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Dock

Sheeps

Well you tell me? I was in radio contact with him a month or so ago and sent him a text yesterday but no reply. Any word on our favourite Pontefractian? Not that I'm worried or owt.

*worries*
Frazier Cranium

I think I upset him or his good lady wife.

The upsetting thing is, if I'd known how I did it then I'd have done it years ago
bearing

Frazier Cranium wrote:
I think I upset him or his good lady wife.

The upsetting thing is, if I'd known how I did it then I'd have done it years ago


I don't think you upset him chap, he's pretty busy at the moment.

Oh and he's lost all of his fingers so can't type any more.
Frazier Cranium

They'll be stuck up his arse I bet.  Along with *insert inanimate object here* and a hamster.
Dock

Frazier Cranium wrote:
They'll be stuck up his arse I bet. †Along with *insert inanimate object here* and a hamster.


He'll have my foot up his arse if he doesn't reply to my text. Rude fecker! I've never liked him me. There, I've said it.
Grind

bearing wrote:
Frazier Cranium wrote:
I think I upset him or his good lady wife.

The upsetting thing is, if I'd known how I did it then I'd have done it years ago


I don't think you upset him chap, he's pretty busy at the moment.

Oh and he's lost all of his fingers so can't type any more.


I thought he used his forehead anyway...
bearing

Dock wrote:
Frazier Cranium wrote:
They'll be stuck up his arse I bet. †Along with *insert inanimate object here* and a hamster.


He'll have my foot up his arse if he doesn't reply to my text. Rude fecker! I've never liked him me. There, I've said it.


I've forwarded this post to him.
Late Doors

Oh yer, i remember him, big daft lad? thought he could play a bit of footy? can't drink ? no taste in music ? aye, thats him.
bearing

Late Doors wrote:
Oh yer, i remember him, big daft lad? thought he could play a bit of footy? can't drink ? no taste in music ? aye, thats him.


Almost had a trial for Leeds but went to the pub instead or summat like that.
Dock

bearing wrote:
Late Doors wrote:
Oh yer, i remember him, big daft lad? thought he could play a bit of footy? can't drink ? no taste in music ? aye, thats him.


Almost had a trial for Leeds but went to the pub instead or summat like that.


He was on trial in Leeds then went to the pub. That's the correct version of events. He got off on one of those feeble-minded technicalities where the defendant is too much of a moron to stand trial. In court for 9am case dismissed at 9.20am, in The Victoria & Commercial for 9.30am, and dancing up and down the escalator in The Light shopping centre with his knob out by 11.30am. Time management has always been one of his strengths.
Frazier Cranium

I have definitely seen the light but thank fuck I havenae seen Sheeps knob.

Has he?
sheeps

Very rude the lot of yer.

x
sheeps

I shall be in Leeds this Saturday from 3.00 celebrating my birthday.

All are welcome, starting off at the Brewery Wharfe.
bearing

You might have bloody mentioned it earlier, I'd have made plans.
sheeps

bearing wrote:
You might have bloody mentioned it earlier, I'd have made plans.



Do the 13th.
Dock

bearing wrote:
You might have bloody mentioned it earlier, I'd have made plans.


Seconded. Bloody short notice. I'm going racing at Catterick. Have a good one Divchops!
fartcatcher

Welcome back Curly. Have a good one!
Plastic Man

sheeps wrote:
I shall be in Leeds this Saturday from 3.00 celebrating my birthday.

All are welcome, starting off at the Brewery Wharfe.


I'll get Magda to check the engagement's diary.

I think I might be opening a charity shop in Clecheaton in the morning and a pound shop in Pontefract at lunch time...
Plastic Man

sheeps wrote:
All are welcome, starting off at the Brewery Wharfe.


Where's the Brewery Wharfe? Do you mean the Brewery Tap by the station? Or do you mean that place you get to via the dark arches, round the back of the station, next to the canal? The one they wouldn't let people in if they were wearing scarves one year? The Hop?
Grind

Plastic Man wrote:
sheeps wrote:
All are welcome, starting off at the Brewery Wharfe.


