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colmac747
7th Oct 2006, 12:33
To all the folks who constantly moan about

a)how sh!te JB is

b)it used to be better in the olden days

c)300 secs between posts isn't enough

d)why is it always the same poster?

**** off:*

:= <<<<<willy, finger waving asswipes.


:}

Foss
7th Oct 2006, 12:51
It..really pains me to say it, it actually hurts.
But I agree with you Colmac.:ok:

I don't care about crap postings, there have always been crap postings. There will always be threads started by someone with the IQ of a lettuce. So what.
There will also be insightful political commentary which will end in a row, so what.
There will be surreal flights (does that count for pprune) of fancy, brilliant.
Fos
although mornignton crescent still escapes me

G-CPTN
7th Oct 2006, 12:56
although mornignton crescent still escapes me
Don't go there.
I don't.

gas path
7th Oct 2006, 13:01
...............Er Hounslow West! ooops sorry:ugh:

Foss
7th Oct 2006, 13:09
Nooooooooooooh stop it.
Thread hijack after 3 posts.
Thats JB.
;)
Fos

Flash0710
7th Oct 2006, 13:12
Hasn't this been posted before??????:E :E :E :E :E


hugs

f

G-CPTN
7th Oct 2006, 13:32
Nah!
That was the thread on dejas vu . . .

Aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaargh!
7th Oct 2006, 13:41
This isn't as good as the last time someone posted about how crap JB is becomming. They did a MUCH better job.







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for the Computers and internet forum, that was a meta-moan :8

Loose rivets
8th Oct 2006, 03:57
What's happening?? Eh??? All I want to know is, what's happening?!!!

Never would have been like this in my day...:*

Aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaargh!
8th Oct 2006, 04:50
That's because they didn't have computers then :}

Loose rivets
8th Oct 2006, 05:34
I'll have you know we had abercii

jabberwok
8th Oct 2006, 05:38
Did they give you painkillers for it?

con-pilot
8th Oct 2006, 06:00
Lord I'm moaning now as well.:(

A really close friend talk me into bartending for her tonight at her art show.

Moan, my feet hurt, my back hurts and I have a headache.

And the worse thing was that I didn't drink anything but water!:{

I'm too old for this type of work, well unless I have large amounts of Scotch. But I was a nice guy and just drank water.

So it will be a nice sniffer of B&B now, then aspirin and off to bed.:\

Blacksheep
8th Oct 2006, 06:21
Moaning can be so much nicer when the ladies do it.

ORAC
8th Oct 2006, 06:30
I thought ladies bitched? :O

Whirlygig
8th Oct 2006, 09:15
Well, this lady wines!

Cheers

Whirls

B Fraser
8th Oct 2006, 10:31
I got a sweater for Xmas last year.......









I would have preferred a moaner or a screamer :E

Sailor Vee
8th Oct 2006, 10:55
When I asked the first Mrs Vee to moan during the act, she lay there and said, 'This bedroom ceiling could do with a repaint' :rolleyes:

Lon More
8th Oct 2006, 11:27
And Scotland beat France, whilst Engerland were extremely lucky to scrape a draw .....:}

MadsDad
8th Oct 2006, 11:38
If your draws need scraping you are eating far too much fibre.

Evening Star
8th Oct 2006, 13:29
In addition, Hounslow West was a truly dreadful move there GP. Guess that was more reflex than considered?

PS C747 is right, although it was better back in the last century...:O

Farrell
8th Oct 2006, 18:01
http://www.goodhunting.com/goodhunters/trophy_room/other/12083.jpg

AcroChik
8th Oct 2006, 23:01
To all the folks who constantly moan about
a)how sh!te JB is
b)it used to be better in the olden days


These folks used to have it better in the old days, too:

Charles bemoans 'royal soap opera'
POSTED: 10:24 a.m. EDT, October 8, 2006

LONDON, England (Reuters) -- Prince Charles, reflecting morosely on the royal family's role in modern Britain, complained: "I think we're a soap opera."

From another family member:

Bemoaning the intrusive media, Philip said: "Every time I talk to a woman, they say I have been to bed with her -- as if she had no say in the matter."

Somehow, I find the way that sentence is put together wonderfully funny.

Entire article:

http://www.cnn.com/2006/WORLD/europe/10/08/charles.soap.reut/index.html

I wasn't around in the good old days of anything, so it seems. One just has to do the best one can with the little one's got to make the best of life in the declining years of our civilization (such as it is).

moosp
9th Oct 2006, 12:55
Acro-

From another family member:

Bemoaning the intrusive media, Philip said: "Every time I talk to a woman, they say I have been to bed with her -- as if she had no say in the matter."

From seeing the effect of said gentleman on a room full of women some years ago it appeared that if, "she had a say in the matter", it would have been, "Yes, now". He has a wonderful magnetism of power and style, patently exotic.

Neither of which I shall ever attain :( :( :(

But, "Lord there's still so many lonely girls," so I'm content... :)