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Discussion in 'Et Cetera, Et Cetera' started by Lordpendragon, Dec 22, 2006.
Just wondered if anyone knows.
Possible answers: 42, England is in mourning at the retirement of Steve Harmison, Bush wants to increase the number of our troops, LP got laid last night, Rula Lenska is thinking of a comeback...
I'm afraid this is it. LPSG is it. Very empty, I know
I can never see past my cock...
I always suspected that you had gone cross eyed. :smile:
The "big" picture? It's the one in Madame Z's gallery, of course! No, wait... on second thought, it's Kotchanski's lovely bassoons... no, wait... aw hell, I don't know.
Hush your mouth, she has a one-week engagement playing in a new musical called Hot Flush at the Regent Theatre in Hanley, Staffordshire, from 30th April 2007. How dare you suggest that her career has waned?
The Big Picture is an album by Elton John, which is altogether less interesting than Lex's cock.
Waned? I didn't know it had waxed.
And people wonder why my shoes are NEVER tied.
*bends over to be in position to tie them for you*
Um, is it because you wear loafers?
You should know better than to put a furry ass in my face!!
*munch, munch, munch*
It's not. the heels of my feet are too narrow for laofers.
I thought we'd already established I like to flip-flop.
Big picture = I could tell you but I'd have to kill ya :biggrin1:
Hey - who was pickin on cricket the other day? This one's for you LP, though it isn't very x-masy...
I don't like cricket
I love it
I don't like reggae
I love it
don't like Jamaica
I love her
Ahhh! Look at those white shoes! :biggrin1:
Kitties in November. Or those fucking children dressed as bugs....
We are one tiny spec in the universe. Our actions here on earth are truely meaningless.
We work to support ourselves only for a meaningless end.
Eventually this planet will cycle through the normal planetary cycles, and then become just like every other planet. A dark, cold rock floating out to oblivion when our sun explodes, and with it all sustained life on the surrounding planets.
I have'nt seen shoes like that since Herb Tarlick from WKRP
Well, it was 1978...
I was 11 when this song was released :biggrin1: