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post #1 of 16
Thread Starter 
There seems to be a need for this. I'll start off. We need to lighten up...

Take the gloves off here, fox hat and oboe, and come out fighting. [img]smile.gif[/img]
I am selling tickets on the web. Go to Irish v Lawyers.com and may the best neurotic win!!!

Signed,

Always Playful Banter, Sometimes Gone Awry
post #2 of 16
...PHILLIP!!!!! QUIT DROOLING ON YOURSELF!!!!!!!...sorry.
post #3 of 16
Thread Starter 
Lizzy

I have always wanted to know:

What's with your husband in absentia? What have you done with him? Is he real? :

You have really interesting hats. Especially since no one else in the world wears hats.

What's with the hats?

And now, for something completely different....
post #4 of 16
Admit it, Fox Hat!!!! You either ARE Dangerous Brian - or you're NOT!! Do you have the guts to tell us - are you Dangerous Brian?! Are you EVE?! DO YOU HAVE THREE FACES??!! SPIT IT OUT!! TELL THE TRUTH!!!! And good luck in finding a "good lawyer" - you're going to need one!!!!! WHAT am I implying?! What are you, some kind of a moron?! YOU know DAMNED WELL that I'm implying that your . . . your HAT FOX!!

AND, in the immortal words of General Irwin Rommel, "The Desert Fox!" [ and the main course wasn't so hot, either!!!!!!!!!!!]

ggrrrrrr!!!!!

[how'd I do, Bonni?]

[ May 02, 2002, 07:42 PM: Message edited by: oboe ]
post #5 of 16
I think I made it perfectly clear in the other thread that I am not, have never been, nor ever will be Dangerous Brian.

But, you still have refused to answer my question on the other thread, and while I'm here, could you explain in plain english (not legaleese) what this means...

Quote:
Originally posted by oboe:
YOU know DAMNED WELL that I'm implying that your . . . your HAT FOX!!
I've tried to understand it using your style of Americanised English grammar, but it still doesn't make any sense to me.

Thanks,

S

NOT DB
post #6 of 16
Just to say I haven't a clue who I am and I don't care, it's really not that important.

DB (whoever)

"I always wanted to be somebody, I should of been more specific"

[ May 03, 2002, 01:44 AM: Message edited by: DangerousBrian ]
post #7 of 16
Thread Starter 
oboe

The English Teacher is crying:

"Your fox hat" implies that something belongs to fox hat. "This is your fox hat. This is my fox hat."

Since neither of us "have" fox hat, or will, that point is moot.

What you meant to say was, " You're fox hat ", implying that he IS fox hat. The apostrophe takes the place of the letter "A" as in "You are". You are fox hat. You're fox hat. I am fox hat. He is fox hat. They are fox hat. I am the walrus, koo koo ka choo.

Dangerous Brian-

"I always wanted to be somebody, I should of been more specific."

Should HAVE been. And make this two sentences.

"I always wanted to be somebody. I should have been more specific."

Are you somebody? Who are you? (Nobody of consequence, of course). We are all specks in the grand scheme of things.

"That shape is my shadow, there where I used to stand."

Fox hat-

Above reproach, as usual.

I am leaving the Queen in charge of this post. She's a wonderfully astute lady of quality, and more refined than me. I am off to trailer park heaven (State Women's Bowling Tournament), where losers like me compete in a loser sport--for money. Whoo hoo.

Play nice or not, see you Sunday night.
post #8 of 16
Quote:
Originally posted by Bonni:
[QB]Dangerous Brian-

"I always wanted to be somebody, I should of been more specific."

Should HAVE been. And make this two sentences.

"I always wanted to be somebody. I should have been more specific."
Look, it's not my fault you can't recognize Mancunian literature in it? Take your "HAVE been's" down the George & Dragon Pub on a Friday night and see how far thee get ya.

DB

[ May 03, 2002, 04:11 AM: Message edited by: DangerousBrian ]
post #9 of 16
My car has 4 tires and when I look in the rearview mirror I can see a bald spot.
post #10 of 16
Oz,
I'm right behind you on that one (so maybe that's the blad spot you see!), except there are 6 tyres with my car:
4 for driving, 1 spare in the boot, and one spare tyre on me.

