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Smart plan there, TFD!
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I'm just trying to Maximize our chances of getting beyond page 99.

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shoeld we really be going in this direction, most probabbly won't get the references.

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Cone't we just try it for a while longer?
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quote:
Originally posted by garlicguy:
Cone't we just try it for a while longer?

GG, that's the second-worst pun I ever saw.

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quote:
Originally posted by The Famous Druid:
quote:
Originally posted by garlicguy:
Cone't we just try it for a while longer?

GG, that's the second-worst pun I ever saw.
If 99 had said that I would have to silencer.

PS: What was the worst?

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I don't know what I was thinking... it seemed like a good idea at the time.

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Well... I've seen wurst puns on hot dogs.

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I guess I can't knock that.
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It would be a real brat that tried to to stall this punfest.

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Hmmm... spys, sausages, I don't quite see the link guys.

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TFD....neither are quite what they seem.... [Wink]

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I never sausage a collection of bad puns.

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quote:
Originally posted by The Famous Druid:
I never sausage a collection of bad puns.

Just when I was thinking we deserved a pattie on the back for our efforts...

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Speaking of sausages...

I used to work in East London, and one day I encountered a 'delicacy' that looked a little like a sausage, but was actually the infamous 'jellied eel'. *shudder*

A workmate, from an 'old East London family' filled me in on the history of this time-honoured East London tradition.

It dates back to medieval times, when London was troubled by a water dragon that lived in the Thames. It would emerge from the water at night, roaming the streets and devouring helpless east-enders. The Tower of London was built as a defence against the ravenous beast, but to no avail, for the great wyrm could slither up and over the walls with ease.

Then along came a Hero, tradition has it that he was Saint George himself, although history tells us George lived and died centuries earlier. There ensued a great battle, and the beast was slain. The dragon was butchered, minced, and made into sausages to be served to the people at the celebratory feast.

This event was alluded to by Dickens (himself an East-Ender) in that classic line...

It was the beast of Thames, it was the wurst of Thames.

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Good one, Druid, old lad. I bet Dickens himself would have gotten a banger out of that one.

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That's some mashterful punning Druid and GG.

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AJ - What I find amazing is that, even with all the switching around, this thread doesn't just spudder and die.

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Nice of you to chip in AJ, we need all the puns we can get.

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Well I know I haven't been around much lately. I've been busy learning how to play the tuber.

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quote:
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Well I know I haven't been around much lately. I've been busy learning how to play the tuber.

Sweet!
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Boy yam I amazed at the spurt of activity in this thread! It's like the pedal is mashed to the floor!

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Seems it has gotten a few of us off the couch.
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Well, as long as we keep our collective futon the gas we'll hit our 100 page goal in no time.

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Sofa, so good.

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These furniture puns are deskpicable.

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