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From General Discussion / Jesus Budda - The Memoirs
Posted 29 Oct 09 19:01
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And Skoob thinks I'm fucking bonkers, welcome to the club, drinks on me!

 
From General Discussion / Acronyms
Posted 29 Oct 09 18:59
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Quote: Jalapenoman

Evolution: very odd librarians used to impress old Neanderthals.


Neanderthals either are Norwegian, Deutsch, English retards trying honestly at losing soccer!

 
From Magazine Discussion / Bordello Falls 8: The Alamo pales into insignificance as Bordello Falls into it's "Last Stand"
Posted 29 Oct 09 18:08
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Quote: Bargis Tryhol

Nice job JO!

Chapter 9 is up and running:

Chapter 9


Cheers BT (could you offer me a cheaper internet service?)

I'll be hopping over a.s.a.p. to devour your works, I know they will be good so here's a FIVER straight away!

 
From General Discussion / Acronyms
Posted 29 Oct 09 18:03
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Quote: Jimbo Gunn

Sermonizer ecclesiastic rickety man offers infant zealot early rite


right in time, evolution

 
From General Discussion / Jesus Budda - The Memoirs
Posted 29 Oct 09 18:00
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Quote: Jalapenoman

As Jesus Budda is unable to type at this time due to a serious masturbation accident involving a weed wacker, he has asked me to submit today's installment of his diary. He dictated this from the hospital.

June 6th. D-Day. Omaha Beach. The Invasion of France. I wasn't there. Instead, I was sniffing all of the bicycle seat's outside of St. Mary's School for Wayward Girls. As those bicycles all belonged to male teachers, however, I got no thrill out of it.

April 12, 1877 in Hobart, Tasmania, Australia I think that this was the first time I ever realized that making fart noises could be amusing. I make them with my mouth, my hand under my armpit, and with my butt (though the last ones tend to stink a little bit more than the others).

Kitty Hawk, North Carolina. The Wright Brothers were not really the first ones to fly here. I beat them to it by over 200 years. Details of that mission have been classified since next week, so I can't talk about it.

The Garden of Eden. I blew it. I made a mistake. I hooked them up together. Adam and I were setting there and this chick named Eve walked by and I said to him "I bet you can't hit that." He did and the rest is history. She could have been mine!


At last some sense on this thread!

 
From Magazine Discussion / Bordello Falls 8: The Alamo pales into insignificance as Bordello Falls into it's "Last Stand"
Posted 29 Oct 09 11:24
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Quote: Colonel Juan

Now that's very clever JO ..

5* stars from Juan..

It's like one of those flash-forward - flash back books..

"Last Night I dreamt I went back to Manderlay"...

JO becomes the Spoof's answer to Daphne du Maurier..

Really enjoyed it mate...

Hope you loved writing it.. I suspect you did on reading...

Now we know where the story ends up...

Just needs people to fill in the gaps in-between

Regards Juan


CJ muchas gracias, si, I enjoyed writing it!

 
From Magazine Discussion / Bordello Falls 8: The Alamo pales into insignificance as Bordello Falls into it's "Last Stand"
Posted 27 Oct 09 21:11
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Quote: Philbert of Macadamia

JO:

Is this the transfer you desired?

Philbert


Thanks PH,

it's also up on the writers forum, thanks once more!

Hope you enjoy it, I did writing it!

 
From General Discussion / Acronyms
Posted 27 Oct 09 19:58
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Quote: Jesus Budda

Yeah, well done Jaggedone for that one and the last one.

And Philbert. And Monkey. And Jalapenoman.



Yummies! Uncle makes mummy itch. Evangelical scallywag!


JB, a compliment from the one and only, it will be framed and put amongst the rest of my treasures, thank you (seriously BTW)

scallywag can attempt leacherous licking yeast, wet and growing!

 
From General Discussion / Acronyms
Posted 27 Oct 09 17:12
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Quote: IainB

JO: That was inspired....

Stability takes a baby into lopsided incidents, tripping youths

Iain


thanks IB, your pretty hot at this stuff too

Lecherously Evelyn cursed Henry, Edward racously overpowered Ursula soliciting latex yummies!

 
From Magazine Discussion / Bordello Falls 7
Posted 26 Oct 09 20:59
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Compliment Colonel, super western parodie a lá Paleface, Bob Hope!

Keep it up!



 
From Magazine Discussion / Bordello Falls 7
Posted 26 Oct 09 20:59
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Compliment Colonel, super western parodie a lá Paleface, Bob Hope!

Keep it up!



 
From General Discussion / Acronyms
Posted 26 Oct 09 20:56
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Quote: Philbert of Macadamia

Dunes under Norway equal Sognefjord!


Sognefjord owes, geographically, Norway everything, flowing joyfully over rocky depths

 
From General Discussion / Acronyms
Posted 26 Oct 09 19:06
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Quote: Jesus Budda

Ruled useless lands, Edward Died.


