Freddie should have been 65 today

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My Dad was sixty five last week, he's been sixty five years of age since he joshed it four years ago. He was a good singer also.
 
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My Dad was sixty five last week, he's been sixty five years of age since he joshed it four years ago. He was a good singer also.
But did he take it up the shitter?
 
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Great chap. Remember travelling from Barker Barracks to the Westfallen Halle Dortmund, for a Queen gig, in 1977. Fantastic time. My air-guitar display brought me to the attention of Freddie, who invited me on stage to play alongside Brian May. Crowds went wild and my fellow storemen set the floor alight with their dance routines.

Inevitably invited back to the hotel for the post-gig party where we quaffed champagne and gorged ourselves on the pick of the assembled groupies.

Christ knows how we found our way back to the minibus but I do know that I woke up with a thumping headache the next morning, and all this on a day when I had to supervise the Battalion sheet-exchange.

Them were the days.
 
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I have it on good authority that Hairyarse2's dad was more a giver than a taker. Which is why Hairyarse2 has trouble with his bowels, after his dads 12 inches of man-meat perforated his colon aged 6.
Gives a whole new meaning to 'hung like his Dad'
 
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Do you like it when Rusty rubs himself up and down your leg?
 
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My air-guitar display brought me to the attention of Freddie. Them were the days.
Glad I wasn't there. Why is it always an air guitar? I had an air bassoon for years and got no credit for it. glad I wasn't there for the Bn blanket exchange either, to be honest.

I have an air pace stick.
 
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Alright, give me a Hamm on five, hold the Mayo.



Lets not start on Police squad/naked gun we'll be here all week.
You've been quoting the Drowning Pool tonight as well, best screaming song, ever.
 

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