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Funny even if it turns out to be fake.

 

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Barnard Castle! - You really couldn't make this up!!!

 

 

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Hale and Pace predicted 2020.

 

 

 

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Hale and pace are so under rated, who can forget billy and Johnny in hospital 

 

 

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20 minutes ago, big jim said:

Hale and pace are so under rated, who can forget billy and Johnny in hospital 

 

 

 

I can.

 

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3 minutes ago, steve1 said:

 

I can.

 

steve

Easily, hopefully:jester:

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Hale & Pace: Things that make you :(

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4 hours ago, big jim said:

Hale and pace are so under rated, who can forget billy and Johnny in hospital 

 

 

Brilliantly observational funny stuff, although I'd sympathise with anyone thinking otherwise.

 

- I mean, people currently watch a daily teatime medical-related show on the box, written by a comedy troupe that's as funny as the plague... :wink_mini:

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G'day Folks

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7 hours ago, manna said:

G'day Folks

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Agreed, but why do they make it such a difficult choice?

 

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Posted (edited)

If you have an hour to spare :)

It may be a bit dated in some pc’ness but still makes me chuckle. 
 

 

 

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I just had this ad pop up on my local paper website - is this what they call a return ticket?

 

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Keeping two meters apart...

 

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Squirrels & a training course.

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Have a look at the same guy's parcel anti-theft devices

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In this new and somewhat bizarre age when a few lovely things happen amid all those less-than-lovely statistics it was a particular pleasure to witness abuse of crowd control measures this morning.

 

Some here may be aware that I work at a large and still-busy railway station.  We now have a one-way system for passengers managed by agency crowd-controllers who have been issued with large purple foam "glove" hands with which to direct people as required.

 

This morning what appeared to be a moment of friction went something like this: 

 

Passenger descends footbridge against the one-way flow and is spoken to by the crowd-controller.  Passenger seizes their large purple glove and walks away.  Passenger then seizes the large purple glove from the next c-c and walks further away.  Towards a member of the regular platform staff in fact.  

 

Passenger then "hugs" platform staff member using his outstretched arms and the two purple gloves for extra distance while thanking them for continuing to provide a good daily service.  Passenger repeats this with three more platform staff and one of the Network Rail Welfare Officers.  

 

And then returns the gloves to the c-cs who had followed him expecting something much less pleasant to happen!   I believe both c-cs sanitised their hands before re-applying the large pointy-finger things and resuming their finger-pointy duties.  

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2 hours ago, kevinlms said:

Squirrels & a training course.

Copied the assault course from the ones that were on the Beeb many years ago.

 

 

 

 

 

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I have just seen on the BBC scrolling feed that from next Monday six people in the UK will be permitted to meet.

 

Where do I apply to make sure my name is in the hat to be drawn as one of the lucky six?

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10 minutes ago, 34theletterbetweenB&D said:

I have just seen on the BBC scrolling feed that from next Monday six people in the UK will be permitted to meet.

 

Where do I apply to make sure my name is in the hat to be drawn as one of the lucky six?

Six may meet in public or in a private outdoor space such as a garden.  But you are still not allowed into a friend's house to use the toilet.  An oversight, perhaps?

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5 minutes ago, Gwiwer said:

Six may meet in public or in a private outdoor space such as a garden.  But you are still not allowed into a friend's house to use the toilet.  An oversight, perhaps?

Brother Boris did mention that there would some wrinkles to be sorted out...

 

Those coming to meet in our garden will be offered the option: dig your own hole in the woodland over the fence, or take a chance on our downstairs karzi. We'll socially distance from it afterwards for several days...

 

(And on a related issue, the general closure of public lavatories is a real problem for many.)

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