Where's the Brewery Wharfe? Do you mean the Brewery Tap by the station? Or do you mean that place you get to via the dark arches, round the back of the station, next to the canal? The one they wouldn't let people in if they were wearing scarves one year? The Hop?


Surely a masonic cravat would be fine though?
Plastic Man

Grind wrote:
Surely a masonic cravat would be fine though?


Yes, the security staff didn't object to those. Errrr... so my friend told me...

*rolls trouser leg down*
**shakes hands conventionally**
Late Doors

Dock wrote:
bearing wrote:
Late Doors wrote:
Oh yer, i remember him, big daft lad? thought he could play a bit of footy? can't drink ? no taste in music ? aye, thats him.


Almost had a trial for Leeds but went to the pub instead or summat like that.


He was on trial in Leeds then went to the pub. That's the correct version of events. He got off on one of those feeble-minded technicalities where the defendant is too much of a moron to stand trial. In court for 9am case dismissed at 9.20am, in The Victoria & Commercial for 9.30am, and dancing up and down the escalator in The Light shopping centre with his knob out by 11.30am. Time management has always been one of his strengths.


†Nah that cant be our lad sheeps, he sounds like a right div, the kind who arranges to meet up in a non existent pub on his birthday. Our top lad Sheeps is a switched on lad, sharp as a needle.
Late Doors

sheeps wrote:
I shall be in Leeds this Saturday from 3.00 celebrating my birthday.

All are welcome, starting off at the Brewery Wharfe.


oh  
Grind

Happy Birthday Sheeps, whichever pub you happen to be on the floor of.
sheeps

Had a great time with my daughters, partners and two blokes off here.
Dock

sheeps wrote:
Had a great time with my daughters, partners and two blokes off here.



There would have been more than two if you'd done it right. In the final analysis we didnít get Ďinvitedí, we were asked as a mere afterthought. And donít think all this isnít going to be considered when it comes to who gets what on my Crimble presents list. Cunt!
bearing

Dock wrote:
sheeps wrote:
Had a great time with my daughters, partners and two blokes off here.



There would have been more than two if you'd done it right. In the final analysis we didnít get Ďinvitedí, we were asked as a mere afterthought. And donít think all this isnít going to be considered when it comes to who gets what on my Crimble presents list. Cunt!


What am I getting Dock?
Dock

bearing wrote:
Dock wrote:
sheeps wrote:
Had a great time with my daughters, partners and two blokes off here.



There would have been more than two if you'd done it right. In the final analysis we didnít get Ďinvitedí, we were asked as a mere afterthought. And donít think all this isnít going to be considered when it comes to who gets what on my Crimble presents list. Cunt!


What am I getting Dock?


Frazier Cranium

A stiffy I reckon, get a room loverboys
bearing

Frazier Cranium wrote:
A stiffy I reckon, get a room loverboys


Just because you're not getting a Scalextric!


*looks forward to Christmas morning*
Frazier Cranium

Scalextric, invented in Leeds, FACT mo' fu's
bearing

Frazier Cranium wrote:
Scalextric, invented in Leeds, FACT mo' fu's


Poppycock, it was from Hampshire.
Frazier Cranium

Poppycock might well have been invented in Hampshire, who the feck cares?  Mick told me about Scalextric and I am not brave enough to dispute it.
Dock

Hampshire was invented in Leeds.
bearing

Frazier Cranium wrote:
Poppycock might well have been invented in Hampshire, who the feck cares? †Mick told me about Scalextric and I am not brave enough to dispute it.


He fibs, it was created by a company called Minimodels Ltd. The closest it got to Leeds in the beginning was at its unveiling at a Harrogate toy fair or summat.
Grind

I'll be wearing my New Hampshire poppycock with pride next month.
bearing

Grind wrote:
I'll be wearing my New Hampshire poppycock with pride next month.


Good lad!
sheeps

bearing wrote:
Grind wrote:
I'll be wearing my New Hampshire poppycock with pride next month.


Good lad!



He's a pillock.
bearing

sheeps wrote:
bearing wrote:
Grind wrote:
I'll be wearing my New Hampshire poppycock with pride next month.


Good lad!



He's a pillock.


He is, I agree.

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