Wednesday, September 10, 2014

Buffalo Springfield - Stop Children What's That Sound

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  1. My sister-in-law got new curtains on the landing window. I'm telling you because her nickname is Fat Cynthia.

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  2. My camp name is Tamika. What's yours?

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  3. You should come back to Munguin's Republic. You are missed!

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    1. it seems he has new friends to play with tris...

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  4. Jim £1m in expenses MurphySeptember 11, 2014 at 6:43 PM

    My cat sat down on the road.

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    1. Lord George Dogsbottom RobertsonSeptember 11, 2014 at 6:45 PM

      Did it? I saw a cat sitting on the road and I liked it because I knew it wasn't voting Yes. That cat wanted to see me in my baronial robes being a socialist and collected by money. That cat is happy that I am a very rich person. I hate dogs.

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  5. Baron Foulkes of EmptybottleSeptember 11, 2014 at 6:48 PM

    See cats. I hate them. See dogs. I hate them. See f***ing people. They're the worst. If they didn't keep me full of booze and money I'd bomb the lot of them. Shits!

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  6. I think I'm called Johann somethingSeptember 11, 2014 at 6:50 PM

    My whole life's like a fuzzy photo.

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    1. Mad Mags frae Shettleston (and Newton Mearns)September 11, 2014 at 6:54 PM

      Oh come on, Johann, get a grip, hen. Show an interest. Remember how exciting I was when I got the new tumble drier on expenses. Remember how you got inside it and went for a hurl. Great days, Johann, great days. I know I'm as daft as a brush and my wig's a big ropey, but think of the old days, hen. Remember, when folk used to believe the shite we spouted about caring. Oh, the laughs we used to have after they meetings. Remember the old biddy I said I'd see about her pension? Never bothered my arse. She smelled like a schemie without a decent shower gel. She'd only have squaandered the money on food anyways. The money's better in our pockets, hen. We've got taste.

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    2. Hi Mags. Hope you've filled in all the expenses forms. I'm tickled by the idea of a Socialist on expenses. Do you live in your constituency? Say, Altyre Street?

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  7. I'm a sincere guy. I sincerely enjoyed stabbing my sister in the back because that's what we Tories do. We love it. I'm the new Teddy Taylor.

    And will you answer the question - What's your camp name?

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    1. Creep off Dougie. You know that I've trademarked 'sincerity'. It's my word. But Niko - answer the question, man - What's your camp name? Gloria? Stella? What is it?

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  8. Duchess of CambridgeSeptember 18, 2014 at 1:37 PM

    My favourite word is boulevard.

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  9. dont want to disturb the wank fest but the song is called
    For What Its Worth and was written by Stephen Stills.
    whichever dunderhead put up this video (and got 2 million hits) obviously has very little clue about Buffalo Springfield, Stills and CS&N.
    whats funnier is if you see the itunes link it actually has the right name of the song.
    this is like when people try to describe the song Mack The Knife and call it "When The Shark Bites".

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    1. Hey Mr Anonymous, you have a wan fest if you want. Niko might join in.

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  10. Kimberley WainwrightOctober 6, 2014 at 9:29 PM

    I pushed the gate open and let the little pony in. Then I said "Hello, little pony. Do you like microchips?" He said nothing. Not a flipping flopping word. The smelly arsed little git. Dirty knacker. I won't let him watch any Murder She Wrote on primetime in the stables. Little torrential pudding.

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