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geoff_bell

let me introduce myself

i'm a failed it technician. got to know bearing through that via the internet.

i'm an ex-rockstar - check me out ( www.myspace.com/pintspiller ).

don't know anything about this football.

i follow the motorcycle racing in ireland instead. have done for over thirty years. don't know much about it either to be honest, but manage to be an official at every race meeting i go to anyway.
geoff_bell

and i'm well capable of talking a load of shite.
Tank Girl

i used to work with a person called geoff bell but you are not the same chap i dont think?
Tank Girl

welcome, i forgot to say ...
Pond Life

It is a pleasure to have you here sir. Is that you on vocals too?
Fin

Welcome Geoff

Hendrix or Clapton?

Bonn Scott or Brian Johnson?

T-shirt in or out?

Trainers or shoes?


*drums fingers*
New Old Codger

Re: let me introduce myself

geoff_bell wrote:
i'm a failed it technician. got to know bearing through that via the internet.

i'm an ex-rockstar - check me out ( www.myspace.com/pintspiller ).

don't know anything about this football.

i follow the motorcycle racing in ireland instead. have done for over thirty years. don't know much about it either to be honest, but manage to be an official at every race meeting i go to anyway.


Blimey, what a cracking listen that Stripping... is     If the Buzzcocks had recorded it then it would be 'punk'anthem I'm sure of it!

Welcome btw.
Pond Life

I heard the Buzzcocks and the Undertones too.
Tank Girl

no one here knows anything about football, so dont worry about that.
Pond Life

Tank Girl wrote:
no one here knows anything about football, so dont worry about that.


The Leeds six do.
geoff_bell

Fin wrote:


Hendrix or Clapton?
neither

Fin wrote:
Bonn Scott or Brian Johnson?
bon scott

Fin wrote:
T-shirt in or out?
depends on whether the jeans are resting on or below the pot belly. in, if i'm looking slender. out, if not.

Fin wrote:
Trainers or shoes?
hush puppies or brogues
Tank Girl wrote:
i used to work with a person called geoff bell but you are not the same chap i dont think?

i'm from northern ireland.
Pond Life wrote:
It is a pleasure to have you here sir. Is that you on vocals too?

'fraid so.
New Old Codger wrote:
Blimey, what a cracking listen that Stripping... is     If the Buzzcocks had recorded it then it would be 'punk'anthem I'm sure of it!

thanks
Foo Whiter

Welcome to Reg Geoff already loving your work. Forgive my not knowing but is riff on She Doesn't Miss Him the same as Apollo 440's Stop The Rock?

Questions

Favourite Crips?

Favorite TV show?

Did you watch The Wire?

Favourite Album?

Ta Foo
New Old Codger

Foo Whiter wrote:
Welcome to Reg Geoff already loving your work. Forgive my not knowing but is riff on She Doesn't Miss Him the same as Apollo 440's Stop The Rock?

Questions

Favourite Crips?

Favorite TV show?

Did you watch The Wire?

Favourite Album?

Ta Foo


FAVOURITE CRIPS????? You heartless bastard Foo!
bearing

Afternoon Geoff, good to have you aboard...
Butts

Hi Geoff and welcome - if you want to go straight to the intelligent chat just look for my threads.
Pond Life

Wish we had some way of getting some flowers to him as a welcome.
bearing

Foo's Flowers!
Carp

Welcome
Pond Life

Carp wrote:
Welcome


Steady mate, don't gush.
bearing

Pond Life wrote:
It is a pleasure to have you here sir. Is that you on vocals too?


He looks nowt like he sounds, in fact he sounds nowt like that in real life...
bearing

Anyway, I much preferred the famous Dungannon band, The Come Ons
Carp

Pond Life wrote:
Steady mate, don't gush.


I am the quiet type.
geoff_bell

Foo Whiter wrote:
Welcome to Reg Geoff already loving your work. Forgive my not knowing but is riff on She Doesn't Miss Him the same as Apollo 440's Stop The Rock?
quite possibly, i actually stole it more from the entire catalogue of the sweet (ballroom blitz springs to mind)

Foo Whiter wrote:
Questions

Favourite Crips?
tayto cheese and onion (do kp still make crisps? used to love them)

Foo Whiter wrote:
Favorite TV show?
currently, none.

Foo Whiter wrote:
Did you watch The Wire?
nah. any swearing, blood or shagging in it?

