Tell Us Something Really Trivial About Your Life (Vol 32)

Tell Us Something Really Trivial About Your Life (Vol 32)

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DickyC

Original Poster:

35,043 posts

146 months

Wednesday 23rd October
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glenrobbo said:
Thank heaven somebody has acted on my distress beacon signal.

I'm over here, Dicky! wavey At about twenty-five past!
Perhaps the homing signal is being distorted by the defribbermalator thingy they keep activating on my chest?...

shout CLEAR!!! Aaaagh!!! bounce
In the glove box of your Aston?

Handy.

I am so pissed.

Such a cheap date.

One sniff of the barmaid's apron etc etc




AutoFcensoreduckUp believed I meant, "One snuff of the mermaid's apron."

Imaginative.

glenrobbo

16,982 posts

98 months

Wednesday 23rd October
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Now, where was I? scratchchin
Ah, yes! Mmmmmm. lick Kylie in hot pants. cloud9

I should be so lucky.
Lucky lucky lucky. :sigh: '*




* My hot pants are much too tight nowadays. frown

P5BNij

4,556 posts

54 months

Wednesday 23rd October
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DickyC said:
Rachel's Riley.



Nurse!

The screens!
I don't see what all the fuss is about. Oh hang on a mo.... wink

My Mum's best mate Monika who lived a few doors down the road used to wear hotpants and knee boots in the early '70s, the best education a young nipper can have. By coincidence she looked very much like the Italian goddess Monika Viti. I've not been the same since.

Nurse...!

glenrobbo

16,982 posts

98 months

Wednesday 23rd October
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Dicky, what on earth are you doing taking snuff in the Mermaid's Apron, Flixton?

Did you fly up to Barton Aerodrome in the old Lizzie?

If you were sober, we could have met up somewhere for few pints.
You need to watch out for that Holts' fighting bitter, it can have quite a serious affect on the old stabilising gyros.

If I were you, I'd stick to the Robbie's Trooper. It's only 4.7 somethings. drink
.
Edit: Unless you have ended up in a place of worship, in which case the Abbott will take care of you. :whistle

Or is it the Fox?
Or perhaps the Railway? Shall we send P5BNij to collect you?

Edited by glenrobbo on Wednesday 23 October 17:21

227bhp

9,824 posts

76 months

Wednesday 23rd October
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You'll be pleased to know the rat trap was eventually found empty nearby, most of the peanut butter had gone.
I'll keep you updated.

Scrump

6,861 posts

106 months

Wednesday 23rd October
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Right I have now had time to consider Mrs Scrump's question and I have just managed to move on from considering the mismatched pair.
I now have Kylie and her hot pants to consider.
This is turning out to be a busy day.

glenrobbo

16,982 posts

98 months

Wednesday 23rd October
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Scrump said:
Right I have now had time to consider Mrs Scrump's question and I have just managed to move on from considering the mismatched pair.
I now have Kylie and her hot pants to consider.
This is turning out to be a busy day.
Yes, Scrump, there's no time to be beating about the Bush. nono

glenrobbo

16,982 posts

98 months

Wednesday 23rd October
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227bhp said:
You'll be pleased to know the rat trap was eventually found empty nearby, most of the peanut butter had gone.
I'll keep you updated.
Badgers are very fond of peanut butter. lick
.

Just sayin'.

And lawn sausage.

DickyC

Original Poster:

35,043 posts

146 months

Wednesday 23rd October
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glenrobbo said:
Dicky, what on earth are you doing taking snuff in the Mermaid's Apron, Flixton?

Did you fly up to Barton Aerodrome in the old Lizzie?

If you were sober, we could have met up somewhere for few pints.
You need to watch out for that Holts' fighting bitter, it can have quite a serious affect on the old stabilising gyros.

If I were you, I'd stick to the Robbie's Trooper. It's only 4.7 somethings. drink
.
Edit: Unless you have ended up in a place of worship, in which case the Abbott will take care of you. :whistle

Or is it the Fox?
Or perhaps the Railway? Shall we send P5BNij to collect you?
Send the Lysander.

I'll meet you in Lysander.

I'll see you in the Lysander Arms.

I'll see what the Standing Orders are for tomorrow and call you.

Will you be able to hear me from here?

glenrobbo

16,982 posts

98 months

Wednesday 23rd October
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DickyC said:
Send the Lysander.

I'll meet you in Lysander.

I'll see you in the Lysander Arms.

I'll see what the Standing Orders are for tomorrow and call you.

Will you be able to hear me from here?
Pardon? ears

I might do if I remove these earplugs.
But tomorrow I'm Robbopopping from 11:30 until 18:30hrs.

