Old Blues Weekend (Wearing Full Housey)

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Re: Old Blues Weekend (Wearing Full Housey)

Post by Chrissie Boy » Fri Sep 30, 2016 9:14 am

Bafflingly, I'm still not understanding any of what you're saying, Dave. We appear to be attempting to communicate in different languages. Ah well, no matter. Life goes on. Fair play.

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Re: Old Blues Weekend (Wearing Full Housey)

Post by J.R. » Fri Sep 30, 2016 12:46 pm

Very very rare these days for me to fall over due to intoxication. State and private pension don't really run that far.

Swimming and bombing ?? YEAH - Done that in the past.

As for hydrogen bombs - The best advice we got in the police was, that if the three minute warning sounds, find the nearest toilet, drop trousers sit down and bury your head between your legs, and........

..............Kiss your @rse goodbye !!!!
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Re: Old Blues Weekend (Wearing Full Housey)

Post by sejintenej » Fri Sep 30, 2016 9:58 pm

Chrissie Boy wrote:Bafflingly, I'm still not understanding any of what you're saying, Dave. We appear to be attempting to communicate in different languages. Ah well, no matter. Life goes on. Fair play.

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a bit different to what you put in your interests:
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Smoke goood! Drink goood! Friend goo od!
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