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Re: Punning is hard(ly) work! Groaning aloud here?
« Reply #125 on: 21/06/2010 02:17:03 »


I just LOVE to have my hot dog catered to ...  but I find ketchup not sticky enough. Chocolate syrup takes much longer to lick off.



Tastes better too!



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Re: Punning is hard(ly) work! Groaning aloud here?
« Reply #126 on: 21/06/2010 08:48:25 »


I just LOVE to have my hot dog catered to ... 


But I thought catering was feline jewelry, not for dogs....??
 

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Re: Punning is hard(ly) work! Groaning aloud here?
« Reply #127 on: 22/06/2010 02:28:26 »

                    

      You feel stuck with your debt if you can't budge it.
 

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Re: Punning is hard(ly) work! Groaning aloud here?
« Reply #128 on: 22/06/2010 02:42:51 »

You feel stuck with your debt if you can't budge it.

I thought that only happened when the Chancellor of the Exchequer was a bit constipated.
 

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Re: Punning is hard(ly) work! Groaning aloud here?
« Reply #129 on: 22/06/2010 02:57:08 »
Or when those pet birds from Australia died.
 

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Re: Punning is hard(ly) work! Groaning aloud here?
« Reply #130 on: 22/06/2010 05:04:21 »


You feel stuck with your debt if you can't budge it.


I thought that only happened when the Chancellor of the Exchequer was a bit constipated.


Is that what is meant about cash flow?
 

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Re: Punning is hard(ly) work! Groaning aloud here?
« Reply #131 on: 22/06/2010 16:51:36 »
Yep, your in a pinch. Seemingly permanently.
 

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Re: Punning is hard(ly) work! Groaning aloud here?
« Reply #132 on: 22/06/2010 16:58:51 »
If you pinch a penny does it scream?
 

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Re: Punning is hard(ly) work! Groaning aloud here?
« Reply #133 on: 22/06/2010 18:21:05 »

                     
 

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Re: Punning is hard(ly) work! Groaning aloud here?
« Reply #134 on: 22/06/2010 18:28:04 »


You feel stuck with your debt if you can't budge it.


I thought that only happened when the Chancellor of the Exchequer was a bit constipated.


Is that what is meant about cash flow?


Yep, your in a pinch. Seemingly permanently.


Hmmm. Disrupted cash flow. I guess the only solution is to find a cash cow!


               
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Re: Punning is hard(ly) work! Groaning aloud here?
« Reply #135 on: 23/06/2010 01:03:52 »

Frankly, I see no udder way.
 

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Re: Punning is hard(ly) work! Groaning aloud here?
« Reply #136 on: 23/06/2010 12:12:49 »
in gold we trust
 

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Re: Punning is hard(ly) work! Groaning aloud here?
« Reply #137 on: 23/06/2010 18:45:38 »

                            


True, geo driver! But in London it seems that they say "Ingot We Trust".
 

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Re: Punning is hard(ly) work! Groaning aloud here?
« Reply #138 on: 23/06/2010 19:20:32 »
Unless the ingot you got was a fake ingot, then I know not!
 

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Re: Punning is hard(ly) work! Groaning aloud here?
« Reply #139 on: 23/06/2010 19:52:14 »
           

And a fake ingot throne in as well.
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Re: Punning is hard(ly) work! Groaning aloud here?
« Reply #140 on: 24/06/2010 00:16:39 »

Frankly, I see no udder way.


I'n got a better solution - it's my goose that done been inseminated by a longhorn bull and now lays golden eggs.
 

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Re: Punning is hard(ly) work! Groaning aloud here?
« Reply #141 on: 24/06/2010 01:52:23 »

That's a fableous solution, Jim!
 

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Re: Punning is hard(ly) work! Groaning aloud here?
« Reply #142 on: 24/06/2010 02:11:36 »
I'n done got long thought on that 'un. And yes, it's a very stable one as well, cause the goose has water.
 

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Re: Punning is hard(ly) work! Groaning aloud here?
« Reply #143 on: 24/06/2010 02:25:30 »
Any more like that and I'm locking this thread.
 

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Re: Punning is hard(ly) work! Groaning aloud here?
« Reply #144 on: 24/06/2010 05:55:04 »

Geezer, please don't! Perhaps Jim can unlock some bull here.
 

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Re: Punning is hard(ly) work! Groaning aloud here?
« Reply #145 on: 24/06/2010 08:12:26 »
You'd think. That's about all they have in Texarse.
 

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Re: Punning is hard(ly) work! Groaning aloud here?
« Reply #146 on: 24/06/2010 18:55:35 »

Texarse? Is that where you found your proctologist?
 

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Re: Punning is hard(ly) work! Groaning aloud here?
« Reply #147 on: 24/06/2010 19:42:29 »
I have eaten corned meat that was branded Texan Chilli, very tasty it was too, as far as mystery meat and other by products ( including poultry) goes. The can did not have hooves in it with this brand, others do.

I have met persons who could not find their fundament without a proctologist and a good map to guide their hands...............

I think the goose pate is well and truly cooked as far as this subject goes, I would go as far as to say it's goose is as good as its gander.
 

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Re: Punning is hard(ly) work! Groaning aloud here?
« Reply #148 on: 25/06/2010 01:22:58 »

               
                          Freudian slip


A Freudian slip is when you say one thing but mean your mother.
 

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Re: Punning is hard(ly) work! Groaning aloud here?
« Reply #149 on: 25/06/2010 18:39:22 »

               

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