Britains got limited talent

#1
Is the young lady from 2 Grand of a legal age?
 
#4
If its old enough to breathe, its old enough to breed.
Hope that answers your question
 
#6
skintboymike said:
No idea. Chuffed with who won though, they were awesome.
True, more of a "Boys to entertain you!" which is what a variety show is all about, than that hideous pig in a shimmering dress. She ain't going to do too badly out of it though.
 
#7
Is the afro kid a boy or a girl though ?
 
#8
mucus2 said:
skintboymike said:
No idea. Chuffed with who won though, they were awesome.
True, more of a "Boys to entertain you!" which is what a variety show is all about, than that hideous pig in a shimmering dress. She ain't going to do too badly out of it though.
Come now, Amanda Holden's not THAT bad.... :wink:
 
#10
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#14
Command_doh said:
Dogdrool said:
If its old enough to breathe, its old enough to breed.
Hope that answers your question
Makes no sense that.

I believe a more accurate one would be

"If there is grass on the lawn, its ready to be mown"
Version I heard was.. 'if there's grass on the pitch, play ball'.
 
#15
Biscuits_AB said:
Command_doh said:
Dogdrool said:
If its old enough to breathe, its old enough to breed.
Hope that answers your question
Makes no sense that.

I believe a more accurate one would be

"If there is grass on the lawn, its ready to be mown"
Version I heard was.. 'if there's grass on the pitch, play ball'.
grass on the wicket, lets play cricket
 
#18
kingcal91 said:
Biscuits_AB said:
Command_doh said:
Dogdrool said:
If its old enough to breathe, its old enough to breed.
Hope that answers your question
Makes no sense that.

I believe a more accurate one would be

"If there is grass on the lawn, its ready to be mown"
Version I heard was.. 'if there's grass on the pitch, play ball'.
grass on the wicket, lets play cricket
Or the chef's version - 'If it's old enough to bleed, it's old enough to butcher'
 

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