Alas poor.....

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  1. Bergalia
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    Sad news this morning for all readers of the Goat Design Forum, the goat, known as Rose to close friends, has died.
    Rose became a web phenomenon when it was reported that she had been "married" to Sudanese man Charles Tombe. The wedding was enforced by elders after a drunken Tombe was found taking advantage of the poor animal. He was also made to pay a dowry to Rose's original owner. The elders hoped to shame Tombe, though did not spare Rose's feelings in doing so.
    I believe a sacred 'mass' is planned at a Masonic Temple near you....
    :(
     
  2. lazeyjack

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    careful you will be dubbed as crude lewd and unamusing
     
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    westlawn5554X STUDENT

    Bergalia in a good cult sect... I hope... I prefer self meditation in front of a wall, always work... you can almost see bacteri migration on the wall...

    I almost get the thread... my old english dic is outdated version :)
     
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    Alas poor....

    My old Scottish dic - still in perfect working order....:p
     
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    at your age:!: :eek: :eek: :eek:
     
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    Alas poor....

    That's exactly what my wife said........:mad:
     
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    safewalrus Ancient Marriner

    But ain't that wot yer sporrans for? alas poor Rose, far better a lady than the 'apple barrel' (specially when its your turn in it!) methinks!

    Oh what a sheltered life us Cornish have:D :D
     
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    What you guys talking about? What else was it we used to do after holding hands and kissing? I can’t remember… :p
     
  9. Bergalia
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    Alas poor....

    Spoken like a well married man....:(
     
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  11. Bergalia
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    Alas poor....

    I'm not touching this one Walrus - it's up to you....:p
     
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    safewalrus Ancient Marriner

    MMMmmm! Ain't lived has 'ee! apple Barrel be a simple way of relieving yer tensions at sea (tis better than the 'old sock' - that's what the modern sailor uses!)! Nip forr'ad to the manger and talk to the goat gotta be a better way to do it - first ye needs a sailors mind (kinda on the feeeelthy side)
     
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    safewalrus Ancient Marriner

    Gross of course its gross - that's wot the feeethy minds for!
     
  14. Bergalia
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    Alas poor....

    Genuine sheeps wool as opposed to nylon is favoured by our New Zealand cousins...has a more 'homely' touch....:D
     

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    safewalrus Ancient Marriner

    Aye, gets a better 'feel' to it
     
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