** TREASURY OF MIRTH - PART DEUX!!**

Backslapping time. Well done us. We are fantastic.
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Postby bhoywonder » 27 Apr 2006, 12:48

From the thread about look-a-likes:

Sutekh wrote:
Clippernolan wrote:
Desmond Wolfie wrote:Image

RAY CHARLES


This one was featured on the last thread, and stands to be my personal favourite. I love the line of caucasian pink near his collar region. That makes it extra special.


Looks like a negative of John Shuttleworth...

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Postby Butch Manly » 27 Apr 2006, 21:35

JQW wrote:Show me a list that isn't pathetic.


funky_nomad wrote:Nothing pathetic about this list:

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i actually laughed out loud.
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Postby Quaco » 28 Apr 2006, 01:26

Charlie O. wrote:
Quaco wrote:For some reason, I never liked Klaatu much. Perhaps it's the fact that the album features a horrid song called "Anus of Uranus" -- kind of lowers my opinion of the musicians for some reason!


Now, if it had been a really good song called "Anus Of Uranus"...
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Postby JQW » 28 Apr 2006, 13:50

capt sword wrote:I had a few appointments with a nurse at the end of last year to establish if there was something wrong. The common issue she kept raising was to cut down on the alcohol. So i told her approx how much i drink in a day. She was not happpy!

A week later i received a letter from the NHS to attend an AA clinic in town. Bloody hell i thought! This is serious! So i go down to see this nurse. Bloody hell! She laid into me and read me the riot act about my so called drinking. I had only been in the room a few minutes. She was one of those old type, with woolen jumper, beads and huge glasses. A bit scary. Anyway she goes on and on and on about how much i drink in a day. Telling me that i should be dead. So i snapped and said well how much do i drink then?

Do you know what she said?
"Well according to a report from your nurse, that on an average day you will drink FORTY FIVE pints".

45 pints a day?!

I said bollocks! I told my nurse that i drink 4 to 5 pints a day.
Christ almighty!
And with that i walked out and went to the pub.
Funny eh?

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Postby souphound » 28 Apr 2006, 14:03

JQW wrote:
capt sword wrote:I had a few appointments with a nurse at the end of last year to establish if there was something wrong. The common issue she kept raising was to cut down on the alcohol. So i told her approx how much i drink in a day. She was not happpy!

A week later i received a letter from the NHS to attend an AA clinic in town. Bloody hell i thought! This is serious! So i go down to see this nurse. Bloody hell! She laid into me and read me the riot act about my so called drinking. I had only been in the room a few minutes. She was one of those old type, with woolen jumper, beads and huge glasses. A bit scary. Anyway she goes on and on and on about how much i drink in a day. Telling me that i should be dead. So i snapped and said well how much do i drink then?

Do you know what she said?
"Well according to a report from your nurse, that on an average day you will drink FORTY FIVE pints".

45 pints a day?!

I said bollocks! I told my nurse that i drink 4 to 5 pints a day.
Christ almighty!
And with that i walked out and went to the pub.
Funny eh?

:P



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Postby Johnny Fartpants » 28 Apr 2006, 17:14

I'm putting this in for the final line from Harvey ...

Harvey K-Tel wrote:
Johnny Fartpants wrote:
Harvey K-Tel wrote:
Johnny Fartpants wrote:
Harvey K-Tel wrote:Isn't it your bedtime?


Shut up Grandad.


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Postby The Prof » 28 Apr 2006, 17:40

Putting your own exchanges into the Treasury? :?

A new low.

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Postby Johnny Fartpants » 28 Apr 2006, 17:48

The Prof wrote:Putting your own exchanges into the Treasury? :?

A new low.


Did you read the line above ... I said I was putting it in for Harvey's last line. You complete poof.

:x

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Postby The Prof » 28 Apr 2006, 17:50

Johnny Fartpants wrote:
The Prof wrote:Putting your own exchanges into the Treasury? :?

A new low.


Did you read the line above ... I said I was putting it in for Harvey's last line. You complete poof.

