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Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by securespark, 27 Jun 2019.

  1. securespark

    securespark

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    ...with Mrs Secure and I said without thinking,

    "You act as if you just don't care!"

    which led to me bursting out laughing and singing a falsetto rendition of Sue Lawley....!

    Anyone said anything without thinking that was unintentionally funny?
     
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  3. Bodd

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    Did Sue Lawley sing?
     
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    Wasn’t she a TV presenter/Newsreader?

    My wife visited a friend who had just come out of hospital this week after a hip replacement operation. The friend was on crutches. She had a gardener in who had started that day, as she wouldn’t be able to look after her garden for a while. He sympathised with her operation and knew someone else who had also had a hip replacement and he told her, with a straight face, that she should 'go crutchless' as soon as possible. :whistle:
     
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  5. Ian H

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    We were talking to a woman about dog and my mate said he likes the Durex dog, meaning the Dulux dog :LOL::LOL:
     
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    :ROFLMAO:

    I used to say to the girls "the best way to a man's heart is through your knickers"

    That was then I've got more
    decorum these days
     
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    Many years ago during either the World Cup or may even have been the Euros, Walkers crisps brought out some limited edition crisps named after England players. Salt and Lineker. Smokey Beckham and Cheese and Owen. We had a kids birthday party around that time and all the kids were trying to think up other names for crisp flavours based on the England team players. Most of them were unfunny but we all had a good laugh, and still do, when our 8 year old niece shouted out “I know, Salt and Seaman”.
     
  9. securespark

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    No and yes!
    If you listen to The Police singing "So Lonely", it sounds like Sting is singing "Sue Lawley".
     
  10. EddieM

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    I made a faux pas once, I mean to say "can you pass the milk please" but instead I said "you *!#$%&& ruined my life"
     
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    yes a very inn joke at the time [40 years ago]
     
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    Mondegreen!
     
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