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Discussion Topic  RE: Wives (in Questions & Answers about Words) by FatStan
Being a housewife was a hard job. Tinman[/QUOTE] That's right Tinman, being a housewife was hard......
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Discussion Topic  RE: License to play (in Potpourri) by FatStan
Mr Waters of Waters and Robson soft drinks in Morpeth has H2 EAU...
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Discussion Topic  RE: You say "Horse," I say "po-TAH-to." (in Questions & Answers about Words) by FatStan
Perhaps I read too much in this; your post is rather subtle: Are you issuing a challenge that we pos......
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Discussion Topic  RE: You say "Horse," I say "po-TAH-to." (in Questions & Answers about Words) by FatStan
[QUOTE]Originally posted by Morgan: FatStan, welcome Back! We have missed your voice! Thank you f......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Humo(u)r? (in Potpourri) by FatStan
[QUOTE]Originally posted by Hic et ubique: An interesting disparallelism there, Stan. You say: "fir......
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Discussion Topic  Humo(u)r? (in Potpourri) by FatStan
I have been informed that the differences between American and British senses of humour can be illus......
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Discussion Topic  RE: You say "Horse," I say "po-TAH-to." (in Questions & Answers about Words) by FatStan
It amazes me how much variation in accent there is in the county of my birth - Northumberland. From ......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Fraudulent use of words? (in Questions & Answers about Words) by FatStan
That's a neoteric one on me!...
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Discussion Topic  RE: Like, what do you, like, think of this.... (in Potpourri) by FatStan
Shufitz Try ......
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Discussion Topic  RE: In hono(u)r of Richard and Stan ... and beer ... (in Questions & Answers about Words) by FatStan
Well done. I'll drop the pencil case off the next time I'm in your locality!...
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Discussion Topic  RE: 6 Letters to fun! (in Wordplay) by FatStan
WNEYFO We'll never enjoy your free ouzo. WYSTMT [This message was edited by FatStan on Tue Sep 17t......
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Discussion Topic  RE: In hono(u)r of Richard and Stan ... and beer ... (in Questions & Answers about Words) by FatStan
My favourite drink related rhyming slang came from the British TV series Minder. George Cole (Arthur......
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Discussion Topic  RE: In hono(u)r of Richard and Stan ... and beer ... (in Questions & Answers about Words) by FatStan
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Discussion Topic  RE: In hono(u)r of Richard and Stan ... and beer ... (in Questions & Answers about Words) by FatStan
And finally, from Eileen at the Black Swan: Lashed...
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Discussion Topic  RE: Like, what do you, like, think of this.... (in Potpourri) by FatStan
I have always found that the correction of grammar in children is best achieved by beating them with......
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Discussion Topic  RE: In hono(u)r of Richard and Stan ... and beer ... (in Questions & Answers about Words) by FatStan
Well Morgan I'm now back from the pub with more ammunition. Blotto Full of peeve Legless Tipsy ......
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Discussion Topic  RE: A foot (in Questions & Answers about Words) by FatStan
I forgot to mention that in the North East, Newcastle Brown Ale is known as "Lunatic's Broth" or "Jo......
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Discussion Topic  RE: A foot (in Questions & Answers about Words) by FatStan
I must agree with Bob and Richard on Newcastle Brown Ale. In my youth I would drink seven or eight b......
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Discussion Topic  RE: In hono(u)r of Richard and Stan ... and beer ... (in Questions & Answers about Words) by FatStan
Well oiled Rat-arsed Kale-eyed Pissed as a newt One over the eight Mortal Bladdered I'm off t......
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Discussion Topic  RE: A foot (in Questions & Answers about Words) by FatStan
Richard is in the minority in England with his real ale enthusiasm. The vast majority of people here......
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