:x


I don't care - you're still a twat!

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Postby Diamond Dog » 29 Apr 2006, 06:53

BCB Curator of Mirth wrote:I say, chaps. The Treasury is a depository for any of those little moments that have brought a smile to your face on other threads on this site and works best if one can casually peruse it at one's leisure without having to wade through (often not funny at all) discussion and inane chit-chat.

Could we just transfer things here and discuss them elsewhere, please?

Thanks in advance.


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Postby K » 29 Apr 2006, 12:37

goldwax wrote:
Diamond Dog wrote:
BCB Curator of Mirth wrote:I say, chaps. The Treasury is a depository for any of those little moments that have brought a smile to your face on other threads on this site and works best if one can casually peruse it at one's leisure without having to wade through (often not funny at all) discussion and inane chit-chat.

Could we just transfer things here and discuss them elsewhere, please?

Thanks in advance.


:roll:


BCB Curator of Mirth wrote:I say, chaps. The Treasury is a depository for any of those little moments that have brought a smile to your face on other threads on this site and works best if one can casually peruse it at one's leisure without having to wade through (often not funny at all) discussion and inane chit-chat.

Could we just transfer things here and discuss them elsewhere, please?

Thanks in advance.


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Postby James R » 01 May 2006, 11:47

On the "Late Period Albums" thread:

Minnie the Minx wrote:I thought this was a thread about albums people have recorded about pregnancy scares
pcqgod wrote:I like how Liebling progresses from a rotting, animated corpse living in his parents' basement to a slightly more life-affirming walking corpse by the end of the movie.

Goat Boy wrote:I recall a midget with large tits dancing.

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Postby T. Berry Shuffle » 01 May 2006, 15:13

[url=http://decider.cf.huffingtonpost.com/]I am the egg head, I'm the Commander, I'm the Decider
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You read that in a book, didn't you?!

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Postby The Write Profile » 02 May 2006, 13:02

This chestnut came from a discussion about Jaws 4

Snarfyguy wrote:
Danny Boy wrote:
Snarfyguy wrote:Wasn't this one in "3D?"


That's Jaws 3. Or Jaws 3-D if you will.

"The third dimension is terror!"


Well it certainly isn't depth.


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Postby brotherlouie » 02 May 2006, 13:09

In the Place Names thread:

Johnny 99 wrote:Image

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Postby cheifwhat » 02 May 2006, 23:45

jimjim asking about GTA San Andreas Game wrote:
sensemeliawopnibop wrote:You can't save during a mission...only after...then you go back to your save house to save.


Mission? Uh?

I thought the idea was to beat the crap out of everybody, gain some respect & avoid the cops? Doesn't say this in the brochure.
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Postby Sneelock » 03 May 2006, 02:47

direct from the "Gary Glitter is Innocent" thread:
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Doesn't this belong in the Kung Fu thread next door?

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Postby Sea Of Tunes » 03 May 2006, 18:38

On the Steve Hoffmann boards, there is a lively and as usual obsessive discussion about the orange vs. the red-labeled version of Petula Clark's 'Downtown'. After a number of BCBers have laughed themselves silly over all the anal retentiveness, one of them takes the fun one step further. Muskrat draws our attention to what our own Penk wrote on the Hoffmann=board: :wink:

Muskrat wrote:A Boner joins the festivities:

penk wrote:I own both the red and orange label versions, and also the green UK pressing run as a limited edition to commemorate the death of Edwin Starr. I try to alternate between each version whenever I play the record, but the orange version is certainly my favourite – it looks so much more exciting as I gaze lovingly at the turntable while spinning it. I still remember, in fact, the day I first played it, having only been familiar with the red label version. It was like entering a whole new world of pleasure: I couldn’t believe I’d been content to listen to my red version for all these years, because listening to the orange one gave me such a rush. Nowadays I make sure I buy records in every possible colour, because I don’t want to miss out on another wonderful moment like this.
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Postby Walk In My Shadow » 03 May 2006, 18:39

And Penk gets banned...when exactly?
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