Tedious, ungrammatical, unoriginal and tasteless crap from someone old enough to know better.
My name's not John. I've had the car for nearly five months, so it's hardly new, either. Thank you for putting this up twice for me, though.
Thank you, John. I have removed the duplicate entry, should others wonder about what you are talking. I often wonder about what you are talking. I blame YouTube, who took over 12 hours to post this, so I thought I had done something wrong and I tried again.Please tell us more about your new motor, and let us know the website upon which you have supplied this data, in case anyone is interested.
I think I have exhausted* that topic at my place, thanks.Tell you what, I'll visit you next month, and drive around, going 'parp, parp'.OK?*If Murph had written that, you might have thought it was a pun.
first dave, now you! fan0bloody-tasticI'm totally set up for my day nowand funnily enough one thing I have to do is find out the cost of buying myself a car and the related costs of running it. . .cheers vicus:-)
Believe it or not, I first saw that video in Duesseldorf.
If you want that to scan, you need to change the word "video" to "film".
I have spent all morning wondering about that double posting.I assumed, as it was your learned self, that there would be an intellectual basis. Quite relieved that you're only human.
I assume there's something, or even 2 very similar somethings, to look at here? I have nothing - is it personal?
Ziggi. I tried to post this yesterday afternoon. After an hour or so it had not appeared, so I went back to Youtube to try again. This morning, when only Dave was awake, they both appeared here. I deleted one of them.If you can't see the remaining video here, then the link is:The lovely Mr Sayle
As someone who has to deal with ADH(oh look something shiny!)D I am concerned that this video may be politiclly incorrect.On the other hand, if My Sayle is simple whacked out on drugs or high on life, then I guess it's ok.What's this button do HAHAHAHA!Love it VS! I'll be singin' that all bloody week now thanks-a-lot!
I have always loved the eloquent lyrics of that song.
They don't make them like that anymore.Which is probably a good thing.
The follow up, "Hello John Got an old banger" was less successful but prescient of Mr Major and his favourite hobby.
Murph, as always, you give an accurate and welcome political perspective to major cultural events.
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