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Gainesy
5th Apr 2004, 15:02
Do try and keep it on topic.:)

a is dum
5th Apr 2004, 15:04
Ther was a young lady in Barnsley......

Ozzy
5th Apr 2004, 15:05
Purple:8

Ozzy

tony draper
5th Apr 2004, 15:05
They don't stay young in Barnsley very long. :(

a is dum
5th Apr 2004, 15:07
There was an old fart in Newcastle.............:eek:






(didn't mean it! Only a joke, really!)

Big Tudor
5th Apr 2004, 15:08
I had a Topic yesterday and it wasn't off. Quite tasty in fact, a hazelnut in every bite.

AerBabe
5th Apr 2004, 15:12
Just like squirrel poo.

Windy Militant
5th Apr 2004, 15:40
How does a squirrel keep his nuts dry?.
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By swiming on his back! ;)

I'll leave by the drain.

Stockpicker
5th Apr 2004, 15:43
I blame the parents.

answer=42
5th Apr 2004, 15:47
purple

answer=42

Bre901
5th Apr 2004, 15:48
Steve Fossett just beat the sailing round the world record (58 days and 10 hours).

Ozzy
5th Apr 2004, 15:49
Purple III

Ozzy

Gainesy
5th Apr 2004, 15:49
Answer=42

Wotchit, we've had that colour.:suspect:

Big Tudor
5th Apr 2004, 15:50
Bre901

How'd he do that without falling off the end then? Must have taken a big bag of Topics to keep him going though.

Gainesy
5th Apr 2004, 15:51
And you Ozzy.:suspect:

spork
5th Apr 2004, 16:15
I once had a cardboard box called Dave. He lasted for nearly five years of weekly shopping. He served us well, but eventually he fell apart.

This is the way of all things.

The Invisible Cat
5th Apr 2004, 16:19
I once had an invisible mountain bike called Claude Butler. He lasted for nearly five years of weekly bike-riding. He served us well, but eventually he fell apart.

This is the way of all things.

answer=42
5th Apr 2004, 16:22
TiC

Was it the bike, the mountain or both that was invisible?

I'm a stickler for precision, you know.

Assuming it was the bike, what colour of invisibility was it?

Slim20
5th Apr 2004, 16:24
Then there was this other thing, see, and it was believed to be over 1500 years old when discovered in a lagoon on the Polynesian island of Iwannahawkaloogy.

Rumour has it, it is still being used by an ancient cult of freemasons for ritual initiation.

The Invisible Cat
5th Apr 2004, 16:30
answer=42

yes, purple

timmcat
5th Apr 2004, 16:30
This wants merging with TRRBATPSOIT. :}

The Invisible Cat
5th Apr 2004, 16:33
I agree this is utter drivel, but it is not sufficient, is this thread boring enough?
:rolleyes: :rolleyes:

flapsforty
5th Apr 2004, 16:57
1 (http://www.pprune.org/forums/showthread.php?s=&postid=1282129#post1282129)'s enough chaps. :)