Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Geordie, May 6, 2018.
Nice campsite but know better a few miles away.
Yes but do they give you a lift, in the back of the pick up, from the village pub
Loving it Geordie , watching this thread with interest
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Me mother in law came over and shouted Ethel I said Ethel! (She shouts a lot because shes deaf as a post or maybe just maybe something else?)
I said ethel what!
She said that’s the name you should call her! So if it’s got the outlaws approval then Ethel it is
@crossy2112 come-on I bet he charged you
brilliant! i ask because the only Ethel i've ever known was a drag queen years ago called Ethel Shagnasty
no relation then?
I’ve found out that its the 465 Karmann gypsy made of 780 and around 300 known to be in existence around the world!
@Ermintrude is she related
No not me and Mrs C, it was Dave and Karl
I paid for it after Dave did a runner
i thought it may be your alter ego, or your sordid past
Yeah got love Robert, just ring him up yellow snowed somewhere and he's come out and give you a lift, will visit this summer sometime
I as honest as Snow White ask @Lord Congi @Barry Haynes @crossy2112
hahahaha! your character witnesses are RUBBISH!
You need to weed out these unsavoury characters!!
Not true I have minimal convictions
Me and @Barry Haynes are members of the Conservative party where upstanding people I’ll have you know
Oh my god, I loved Gus Honeybun! He was fab. I lived in Plymouth for 7 years when I ended up at Art College there in the late 80s, and he was a cult hero. I worked at TSW for a while after leaving college (until they lost the franchise) and even got to meet Gus and give him a bit of a cuddle occasionally. I wonder where he ended up? Probably drunk in the corner of a seedy bar in Devonport telling anyone who'll listen about when he used to be on the telly......
hahaha! that's ace! yep, i was at plymouth though based in exmouth/exeter where they kept the arts students in the early 90's though had been frequenting plymouth since '87.
Gus was a hero in our digs!
around '93 i worked in a friends pub in Ermington where one of the presenters (i think it was news) used to drink. A chap from hull called Roger, so obviously he became Roger Melly the man on the telly (i had nicknames for all the locals; alec the sailor, tony the tory, bob the racist etc ), he would always talk loudly about being on TSW. I suspect he is with Gus now in devenport
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