Sir Barold Haynes

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by snotty, Nov 27, 2020.

  1. Isn't it about time?
     
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  2. Greatest wearer and purveyor of the Croc, since 2009.
     
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  3. Thank you very much but just like Lewis Hamilton all I do for a living is drive a car so I don't deserve it , but long overdue

    SIR BRYAN FERRY
     
  4. Bivvy shoes :thumbsup:
     
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  5. Too smooth.
     
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  6. How about
    I think the marks and Spencer episode put paid to his knighthood:(
    But smooth yes indeed
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  7. what about Sir Tony Blackburn for services to music and entertainment
     
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  8. I never liked his teeth.
     
  9. Are you faster or does it depend if it’s after midnight?
     
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  10. Funnily enough, Lewis will never do a Grand Prix south of the river after dark.
     
  11. I'd give Haynes a knighthood just for shutting up about Chelsea!


    (Oh and fishing too.)
     
  12. I don’t think anyone should get a knighthood for doing their job. Knighthoods should be for people who go above and beyond for the betterment of others.
     
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  13. Well he did wrestle with some loony on an aeroplane,
    That’s worth a knighthood Nipper :)
     
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  14. Who, Barry?
     
  15. You calling Bazza a loony :)
     
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  16. No, that was Samuel Jackson and snakes
    And he's not a British citizen
     
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  17. Ok
     
  18. No he was hanging on the wheels Nipper
     
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    • He’s moved to Cornwall Nipper
    And opening up a tin mine called
    Wheal Barold:)
     
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  19. Weren't knighthoods originally bestowed upon those who did great and brave service to king, queen and country? Remembering that knighthoods are generally earned but aren't necessarily for life. People like Fred Goodwin, Jimmy Savile and Walter Raleigh all fell foul of the system at some stage.
     

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