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  1. #21
    ENMESHMENT

    used by a girl who was reported missing by her parents for not turning up for Xmas meal.

    Means people get so intertwined they stop personal development - so it's all her mums fault.

    Sounds like a good film title.

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    Winnit /WINNET....1) sh(t that sticks to your arse hair. As mentioned in Viz. The same as a cling on, tag nut, dangle berry.2) Blackburn Rovers supporter that continually moans about their rightful position ..

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  3. #23
    Quote Originally Posted by sinkov View Post
    Is it possible to have merrymaking that's not jolly ?

    I only ask.
    We had the grandkids over for Christmas and they were merrymaking jellies with the wife, so I suppose it is possible although they did seem to have a jolly good time!

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    Quote Originally Posted by alfinyalcabo View Post
    Winnit /WINNET....1) sh(t that sticks to your arse hair. As mentioned in Viz. The same as a cling on, tag nut, dangle berry.2) Blackburn Rovers supporter that continually moans about their rightful position ..

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    That brings back memories Alf, I have a copy of that Clag-Gone ad from Viz in the back of a drawer somewhere. I couldn't stop laughing when I first saw it, must be 20 years ago now.

    "Leaves your gusset lemon fresh".........brilliant.
    Last edited by sinkov; 29-12-2016 at 08:59 AM.

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    There are some belters out there...

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  6. #26
    That's a cracker!

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Editor's Chair View Post
    There are some belters out there...

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    That reminds of the old, blind vicar on a steam train many years ago, Two girls got into the compartment with him and after a while decided to have a bit of fun. One of them lifted her skirt, pulled her knickers down and flashed her waz at him. "Ah" said the old vicar "Grimsby, this is where I get off".

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    "freshen up your flaps and stop it stinking like an old kipper"

    Where was Mary Whitehouse when that ad went out ?

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    LUNATION noun (loo-ney-shuh n)

    noun

    (1)The period of time from one new moon to the next (about 29 and a half days); a lunar month.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Altobelli View Post
    "freshen up your flaps and stop it stinking like an old kipper"

    Where was Mary Whitehouse when that ad went out ?
    Gone AWOL obviously Alto!

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    senile
    ˈsiːnʌɪl/
    adjective
    (of a person) 1) Moderators who run this board having or showing the weaknesses or diseases of old age, especially a loss of mental faculties.
    "The matron couldn't cope with her senile husband" .. "TEC drools into his porridge every morning"
    synonyms: doddering, doddery, decrepit, aged, long in the tooth, senescent, failing, declining, infirm, feeble, unsteady, in one's dotage, losing one's faculties, in one's second childhood, mentally confused, suffering from Alzheimer's (disease), suffering from senile dementia; More
    (of a condition) characteristic of or caused by old age.
    "senile decay"
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    At least me and TEC can still P!ss in a toilet, admittedly TEC misses 9 times out of 10

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    Quote Originally Posted by Altobelli View Post
    At least me and TEC can still P!ss in a toilet, admittedly TEC misses 9 times out of 10
    The wife says I have to sit now Alto, even to have a pee!

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Editor's Chair View Post
    The wife says I have to sit now Alto, even to have a pee!
    That's fine TEC, when the time comes for someone to have to help me and wipe me harris, that's the time I'll tell them to use a pillow over my face.

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    SENECTITUDE noun (si-nek-ti-tood, -tyood)

    noun

    (1) The last stage of life, old age.
    Last edited by Altobelli; 30-12-2016 at 04:48 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Altobelli View Post
    That's fine TEC, when the time comes for someone to have to help me and wipe me harris, that's the time I'll tell them to use a pillow over my face.
    Just ring me when you are ready pal?

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Editor's Chair View Post
    Just ring me when you are ready pal?


    You'll have to get to the back of the Queue TEC.

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    Lol!

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    Your having a go at the mods a fair bit tonight Alfredo, doesnt your zimmer frame get in the way of all that ugliness ?

    And Alto, heres a rare word for you all today .... Tautology (tort-o-logy)!
    Last edited by Acido; 30-12-2016 at 09:15 PM.

  20. #40
    I have been asked by the powers that be why don't we have mods who moderate?

    I replied we are too busy falling out with each other over Andre Gray, Mike Garlick, the virtues of prudency etc.etc.

    Plus we have the best posters on the Footymad network.

    Thanks everyone and have a fandabidozi 2017.

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