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6 hours ago, Biffen said:

They must have commissioned a special trough for you.

I always suspected that BBO was the Trough Monster from the 1990's pub scene

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3 hours ago, Bitter but optimistic said:

Very unfunny Biffen ………………………………. and the rest of you cheap mockers. All of you seem burdened by poor taste.

 

I must add that while I obviously do not have a trough, I did commission a very elegant chamber pot. It has a delightful (and  quite practical) gilt edge.

The downside is that the maid demands extra remuneration to evacuate it.

Being weird, kinky and a pervert does have its downsides! The poor chambermaids of Romsey, I'll wager a flagon of Kaiser Stuhl Rose, have abandoned you and you are plumbing the depths of Gisborne South, Clarkefield, probably as far awide as Sunbury. Yes, there are advantages of being an ordinary Joe from the suburbs.

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2 hours ago, Moonshadow said:

I always suspected that BBO was the Trough Monster from the 1990's pub scene

He likes to take the pi55.

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12 hours ago, Bitter but optimistic said:

Very unfunny Biffen ………………………………. and the rest of you cheap mockers. All of you seem burdened by poor taste.

 

I must add that while I obviously do not have a trough, I did commission a very elegant chamber pot. It has a delightful (and  quite practical) gilt edge.

The downside is that the maid demands extra remuneration to evacuate it.

That shouldn't damage the budget too much after you've processed the payments to her "management" and made the conversion back in to rupees. I'm sure you can chamber pot away without to much damage to the manors' budget.

Oh the humanity!

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Instead of mocking my good taste in crockery and cars you buffoons should be sparing a sympathetic thought for our own @Earl Hood

I've heard he’s suffering a severe attack of the vapours over the going’s on among our beloved royal family.  

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1 hour ago, Bitter but optimistic said:

Instead of mocking my good taste in crockery and cars you buffoons should be sparing a sympathetic thought for our own @Earl Hood

I've heard he’s suffering a severe attack of the vapours over the going’s on among our beloved royal family.  

Our! Not mine Bbo. Last I heard they have again refused Earl any sort of honour so that must tell you something. I am all for Harry and the Yankee Sheila earning their own money. She could probably earn a reasonable salary returning to her previous occupation. Harry though might struggle but he might scrap in as a home dad. Charlie could probably find them a nice BV in Vancouver. Problem solved and the British tax payers have a little lighter load to carry. Everyone wins.

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6 hours ago, old dee said:

Our! Not mine Bbo. Last I heard they have again refused Earl any sort of honour so that must tell you something. I am all for Harry and the Yankee Sheila earning their own money. She could probably earn a reasonable salary returning to her previous occupation. Harry though might struggle but he might scrap in as a home dad. Charlie could probably find them a nice BV in Vancouver. Problem solved and the British tax payers have a little lighter load to carry. Everyone wins.

Good heavens od, I must say I'm surprised. 

I thought you would show far more sympathy for our hard working monarchy.

Please don't tell me you're one of those anarchist/ republican rabblerousers !!

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9 hours ago, Bitter but optimistic said:

Instead of mocking my good taste in crockery and cars you buffoons should be sparing a sympathetic thought for our own @Earl Hood

I've heard he’s suffering a severe attack of the vapours over the going’s on among our beloved royal family.  

For heaven’s sake Uncle you know only too well that I have been in the Old Dart these past two weeks, not suffering the vapours but busy providing what little help and advice I can to our glorious Majesty. Oh what a tawdry affair I find at the Palace with that American upstart but the Prince is besotted so my counsel is futile, despite the fact as you know, Harry has always sought my advice in worldly affairs. 

Really you expect me to be involved with your petty interests and concerns at the Manor or at that lowly Demonland site when I am busy providing solace to our very own Prince Phillip. God bless his soul. How much more [censored] can he absorb from this new generation of Royal ingrates. 

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2 hours ago, Bitter but optimistic said:

Good heavens od, I must say I'm surprised. 

I thought you would show far more sympathy for our hard working monarchy.

Please don't tell me you're one of those anarchist/ republican rabblerousers !!

Hard working monarchy BBO ? I've just been informed by a gentleman from Salford ( probably not a monarchist ) that the Royals originally obtained their status by dispossessing the poor and engaging sycophants to protect them and that they've been wielding power ever since. Is that how it went down for your antecedents in Romsey ??

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1 hour ago, Earl Hood said:

For heaven’s sake Uncle you know only too well that I have been in the Old Dart these past two weeks, not suffering the vapours but busy providing what little help and advice I can to our glorious Majesty. Oh what a tawdry affair I find at the Palace with that American upstart but the Prince is besotted so my counsel is futile, despite the fact as you know, Harry has always sought my advice in worldly affairs. 

Really you expect me to be involved with your petty interests and concerns at the Manor or at that lowly Demonland site when I am busy providing solace to our very own Prince Phillip. God bless his soul. How much more [censored] can he absorb from this new generation of Royal ingrates. 

Prince Phillip and I share a love a multicultural festivals.

I am informed he caused quite an uproar when he requested the American perform a twerk for his entertainment.Despite the offer of a tenner.

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Easy to see how correspondents can be conflicted on this significant issue of world order.

