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PostSubject: Question   2/6/2012, 17:39



What is the connection between this statuette and Hitler?
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PostSubject: Re: Question   2/6/2012, 18:01


Could it be that they both only had one ball ? geek
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PostSubject: Re: Question   2/6/2012, 18:10

No Razz
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PostSubject: Re: Question   2/6/2012, 18:13

Is it that they both gave everyone the finger? Cool
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PostSubject: Re: Question   2/6/2012, 18:16

No Razz

It could shed new light on how Jimmy was named. Arrow
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PostSubject: Re: Question   2/6/2012, 18:22

Was Adolf Hitler's real name Jimmy Schicklgruber? bounce rabbit
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PostSubject: Re: Question   2/6/2012, 18:29

No.. Razz .....Was it?
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PostSubject: Re: Question   2/6/2012, 18:32

No, course not FFS. It was Jimmy Hitler. Would it be something to do with the '36 Olympics?
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PostSubject: Re: Question   2/6/2012, 18:33

This is a genuine question.The answer to which may cause mass hysteria among my scaley friends.....

A motorcycle despatch rider is involved...

Need a lie down after all these revelations..


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PostSubject: Re: Question   2/6/2012, 18:35

Go on then. Rolling Eyes
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PostSubject: Re: Question   2/6/2012, 21:39

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Was Adolf Hitler's real name Jimmy Schicklgruber? bounce rabbit

'ang on, Jimmy Schicklgruber, TARA, 51 (Kabulshit) Bty RA, I knew him.

What's he got to do with a poofy, testicularly challenged, silvery, naked bloke ?
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PostSubject: Re: Question   3/6/2012, 01:34

Stop this before I get my Climbing Irons out ..

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PostSubject: Re: Question   3/6/2012, 02:12

OK Gordon, there was a story about ... well turn Jimmy sideways .. take a real hard look .. and what do you see (a dirty mind helps).

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PostSubject: Re: Question   3/6/2012, 05:35

brum wrote:
Shelldrake wrote:
Was Adolf Hitler's real name Jimmy Schicklgruber? bounce rabbit

'ang on, Jimmy Schicklgruber, TARA, 51 (Kabulshit) Bty RA, I knew him.

What's he got to do with a poofy, testicularly challenged, silvery, naked bloke ?



One and the same person, Brum. He was also a male model and could very well have been, well you can guess the rest.............. queen
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PostSubject: Re: Question   3/6/2012, 10:19

Weeeel!!!!!It happened in 1936.......Not Olympic related.........Nor i may add BW related....
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PostSubject: Re: Question   4/6/2012, 05:37

Is this story going to go on longer that the time the British Army spent in Germany? Sleep Sleep


If Jimsigs was reading this he would have nailed it by now! Laughing Laughing
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PostSubject: Re: Question   4/6/2012, 08:48

Where is Jimsigs?
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PostSubject: Re: Question   4/6/2012, 11:21

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Where is Jimsigs?

Prob'ly nodded off mate ! geek
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PostSubject: Re: Question   4/6/2012, 12:14

I`ll give him untill after the holiday..If he dont know the answer then no one will....Where`s the monkeys when you need them??? Very Happy


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PostSubject: Re: Question   4/6/2012, 12:43

My holiday or your holiday? Laughing Laughing
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PostSubject: Re: Question   4/6/2012, 13:46

Behave Shelldrake....If it was your holiday, you would never know the answer..After "Liz`s" four day spree...which i reckon will be Wednesday...
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PostSubject: Re: Question   4/6/2012, 15:48

Rodney, Over and Out.
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PostSubject: Re: Question   4/6/2012, 17:12

Been wracking my brains over this, the only connection I can think of was Jimmy Guthrie, the 'Flying Scotsman' who was presented with a motor cycling trophy by Adolph in the 1936 Olympics. Bit of a stretch I know.

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PostSubject: Re: Question   4/6/2012, 17:30

Well done that man....It was actually for winning the German Grand Prix




Full story can be found here.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/scotland/sportscotland/asportingnation/article/0024/print.shtml

NO Shelldrake..You did not know that.AND He was not a gunner..


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PostSubject: Re: Question   5/6/2012, 05:37

Is that it? Are you sure he wasn't a Gunner? Laughing Laughing I presume that the nickname "Jimmy" for your cap badge, came from the guy who wrote the article - James Moncur?
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