ARRSE, where has it gone ?

#1
Where has the ARRSE I know and love gone ?

Am I the only one to think that the ARRSE here and now is...well...not ARRSE anymore ? :cry:
 
#2
Dunno mate. I'm a relative newbie but I'll post so this gets back to the top of the list.
 

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#3
armourer said:
Where has the ARRSE I know and love gone ?

:cry:
So, you love arrse - do you think you are on the correct website. Perhaps you should 'look up' the Village People. :lol:
 
#4
Don't get me on this one again. The Village Lairdx's.
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I'll lend you the wig Auld yin :wink:
 
#5
What's up then armourer? You can even have the old theme if you want although it's called cpgnuke.
 

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#6
Lairdx said:
Don't get me on this one again. The Village Lairdx's.
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I'll lend you the wig Auld yin :wink:
Man is that scary. These should be posted on every tree, lamp post, and public building in Iraq and 'Ghan - that would stop all trouble!

While I don't normally like skinny birds - does the above mean Mrs Lairdx is now available for real men?
 

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#7
All you need now Lairdx is a Mike Jackson one (again I will let you choose which one!)(or both)
 
#8
Whats changed about it that you don't like?
 
#10
Brilliant, Lairdx! For a terrible moment I thought you'd changed direction and gone off with No.1 in your list, but all seems to be weel now.
 

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#11
Biscuits_AB said:
People can spell now.
I don't think I have seen anyone spell now incorrectly. However I will bow to your greater knowledge and experience. :wink:
 

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#13
Biscuits_AB said:
Now is frequently spelt incorrectly. It's N O W.....not I N C O R R E C T L Y.
When?
 
#15
So WHEN is NOW spelt INCORRECTLY? Prehaps its just a new variation on olde English slang. Also if NOW is being used in the past context then surely NOW is actually THEN..Stands to reason that NOW+THEN= NOT SO FREQUENTLY????? (And to think that i thought my GCSE maths and english were going to be wasted)!!!
 

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