Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by DUBious, Aug 11, 2011.
When i was a lad i did my level best to avoid getting a beating from my Dad. Problem is i never did do my level best to avoid getting caught hence the beatings.
From when I was born to the age of 10, we lived in a caravan, sited in my Grans paddock / apple orchard..
This was back in the seventies, when terms lke Pikey didn't exist... But it is in our family genes...
My father was the local blacksmith, and we kept a lot of horses etc.... We often used a horses and cart to travel around the villages..
I look back in affection, to those years.. It was fun, and not the norm compared to my peers at school.. Although I was called Gypo some times.. :-[
reading this I fancy a game of 40/40 or off ground hits 8) I used to love making bow and arrows and shooting my mates, oh and staying up late on sundays to watch "Thats life" and having a bath on sunday nights ready for school the next morning
lol to that's life, cyril fletcher and his knob shaped vegetables etc, plus the sausages dog ha.
maybe this thread should have been called "the golden oldies"
Scrumping and swimming in the river , ohh n Susan Pugh's white bits
whos susan pugh??
deffo scrumping and jumping off the river bridge into the river, jeez everytime i walk over that bridge now i wonder how we had the balls.
shows how crude my mind is, i thought it said susan pughs tits....
ahhh.. like a first boy crush??
NO -- she was a girl -- first boy indeed !.
His name was Andy --
And i am joking
I can remember the name of the series it was with 3 blokes in hospital the theme was "I'm H A P P Y yes I'm H A P P Y I know I am i'm sure i am im H A P P Y" 8) victor meldrew was the Dr.
cant get the song outta my head now ;D
I got it "only when I laugh" few I can sleep soundly now 8)
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