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45 minutes ago, Captain Kernow said:

Saying 'Cullompton' in an irate but non-specific manner sometimes helps.

 

More than a hint of Horrocksford with feeling about it this morning. 

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21 hours ago, Mallard60022 said:

I once mentioned the S &D (JR) as S & D, and got a right ear full from some geezer that told me in no uncertain terms that S & D was Stockton and Darlington. I'm still bruised and unsure about going outside again, however I believe that individual and many other persons of a similar ilk, have departed RMW.

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Coitate si cognato, comes to mind. 

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2 hours ago, Oldddudders said:

Coitate si cognato, comes to mind. 

Not to my mind it doesn't...

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2 hours ago, Oldddudders said:

Coitate si cognato, comes to mind. 

Coitate you brother-in-law? That's what I found when I had to translate it!

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26 minutes ago, Mallard60022 said:

Coitate you brother-in-law? 

 

Preferisco succhiare il mio cazzo con un aspirapolvere

 

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13 minutes ago, colin penfold said:

Preferisco succhiare il mio cazzo con un aspirapolvere

 

 

TMI Colin, TMI.

 

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Sadly Google analytics being what they are that little joke has had a most unfortunate impact on my pop up advertising content.....

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12 minutes ago, colin penfold said:

Sadly Google analytics being what they are that little joke has had a most unfortunate impact on my pop up advertising content.....

Delete your browsing history immediately.

 

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Drat, by clearing my history i have replaced pop adverts for certain medications  with ads for Warners magazines. I'm off to Google some mor risque phrases in foreign languages.......

 

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14 minutes ago, colin penfold said:

Drat, by clearing my history i have replaced pop adverts for certain medications  with ads for Warners magazines. I'm off to Google some more risque phrases in foreign languages.......

 

Ready for Saturday no doubt?

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5 hours ago, Captain Kernow said:

Saying 'Cullompton' in an irate but non-specific manner sometimes helps.

 

I use 'Fochrhiw', and sometimes 'Scethrog', in a similar fashion, but if you want a 3 syllable expletive Cullompton is pretty good.  I have a soft spot for Longwoodswidger, the same part of the world, as well; a hint of Ramblin' Sid about this IMHO.

 

(Best Devon accent) 'Oi be a long woods widger. an' oi do widger all the live long day in the long wood.  Sometimes, oi be 'aving a beer in th'evenin' with one of they medium length woods widgers, but oi bain't 'avin no truck with they short woods widgers.  Bain't natrel, trouble'll come of et, mark moi words...'

 

By which time you've almost made it to Launceston if you're coming down the A30!

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I find that shouting "Ecclefechan" on such occasions relieves my feelings admirably.

 

Al

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Rhosllanerchrugog!

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27 minutes ago, Stubby47 said:

Rhosllanerchrugog!

 

Bless ewe.

 

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um...

Farrington Gurney

.... anyone?

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2 hours ago, The Johnster said:

I use 'Fochrhiw', and sometimes 'Scethrog', in a similar fashion, but if you want a 3 syllable expletive Cullompton is pretty good.  I have a soft spot for Longwoodswidger, the same part of the world, as well; a hint of Ramblin' Sid about this IMHO.

 

(Best Devon accent) 'Oi be a long woods widger. an' oi do widger all the live long day in the long wood.  Sometimes, oi be 'aving a beer in th'evenin' with one of they medium length woods widgers, but oi bain't 'avin no truck with they short woods widgers.  Bain't natrel, trouble'll come of et, mark moi words...'

 

By which time you've almost made it to Launceston if you're coming down the A30!

 

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Pishill

 

 

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Posted (edited)

 

Shittlehope

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Got wrong then, substitute Broad, Mejim, and Narrer as appropriate.  Couple years since been down A30...

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2 hours ago, Tim Dubya said:

um...

Farrington Gurney

.... anyone?

No, ta.

 

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2 hours ago, Stubby47 said:

Rhosllanerchrugog!

Huh!

 

That's just Welsh for 'excuse me, Constable, can you direct me to the nearest chip shop that sells cod and chips in real newspaper and not just in plastic tubs, please and by the way, did you know that you've got some spilt egg yolk on your tunic but never mind there's a dry cleaners just over there by the little stone bridge that spans the burbling brook down by the old gas works'.

 

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4 minutes ago, Captain Kernow said:

That's just Welsh for 'excuse me, Constable, can you direct me to the nearest chip shop that sells cod and chips in real newspaper and not just in plastic tubs, please and by the way, did you know that you've got some spilt egg yolk on your tunic but never mind there's a dry cleaners just over there by the little stone bridge that spans the burbling brook down by the old gas works'.

 

 

Welsh is such a lyrical language, don't you think?

 

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