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"john boy"
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PostSubject: Oh dear   16/8/2012, 14:28

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JRFaMHhwjlI&feature=related

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7GF_pit0X0k

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M32WoCBlW_A&feature=related / good to watch boys

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unclevanya
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PostSubject: Re: Oh dear   18/8/2012, 17:50

Hmm, yes. I quite like watching his TV programes. A bit extreme at times.
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brum
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PostSubject: Re: Oh dear   1/2/2013, 11:37


WARNING ORDER !

Channel 5, 1900 hrs tonight.
"America's Planned War on Britain: Revealed"

Apparently in the 1920s the Yanks thought it would be a good idea to make war on Britain by attacking (gasp !) Canada. As if the buggers hadn't got enough territory allready

Methinks they would've got themselves a bloody nose !

It might all turn out to be a load of old cobblers, it is Channel 5 after all.
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Shelldrake
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PostSubject: Re: Oh dear   1/2/2013, 11:57

I would watch it but, I had my turn on the Remote in January! I love you BBC 4 at 2100hrs looks good. The Beatles in 1962.
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PostSubject: Re: Oh dear   1/2/2013, 15:18

Shelldrake wrote:


BBC 4 at 2100hrs looks good. The Beatles in 1962.

Beatles ?

They is all a bunch of shirt tail - lifting nancy boys !

Now The Stones, on the other hand . . .
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PostSubject: Re: Oh dear   2/2/2013, 00:43

Sometimes some folks think that the US really would like to take over Canada as part of its own territory. I know some Canuk military I worked with years ago really did not like Americans for that reason. Shocked
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PostSubject: Re: Oh dear   2/2/2013, 15:07


I hear on the news that traces of pork have been found in halal meat being fed to moslem jailbirds.

"Oh dear" indeed.

Hee Hee Heeee ! pig
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PostSubject: Re: Oh dear   2/2/2013, 16:05

brum wrote:

I hear on the news that traces of pork have been found in halal meat being fed to moslem jailbirds.

"Oh dear" indeed.

Hee Hee Heeee ! pig



Terrible, I do hope that the Christian jailbirds aren't receiving Halal meat! elephant elephant
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gingerjim
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PostSubject: Re: Oh dear   2/2/2013, 19:20

best news of the week . well done the food manufacturers , ginger
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PostSubject: Re: Oh dear   2/2/2013, 19:32

And what do you think we are eating ? emph. I can assure you there is about 30-40% beef in our BEEFburgers plus 30% pork plus PROTEIN. How do you think the Governments allowed all the loopholes so that these events could occur......I would like to be able to order a BEEFburger (100% Beef) or a HAMburger (100% Ham) with clearly defined labelling. Thank you.
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PostSubject: Re: Oh dear   7/2/2013, 14:27

Perhaps we have been eating Donkey Burgers for years....... and what really does go into Pet food? I read a report that someone actually used to eat Kit-e-Cat, and said it was quite tasty if you put lots of curry powder and cooked it up as a stew.....
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PostSubject: Re: Oh dear   7/2/2013, 15:36

unclevanya wrote:
Perhaps we have been eating Donkey Burgers for years....... and what really does go into Pet food? I read a report that someone actually used to eat Kit-e-Cat, and said it was quite tasty if you put lots of curry powder and cooked it up as a stew.....


I used to eat it when we lived in Sennelager, the problem was that the guy next door reported me to the SSO for S******* in his garden. Evil or Very Mad Evil or Very Mad
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PostSubject: Re: Oh dear   7/2/2013, 19:06

Dulaigh wrote:


I would like to be able to order a BEEFburger (100% Beef)
or a HAMburger (100% Ham) with clearly defined labelling. Thank you.

Roger to that Dulaigh.

I hope you don't apply the same rule when ordering Toad in the Hole ! pale
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PostSubject: Re: Oh dear   7/2/2013, 19:09

Amusing Irish Radio female Interviewer to Polish football supporters yesterday evening prior to Ireland v Poland football friendly; "How did you sell that horse meat to nice Irish innocent meat processors ?" Friendly happy Polish supporter "We cannot afford horse meat as it is very expensive and we export all our Polish horse meat to the Italians and Spanish. Horse meat is much more expensive than Cow meat" . Embarassed Embarassed Embarassed Interviewer gets back to football topic rather hurriedly.
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PostSubject: Re: Oh dear   7/2/2013, 19:09

