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Re: Punning is hard(ly) work! Groaning aloud here?
« Reply #3800 on: 10/05/2014 18:44:36 »

No no no, it's NEW AGE!!!!


New age, Sew age; Much the same thing really.

Its all a load of




"I agree!"

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Re: Punning is hard(ly) work! Groaning aloud here?
« Reply #3801 on: 20/05/2014 17:12:50 »
Well now, that jolly chubby chappy looks like he's on a Trip o'ling about his posture.

And speaking of Li, b ya watching carefully Demo?

Yes, 'tis I speaking (or rather typing) from Old Tripoli Town In Libya and making a pretty bad job of punning from foriegn shores.
 

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« Reply #3802 on: 21/05/2014 03:38:47 »

Speaking of Li, b ya watching carefully Demo?


When a thief stole several volumes from Library A he was quickly booked.
 

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« Reply #3803 on: 26/05/2014 03:44:47 »
Perhaps he could have sneaked out if he'd turned down the volumes.
 

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« Reply #3804 on: 26/05/2014 09:57:18 »
Perhaps he could have sneaked out if he'd turned down the volumes.

He wasn't a clever enough chap ter figure that one out, hence he received a long sentence from the judge.

Gaol terms for these offences have been pretty static over the past years, as a pair o graphs illustrate.
 

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« Reply #3805 on: 27/05/2014 05:08:48 »
When a thief stole several volumes from Library A he was quickly booked.
Perhaps he could have sneaked out if he'd turned down the volumes.
He wasn't a clever enough chap ter figure that one out, hence he received a long sentence from the judge.

Gaol terms for these offences have been pretty static over the past years, as a pair o graphs illustrate.



 

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« Reply #3806 on: 27/05/2014 13:47:33 »

Today, May 27, 2014 is:
Cellophane Tape Day

I imagine that doing business in Libya must involve a lot of red tape.

 

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« Reply #3807 on: 29/05/2014 16:09:55 »
Opposite the hotel in Tripoli was a mosque. Every morning the call to prayer was blasted out at 5am.
Though it did wake me, I went back to sleep after a couple of minarets.
 

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« Reply #3808 on: 29/05/2014 16:15:42 »
When a thief stole several volumes from Library A he was quickly booked.
Perhaps he could have sneaked out if he'd turned down the volumes.
He wasn't a clever enough chap ter figure that one out, hence he received a long sentence from the judge.

Gaol terms for these offences have been pretty static over the past years, as a pair o graphs illustrate.





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« Reply #3809 on: 29/05/2014 22:27:05 »
Opposite the hotel in Tripoli was a mosque. Every morning the call to prayer was blasted out at 5am.
Though it did wake me, I went back to sleep after a couple of minarets.

Don_1, you're remarkable: you have more workable steps than the stairway of a minaret!




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« Reply #3810 on: 30/05/2014 00:40:29 »
When a thief stole several volumes from Library A he was quickly booked.
Perhaps he could have sneaked out if he'd turned down the volumes.
He wasn't a clever enough chap ter figure that one out, hence he received a long sentence from the judge.

Gaol terms for these offences have been pretty static over the past years, as a pair o graphs illustrate.





I am told your word is binding and that you have the spine to back up your words. This should entitle you to an award.

You may pick your own award, authorwise one can be selected for you.

Thank you.

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« Reply #3811 on: 31/05/2014 11:29:11 »

Don_1, you're remarkable: you have more workable steps than the stairway of a minaret!


Shouldn't that be a stairway to heaven.

I think you may have been led up the wrong path, perchance by one of the Marx Bros. namely Zeppo, linning  his pocket, as usual.
 

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« Reply #3812 on: 31/05/2014 11:32:44 »

My writer's cramp is also known as authoritis.


Just wait till you suffer from the scrolls......

But I have to say that man, you scripted that well.
 

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« Reply #3813 on: 31/05/2014 11:37:18 »
Demo was having a spot of bother finding the right key to play a certain piece of music in.

"Its no good in A minor or D flat." He exclaimed. With my limited knowledge of things musical, I could only make one suggestion.
I said, "Why don't you try lo G?
 

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« Reply #3814 on: 01/06/2014 05:21:19 »

My writer's cramp is also known as authoritis.


Just wait till you suffer from the scrolls......

But I have to say that man, you scripted that well.


 

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« Reply #3815 on: 01/06/2014 05:22:18 »

Demo was having a spot of bother finding the right key to play a certain piece of music in.

"Its no good in A minor or D flat." He exclaimed. With my limited knowledge of things musical, I could only make one suggestion.
I said, "Why don't you try lo G?

You can always try lo Gic or reason if intuition and emotions don't work.
 

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« Reply #3816 on: 01/06/2014 05:28:43 »

Don_1, you're remarkable: you have more workable steps than the stairway of a minaret!


Shouldn't that be a stairway to heaven.

I think you may have been led up the wrong path, perchance by one of the Marx Bros. namely Zeppo, linning  his pocket, as usual.




 

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« Reply #3817 on: 04/06/2014 10:59:41 »
I refer you to the GRAPH ZEPpo LINed his pockets with, which he later hid beHIND AN iceBERG.
 

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« Reply #3818 on: 04/06/2014 11:05:47 »
I asked a local chap if the long mound of earth obscured the view from the town square.
He replied "Oh yes, der ridge able to block any such vista."
 

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« Reply #3819 on: 04/06/2014 21:34:44 »
I asked a local chap if the long mound of earth obscured the view from the town square.
He replied "Oh yes, der ridge able to block any such vista."






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« Reply #3820 on: 04/06/2014 21:49:17 »
I refer you to the GRAPH ZEPpo LINed his pockets with, which he later hid beHIND AN iceBERG.


 

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« Reply #3821 on: 05/06/2014 02:32:30 »

Demo was having a spot of bother finding the right key to play a certain piece of music in.

"Its no good in A minor or D flat." He exclaimed. With my limited knowledge of things musical, I could only make one suggestion.
I said, "Why don't you try lo G?

You can always try lo Gic or reason if intuition and emotions don't work.

Besides, last time I tried lo G it sounded too Guttural.
 

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« Reply #3822 on: 05/06/2014 02:53:58 »

June, 2014, is:
Adopt-A-Cat-Month
http://www.americanhumane.org/animals/programs/special-initiatives/adopt-a-cat-month/

Odyn isn't available so I'll wait till I'm feline better.
 

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« Reply #3823 on: 05/06/2014 08:40:43 »

June, 2014, is:
Adopt-A-Cat-Month
http://www.americanhumane.org/animals/programs/special-initiatives/adopt-a-cat-month/

Odyn isn't available so I'll wait till I'm feline better.

I'm always more than willing to give aid to a pu
 

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