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    A pub landlord is shutting up for the night when there is a knock at the door. When he answers, a Tramp asks him for a tooth-pick. He gives him the toothpick and the tramp goes off.
    A few minutes later there is a second knock. When he answers, there is a second Tramp who also asks for a toothpick. He gets his toothpick and off he goes.
    There is a third knock at the door, and a third Tramp. The landlord says, "Don't tell me, you want a toothpick too.""No, a straw," says the Tramp.The landlord gives him a straw but is curious as to why he wants it, so he asks the Tramp why he wants a straw and not a toothpick.To which the Tramp replies, "Some bloke just threw up outside but all the good stuff's gone already".


    Well, sick, innit?

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    your punctuation is out.....

    should be "Well sick, innit?"

    I don't know what's going on either but its great fun.....!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by problemchild1976 View Post
    your punctuation is out.....

    should be "Well sick, innit?"
    That would depend on whether it means what I meant it to mean or what you want it to be.

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    Too many commas either way or just badly constructed

    Very good! Isn't it?

    Well, it is vomit. Isn't it?

    Well! It is vomit I presume.

    I love English

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    Quote Originally Posted by problemchild1976 View Post
    Too many commas either way or just badly constructed
    You write my posts from now on then. That way, they might just be what you want to read.

    TFIMonday - Preachy Sunday is past.

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    Clearly a wind up. Worries me that there are people out there who really speak like that though!

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    Well I'm glad this page is in English. Thought I was going to have to ban everyone involved, write to my MP and lock the thread. Innit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pinger View Post
    You write my posts from now on then. That way, they might just be what you want to read.

    TFIMonday - Preachy Sunday is past.
    Sorry - was trying to be light hearted abd make jest given our past but obviously not working

    Wind up or not - complete giggle! No worse than the made up garb of mr Shakespeare - haha!!

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    How would it be a wind up? It's not written by an annoying Doric speaker.
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    No one here writing in Doric - I would know. What are you trying to say there?

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