One from Serrell's Twitter, community poster in Malvern Waitrose for the 'Malvern Hills Conservators', man looks at it and snarls 'bloody Tories'...
'My Father had a Rabbit and he thought it was a Duck'
'So he stuck it on the table with his legs cocked up'
'It won a silver medal and it won a silver cup for sitting on the table with its legs cocked up'
'My father had a budgie and he thought it was a rat'
'So he dipped it in the mustard'
'And he fed it to the cat'
The versions going the rounds on YT that got into the charts are NOT the original versions.
It would ease the birth considerably...as long as someone was around to catch the sprog as it flew out!Nutroast wrote:Someone I 'knew' online who was expecting a baby and there was an old wive's tale that you could take castor oil to aid the birth, her mother advised her to take Castrol xx
ALL sport sounds like c*bblers to me - I never know what they're on about. After a conversation with a friend, all sport is now referred to as 'fannying about'.
I'm convinced there used to be a garage near where my dad lived in Glos called Pollock & Puttock, but I've just tried googling for it and not found it.dave brum wrote:When I was working up in Shrewsbury one day in the early 90s, one man came in and asked me if I knew the way to 'B@llock and Bosom'. I said I'd never heard of the place, turns out he meant Bullock and Bosson, the office equipment wholesalers. At that time I'd not heard of Bullock and Bosson either but I thought it was an extremely funny name!
Yes I am.
Given the more than slightly cheeky nature of the publication in question, shouldn't the work be re-released as Sperm In Aluminum?