Competition - News Headline

Discussion in 'The NAAFI Bar' started by BaldricksBullet, Apr 5, 2013.

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  1. Congratulations!!!

    Living in Denmark I see ARRSE has made BBC World News... something about the British Library recording all important web docs for Posterior-erity. So everyone will be able to see my bit of ARRSE forever. Hurrah!

    But the headline was boring... so lets have a better one.

    Rules: No real rules, headline can be about anything... But... Must include the word ARRSE as a verb noun or adjective... no plurals, definitives or semi-prepositions (don't actually know what these are as I spent my schooldays looking for saftey catches)

    Good luck.

    (My sad headline is - Ex ARRSE addict and sponsor writes first post in 5 years. True sadly. Hope it is all still as much fun as it was.)
  2. British Library picks ARRSE.
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  3. "Annual Readers Relativity Search Engine" is important says British Library.

    But the foul emperor ensures the wrong URL is entered and Arrse gets added to the worlds store of "important and relveant" knowledge for all time.
  4. British Library knows its ARRSE from its elbow,
  5. British Library Finds ARRSE with Both Hands.
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  6. Tits (i)n arrse?
  7. terroratthepicnic

    terroratthepicnic LE Reviewer Book Reviewer
    1. ARRSE Runners

    British library stores important information on how not to act in civil company. ARRSE used as the guideline.
  8. Arrse in the British Library
  9. Excellent, glad to hear it - should give them a few excellent pieces to read in a few decades time!
  10. British Library has ARRSE handed to them (though not on a plate)
  11. Brotherton Lad

    Brotherton Lad LE Reviewer

    Pretty librarian thumbs up for Arrse.
  12. British Library doesn't make an ARRSE of it
  13. British Library my arrse.
  14. Will there be a cake 'n ARRSE party to celebrate?
  15. Of course, you may have to ARRSE 'k a sailor :glomp: