View Full Version : Is this the five minute argument?

Biggles Flies Undone
2nd May 2003, 23:57
Or the full half hour?

3rd May 2003, 00:03
Who are you to ask? Mind your own business.

Biggles Flies Undone
3rd May 2003, 00:07
No, I won't. And don't be aggressive.

3rd May 2003, 00:15
Ah, just the five minutes.

Biggles Flies Undone
3rd May 2003, 00:22
No it isn't........ *ting*

Shaggy Sheep Driver
3rd May 2003, 00:24
"Ah! But I *could* be arguing in my spare time......"


Charlie Foxtrot India
3rd May 2003, 00:25
I've told you once!

And you haven't paid!

Good morning *ting*

Biggles Flies Undone
3rd May 2003, 00:25
Oh no you couldn't.....................

3rd May 2003, 00:28
An argument is a connected series of statements intended to establish a proposition.

Biggles Flies Undone
3rd May 2003, 00:30
An argument is a connected series of statements intended to establish a definite proposition.

3rd May 2003, 00:30
No it isn't. :rolleyes:

Biggles Flies Undone
3rd May 2003, 00:33
An argument is an intellectual process... contradiction is just the automatic gainsaying of anything the other person says.

3rd May 2003, 00:36
Ello, I wish to register a complaint!


3rd May 2003, 00:36
No it isn't. :rolleyes:

Biggles Flies Undone
3rd May 2003, 00:37
Sorry the five minutes is up.

Charlie Foxtrot India
3rd May 2003, 00:39
No it isn't

If we are going to have an argument I have to take up a contrary position.

My hovercraft is full of eels.

Biggles Flies Undone
3rd May 2003, 00:40
I'm sorry, I'm not allowed to argue any more.

3rd May 2003, 01:30
Well, that was NEVER five minutes!

Biggles Flies Undone
3rd May 2003, 03:37
If you want to argue any more, you'll have to pay.

3rd May 2003, 03:44
This Parrot is definately Deceased!

3rd May 2003, 04:03
Acts: 10; 29: repeater, unto the fifteenth character of length.

3rd May 2003, 05:33
That's not just wrong: it's wrong and two thousand years old.

Seaweed Knees
3rd May 2003, 05:44
So you memorised a monty python sketch or something right?
Well done. well done indeed.

Takan Inchovit
3rd May 2003, 05:50
I agree with all previous posts here! You have all made valid and highly intellectual statements ( with the exception of Davaar of course)

There cannot be any more argument.

3rd May 2003, 05:54
If you gainsay so.

3rd May 2003, 08:19
knock knock, er, erm, hello, is this the room for abuse?

3rd May 2003, 08:44
Oh! Sorry, I am John the [email protected] you were after John the baptist

3rd May 2003, 16:18
Bring up the Holy Hand Grenade of Antioch.

3rd May 2003, 19:32
Three is the number of the count, and the counting shall be three.

Four shall ye not count

Five is right out

Charlie Foxtrot India
3rd May 2003, 23:11
Supreme executive power derives from a mandate from the masses, not from some farcical aquatic ceremony.


4th May 2003, 00:39
It's only a scratch!

4th May 2003, 00:45

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Dick Fisher
4th May 2003, 01:07
I'd like to complain.

You want to complain? Look at these shoes. I only bought them last week.

Enough already!

4th May 2003, 04:34
Sit on my face and tell me that you love me

Excellent schoolboy humour song, but don't play it when the
kids are around.
As i did 'cos.
I hadn't heard it before:O

And now for something COMPLETELY different...

4th May 2003, 05:14
Love the name by the way..but you have shoes? Luxury. I don't even have socks. I put paper on my feet and walk 10 miles each day to work. I work 21 hours a day. and by the time I get home, it's time to turn around and go back to work.

As for a home, I was lucky enough to find a used cardboard box next to the Nuclear plant down here, and once I clean off the green stuff, it's as good as new. Actually caught a fish with 2 tails and 3 heads last night...more food for me.

And you tell kids this today and they just don't believe you. Did I mention it was uphill both ways with tornados and hail stones the size of cricket balls yesterday?

By the way, I want the 10 minute arguement.


Seaweed Knees
4th May 2003, 06:16
You know, John Cleese is a regular ppruner.
I wonder if he added to this thread.

4th May 2003, 08:33


4th May 2003, 10:23
Do you get wafers with that?????

the wizard of auz
4th May 2003, 18:11
What a load of Bollocks!!!!!!!........ CFI,why prey tell, is your hovercraft full of eels?

4th May 2003, 18:21
Our weapons are fear and surprise...

4th May 2003, 22:16
This here is the wattle,
The emblem of our land.
You can stick it in a bottle,
Or hold it in yer hand.

Charlie Foxtrot India
4th May 2003, 22:51
Centurian, do you find it wisible when I mention my fwend...

He wanks vewy highly in Wome! He commands a cwack wegiment!

Why do they titter so?

4th May 2003, 23:07
They're decomposing composers,
There's less of them everyday.

4th May 2003, 23:19
Was that an African swallow or a European swallow?

Charlie Foxtrot India
4th May 2003, 23:36
It could grip it by the husk!

Mrs Yetigoosecreature, you've got a funny name, haven't you?
Yes it's Simon.

5th May 2003, 00:31
"Shall I um, throw him to the floor Sir?"


Thwow him to the fwoor Sir?"

Oh yes! Thwow himmm to the fwoor pwease!"

5th May 2003, 01:22
Nature imitates art:

Sheriff Court, *****, long ago:

Solicitor: I move your Wo'dship foh Decwee.

Sheriff-Substitute: Decwee gwanted.

5th May 2003, 01:56
Ah fart in your general dahreckseaun, yeau Englees peegs

5th May 2003, 02:04
'Romans, they go the house?'
"It says Romans go home."
'No it doesn't'

Biggles Flies Undone
6th May 2003, 07:30
Your mother was a hamster and your father smelled of elderberries

6th May 2003, 13:01
"Your a true vulgaryan!"

"Your the true vulgaryan, you f**k!"

6th May 2003, 14:57
My Postilion has been struck by lightning. I can not join the Coalition of the Willing.

3rd Jun 2003, 08:33
Some where in England 1944:

Bovril: Morning Squadron Leader

Squadron Leader: What-ho, Squffy

Bovril: How was it

Squadron Leader: Top Hole. Bally Jerry pranged his kite right in the how's your father. Hairy blighter, dicky-birdied, feathered back on his Sammy, took a waspy, flipped over on his Betty Harper's and caught his can in the Bertie...........................

PS Charlie Foxtrot India......... you're a silly bunt ;)

PPS I've got a ferret sticking up my nose :oh:

3rd Jun 2003, 16:05
Is this the Judean people's front?

3rd Jun 2003, 16:35
F*ck off, we're the People's Front of Judea...

tony draper
3rd Jun 2003, 16:44
And there shall in that time be rumours of things going astray, and there
will be a great confusion as to where things really are, and nobody will
really know where lieth those little things with the sort of raffia work
base, that has an attachment they will not be there.

At this time a friend shall lose his friends's hammer and the young shall
not know where lieth the things possessed by their fathers that their
fathers put there only just the night before ...

3rd Jun 2003, 19:01
Did he say, "Blessed are the cheese-makers?"


3rd Jun 2003, 19:45
"Ah, the little wascal has spiwit!"

"What sir?"


"Ah, yes sir, he very nearly did"

5th Jun 2003, 13:45
Bovril: Er, I'm afraid I dont quite follow you squadron leader.

Squadron Leader: It's pefectly ordinary banter, Squiffy.Bally Jerry..... pranged his kite right in the how's yer father.......hairy blighter, dicky-birdied, feathered back on his Sammy, took a waspy, flipped over on his Betty Harper's and caught his can in the Bertie.

Bovril: No, I'm just not understanding banter at all well today. Give us it slower.

Squadron Leader: Banter's not the same if you say it slower, Squiffy