DickyC

Original Poster:

35,043 posts

146 months

Wednesday 23rd October
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6.30am taxi rank tea stand Manchester Piccadilly it is.

Tea and a cheese stottie?

Pericoloso

41,271 posts

111 months

Wednesday 23rd October
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Who signed off the authorisation to allow DC north of the Watford Gap again ?

He gets a bit light headed up that high.....tongue out

Bobberoo99

11,423 posts

46 months

Wednesday 23rd October
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Had a phone call from Mrs Bobbers tonight,
Phone rings I pick it up,"Lo"
Mrs Bobbers "I've taken the car back to work and left it there, the roads are at a standstill!!"
To clarify the situation, it's a 15 minute walk for her, but if she has to pick up milk for the office she takes her car.
Me "Ok, so where are you now?"
Her "I've just left work you twonk!!!"
Me "Hang on, it's twenty past five!!"
Her "Yep, I made it as far as the end of the close before I ground to a halt, it took me 10 minutes to turn the fking car around!!!"
On second thoughts, laughing at her and suggesting she have some refresher driving lessons may not have been such a good idea!!!!

Pericoloso

41,271 posts

111 months

Wednesday 23rd October
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She just wants a new old Focus ,like what yous have.

Back to the classifieds B.

Scrump

6,861 posts

106 months

Wednesday 23rd October
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Pericoloso said:
She just wants a new old Focus ,like what yous have.

Back to the classifieds B.
yes but she wants hers to have 5 cylinders.

Pericoloso

41,271 posts

111 months

Wednesday 23rd October
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Scrump said:
Pericoloso said:
She just wants a new old Focus ,like what yous have.

Back to the classifieds B.
yes but she wants hers to have 5 cylinders.
Available only in bright green ,white and blue......tank

glenrobbo

16,982 posts

98 months

Wednesday 23rd October
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DickyC said:
6.30am taxi rank tea stand Manchester Piccadilly it is.

Tea and a cheese stottie?
6:30am in the morning ??? yikes

Are you confusing me with that Bobbers?

My GMPTE OAP bus pass doesn't kick in until 09:30hrs.
And Northern Rail are still busy trying to get some sort of train service to tempt the lemmings into the city.
And the only cars that are tolerated by Manchester City Council are taxis, but I suspect those will be barred from entering any day soon unless they are powered solely by two AA Duracells . Or a single RAC PP9.

Realistically the only way to get there is on a pushbike, but as soon as you dismount, some scrote will have nicked it.

Also, I wasn't aware that stotties are available in Piccadilly.
I really do enjoy a nice stottie, but I get mine from a branch of Greggs on the way to Teesside.
In Manchester Piccadilly you're more likely to get a Neccles Cake.

Are you heading back darn sarf in the morning?
Or are you lingering a little longer, searching for rare specimens of Northern Trivia?


Edited by glenrobbo on Wednesday 23 October 19:13

Bobberoo99

11,423 posts

46 months

Wednesday 23rd October
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Pericoloso said:
Scrump said:
Pericoloso said:
She just wants a new old Focus ,like what yous have.

Back to the classifieds B.
yes but she wants hers to have 5 cylinders.
Available only in bright green ,white and blue......tank
Thanks you two!!!! grumpy
I just read your posts to her, "I don't really care so long as it's not RED!!!"
"Ha!!! You've changed your tune, told me I wasn't allowed an ST!!!!" frown
"Yyeeeeaahhh, you're not , I am though!!!!"
Cow bag!!!! grumpy

PMacanGTS

305 posts

19 months

Wednesday 23rd October
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glenrobbo said:
But surely it can't be very trivial if those documents warranted the investment of paperclips and staples, as well as all that time spent collating and wrangling?

soapbox I demand a second independent Triv-O-Meter reading!
And a recalibration of the first piece of apparatus.
The documents in question, once collated, formed a chapter from the wildly popular, and entertaining, ‘Collating for dummies’. And I’d printed it in order to practise what I’d learned in said book.

I’m not sure if that helps clarify the triviality of the task or not, I guess I’ll let the Triv-O-Meter decide.




Edited by PMacanGTS on Wednesday 23 October 19:22

DickyC

Original Poster:

35,043 posts

146 months

Wednesday 23rd October
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PMacanGTS said:
The documents in question, once collated, formed a chapter from the wildly popular, and entertaining, ‘Collating for dummies’. And I’d printed it in order to practise what I’d learnt in said book.

I’m not sure if that helps clarify the triviality of the task or not, I guess I’ll let the Triv-O-Meter decide.
A TrivBit sales opportunity right there.