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Here it is. You opportunity to label and list both posters and posts that tick all the boxes in the genre.

I'd like to start with a certain individual but felt I should hold back a bit.

The nominations are open .............
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Nothing more crass than a liar.

But I'll hold back on this.
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Starting a thread encouraging posters to call each other out is up there tbh.
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slick wrote:Nothing more crass than a liar.

But I'll hold back on this.
A sense of relief has overcome me.

But you are added to my list. Watch out.
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globus wrote:Here it is. You opportunity to label and list both posters and posts that tick all the boxes in the genre.
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"Me me me me me me me"
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Leffe wrote:"Me me me me me me me"

Cairo !

Poisonous Monkeys !
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globus wrote:Here it is. You opportunity to label and list both posters and posts that tick all the boxes in the genre.

I'd like to start with a certain individual but felt I should hold back a bit.

The nominations are open .............
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Call out threads are a banning offence, oui? Can you be banned for calling yourself out? :lol:
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backrow wrote:
Leffe wrote:"Me me me me me me me"

Cairo !

Poisonous Monkeys !
I met him once; Poirot, nice chap. Didn't care much for tea, fortunately I have 2 coffee machines and a man in Cairo, working in import / export.
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Keith wrote:Call out threads are a banning offence, oui? Can you be banned for calling yourself out? :lol:
I love the irony!

And I'm no ironing champ.

The Management does that. She has a Laurastar.
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globus wrote:
Keith wrote:Call out threads are a banning offence, oui? Can you be banned for calling yourself out? :lol:
I love the irony!

And I'm no ironing champ.

The Management does that. She has a Laurastar.
You know somone is going to be shit hot on irons and mock you for that choice now. Keep it vague!
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AND-y wrote:
globus wrote:
Keith wrote:Call out threads are a banning offence, oui? Can you be banned for calling yourself out? :lol:
I love the irony!

And I'm no ironing champ.

The Management does that. She has a Laurastar.
You know somone is going to be shit hot on irons and mock you for that choice now. Keep it vague!
Excellent advice.
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Leffe wrote:
backrow wrote:
Leffe wrote:"Me me me me me me me"

Cairo !

Poisonous Monkeys !
I met him once; Poirot, nice chap. Didn't care much for tea, fortunately I have 2 coffee machines and a man in Cairo, working in import / export.
I can better that. One of my staff used to reply to letters to Sherlock Holmes.

And we know David Suchet. Met him on a destroyer moored off the boat show.

He is the most wonderful man.

In my list of the eight persons to invite for your final dinner table meal.

Have a go who is at number one. The first number one has died and I went to his funeral. Number two has also gone to meet the Archangel, as has number three.

One's Christian name is Peter.
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globus wrote:
Leffe wrote:
backrow wrote:
Leffe wrote:"Me me me me me me me"

Cairo !

Poisonous Monkeys !
I met him once; Poirot, nice chap. Didn't care much for tea, fortunately I have 2 coffee machines and a man in Cairo, working in import / export.
I can better that. One of my staff used to reply to letters to Sherlock Holmes.

And we know David Suchet. Met him on a destroyer moored off the boat show.

He is the most wonderful man.

In my list of the eight persons to invite for your final dinner table meal.

Have a go who is at number one. The first number one has died and I went to his funeral. Number two has also gone to meet the Archangel, as has number three.

One's Christian name is Peter.
Jeebus. What did you feed them?

And I'll guess at Peter Schmiechel.
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globus wrote:
Leffe wrote:
backrow wrote:
Leffe wrote:"Me me me me me me me"

Cairo !

Poisonous Monkeys !
I met him once; Poirot, nice chap. Didn't care much for tea, fortunately I have 2 coffee machines and a man in Cairo, working in import / export.
I can better that. One of my staff used to reply to letters to Sherlock Holmes.

And we know David Suchet. Met him on a destroyer moored off the boat show.

He is the most wonderful man.

In my list of the eight persons to invite for your final dinner table meal.

Have a go who is at number one. The first number one has died and I went to his funeral. Number two has also gone to meet the Archangel, as has number three.

