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Onan the Clumsy
25th Mar 2005, 15:59
Does some poor ba$tard have to open up the plastic cage and put new cakes in there or are they just disposable and come supplied preloaded?

That'd suck for a job :yuk:

Jerricho
25th Mar 2005, 16:07
"We kindly ask computer programmes don't eat the urinal cakes"

(Name that popular computer game form the 80's)

The Invisible Cat
25th Mar 2005, 16:11
29 posts since yesterday
:uhoh:
One thunk Mr Onan's got a wee bit too much time on his hands today
And mebbe a wee bit too much beer in his glass
:rolleyes:

Jerricho
25th Mar 2005, 16:12
On thinks Onan may have been sniffing the urinal cakes.

(Another JB Clumsy Day Mr OtC?)

cyclicmicky
25th Mar 2005, 16:23
Why are urinal cakes Yellow??
:ooh:

Jerricho
25th Mar 2005, 16:36
Cuse if they were red they would look very appealing to computer programmers. :E

Grainger
25th Mar 2005, 16:59
Wasn't Leisure Suit Larry was it, Jer ?

Jerricho
25th Mar 2005, 17:05
Well done Grainger :ok:

Now, what was the password?

corky83
25th Mar 2005, 17:28
OK,OK, so it's OT (sorry!).

Leisure Suit Larry - what a game! Have you gents seen the new one? Official Site (http://www.leisuresuitlarry.com/main.html)

Gouabafla
26th Mar 2005, 08:17
I thought this was a recipe thread.

cyclicmicky
26th Mar 2005, 08:23
Currently investigating manufacture of red urinal cakes,.....................I just want to see 'puta boffins with hands in the P155
:E

Jerricho
26th Mar 2005, 12:57
I thought this was a recipe thread.

Mmmmmmmm, minty.

cyclicmicky
26th Mar 2005, 13:01
Jerricho ............that's not mint, that's my new cochineal colouring in the cakes........I was trying to trap a 'puter boffin.
:yuk: :yuk:

tart1
26th Mar 2005, 14:49
Please may a mere girlie enter this very important thread?? :O

It has actually taken me some time to work out what you are on about. One of my sons has just explained!!

I'm not normally that slow on the uptake but I think it was the word cake which threw me. :D

acbus1
26th Mar 2005, 15:02
it was the word cake which threw me.
Cake.

a block of solid substance (such as soap or wax); "a bar of chocolate"
patty: small flat mass of chopped food
made from or based on a mixture of flour and sugar and eggs
coat: form a coat over; "Dirt had coated her face"
www.cogsci.princeton.edu/cgi-bin/webwn

Synthetic thread piled into ring shape.
www.oalj.dol.gov/public/dot/refrnc/glossary.htm

The accumulation of solids and filter media on the surface of a septum.
www.advancedminerals.com/glossary.htm

A small layer of protective carbon allowed to form and remain in the bowl of a briar pipe. The cake protects the briar from burning but too much cake can split the pipe by causing uneven heating of the bowl.
www.smokingpipes.com/information/glossary/index.cfm

A coalesced mass of unpressed metal powder.
www.mpif.org/technology/glossary.html

Money (noun) Currency, cash money/"Cake be the root of all evil."
www.jesusfun.com/hhhterms.htm

A fool, a poor thing. (Cf. HALF-BAKED.)
www.bootlegbooks.com/Reference/PhraseAndFable/data/197.html

a repeating aerial firework consisting of many shots, named after its usual short, cake-like appearance.
www.pyrouniverse.com/glossary.htm

Colloquial term for a multishot battery, arising from the outward appearance of many of the smaller items (e.g. 90 shot cakes).
www.eng.iastate.edu/explorer/topics/pyrotechnics/glossary.htm

A copper ingot rectangular in cross section intended for rolling. Camber Edgewise curvature. A lateral departure of a side edge of sheet or strip metal from a straight line.
www.mesteel.com/dictionary/c.htm

khanom cake
www.seasite.niu.edu/Thai/food/glossary.htm

The solids discharged from a dewatering apparatus.
www.sefaramerica.com/cor/glossar.htm

Dewatered sludge material with a satisfactory solids concentration to allow handling as a solid material.
sludgehappens.com/dewatering_glossary.htm

n. kue
www.info-indo.com/language/engindo.htm

A cake is a sweet food, usually made by baking a mixture of flour, sugar, eggs and fat.
www.geocities.com/mariannegirl/dictionary-c.htm

An annoying irony. From the phrase "You can'thave your cake and eat it too." Mostly used to refer to something sought after only to be found it's useless.
www.geocities.com/Athens/7117/chant/cant_a-f.html

> dangao
www.ypexpat.com/en/html/se/se_td_md_result.asp

Hybrid formation of flatfliers and freefliers.
www.gravitydevil.com/skydivedictionary.htm

A sweet baked confection containing flour, sugar, eggs, oil or butter and flavoring ingredients.
www.marquisecakes.com/glossary.htm



*Thinks -- that should get links banned.* :E

tart1
26th Mar 2005, 15:10
Yes acbus 1 - thank you for that!! :D

Urinal cakes are new to me .............. are they supposed to make the urinals smell nice??




Don't work, do they? :E

Jerricho
26th Mar 2005, 15:25
Just for you Abacus :E

http://images.webster-dictionary.org/thumb/7/7e/Urinal_with_urinal_cake_gsu_cit_2004.jpg

The Nr Fairy
26th Mar 2005, 17:00
tart:

So you know what urinals smell like, but not what urinal cakes look like ?

Something suspect there, methinks.

tart1
26th Mar 2005, 17:03
The smell of the urinals often reaches the corridor!!

No I don't frequent gents' facilities! :D

acbus1
26th Mar 2005, 17:05
S-o-o-o-o-o-o

tart1 hangs about in the corridors outside gents urinals.

It's all coming out now! :suspect:

tart1
26th Mar 2005, 17:08
Yep - you got it!!! :p

Jerricho
26th Mar 2005, 17:20
Maybe standing by to offer a hand :E