Died in Egypt's dunes

 
From General Discussion / Acronyms
Posted 26 Oct 09 17:44
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Quote: Jaggedone


Quote: Philbert of Macadamia

Yield is every landowner's dream!


dream reality entering at Manchester


Manchester is numb considering how even Scousers, Torres ever ruled!

 
From General Discussion / Acronyms
Posted 26 Oct 09 17:40
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Quote: Philbert of Macadamia

Yield is every landowner's dream!


dream reality entering at Manchester

 
From General Discussion / Acronyms
Posted 26 Oct 09 17:39
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Quote: Jesus Budda

Nonces = odious naked cretins. Engaged sexually.


sexually employing xylophones under lashing lesbians yield!

 
From General Discussion / is this the end of Earl Grey?
Posted 26 Oct 09 16:33
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Quote: Morse

EARL....EARL....SAY IT AIN'T SO!!!!!!


What's all this then? Police can't say 'Evenin' all' any more
By DAVID WILKES
Last updated at 8:16 AM on 26th October 2009



Hard work being an officer: The new dictat tells officers not to make assumptions about the meaning of everyday phrases
With his greeting of 'Evenin' all', Dixon of Dock Green embodied the values of the solid, commonsense copper.
But his reassuring salutation, which began each episode of the classic police TV drama from 1955 to 1976, is one which today's real-life officers should be wary of using.
According to one force's official guidelines, it could confuse people from different cultural backgrounds.


Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-1222813/Whats-Police-say-evenin-more.html#ixzz0V2jfaNA9


Sad, Earl was a Gentleman, a scholar and a great laugh, there's not many left here!

 
From General Discussion / Acronyms
Posted 25 Oct 09 10:38
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Quote: Monkey Woods

Wildly, I licked dandelions; loudly, yobbishly.


yobbishly often belies bad impish smackings hitting loutish yobs

 
From General Discussion / Jesus Budda - The Memoirs
Posted 25 Oct 09 10:36
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Quote: Monkey Woods

Dear Mr Snuggums,

I, Sir, am Mary's husband, and I have been following your secret love tryst on my personal computer, which I have kept in a cupboard, hidden from my wife for over 40 years. I have stolen details of her email log-in, and recently discovered her disloyalty - albeit a cyberspace-type disloyalty - and feel that I must alert you to Mary's penchant for striking up relationships with token shop managers and their ilk.

Mary frequently makes the acquaintance of a chap like yourself. Soon after, she dumps the poor soul in question on emptying his bank account of his entire life savings. She regularly purports to be Nigerian, this fraud to undertake. If I were you, Mr Snuggums, I'd get rid of the bitch before she fleeces you.

Yours sincerely,

Eric Umbongo (Mary's husband)


Voodoo magic from the Woods!

 
From Magazine Discussion / The "Peace of Pizza" saga!
Posted 25 Oct 09 10:33
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Quote: Morse


Quote: Jaggedone


Quote: Morse

....all you guys should have 'curried' more favor....../blockquote]

Mac-Singh-les I presume with chips!



fuck it...48 points is 48 points....better than a sharp stick in the eye!

JO: are you going to saddle up for 'the big un'....the Bordello Roundup...??

If not, you're going to lose your bridge privileges.....remember, try to maintain being coherent...us yanks don't always understand....and don't shoot the inn keeper, I kind a fancy her....

Morse


Curry = Mac (donalds) = Singh (common Indian surname) = les (end of Macdona-les)

There are no plans to remove me from my bridge as I have just been elevated from subterrein to ground zero, can see the planes heading my way!

 
From Magazine Discussion / The "Peace of Pizza" saga!
Posted 24 Oct 09 15:04
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Quote: Morse

....all you guys should have 'curried' more favor....../blockquote]

Mac-Singh-les I presume with chips!

 
From General Discussion / Acronyms
Posted 24 Oct 09 14:48
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Quote: Jesus Budda

Saves all valuable electrical supplies.


supplies using piss pot lavatories in Ethiopia stink!

 
From General Discussion / Jesus Budda - The Memoirs
Posted 24 Oct 09 14:03
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JB, take your hand, lower it to between your thighs, gently pull and push until object of desire becomes hard only then will your obvious frustrations become deflated!



 
From General Discussion / Jesus Budda - The Memoirs
Posted 24 Oct 09 13:05
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Quote: JohnWolf21

Poor Budda has lost his marbles


Someone nameless stole Jb's thread, I'm pleased!

Marbles in museums are boring too!

 
From Magazine Discussion / The "Peace of Pizza" saga!
Posted 24 Oct 09 13:01
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Quote: victor nicholas

Mine had more toppings and offerred free delivery.

Double double-talk.


VC life is just a bunch of double topped quirks

 
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