One's Christian name is Peter.
Sutcliffe?
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koroke hangareka wrote:
AND-y wrote:
globus wrote:
Keith wrote:Call out threads are a banning offence, oui? Can you be banned for calling yourself out? :lol:
I love the irony!

And I'm no ironing champ.

The Management does that. She has a Laurastar.
You know somone is going to be shit hot on irons and mock you for that choice now. Keep it vague!
Excellent advice.
I'm more "vouge" than "vague".

My gran taught me to crotchet. I took about a month to make a blanket for my newborn daughter.

It's with "Silas Marner". Hopefully you might get the connection.

Complexity, the understanding of it and the solving, is central to me as is my love and detailed knowledge of music from pre 1986 keep my cells very active.

Along now with falconry and hitting clays. New shotgun in the offing.
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blindcider wrote:
globus wrote:
Leffe wrote:
backrow wrote:
Leffe wrote:"Me me me me me me me"

Cairo !

Poisonous Monkeys !
I met him once; Poirot, nice chap. Didn't care much for tea, fortunately I have 2 coffee machines and a man in Cairo, working in import / export.
I can better that. One of my staff used to reply to letters to Sherlock Holmes.

And we know David Suchet. Met him on a destroyer moored off the boat show.

He is the most wonderful man.

In my list of the eight persons to invite for your final dinner table meal.

Have a go who is at number one. The first number one has died and I went to his funeral. Number two has also gone to meet the Archangel, as has number three.

One's Christian name is Peter.
Sutcliffe?
Cellars !
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Im saying Peter Ustinov and bull sh1t you went to his funeral
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blindcider wrote:
globus wrote:
Leffe wrote:
backrow wrote:
Leffe wrote:"Me me me me me me me"

Cairo !

Poisonous Monkeys !
I met him once; Poirot, nice chap. Didn't care much for tea, fortunately I have 2 coffee machines and a man in Cairo, working in import / export.
I can better that. One of my staff used to reply to letters to Sherlock Holmes.

And we know David Suchet. Met him on a destroyer moored off the boat show.

He is the most wonderful man.

In my list of the eight persons to invite for your final dinner table meal.

Have a go who is at number one. The first number one has died and I went to his funeral. Number two has also gone to meet the Archangel, as has number three.

One's Christian name is Peter.
Sutcliffe?
A bit below the belt! I'm full of forgiveness though.

One day I'll tell of the murder of a lady whose body was dumped in a lay by on the A1 and I became good friends of the Police investigating team. The fella in charge will pop up here with his wife this summer.

By the way. They all got absolutely totalled in the pub in St Neots market place and most drove home. They had plenty of alcohol in their bloodstream but doubt any of their colleagues would ask them to blow in a bag.

No. I was not a suspect. There is the very strange tale of the swapped number plates.
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Winnie wrote:Im saying Peter Ustinov and bull sh1t you went to his funeral
Missed that one. He's up there though. A brilliant raconteur. Never spoke to him but shook his hand at a corporate event.

Next to him was possibly the most attractive woman on earth at the time. Got to peck her on the cheek!

I'll tell. Hannah Gordon.
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When did you bungee jump off the Clifton Suspension Bridge?
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BokJock wrote:When did you bungee jump off the Clifton Suspension Bridge?
Don't ask him difficult questions
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blindcider wrote:
globus wrote:
Leffe wrote:
backrow wrote:
Leffe wrote:"Me me me me me me me"

Cairo !

Poisonous Monkeys !
I met him once; Poirot, nice chap. Didn't care much for tea, fortunately I have 2 coffee machines and a man in Cairo, working in import / export.
I can better that. One of my staff used to reply to letters to Sherlock Holmes.

And we know David Suchet. Met him on a destroyer moored off the boat show.

He is the most wonderful man.

In my list of the eight persons to invite for your final dinner table meal.

Have a go who is at number one. The first number one has died and I went to his funeral. Number two has also gone to meet the Archangel, as has number three.

One's Christian name is Peter.
Sutcliffe?
:lol:

Quite obviously Ustinov.
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LandOTurk wrote:
blindcider wrote:Sutcliffe?
:lol:

Quite obviously Ustinov.
Oh its not.

Sellers, O'Toole, ....
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Peter Cook is my guess
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File?

