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Discussion in 'Bulletin Board' started by redarmychris, Jan 17, 2018.

  1. Donny Red

    Donny Red Well-Known Member

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    What's the significance of the bow tie and the locks?
     
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    Young Nudger Well-Known Member

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    Obvious.
    Redarmychris admitting this thread is total
    ........ BowLocks
     
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    18 replies and counting
     
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    Or a key pair of players?
     
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    The bow locks is from shenk1. "Hope its not all...bow...locks". Nowt to do wi RAC.
     
  6. Donny Red

    Donny Red Well-Known Member

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    I love trying to guess the answer to picture puzzles. My mate is a member of the General Custer
    Appreciation Society. In time for their annual dinner they commissioned an artist to paint his interpretation
    of a scene at the Battle of the Little Bighorn which of course was Custers Last stand.
    Trouble was there were so many involved at the battle the artist had no chance with the time allowed to paint
    anything of meaningful detail. On the evening of the dinner the President of the Society pulled the cord to reveal
    the painting. It showed a fish with a halo over its head with a number of braves having sex with their squaws around
    the perimeter of the canvas. He was asked to explain the meaning of the painting.
    He informed those present that he had attempted to capture the Generals last known words which were:
    " Holy Makerel surrounded by fu*kin Indians".
     
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  7. Young Nudger

    Young Nudger Well-Known Member

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    Probably some truth in what redarmychris is saying so that might not be all BowLocks.
    But how it's been presented on here by redarmychris is definitely all BowLocks.
     
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    You just watch Martin Guptil score a hat trick for us on Saturday.
     
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    Young Nudger Well-Known Member

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    Eamon Andrews ........
    "well Martin, you thought you were going for a night out with the New Zealand cricket team ...... but tonight Martin, you are the new centre forward for Barnsley Football Club".

    "here's yer shirt ...... put the foooker on"
     
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    Don't let em draw you old cock.

    Waffle & bullshit.
     
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    Northern slum, whippets, a trophy at their expense, them utilising our squad players on loan because we're so much better than them, and beating them to both Mawson and Lindsay.

    Sucks to be us.
     
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    I can remember some of them giving it large in the build up to Wembley. They were frantically rubbing their thighs because they were taking so many "fans" to the JPT final.
     
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    I shook hands with, and wished well to an Oxford fan after the JPT final - wish that I'd have pissed on his shoes now.
     
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    Personally think a keeper is a key signing for us. Davies is in serious need of some competition.
     
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    Bollocks
     
  17. redarmychris

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  18. Young Nudger

    Young Nudger Well-Known Member

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    Increase
    Water levels
    Back

    Obviously with all the rain the chuffing river Dearne has come overt flood banks ageean.
    Hell fire !!!
     
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    Forward named Topsy :)
     
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    A tall C back? I wouldn't have thought a centre back would be a priority though