Foo Whiter wrote:
Favourite Album?
currently, trompe le monde by the pixies

bearing wrote:
Anyway, I much preferred the famous Dungannon band, The Come Ons

stripping for a living was performed by the come ons, the rest was me "playing with myself" (industry standard terminology)
Pond Life

Great use of quotage there Mr Bell.
bearing

Pond Life wrote:
Great use of quotage there Mr Bell.


He's an old hand at this forum business...

We were foruming when this was all fields.  

Generally taking the piss out of dumb yanks
bearing

Actually Geoff, who was that Canadian loon that used to be on EN, he'd fit in great on here...
Pond Life

bearing wrote:
Pond Life wrote:
Great use of quotage there Mr Bell.


He's an old hand at this forum business...

We were foruming when this was all fields.  

Generally taking the piss out of dumb yanks


My Grandfather provided the internet during the prohibition. He also ran the first protection rackets on the internet.
bearing

Pond Life wrote:
bearing wrote:
Pond Life wrote:
Great use of quotage there Mr Bell.


He's an old hand at this forum business...

We were foruming when this was all fields.  

Generally taking the piss out of dumb yanks


My Grandfather provided the internet during the prohibition. He also ran the first protection rackets on the internet.


I believe you may be talking bollocks
Forest

geoff_bell wrote:



Foo Whiter wrote:
Favourite Album?



currently, trompe le monde by the pixies




Great choice.

Ey up and welcome Geoff


Besides yourself who is your favouritest famous Geoff, mines Geoff Druett obviously.

What was your nickname at school?
Pond Life

bearing wrote:
Pond Life wrote:
bearing wrote:
Pond Life wrote:
Great use of quotage there Mr Bell.


He's an old hand at this forum business...

We were foruming when this was all fields.  

Generally taking the piss out of dumb yanks


My Grandfather provided the internet during the prohibition. He also ran the first protection rackets on the internet.


I believe you may be talking bollocks


*picks up violin case*
bearing

Pond Life wrote:
bearing wrote:
Pond Life wrote:
bearing wrote:
Pond Life wrote:
Great use of quotage there Mr Bell.


He's an old hand at this forum business...

We were foruming when this was all fields.  

Generally taking the piss out of dumb yanks


My Grandfather provided the internet during the prohibition. He also ran the first protection rackets on the internet.


I believe you may be talking bollocks


*picks up violin case*


*picks up bazooka*
Forest

Where is he? Must be the timezone in Ireland, bet he's asleep.
Tank Girl

bearing wrote:
Pond Life wrote:
bearing wrote:
Pond Life wrote:
bearing wrote:
Pond Life wrote:
Great use of quotage there Mr Bell.


He's an old hand at this forum business...

We were foruming when this was all fields.  

Generally taking the piss out of dumb yanks


My Grandfather provided the internet during the prohibition. He also ran the first protection rackets on the internet.


I believe you may be talking bollocks


*picks up violin case*


*picks up bazooka*

what use is bubblegum going to be at a time like this
bearing

I can chew whilst I listen to PL playing the violin
Plastic Man

Pond Life wrote:
bearing wrote:
Pond Life wrote:
bearing wrote:
Pond Life wrote:
Great use of quotage there Mr Bell.


He's an old hand at this forum business...

We were foruming when this was all fields.  

Generally taking the piss out of dumb yanks


My Grandfather provided the internet during the prohibition. He also ran the first protection rackets on the internet.


I believe you may be talking bollocks


*picks up violin case*


Notices discrepancies in PL's P60.

*grasses him up to tax man*
Pond Life

So you wanna sing like a canary do you?


*keeps flipping a coin*
bearing

Actually, looking at that picture of gramps, he's looking less like a gangster and more like a spiv...

*wonders if he's any gum*
Pond Life

A spiv wouldn't stand that proud.
bearing

Pond Life wrote:
A spiv wouldn't stand that proud.


He would if he'd just bagged some nylons cheap
Pond Life

He was a knife man.. So watch out!
bearing

Pond Life wrote:
He was a knife man.. So watch out!


The spiv's favoured weapon
Seal

Hi Geoff nice to "meet" you. Good work on not being a Jeff BTW
Late Doors

*nods* Eh up

Favourite 3 Chord Song ?
sheeps

Any mate of Bearings,

Can go fuck off.
Grind

How much has Bearing paid you?

And it's a hello from him.

* Now hand over your dinner money. *
bearing

sheeps wrote:
Any mate of Bearings,

Can go fuck off.


