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nicholasjwest
808385.  Fri Apr 22, 2011 1:06 pm Reply with quote

I have eight of them in my garden! *prances*

 
sjb
808396.  Fri Apr 22, 2011 1:36 pm Reply with quote

I'm looking very much forward to the Pegasus Parade here in a couple of weeks. It is part of the build up to the Derby. It's s'posed to be one of the best parades in the country and I believe it. :)

http://derbyfestival.org/events-Republic-Bank-Pegasus-Parade.html

 
dr bartolo
808403.  Fri Apr 22, 2011 1:46 pm Reply with quote

the hokkiens have this wonderfully graphic insult for stupidity

人吃饭,你吃屎
"people eat rice, you eat shit"

 
djgordy
808650.  Sat Apr 23, 2011 4:28 am Reply with quote

Ainee wrote:
. She was completely unknown to me, but I had been warned in several frantic emails from my former Shaman that this woman had kidnapped him, and held him prisoner in Northants.


I can't help thinking that Northants does not immediately strike one as the natural habitat of the shamen.

 
Ainee
808668.  Sat Apr 23, 2011 4:57 am Reply with quote

soup wrote:
'yorz wrote:
Is there such a thing as Pegasus-shaped topiary?


Yup .



LOL!

 
Ainee
808669.  Sat Apr 23, 2011 4:57 am Reply with quote

nicholasjwest wrote:
I have eight of them in my garden! *prances*


LOL!

 
Ainee
808670.  Sat Apr 23, 2011 5:00 am Reply with quote

djgordy wrote:
Ainee wrote:
. She was completely unknown to me, but I had been warned in several frantic emails from my former Shaman that this woman had kidnapped him, and held him prisoner in Northants.


I can't help thinking that Northants does not immediately strike one as the natural habitat of the shamen.


I know, that's what made it all really wierd... Especially since he was being held prisoner in a Northants House only five miles away from the one I owned at the time, according to the postcode which he sneaked out from captivity. Honestly, Shamen...

Wierd...

 
nicholasjwest
808681.  Sat Apr 23, 2011 5:15 am Reply with quote

Shamen? I have eight of them in my garden! *prances*

 
Neotenic
808728.  Sat Apr 23, 2011 8:15 am Reply with quote

The most remarkable thing about Shamen is their ability to move move move any mountain.

 
Ainee
808741.  Sat Apr 23, 2011 9:27 am Reply with quote

nicholasjwest wrote:
Shamen? I have eight of them in my garden! *prances*


LOL, I shall be avoiding your garden. Eight Shamen in one place = psychic warzone!

Thank goodness for the eight Shamankas sitting murmuring together in the far corner...

 
Ainee
808742.  Sat Apr 23, 2011 9:28 am Reply with quote

Neotenic wrote:
The most remarkable thing about Shamen is their ability to move move move any mountain.


Yup, they make the concrete and the clay beneath your feet begin to tremble...

 
djgordy
830858.  Tue Jul 12, 2011 7:29 am Reply with quote

Vitali Klitchko on David Haye:

Quote:
I was the happiest man in the world that my brother beat him but I'm unhappy that Wladimir [was not able] to send him to the floor....

....That did not happen because it's difficult when someone is running away.


http://news.bbc.co.uk/sport1/hi/boxing/14104555.stm

 
Starfish13
830870.  Tue Jul 12, 2011 8:08 am Reply with quote

Neotenic wrote:
The most remarkable thing about Shamen is their ability to move move move any mountain.


Like.

That made me snort tea all over my keyboard.

 
Lordwarkworth
858107.  Fri Oct 21, 2011 4:39 pm Reply with quote

"Would you kindly switch your back chat to silent, thank you."

A work colleague at Northern Rock.

 
The Quirkster
883128.  Sat Feb 04, 2012 6:41 am Reply with quote

The most famous cricketing sledge in the 19th Century involved W.G. Grace himself. What's most astonishing is that it was directed at Grace, rather than from the bearded one.

Charles Kortright, a fast bowler toiling away against W.G. Grace in a county cricket game was left furious after getting the great man out twice in two balls, only for the intimidating Doctor to coerce the umpire into reversing his decision on the two caught behinds.

Kortright delivered his next ball with venom. It knocked over two of Grace's three stumps. Livid that this was a dismissal he couldn't change, Grace strode off in a huff. As he departed, the bowler's joy just had to be voiced, with Kortright rubbing salt into the wounds:

"Doctor, where are you going? There's still one stump standing."

 

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