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Caption Competition Mk III

Old 30th Apr 2021, 06:46
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From the top if the steps...Call the planning department, they loaded 10000 Marks and Spencer sandwiches to ' Buy on Board ' I mean have you ever seen a sheep trying to
1/ open a packed sandwich??
or
2/ pay by credit card.??
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Old 30th Apr 2021, 06:48
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and finally ( before golf)

No no eweve landed at Wittering, N-ewe-ark is just up the A1
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Old 30th Apr 2021, 07:18
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Finally those flying gloves with velcro on the palms will come in quite handy...
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Old 30th Apr 2021, 07:21
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Welsh Airways uploading the inflight entertainment*

(* I'm half Welsh, so allowed to say that)
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Old 30th Apr 2021, 07:23
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Sheep at the bottom "Typical, look at those First class boarding first in their fancy coats"
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Old 30th Apr 2021, 07:23
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Excuse me. Is this the flight to Baa-hrain?
No, this one's going to Baa-li.
Oh, I thank ewe....
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Old 30th Apr 2021, 07:24
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Finally those flying gloves with velcro on the palms will come in quite handy...
That's why they got shorn first, the velcro doesn't hold on that well.

"Paging passenger Sean Lamb... Sean Lamb? Anyone? Anyone?"
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Old 30th Apr 2021, 07:30
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And of course, the oldie but goodie...

"Hey Bruce, are you shearing those sheep?"
"No mate, find your own"

(Works best if said in Aussie accent)
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Old 30th Apr 2021, 09:54
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That's the last time I board through RyanAir's check in, it feels like they've had the coat of my back with all those extra charges.
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Old 30th Apr 2021, 09:55
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I thought you said we'd meet a famous footballer, not Alan the Shearer.
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Old 30th Apr 2021, 11:45
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God: "NOAH! I know you've very primitive and all that, but I did say 'two'. I'd better teach you to count."
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Old 30th Apr 2021, 12:17
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I admit it was funny the first time. But this it the third time this month someone told Hoskins to get the flock out of here.
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Old 30th Apr 2021, 12:22
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Ever since we taught the sheep to read, they've been getting ideas.

So you're sending them to Inner Mongolia?

Worked for Mao.
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Old 30th Apr 2021, 12:31
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People laughed at Monty Python's "Flying Sheep" sketch - but they underestimated just how clever Harold the Sheep really was...
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Old 30th Apr 2021, 12:36
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Dolly (indignantly): "This is an American-built Boeing 747. Why aren't we flying on an East German airliner?"

Flossy (resignedly): "Because the Baade 152 was a really baaad design..."
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Old 30th Apr 2021, 13:02
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"Well, it was all the Taliban asked for..."
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Old 30th Apr 2021, 13:06
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"Yes, it obviously works...ring Michael O'Leary and let him know!"
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Old 30th Apr 2021, 13:59
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We found the rules rearding livestock import into the EU was prohibitive, so strapping them in as passengers we get around it.
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Old 30th Apr 2021, 15:23
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[QUOTE=Buster Hyman;11036481]"Well, it was all the Taliban asked for..."[/

The fine print did not specify if the 72 virgins had to be male or female or what species . The devil is in the details .
Technically speaking the sheep have already been sheared once so the next fleece is not considered virgin wool .
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Old 30th Apr 2021, 15:30
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If you weren't from cowtown i'd be worried
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