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That sounds alright :)
Most recently I have read:
The Newgate Calendar vol 3 (18th century True Crime)
captain yesterday wrote:
I saw them at Glastonbury in... 1996?
They got really annoyed because people were chucking mud at them and started making rude gestures at the crowd.
Buff has just reminded me - last night, I wrote a song in a dream. This happens, occasionally - sometimes they're slightly surreal and haunting, but this one isn't - it's a smutty 1920s style yarn about Mr Barrett's famous organ, which sounds (for some reason) vaguely like 'I've Got A Brand New Pair Of Rollerskates' If you're very good, I shall get Scrotes to sing it to you.
With a speaker, so it can dictate 'Unearthed Arcana' or 'Castles of the Inner Sea' to your underparts?
EDIT: That'd probably make anyone go 'Oh oh!'
Do you print it out first?
Or transcribe the contents onto the top of a cake, using frosting?
Or just swallow the portable device you're using whole and hope for the best?
Mater Slaad wrote:
I used to live near there (Bovington Tank Museum was one of my favourite places to visit as a tiny, psychopathic tot). And yes, it is normal, for Dorset.
Rosita the Riveter wrote:
Try doing what they did before they started numbering regiments and name them after their colonels, if you fancy a change...
Possibly this is Too Much Information, but I always found that singing songs to yourself is a helpful way of delaying climax. I imagine that doing it out loud might prove offputting to one's partner, though, especially if you start up with the Teletubbies theme song or something.
Apologies for the mental image(s) that summons up.
Ambrosia Slaad wrote:
I didn't know what scrapple was.
And now I do; I also now know what 'Scrapple from the Apple' was (presumably) about. I thought it was just made-up Bebopese before.
I really like horizontal stripes, or hoops, on clothing.
I own horizontally striped socks, boxer shorts, t-shirts (long and short sleeved) and shirts. What I do not presently have is horizontally striped trousers, but when I do, I shall be able to achieve my Life's Ambition and wander about looking like a caterpillar, probably shortly before getting beaten up for dressing like a t**t.
captain yesterday wrote:
As the flames rose to his Roman nose and his hearing aid started to melt?
Wait. That's not right.
In other news, Dungeons and Dragons: Wrath of the Dragon God was memorably kakky. Best 34 pence I've ever spent.
Comrade Anklebiter wrote:
Well, I've sent you some quids - be careful with them, though, as they're sure to become collector's items after our 'inevitable' descent into post-Brexit barbarism.
This week's Partisan Pinups are The Antonio Gramsci Battalion
Nudity is NOT A CRIME.
Coincidentally, today (thanks to the heat) appears to be Who Can Come Into Work in the Least Amount of Clothing Day. Yippee! (I lost, by the way, which is something else to be thankful for)
The Supervisor claimed to have been able to see somebody's "foo-foo", but I'm pretty sure she was making that up.
1d4 Goblin Babies wrote:
That's the equivalent of loading all the sins of the community onto the Scapegoat and sending it out into the desert, surely?
Believe me, this is pretty tame stuff to anybody who's spent any length of time in a thread with GoatToucher.
Still, I'm impressed. Rysky, how do you make your furniture so 'accommodating' ?
Celestial Healer wrote:
I can't really see the appeal of films about snuff, or pipe tobacco, or Lambert and Butler horrible discount cigarettes, but please yourself.
Anyway, providing it didn't involve politics or weird American sports, surely there wouldn't have been an issue?
1) Did That Which Cannot Be Named On FaWtL
Freehold DM wrote:
'Atlan' by Jane Gaskell
English translations of 'Dell'Arte di Scrima' by Giovanni Dall'Agocchie and a rapier & dagger manual by Saviolo which appears to be called 'His Practise, in Two Books'
And 'Enchanted Glass', by Tom Nairn, which is a very insightful look at the British Monarchy from some sort of sociololological or cultural theory viewpoint. Some interesting points, despite being 25/30 years old.
Too right. Ex-Lady Longears also got (and still seems to get) tingly at the sight of him. Why the Labour Party isn't taking full advantage of the Sexy Corbyn phenomenon is beyond me. Hopeless!
Some rather distressing news.
Bloody f***ing hell.
Also, there's a new crowd-funded left wing paper out in the UK, called 'The Word'. Unfortunately, it looks like one of those free papers that you get that are full of double-glazing adverts and used cars (only slightly cheaper) and doesn't seem to have any news in. No website, either. I bought it today, but probably won't again.
Apparently, from Land's End to John O'Groats, i.e. the length of the whole UK, takes:
* Two to three months to walk
This probably actually belongs in the Did You Know? thread, and also probably tells you bugger all, but there you go.