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Postby Lady Murasaki » Wed Aug 15, 2018 8:50 am

I presumed the rug on your head was shivering with all the wobbling you do.
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Postby LordRaven » Wed Aug 15, 2018 8:59 am

Lady Murasaki wrote:I presumed the rug on your head was shivering with all the wobbling you do.


I always play "spot the syrup" whenever I see some poor sod sporting one :smilin:

I recall a guy I knew who suffered from alopecia, typical squaddie humour earned him the nickname Chernobyl--cruel but witty.
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Lady Murasaki wrote:I presumed the rug on your head was shivering with all the wobbling you do.


I always play "spot the syrup" whenever I see some poor sod sporting one :smilin:

I recall a guy I knew who suffered from alopecia, typical squaddie humour earned him the nickname Chernobyl--cruel but witty.
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Lady Murasaki wrote:I presumed the rug on your head was shivering with all the wobbling you do.


I always play "spot the syrup" whenever I see some poor sod sporting one :smilin:

I recall a guy I knew who suffered from alopecia, typical squaddie humour earned him the nickname Chernobyl--cruel but witty.
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Lady Murasaki wrote:I presumed the rug on your head was shivering with all the wobbling you do.


I always play "spot the syrup" whenever I see some poor sod sporting one :smilin:

I recall a guy I knew who suffered from alopecia, typical squaddie humour earned him the nickname Chernobyl--cruel but witty.
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Lady Murasaki wrote:I presumed the rug on your head was shivering with all the wobbling you do.


I always play "spot the syrup" whenever I see some poor sod sporting one :smilin:

I recall a guy I knew who suffered from alopecia, typical squaddie humour earned him the nickname Chernobyl--cruel but witty.
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Lady Murasaki wrote:I presumed the rug on your head was shivering with all the wobbling you do.


I always play "spot the syrup" whenever I see some poor sod sporting one :smilin:

I recall a guy I knew who suffered from alopecia, typical squaddie humour earned him the nickname Chernobyl--cruel but witty.
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Postby LordRaven » Wed Aug 15, 2018 9:02 am

WTF??? I was unable to post ? And yet here we have several?
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Postby Lady Murasaki » Wed Aug 15, 2018 9:07 am

:pmsl:

You’ve played that syrup game often then?
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Postby LordRaven » Wed Aug 15, 2018 9:17 am

Lady Murasaki wrote::pmsl:

You’ve played that syrup game often then?


I once had an Italian girl who was studying English staying with me and she used to say "shall we go to the pub and play Schiffo, Brutto, Vecchio( sorry if spelling is wrong as I cannot be arsed to google)?

Always a fun day out :smilin:
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Postby Lady Murasaki » Wed Aug 15, 2018 9:21 am

LordRaven wrote:
Lady Murasaki wrote::pmsl:

You’ve played that syrup game often then?


I once had an Italian girl who was studying English staying with me and she used to say "shall we go to the pub and play Schiffo, Brutto, Vecchio( sorry if spelling is wrong as I cannot be arsed to google)?

Always a fun day out :smilin:


The rug’s alright if it blends but I don’t understand why some choose rugs that stand out a mile. We had an Indian guvnor who wore a ginger one ffs, that’s just asking for the piss to be taken! :brickwall:
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Postby LordRaven » Wed Aug 15, 2018 9:30 am

Lady Murasaki wrote:
LordRaven wrote:
Lady Murasaki wrote::pmsl:

You’ve played that syrup game often then?


I once had an Italian girl who was studying English staying with me and she used to say "shall we go to the pub and play Schiffo, Brutto, Vecchio( sorry if spelling is wrong as I cannot be arsed to google)?

Always a fun day out :smilin:


The rug’s alright if it blends but I don’t understand why some choose rugs that stand out a mile. We had an Indian guvnor who wore a ginger one ffs, that’s just asking for the piss to be taken! :brickwall:


That is amusing, there was once a 24/7 store opposite the Troubadour in Earls Court run by two pakistani brothers, who were advanced in age, and they both wore syrups but very strangely they used to swap?
As the two syrups were different shades colour-wise it was always quite amusing
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Postby Lady Murasaki » Wed Aug 15, 2018 9:33 am

LordRaven wrote:
Lady Murasaki wrote:
LordRaven wrote:
Lady Murasaki wrote::pmsl:

You’ve played that syrup game often then?


I once had an Italian girl who was studying English staying with me and she used to say "shall we go to the pub and play Schiffo, Brutto, Vecchio( sorry if spelling is wrong as I cannot be arsed to google)?

Always a fun day out :smilin:


The rug’s alright if it blends but I don’t understand why some choose rugs that stand out a mile. We had an Indian guvnor who wore a ginger one ffs, that’s just asking for the piss to be taken! :brickwall:


That is amusing, there was once a 24/7 store opposite the Troubadour in Earls Court run by two pakistani brothers, who were advanced in age, and they both wore syrups but very strangely they used to swap?
As the two syrups were different shades colour-wise it was always quite amusing


Did they swap or did they just look alike to you? eyebrow
Why are they called syrups?

Whenever our ‘Ginge’ stood up to talk the tables would vibrate with everyone suppressing their laughter. I don’t know how he remained oblivious to it all but he did. :gigglesnshit:
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Postby HobbitFeet » Wed Aug 15, 2018 9:37 am

syrup of figs

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Postby Guest » Wed Aug 15, 2018 9:41 am

Lady Murasaki wrote:
LordRaven wrote:
Lady Murasaki wrote:
LordRaven wrote:
Lady Murasaki wrote::pmsl:

You’ve played that syrup game often then?


I once had an Italian girl who was studying English staying with me and she used to say "shall we go to the pub and play Schiffo, Brutto, Vecchio( sorry if spelling is wrong as I cannot be arsed to google)?

Always a fun day out :smilin:


The rug’s alright if it blends but I don’t understand why some choose rugs that stand out a mile. We had an Indian guvnor who wore a ginger one ffs, that’s just asking for the piss to be taken! :brickwall:


That is amusing, there was once a 24/7 store opposite the Troubadour in Earls Court run by two pakistani brothers, who were advanced in age, and they both wore syrups but very strangely they used to swap?
As the two syrups were different shades colour-wise it was always quite amusing


Did they swap or did they just look alike to you? eyebrow
Why are they called syrups?

Whenever our ‘Ginge’ stood up to talk the tables would vibrate with everyone suppressing their laughter. I don’t know how he remained oblivious to it all but he did. :gigglesnshit:


I know a woman who has to wear a wig and it also looks ridiculous but for some reason it’s seen as less ok to take the piss out of baldy women.
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