We cannot allow this next generation of royals to undermine the rightful roles of the monarchy. Before you know it there will be exposure of the illusion that all those on the public teat are performing non necessary tasks. This ideology was already filtering through to other political arenas. Trump in US, Boris  in UK and our own ScoMo who all promised little and delivered it.

Fortunately the bush fires have shown the need for governments and supported by the inspirational wishes of Chuck and her Maj the public can return to its state of torpor struggling again to find enough disposable income to maintain the banana industry.

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11 hours ago, pineapple dee said:

Hard working monarchy BBO ? I've just been informed by a gentleman from Salford ( probably not a monarchist ) that the Royals originally obtained their status by dispossessing the poor and engaging sycophants to protect them and that they've been wielding power ever since. Is that how it went down for your antecedents in Romsey ??

In a proper well ordered society everyone knows their place.

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42 minutes ago, Bitter but optimistic said:

In a proper well ordered society everyone knows their place.

quite so, uncle. i understand you do a sterling job as patron of the romsey serf club.

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On 1/14/2020 at 9:18 PM, Earl Hood said:

For heaven’s sake Uncle you know only too well that I have been in the Old Dart these past two weeks, not suffering the vapours but busy providing what little help and advice I can to our glorious Majesty. Oh what a tawdry affair I find at the Palace with that American upstart but the Prince is besotted so my counsel is futile, despite the fact as you know, Harry has always sought my advice in worldly affairs. 

Really you expect me to be involved with your petty interests and concerns at the Manor or at that lowly Demonland site when I am busy providing solace to our very own Prince Phillip. God bless his soul. How much more [censored] can he absorb from this new generation of Royal ingrates. 

Stirling effort Earl Hood !!

No doubt you realise you have the full support of all the Loyalists down here in the Antipodean Colonies. ( I have ordered the maid to sew a bulldog motif on her smalls to show that The Manor is at your back)

Surely that elusive knighthood cannot be far away?

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1 hour ago, Bitter but optimistic said:

Stirling effort Earl Hood !!

No doubt you realise you have the full support of all the Loyalists down here in the Antipodean Colonies. ( I have ordered the maid to sew a bulldog motif on her smalls to show that The Manor is at your back)

Surely that elusive knighthood cannot be far away?

surely uncle, earl's membership of the hellfire club should be adequate recognition. knighthood these days has more to do do with sporting dross and theatrical types of dubious morality.

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3 hours ago, daisycutter said:

surely uncle, earl's membership of the hellfire club should be adequate recognition. knighthood these days has more to do do with sporting dross and theatrical types of dubious morality.

Just between you and I dc. 
The good Earl likes to keep his association with the above club ..... shall we say discreet.

Again ..... just between us .... I believe he fits the “ dubious morality “ requirements quite well

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5 hours ago, Bitter but optimistic said:

Just between you and I dc. 
The good Earl likes to keep his association with the above club ..... shall we say discreet.

Again ..... just between us .... I believe he fits the “ dubious morality “ requirements quite well

probably a good thing he doesn't get a knighthood, hate to see him go the way of poor old jimmy.

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2 hours ago, daisycutter said:

probably a good thing he doesn't get a knighthood, hate to see him go the way of poor old jimmy.

“Poor old jimmy “ .... yes .... well .... I suppose it’s possible he was just .... errr ..

misunderstood .

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19 minutes ago, Bitter but optimistic said:

“Poor old jimmy “ .... yes .... well .... I suppose it’s possible he was just .... errr ..

misunderstood .

you know what they say, uncle. "power corrupts and knighthood corrupts absolutely"

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I was just thinking, what would the NO T$ posters starting 18 look like.

As an AFL qualified Coach, I could see myself coaching the side.

Interesting to see the team we could come up with.

Hopefully BBO could play, as well as carrying the drinks.

OK guys lets see those teams and the reasons why players are in their particular positions.

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12 minutes ago, Redleg said:

I was just thinking, what would the NO T$ posters starting 18 look like.

As an AFL qualified Coach, I could see myself coaching the side.

Interesting to see the team we could come up with.

Hopefully BBO could play, as well as carrying the drinks.

OK guys lets see those teams and the reasons why players are in their particular positions.

Surely real qualifications won’t get you a role in this team Red.

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1 hour ago, Redleg said:

I was just thinking, what would the NO T$ posters starting 18 look like.

As an AFL qualified Coach, I could see myself coaching the side.

Interesting to see the team we could come up with.

Hopefully BBO could play, as well as carrying the drinks.

OK guys lets see those teams and the reasons why players are in their particular positions.

OK Red, I'd like to nominate myself for the position of half-full-on-the-fence. I am actually getting better at this role as the years go by. Like a good wine actually.

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1 hour ago, Neil Crompton said:

OK Red, I'd like to nominate myself for the position of half-full-on-the-fence. I am actually getting better at this role as the years go by. Like a good wine actually.

Wouldn’t you be better Neil, in the back pocket, following your rover opponent down forward, to kick the winning goal?

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I imagine I’d be voted in as captain but before I commit I want to know who is doing the pre and post match rub downs

 

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2 hours ago, Bitter but optimistic said:

I imagine I’d be voted in as captain but before I commit I want to know who is doing the pre and post match rub downs

 

heard it was to be special robert and one of his flinders street bridge neighbours

and i'll put my hand up for b&f

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