S
post #11 of 16
Thread Starter 
Prince Philip jokes about the blind and the anorexic
Thu May 2, 2:36 PM ET
By JANE WARDELL, Associated Press Writer

LONDON - Gaffe-prone Prince Philip, the husband of Queen Elizabeth II (news - web sites), told a joke about people with eating disorders and the blind on Thursday that seemed to surprise a crowd at a public appearance.


Philip was visiting Exeter Cathedral with his wife as part of her Golden Jubilee tour of Britain when he spotted blind woman Susan Edwards and her guide dog in the crowd waiting for the royal visitors.

"Do you know they have eating dogs for the anorexic now?" he asked Edwards. Although she didn't seem to react, people standing nearby raised their eyebrows without saying anything.

Philip is renowned for his quips and forthright opinions. He has generated newspaper headlines several times by making unguarded comments while accompanying the queen on official royal tours around the world.

Earlier this year, he asked Australian aborigines if they still threw spears at each other.

Again in Australia, in 1998, he suggested that tribes in Papua New Guinea were still cannibals. "You managed not to get eaten, then?" he asked a student who had just returned from walking the Kokoda trail.

In the Cayman Islands, in 1994, he asked a wealthy islander: "Aren't most of you descended from pirates?"

And in China, during the 1986 state visit, he described Peking as "ghastly" and told British students: "If you stay here much longer, you'll all be slitty-eyed."

Back home, Philip sparked controversy on a 1999 trip to a factory near Edinburgh, Scotland. Pointing to an old-fashioned fusebox, he said it looked as if it had been "put in by an Indian."

More eyebrows were raised after he compared a cricket bat to a gun amid calls to ban firearms after the 1996 shooting of 16 children at an elementary school in Dunblane, Scotland.

"If a cricketer, for instance, suddenly decided to go into a school and batter a lot of people to death with a cricket bat, which he could do very easily, I mean, are you going to ban cricket bats?" Philip asked.

On Thursday, the royal couple were on the second day of the queen's 15-week nationwide Jubilee tour, marking her 50 years on the British throne.

Throughout the tour of Devon, Cornwall and Somerset in southwest England, tens of thousands of people lined the streets to welcome the queen with cheers, flowers and flags.

She thanked the public for helping to ease her sadness after the deaths of the Queen Mother Elizabeth and Princess Margaret earlier this year.

"Your celebration of my reign has brought home to me with renewed force how much I owe to you all for your loyalty and support over the last half century," she said.
post #12 of 16
I'm not merely bothered that his remarks were gratuitously insulting. I am appalled that he's so f*#^ing stupid about it. Considering the sums of taxpayers money for the expenditure of which he bears responsibilty, he owes the public better than that.
post #13 of 16
and by the way, I have replied to Fox Hat via private message. The words he has questioned were intended to be not other than gibberish, which was mybest effort considering the hour at which I posted that. Also, what I was implying, BEFORE he introduced the subject of DB, was: nothing at all. How anticlimactic.
post #14 of 16
Now that that is sorted out, I was re-reading the title of this thread.

Is "Subterfuge" like a centrefuge for submarines - They take the USS Nautilus, and spin it as fast as possible until all the seamen come out?

S
post #15 of 16
Bonni, bonni, bonni, bonni, [sigh] . . . Have that dyslexia checked out. I did NOT say "your fox hat". I said, "your hat fox". I also misquoted Rommel as having said, "The desert fox! And the first course wasn't so hot, either!" or words to that general affect. All of this is, of course, as substantial as the motel where I spent the last few nights at the annual meeting of an association of northeastern REC's where we all lost our spark. I think nolobolono had it right!
post #16 of 16
Thread Starter 
If you keep saying my name I will turn into butter. : You still can't spell YOU'RE

I have only one thing to say, and then I'm off for a couple of weeks.

"Eagles may soar, but weasels never get sucked into jet engines."

Discontinue this thread and go to the apathy thread. Save yourselves (and the Queen).
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