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Discussion in 'General Chat' started by andy w, Jan 29, 2016.
Try saying that after five pints.
My experience is that it gets easier in those circumstances.
I know a chap who came here in 1956 and therefore couldn't go back until fairly recently.
It is a constant source of amusement that people who have only existed here since maybe 1990ish still think that he is the interloper...
Magyar is the only language I speak where my pronunciation improves when pissed apparently. Not that I speak much as it isn't entirely intuitive to learn...
They're even taking our cat's jobs.
Sums it all up really...
Can't even spell Beatles and 'British' is usually OK with just the one T - and is Kylie British?
And is that a Czech beer pump?
Wot no Quo ?.......
Probably couldn't spell it.
Isn't Kylie Monologue an Oz … ?
In the mid-1970s I was given a book for Christmas called "Europe", containing about 30 large maps with text about various aspects of Europe - trade, languages, ethnicity etc - as well as borders, cities, rivers and roads. The book contained this Forward.
I think that bit at the bottom is just to remind Kylie, the barmaid, not to be late.
To which the barmaid replied: "Right on Cobber, gidday gidday …. (pommie berstad.) "
Surely you can always rely on a Kylie to come back?
Outback more likely.....
Kylie is just trying to be Neighbourly …. (ARF ARF !!)
How will YOU celebrate?
I am lucky enough to be at liberty to get absolutely blind drunk, an opportunity that i intend to exploit wholeheartedly.
I will be in bed I assume or watching BBC4.
By removing lots of people I thought more sensible from my Facebook friends.