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Erskin Quint
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Posted: 26 Jan 18 23:32
Hey there morons!

Has anyone seen my old Carthusian braces?

My twin shrunken Prussian heads?

The gold-leaf letter from Ethiopia?

Up yours, fuckwits!


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Posted: 28 Jan 18 07:09

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Has anyone seen my old Carthusian braces?



Would those be braces for teeth or for trousers?

That reminds me of the old 1970s game show "Teeth or Trousers". It was presented by Bruce Forsyth, who had a surfeit of both.

The object of the game was to look at items on a conveyer belt - a toothbrush, a belt, a dentist's chair - and say whether they corresponded to teeth or to trousers.

As a game show it was a terrible concept and it was cancelled after one series. It was a simpler time, full of simpler people. Old people are stupid, aren't they?


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Posted: 28 Jan 18 11:18
VEGGIE QUORNS TOE MY LINE..

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Posted: 30 Jan 18 21:34 - Edited By: Erskin Quint, 30 Jan 18 21:35
Trousers, of course, you cream-faced loon.

"Teeth or Trousers" reminds me of the even older 1960s gameshow "Scrubbers Galore!" hosted by Wilfred Pickles and Twiggy. Husband and wife teams competed, the husbands answering general knowledge questions. The wives had a filthy doorstep to scrub. If their mate answered the questions correctly, the ladies got two minutes of uninterrupted scrubbing but if the question was answered incorrectly, then more rubbish such as fishheads, dog sick and the contents of Twiggy's ashtrays were emptied on the step.

The winning couple, with the cleanest doorstep, won a week at a Butlins resort. There was always a message from Billy Butlin at the end of the show.

The runners-up won a two-week holiday at Butlins.


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Has anyone seen my old Carthusian braces?



Would those be braces for teeth or for trousers?

That reminds me of the old 1970s game show "Teeth or Trousers". It was presented by Bruce Forsyth, who had a surfeit of both.

The object of the game was to look at items on a conveyer belt - a toothbrush, a belt, a dentist's chair - and say whether they corresponded to teeth or to trousers.

As a game show it was a terrible concept and it was cancelled after one series. It was a simpler time, full of simpler people. Old people are stupid, aren't they?


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Posted: 30 Jan 18 21:36
Eh?


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VEGGIE QUORNS TOE MY LINE..


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Posted: 31 Jan 18 07:42
Quorn = veggie proucts

Toes have Quorns, OK, for you corns...

Toe my line = switch on 60's TV hit = What's my line..

And horses wear eye blinkers too...

+ we are veggies...



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Posted: 31 Jan 18 21:28
I rest my case M'Lud.

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Posted: 2 Feb 18 08:10
Master buried in my own crypt...

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Posted: 3 Feb 18 00:39
Was that the show that gave away a dog as a prize?



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Trousers, of course, you cream-faced loon.

"Teeth or Trousers" reminds me of the even older 1960s gameshow "Scrubbers Galore!" hosted by Wilfred Pickles and Twiggy. Husband and wife teams competed, the husbands answering general knowledge questions. The wives had a filthy doorstep to scrub. If their mate answered the questions correctly, the ladies got two minutes of uninterrupted scrubbing but if the question was answered incorrectly, then more rubbish such as fishheads, dog sick and the contents of Twiggy's ashtrays were emptied on the step.

The winning couple, with the cleanest doorstep, won a week at a Butlins resort. There was always a message from Billy Butlin at the end of the show.

The runners-up won a two-week holiday at Butlins.


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Quote: Erskin Quint
Has anyone seen my old Carthusian braces?



Would those be braces for teeth or for trousers?

That reminds me of the old 1970s game show "Teeth or Trousers". It was presented by Bruce Forsyth, who had a surfeit of both.

The object of the game was to look at items on a conveyer belt - a toothbrush, a belt, a dentist's chair - and say whether they corresponded to teeth or to trousers.

As a game show it was a terrible concept and it was cancelled after one series. It was a simpler time, full of simpler people. Old people are stupid, aren't they?



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Posted: 3 Feb 18 00:39
Was that the show that gave away a dog as a prize?



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Trousers, of course, you cream-faced loon.

"Teeth or Trousers" reminds me of the even older 1960s gameshow "Scrubbers Galore!" hosted by Wilfred Pickles and Twiggy. Husband and wife teams competed, the husbands answering general knowledge questions. The wives had a filthy doorstep to scrub. If their mate answered the questions correctly, the ladies got two minutes of uninterrupted scrubbing but if the question was answered incorrectly, then more rubbish such as fishheads, dog sick and the contents of Twiggy's ashtrays were emptied on the step.

The winning couple, with the cleanest doorstep, won a week at a Butlins resort. There was always a message from Billy Butlin at the end of the show.

The runners-up won a two-week holiday at Butlins.


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Has anyone seen my old Carthusian braces?



Would those be braces for teeth or for trousers?

That reminds me of the old 1970s game show "Teeth or Trousers". It was presented by Bruce Forsyth, who had a surfeit of both.

The object of the game was to look at items on a conveyer belt - a toothbrush, a belt, a dentist's chair - and say whether they corresponded to teeth or to trousers.

As a game show it was a terrible concept and it was cancelled after one series. It was a simpler time, full of simpler people. Old people are stupid, aren't they?



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Posted: 3 Feb 18 20:44
No.

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Posted: 3 Feb 18 20:44
No.

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Posted: 3 Feb 18 20:45
Now that's good.


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Posted: 5 Feb 18 09:06 - Edited By: Jaggedone, 5 Feb 18 09:06
I slapped my Poe...

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