Brum you think of everything ! tongue
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PostSubject: Re: Oh dear   7/2/2013, 22:36

Quote :
I read a report that someone actually used to eat Kit-e-Cat,

When at Harrogate a Chinese restaurant that we used to frequent was closed down for useing Kit-e cat in curry`s..That would be 60 - 61.
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PostSubject: Re: Oh dear   8/2/2013, 19:57

its no joke during the early 60s i was a removal man in london . i know for certain that some west indians used to eat kit kat , i have actually seen them cooking it , and thats not all , they cooked it on home made stoves made from biscuit tins filled with cotton wool and soaked in methelated spirits , believe me i have seen it , ginger .
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Registration date : 2011-04-26

PostSubject: Re: Oh dear   8/2/2013, 21:28

brum wrote:
Dulaigh wrote:


I would like to be able to order a BEEFburger (100% Beef)
or a HAMburger (100% Ham) with clearly defined labelling. Thank you.

Roger to that Dulaigh.

I hope you don't apply the same rule when ordering Toad in the Hole ! pale

'Lo Brum..... and a Happy New year to all our readers..........

Ref above :- Ho! Ho! Ho!

Remembering a WOII of my acquaintance, his personal transport and a lay-by way up north, I was going to comment that maybe Cock au Van takes some licking, but perhaps I'd better not ............
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PostSubject: Re: Oh dear   8/2/2013, 22:13

brum wrote:

WARNING ORDER !

Channel 5, 1900 hrs tonight.
"America's Planned War on Britain: Revealed"

Apparently in the 1920s the Yanks thought it would be a good idea to make war on Britain by attacking (gasp !) Canada. As if the buggers hadn't got enough territory allready

Methinks they would've got themselves a bloody nose !

It might all turn out to be a load of old cobblers, it is Channel 5 after all.

To late now for the Yanks to invade. It's all ready being accomplished by the Chinese, Pakistan and India. With the assistance of the Canadian Government.
Sad
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PostSubject: Re: Oh dear   9/2/2013, 08:01

cartav wrote:
brum wrote:
Dulaigh wrote:


I would like to be able to order a BEEFburger (100% Beef)
or a HAMburger (100% Ham) with clearly defined labelling. Thank you.

Roger to that Dulaigh.

I hope you don't apply the same rule when ordering Toad in the Hole ! pale

'Lo Brum..... and a Happy New year to all our readers..........

Ref above :- Ho! Ho! Ho!

Remembering a WOII of my acquaintance, his personal transport and a lay-by way up north, I was going to comment that maybe Cock au Van takes some licking, but perhaps I'd better not ............


Autobahn ausfahrt Soltau Sud, perchance? Embarassed
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PostSubject: Re: Oh dear   9/2/2013, 09:02

I can remember the wee Pakistani shops we had in the various locations in NI.I don't know if they sold any meat products but my favourite was cheese and onion rolls with a big mug of tea.
Any of the lads out there who were in NI can come up up with any other favs. cat cat cat
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PostSubject: Re: Oh dear   9/2/2013, 11:15

Cheese and onion rolls with French mustard..Brill
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PostSubject: Re: Oh dear   9/2/2013, 11:47

[quote="Shelldrake"][quote="cartav"][quote="brum"]
Dulaigh wrote:



Autobahn ausfahrt Soltau Sud, perchance? Embarassed


Leider nicht ! I spell ALPHA figs EIGHT SEVEN Schottland

Jogged a memory there have I ???????. Then on the original theme, there's Hot Dogs of course.............. .
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PostSubject: Re: Oh dear   9/2/2013, 18:49

rucjock21 wrote:
I can remember the wee Pakistani shops we had in the various locations in NI.I don't know if they sold any meat products but my favourite was cheese and onion rolls with a big mug of tea.
Any of the lads out there who were in NI can come up up with any other favs. cat cat cat

They were great...cannot remember if it was Lurgan or Portadown one of the lads nailed a pork chop to the door one night...
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PostSubject: Re: Oh dear   9/2/2013, 19:45

There must have been Pakistani shops all over the place in the various posting around the world.When I was stationed in Hamala Camp,Bahrain they had a couple of shops in the camp and they would come around the billets with egg bangos,and mugs of tea at breakfast for the lazy guys who would not get out of their beds to go for a proper breakfast.They even had guys come around and shave those again who were inclined to be a wee bit lazy.The name of the Pakistani businessman was 'Mohammed Ishaq' if I can remember correctly.
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