View Full Version : An evil sense of humour

9th Dec 2006, 21:37
is what I am often accused of, and I suppose this is just another example.

My local (rubbish) newspaper has, at the end of an article on the demolition of a public toilet, "but others are campaigning for the site to be used for disabled recycling".

Do local newspaper staff ever read what they have written? Conjures up an interesting mental image for sure.

9th Dec 2006, 22:00
I'm not touching this thread with a 20 foot barge pole.

9th Dec 2006, 22:18
Well you wonder don't you. Then again, I am actually in favour of more disabled recycling sites. My nearest disabled recycling site is miles down the road in Balmoral.

10th Dec 2006, 17:10
For disabled recycling ............

What the **** did they really mean?:confused:

"Disabled recycling" - no recycling today - its not working - you will just have to recycle somewhere else :=

"Disabled Recycling" Fed up of your wheelchair bound old granny - trade her in here for a less troublesome one :*

"Disabled Recycling" Sorry - if you can walk, have two legs, two arms and can communicate then you can't recycle here - This site is for the disabled :D

Play whatever tune you like - its cobblers :ok:

Chesty Morgan
10th Dec 2006, 18:16
I don't suppose a joke about a wheelie bin would be appropriate.

10th Dec 2006, 18:23
This centre...they see much of Paul McCartney lately?