A fun game to play

Discussion in 'The NAAFI Bar' started by poet, Sep 22, 2005.

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  1. A fun game to play :D

    Write a sentence about the person who posted before you.... remember it's all just jokes :roll:
  2. S/He is poet but do they know it?
  3. Has a fascination for Turrets but who's and is he/she a monster?
  4. the little bloke with the sign is one of the most annoying i have came across... i was never amazed and will never be!!

    sorry had to get it out!

  5. Well I guess that you will be "Forced" to see another sign easy-wan-kenobi !
  6. He doesn't understand the game.
  7. hes too serious, but only during the week. At the weekends simply goues by the name Maureen and frequents the Earls Court Road.
  8. bet he drinks carling black label
  9. I bet the pilot drinks carling black label
  10. Gremlin

    Gremlin LE Good Egg (charities)

    Grumbleweed can produce some very dangerous post curry wind whilst flying!!

    -bugger too late

    Sparky is very
  11. I think sparky's mutt is drinking black label.
  12. Got to admire abacus's balls
  13. Itchyandscratchy is named afer Abacus' balls.
  14. Gremlin is:-

    An imaginary gnomelike creature to whom mechanical problems, especially in aircraft, are attributed.
    A maker of mischief.

    [Perhaps blend of Irish gruaimín, bad-tempered little fellow (from Middle Irish gruaim, gloom, surliness), and goblin.]
    Word History: Elves, goblins, and trolls seem to be timeless creations of the distant past, but gremlins were born in the 20th century. In fact, gremlin is first recorded only in the 1920s, as a Royal Air Force term for a low-ranking officer or enlisted man saddled with oppressive assignments. Said to have been invented by members of the Royal Naval Air Service in World War I, gremlin is used in works written in the 1940s for “an imaginary gnomelike creature who causes difficulties in aircraft.” The word seems likely to have been influenced by goblin, but accounts of its origin are various and none are certain. One source calls in Fremlin beer bottles to explain the word; another, the Irish Gaelic word gruaimín, “ill-humored little fellow.” Whatever the word's origin, it is certain that gremlins have taken on a life of their own.
  15. sparky chundered a right dogs breakfast