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I always switch mine off at the first hint of inclement weather now after a thunder strike that sounded like it landed in my garden blew my modem out.
There are two news items that I am quite interested in but that don't appear to be deemed newsworthy by the UK press. One is Mike Ts latest run in with the law and the other is the Phil Spectre trials. I don't know why but they are just not being reported on over here.
Here's one that you might not understand as I doubt if the case of Micheal Barrymore is getting much news time in the US.
Q. Why are there no ash trays in Micheal Barrymore's house?
A. Because he puts all his fags out in the pool.AnnieHall;223797 wrote:^^^:rolleyes:^^^P.S. I know what you meant, just giving you a hard time.:p
Sighs. I'm getting kind of used to that on this thread!
I always understood that the so-called “bible-belt” had alot to do with George Bush's success, but my grasp of American politics is nebulous at best so I'd better not comment further:o
Q. How does Snoop Dogg keep his teeth clean?
Thanks Annie. I wouldn't have got it having completely forgotten Mark Twain was an assumed name tho funnily enough [hee hee:D ] I realised that I did know it after I'd read the answer…:confused:
I did, honestly:D
And well done with the literature “ace”. It was always my favourite subject at school.
I've only heard the sea shells one before, the rest of these are new to me.:D
Of course this is a ridiculous story but when you read the details of the suit you realise that it's actually quite well thought through.
Osa bin Laden sent George Bush a coded message to let him know he's still alive:
– 3 7 O H S S V –
– 0 7 7 3 H –
Well, George was baffled. He gave the message to the CIA and the FBI but none of them could decipher it.
Finally they ask Britain's M6 for help. M6 reply: “Tell the president he's holding the message upsidedown!”
😀 😀 😀 Very witty, Annie!
A great joke from Shrek too. Keep em comin'.
Welcome to the site, goodfriend.
Here's another one of my son's specials [you have been warned, turn away now if you are of a sensible disposition]:
Q – How does Bob Marley like his doughnuts?
A – With Jammin, of course.
Annie, I was reading your post over to myself wondering what the flip was going on before I noticed the enboldened twain in the post you quoted and then I thought I was onto something, perhaps Mark Twain or Scots poet Robert Burns [who I think the quote comes from originally] but then I was stumped…
Sorry, I think I'm gonna need some help…
Don't be deceived Ailindah, you're no dinosaur, I'm sure the average age of the site is higher than you suspect, [although I have no intention of sitting down and working it out!] for example I am 47 and I certainly remember floppy discs back when I had my first computer in the 90s.
Look forward to seeing you around.
😀den44057;223607 wrote:well excuse me weapy didn't know this was your site and you had say on who can play and who cannot
Okay, let's all be friends now because I have my point of view and you have yours and it's becoming obvious that never the twain shall meet so further bickering will achieve nothing whatsoever.
Welcome to the site Unconscious, you sound like you'll be right at home on here.
What part of England are you from? I live in Manchester. Us UKer's are gaining ground on BBB.:D
Sarah, I have a daughter who turned 15 in September.
Last weekend she was on the computer all evening saturday and all day sunday. If I ask her to come off she acts listless and bored and makes us all uncomfortable, but my patience finally snapped and I told her to come out to the shops with me.
When we got to the shops, however, she just refused to get out of the car.
I said “Come on, you've not had any exercise all day. It's not good for you, just come and choose a pizza or something”.
No way, she was not having it, she refused to even speak to me about it, just sat there til I came back from the shop.
Now I have every faith that my daughter will grow into a fine human being but, Christ, that age when all the hormones are kicking in; I remember being difficult myself at that age but I'm on the other side of the fence now and it is bloody murder!
I can't think of many light bulb jokes but here's one, at least.
How many marriage-guidance counsellors does it take to change a light bulb?
Only one, but they have got to be sure they really want to make that change.