Old I.T. crowd reference :P
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SaintK wrote:
BokJock wrote:When did you bungee jump off the Clifton Suspension Bridge?
Don't ask him difficult questions
Maybe he could narrow it down to before or after he appeared on University Challenge?
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BokJock wrote:
SaintK wrote:
BokJock wrote:When did you bungee jump off the Clifton Suspension Bridge?
Don't ask him difficult questions
Maybe he could narrow it down to before or after he appeared on University Challenge?
He probably could narrow it down, but he would probably catch himself out............once again.
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Anonymous. wrote:
globus wrote:Here it is. You opportunity to label and list both posters and posts that tick all the boxes in the genre.

I'd like to start with a certain individual but felt I should hold back a bit.

The nominations are open .............
Tosser
Hang on, are you nominating me?
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BokJock wrote:
SaintK wrote:
BokJock wrote:When did you bungee jump off the Clifton Suspension Bridge?
Don't ask him difficult questions
Maybe he could narrow it down to before or after he appeared on University Challenge?
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Monk Zombie wrote:Peter Cook is my guess
And you would be right.

I got to know him through Bill Tidy and Private Eye.

I have one of Bill's original cartoons.

<Hum> This may be a bridge too far for some posters.

Get back to the subject. Some have already gone into the top ten.
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SaintK wrote:
BokJock wrote:
SaintK wrote:
BokJock wrote:When did you bungee jump off the Clifton Suspension Bridge?
Don't ask him difficult questions
Maybe he could narrow it down to before or after he appeared on University Challenge?
He probably could narrow it down, but he would probably catch himself out............once again.
You are meticulously boring. You cannot help yourself, it's innate.

I just shrug my shoulders and wonder why you bother.

Have a go at "hysteresis". You will find it electrifying.

Your posts are as symptomatic as a wallowing sun-burnt walrus on a beach in Benidorm.
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globus wrote:
SaintK wrote:
BokJock wrote:
SaintK wrote:
BokJock wrote:When did you bungee jump off the Clifton Suspension Bridge?
Don't ask him difficult questions
Maybe he could narrow it down to before or after he appeared on University Challenge?
He probably could narrow it down, but he would probably catch himself out............once again.
You are meticulously boring. You cannot help yourself, it's innate.

I just shrug my shoulders and wonder why you bother.


Have a go at "hysteresis". You will find it electrifying.

Your posts are as symptomatic as a wallowing sun-burnt walrus on a beach in Benidorm.
the bolded is pretty much how 99% of the forum view your posts, globus :nod:

presume the sun burnt walrus is the Management ?
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Presume not. My lady is just that. And she's as slim and fit as you'd wish.

Recent photo will follow but got a right problem with the computer, to be replaced shortly.

I'll see what I can manage but it's a bit "hit and hope".
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Poor mans 'Readers Wives'
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globus wrote:
Monk Zombie wrote:Peter Cook is my guess
And you would be right.

I got to know him through Bill Tidy and Private Eye.

I have one of Bill's original cartoons.

<Hum> This may be a bridge too far for some posters.

Get back to the subject. Some have already gone into the top ten.
He was friends with Barry Humphries (naturally, they were both Ozzies. Plus Peter Cook and others from the CU Footlights (at the ADC Theatre nearby)
And of course through Barry Humphries and Clive James.
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danny_fitz wrote:Poor mans 'Readers Wives'
But I'm not "poor" at all. I can afford gold diggers with lovely bodies.

But my wonderful Management has it all. Including a rather good voice inherited from her mum.
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globus wrote:
danny_fitz wrote:Poor mans 'Readers Wives'
But I'm not "poor" at all. I can afford gold diggers with lovely bodies.

But my wonderful Management has it all. Including a rather good voice inherited from her mum.
pfffft, you can't live in an inherited voice in Raynes park !
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danny_fitz wrote:Poor mans 'Readers Wives'
Bored Susan from Corby, 59, likes playing with her selection of toys, or preferably Toy boys. Says Bouncy Susan, 38-38-42, "I can't wait to get some hunky waiter inside of me whilst my boring maggot-man husband is on his stupid bloody boat!"
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