Fuck off sheeps
geoff_bell

Pond Life wrote:
Great use of quotage there Mr Bell.

cheers

bearing wrote:
Actually Geoff, who was that Canadian loon that used to be on EN, he'd fit in great on here...

jayzus! when you get to my time of life, the last thing you want to remember is the name of canadians. nanook, maybe. dunno.

Forest wrote:
Besides yourself who is your favouritest famous Geoff, mines Geoff Druett obviously.

What was your nickname at school?

a) geoff duke.

b) geoff capes. there already was another boy called dinger and they couldn't think of anything else other than a bloke who liked budgies. a place i worked in called me dingdong after that chap in nightingales chanel 4 show

Forest wrote:
Where is he? Must be the timezone in Ireland, bet he's asleep.
i was shaggin sheep

Seal wrote:
Hi Geoff nice to "meet" you. Good work on not being a Jeff BTW

i used to say that to have the name spelt with a "j" meant you either american or gay. i've since toned down and think it just means you're a twat.

Late Doors wrote:
*nods* Eh up

Favourite 3 Chord Song ?

most of my fave songs would be three-chorders. i remember strumming guitar along to chuck berry's greatest hits. i think it must have had every three-chord-trick on it!

can i stick my head out and say highway 49 by howling wolf?

sheeps wrote:
Any mate of Bearings,

Can go fuck off.

suck your lad, you... you... you... lad sucker!!
geoff_bell

Grind wrote:
How much has Bearing paid you?

sorted out my sky card and got me unrestricted all-channel viewing for free
Grind

geoff_bell wrote:
Grind wrote:
How much has Bearing paid you?

sorted out my sky card and got me unrestricted all-channel viewing for free


Hmmmm.

* I always liked that there Bearing chap. *
sheeps

bearing wrote:
sheeps wrote:
Any mate of Bearings,

Can go fuck off.


Fuck off sheeps


Welcome Geoffrey, it's just that Bearing has this affect.

I shall call you Sir Geoff after the famous Sir Geoff.
Late Doors

You can indeed sir,

You've prob seen this but it is mighty mighty damm fine

Forest

sheeps wrote:
bearing wrote:
sheeps wrote:
Any mate of Bearings,

Can go fuck off.


Fuck off sheeps


Welcome Geoffrey, it's just that Bearing has this affect.

I shall call you Sir Geoff after the famous Sir Geoff.


Geoff Druett?
sheeps

Forest wrote:
sheeps wrote:
bearing wrote:
sheeps wrote:
Any mate of Bearings,

Can go fuck off.


Fuck off sheeps


Welcome Geoffrey, it's just that Bearing has this affect.

I shall call you Sir Geoff after the famous Sir Geoff.


Geoff Druett?


Of course.
bearing

Geoff, were you guessing his name when you said dunno, or were you teasing?

Idunno was his name wasn't it?
geoff_bell

i'm now a granddad. ruby louise born 13 july, 1.00am.
bearing

Woo hoo!
Forest

Congratulations Geoff.
Pond Life

There is massive approval of the name in this house. I will tip a tizer in her honour today. Congratulations.
Grind

Congratulations to you and little Dupiaza Tanketta.

Fine skills.
smiling badger

Sorry being a bit late to welcome you Geoff, so welcome and congratulations.

Who won the FA cup in 1992?

Favourite Leeds United player and why?

Who won thw world cup in 1974

Motorbikes, for girls arent they?
geoff_bell

smiling badger wrote:
Sorry being a bit late to welcome you Geoff, so welcome and congratulations.
cheers

Quote:
Who won the FA cup in 1992?
northern ireland

Quote:
Favourite Leeds United player and why?
ryan giggs, coz he's a taffy.

Quote:
Who won thw world cup in 1974
scotland

Quote:
Motorbikes, for girls arent they?
only the pink ones
Fin

Quote:
Motorbikes, for girls arent they?
only the pink ones

Racist!
smiling badger

Excellent answers Geoff, you will go down a storm in the quiz section.
As long as you are clued up on viaducts that is.
geoff_bell

smiling badger wrote:
Excellent answers Geoff, you will go down a storm in the quiz section.
As long as you are clued up on viaducts that is.

thanks. as an aside, did you know that duct tape was originally called viaduct tape, as it is what was used the stick all the component parts together.

oh, and me and the wee un'.
Pond Life

Two soft heads together

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