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    Yeah didn't know what that was. Fruit split I think I'd call it
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    My Mum calls it a Mivvi - She'll be 70 this year....
    Socks before or after trousers, but never before pants. That's the rule.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tyrannosaurus Dan View Post



    Do you mean a strawberry split? WTF is a mivvi?
    Just Nestle naming a Strawberry Split


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    Quote Originally Posted by b3h View Post
    I prefer perineum gorge
    hope that ain't what you were tommy tanking over...
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    Its a mivvy
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    Strawberry Split
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    Quote Originally Posted by Paddingtonwolf View Post
    Strawberry Split
    I'll accept split as an alternative.....but prefer mivvy
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    so table soccer, is it now called "fuzzball" remember i live in the sticks and one has just arrived and i have to arrange a knockout cup.
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    fooz rather than fuzz
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    Quote Originally Posted by b3h View Post
    fooz rather than fuzz
    brilliant ta!
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    Quote Originally Posted by lemonjelly View Post
    I have done research, and concluded that every one of you is an arsehole...
    You started it with your housecoat nonsense
    See post #5516 of ex wolf watch to find out why in my house,i hate Kenny Miller

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    Irish speak:
    Dressing Gown = Housecoat
    Cupboard = Press
    Airing Cupboard = Hot Press
    Crust of a loaf = The Heel
    Bacon = Rashers
    Chippy = The Chipper
    Sarnie = Sambo (mainly Dublin I think)

    Can't think of any more at the mo
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    In the nude = in the nip
    Socks = stockings

    The lack of plurals gets me as well,

    A pair of scissors = A scissors
    A pair of trousers = A trousers etc etc
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    Quote Originally Posted by arklowolf View Post
    In the nude = in the nip
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    Well, this is a disappointingly easy 'out' for LemonJelly.

    Let's see if he takes his chance and claims Irish heritage.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pablowolf View Post
    Well, this is a disappointingly easy 'out' for LemonJelly.

    Let's see if he takes his chance and claims Irish heritage.
    Begorrah! T'be sure, so.
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    And what did Mrs Doyle wear under her cardie?!?! A HOUSECOAT!

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    Dominic Cork has just said "housecoat" during the T20 Blast game. He received the appropriate amount of derision from his colleague.
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    I can't imagine what that feels like..

    in other news, all these peeps on the anny thread going on about bean juice. do they mean the tomato sauce?
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    Quote Originally Posted by lemonjelly View Post
    I can't imagine what that feels like..
    Mate, you know I love you but rest assured no one is laughing at you, they're laughing towards you, world of difference
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    Lemonjelly, we're laughing with each other, at you.

    In many ways, you're making this forum, the Royal London and the world a better place.

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    As I refer to my learned friend, you are not only increasing everybody's self esteem but also quite an ego boost for us regular folk !
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    LJ watching Arsenal in his housecoat yesterday?

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    I wonder if he's mates with Toothbrush Guy from Chelsea a few years ago.
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    I always imagined he was the dreadlocked tramp with the bell from Portsmouth, he always struck me like a Warren
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    He’s an Adrian I think.
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    According to the internet his full name is John Portsmouth Football Club Westwood

    And for the older pervs on here :

    John now runs his fatherís bookshop in Petersfield, Hampshire, which specialises in selling antiquarian and second-hand books.

    Johnís father, Frank, employed a female assistant at his book shop Ė famous rugby streaker, Erica Roe.
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    The support of your friends is such a valuable commodity!
    Where was the kaboom? There was supposed to be an earth shattering kaboom!

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