posted 22 Jul 16 19:49
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Brexit and umbrage.

 
From General Discussion / Favourite Crisp (Chip) Flavour (Flavor)
Posted 20 Jul 16 20:02
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Wildebeest and tomato

 
From General Discussion / Favourite Crisp (Chip) Flavour (Flavor)
Posted 19 Jul 16 19:47
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Panda and onion.

 
From General Discussion / Favourite Crisp (Chip) Flavour (Flavor)
Posted 18 Jul 16 19:46
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Mongoose and parsnip.

 
From General Discussion / Bakers Film Club
Posted 18 Jul 16 19:43
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Sandwiches of Iwo Jima
Buns of Navarone
No, No, Baguette
The Hills Have Pies
Jam Scone and Delilah
Natural Born Sandwich Fillers
Sex & Drugs & Sausage Roll


 
From General Discussion / Favourite Crisp (Chip) Flavour (Flavor)
Posted 18 Jul 16 18:30
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Eel and avocado.

 
From General Discussion / Why The Success Ratio Of Doomsday Prophecies Is So Low
Posted 18 Jul 16 18:28
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I'm more of an aficionado of Davey Croquet, King of the Manicured Lawn.

 
From General Discussion / Why The Success Ratio Of Doomsday Prophecies Is So Low
Posted 17 Jul 16 20:49
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Ah, so we have left behind the realm of the shit-kickers and the elocutory horses, not to mention the singing mules or whatever they were, and we have moved onto skunks?

It can only be a matter of time before the raccoon shuffles on stage, surely.

That is, if they do shuffle, which is doubtful.

I knew one who was an ace at poker, but he always insisted that someone else shuffled. And so on.

 
From News Discussion / The wheelie-bin war
Posted 17 Jul 16 18:43
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Well, you're welcome to try it. I've only tried it on bumble bees.

As far as house guests go, I generally find that a dead whale in the front garden tends to keep them at bay pretty effectively.

 
From General Discussion / Why The Success Ratio Of Doomsday Prophecies Is So Low
Posted 17 Jul 16 18:09
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I think it would still be confusing whatever the nomenclature.



 
From General Discussion / Why The Success Ratio Of Doomsday Prophecies Is So Low
Posted 16 Jul 16 19:03
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Sorry old fruit, I don't do commission work.

All this stuff about horses and mules is way over my head.

Mr Ed didn't really talk you know. He used to whistle in Butanese and they would transcribe it into an English script that an actor read out.

Or so I am told.

 
From General Discussion / As in many of the previous versions of FIFA the main
Posted 16 Jul 16 10:57
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are you any relation to jonathan Livingston seagull?

 
From General Discussion / Vomit-Worthy Dish of the Day
Posted 15 Jul 16 11:31
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Jugged hare today. Cold.

 
From General Discussion / New Pokemon Ap Dangerous
Posted 15 Jul 16 11:30
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The Dodo is a curious bird, as far as it goes.

As far as it goes, it went.




 
From General Discussion / Why The Success Ratio Of Doomsday Prophecies Is So Low
Posted 15 Jul 16 11:26
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Words fail. I think it would have been better to have left it as

every moment, Victor, every moment

Talking about 'existence' is always a mistake.

Spokes critters?

Hmm. I will have to come back to you on that one, as the cuckoo said when asked what it was playing at.


 
From General Discussion / Tomato Soup Tins
Posted 14 Jul 16 19:55
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From General Discussion / Why The Success Ratio Of Doomsday Prophecies Is So Low
Posted 14 Jul 16 19:53
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Every moment, Victor, every moment.

In fact, it never exists.




Quote: victor nicholas

The world as we know it ends everyday. Something to look forward to In ways.


 
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