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Re: Tongue twisters


@jonsie wrote:

You're going up the road, not a damn week on Spain!


Yes and its winter. I am also packing for two going into a caravan. Apart from bedding and heating, kitchen utensils and equipment and furniture the caravan is empty

 

Add to that, there are two sessions daily for music and entertainment. You do NOT wear the same gear all day long

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We take our own food and drink with us, including alcohol. ....so you can see where I am coming from here? lol

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@Cleoriff wrote:

@jonsie wrote:

You're going up the road, not a damn week on Spain!


Yes and its winter. I am also packing for two going into a caravan. Apart from bedding and heating, kitchen utensils and equipment and furniture the caravan is empty

 

Add to that, there are two sessions daily for music and entertainment. You do NOT wear the same gear all day long

.

We take our own food and drink with us, including alcohol. ....so you can see where I am coming from here? lol


I fully understand @Cleoriff if nobody else does wink

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Re: Tongue twisters


@jonsie wrote:

@pgn wrote:
I'm not the pheasant plucker, I am the pheasant plucker's son. I'm only plucking pheasants till the pheasant plucker comes...

If I had to nominate someone who would post this, you would be in my top two.....wink


You snooze, you lose LOL

 

What was the other one...?

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@Cleoriff wrote:

There is another one but certainly won't touch that either LOL

 


Aww, go on - Michael needs something to delete Crazy

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I did post it but then discretion led me to delete it but as yours is still standing (figuratively speaking!) I'll post it....

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Mrs Puggy Wuggy has a square cut punt.
Not a punt cut square,
Just a square cut punt.
It's round in the stern and blunt in the front.
Mrs Puggy Wuggy has a square cut punt.

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That's a new one on me, @jonsie, and in the vein of a certain character of the late Kenny Everett's... LOL

 

Rubber baby-buggy bumpers is another snappy one, try it 3 times in a row!

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@pgn wrote:

That's a new one on me, @jonsie, and in the vein of a certain character of the late Kenny Everett's... LOL

 

 


The Kenny Everett character was the one I was thinking of @pgn

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Not a Tongue-twister this one, @jonsie and @Cleoriff, and I'll be surprised if this remains beyond the morning:

 

What's the difference between a circus trapeze artist and a policeman's truncheon?

 

Well, the first is for cunning stunts...

 

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Now you gone and done it....