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I don't know whether to thank you or take offence Mr Peter lol :default_tongue: :default_norty:

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31 minutes ago, hazelgirl said:

I don't know whether to thank you or take offence Mr Peter lol :default_tongue: :default_norty:

Can I join you, forgotten the Nursery rhymes (too dmned old) not into sci fi, so may be sitting twiddling thumbs.

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The Best Nursery Rhyme

One Summer's Day In Winter

The Snow Was Raining Fast

A Bare Footed Boy With Clogs On

Stood Sitting In The Grass

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1 hour ago, hazelgirl said:

I don't know whether to thank you or take offence Mr Peter lol :default_tongue: :default_norty:

well if you sit on the fence - watch out for splinters

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15 minutes ago, Jayfire said:

The Best Nursery Rhyme

One Summer's Day In Winter

The Snow Was Raining Fast

A Bare Footed Boy With Clogs On

Stood Sitting In The Grass

goes off to edit a question.......

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the boy stood on the burning deck, 

feeling kind of silly

a rat ran up his trouser leg

and bit him in the .............................................bottom

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11 minutes ago, grendel said:

the boy stood on the burning deck, 

feeling kind of silly

a rat ran up his trouser leg

and bit him in the .............................................bottom

Have you been reading my jokes in the joke thread G??? :default_norty:

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14 hours ago, Jayfire said:

The Best Nursery Rhyme

One Summer's Day In Winter

The Snow Was Raining Fast

A Bare Footed Boy With Clogs On

Stood Sitting In The Grass

One fine day, in the middle of the night

Two dead men got up to fight

Back to back they faced each other

Drew their swords and shot each other

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4 hours ago, JanetAnne said:

One fine day, in the middle of the night

Two dead men got up to fight

Back to back they faced each other

Drew their swords and shot each other

:default_coat:

Awwww I like that one :1311_thumbsup_tone2:

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19 hours ago, FairTmiddlin said:

Can I join you, forgotten the Nursery rhymes (too dmned old) not into sci fi, so may be sitting twiddling thumbs.

Always welcome at the quiz bar of no hope lol, some weeks I do dash back to my chair to win the odd point but when the jelly legs kick in it's a bit tricky hahaha

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The boy stood on the burning deck,

Eating a twopenny Walls,

The wrapper flew up his trouser leg,

And paralysed his nether regions.

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Mary had a little lamb, he thought him very silly
She threw him up into the air and caught him by his
Willy was a sheepdog  lying in the grass
Down came a bumblebee and stang him on the
Ask no questions, tell no lies
I saw a policeman doing up his
Flies are a problem, wasps are worse
That is the end of my silly little verse.

 

OR

We three kings of Leicester Square
Selling tights at tuppence a pair.
Oh how drastic, no elastic,
Not very safe to wear.

OR

Polish it on the table

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A sol-, a sol-, a soldier I will be
Two pis-, two pis-, two pistols on my knee
For cu-, for cu-, for curiosity
We fight for the old count-, fight for the old count-,
Fight for the old country!

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Local variation. This was the St Anselms version.

 

 

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I'm reminded of The Sex Pistols, Friggin in the Riggin.

Not sure if lyrics can be posted....look them up.

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I'm reminded of The Sex Pistols, Friggin in the Riggin.

That's a proper naughty but very funny song - We have been known to play it onboard 'B.A' - most definitely out of earshot of buttercups and snowflakes :default_blush:

Griff

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We "renamed" Pacific Princess "The Good Ship Venus" for lads week one year, we got a few knowing looks from those who understood ....

 

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3 hours ago, Stranger said:

hmmm no wonder the  Reed and Rhond    was boarded up on Tuesday  

Think they were all out the back singing rugby songs Dave

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well a hard fought quiz tonight won by Mike.

closely followed up by Bern

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