Happy as Larry?

#2
FFS, it's Friday night. Can we have something interesting?
 

TheIronDuke

ADC
Book Reviewer
#6
Fuck me. I missed the after-show party tonight because I thought it would be a bore. And now this?

Well fuck it. Lets blow the tank and drive a bus, shall we?

[video=youtube;bKfxc18EYeY]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bKfxc18EYeY[/video]
 
#9
It was Sir Laurence Olivier the phrase is named after, although married to Vivien Leigh this was just a convenient cover. Allegedly.

Happy was a euphemism for being homosexual.

As this is the naafi bar, he took it up the hoop.
 
#10
Fuck me. I missed the after-show party tonight because I thought it would be a bore. And now this?

Well fuck it. Lets blow the tank and drive a bus, shall we?

[video=youtube;bKfxc18EYeY]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bKfxc18EYeY[/video]
You really do need to get a hobby other than collecting hookers nipples.
 

TheIronDuke

ADC
Book Reviewer
#11
It was Sir Laurence Olivier the phrase is named after, although married to Vivien Leigh this was just a convenient cover. Allegedly.

Happy was a euphemism for being homosexual.

As this is the naafi bar, he took it up the hoop.
Well well. Well done and spot on. I shall give you a 'Like' once I recover from the realisation that one of you doss-cunts has a brain (nowt personal).

That is indeed the source of "Happy as Larry". A man who went both ways, as they say.

Now, for the fridge freezer, who can tell us the origin of the expression "In like Flynn?"

Clue: Nah. Do a Google.
 

jarrod248

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Gallery Guru
#12
It was Sir Laurence Olivier the phrase is named after, although married to Vivien Leigh this was just a convenient cover. Allegedly.

Happy was a euphemism for being homosexual.

As this is the naafi bar, he took it up the hoop.
Oh I thought it was something to do with an Australian boxer or so google said, fucked if I knew.
 
#13
#14
Well well. Well done and spot on. I shall give you a 'Like' once I recover from the realisation that one of you doss-cunts has a brain (nowt personal).

That is indeed the source of "Happy as Larry". A man who went both ways, as they say.

Now, for the fridge freezer, who can tell us the origin of the expression "In like Flynn?"

Clue: Nah. Do a Google.
Errol Flynn pork swordsman of legend.As my kiwi father in law says "In like Flynn, out with a snout.".
 
#15
Well well. Well done and spot on. I shall give you a 'Like' once I recover from the realisation that one of you doss-cunts has a brain (nowt personal).

That is indeed the source of "Happy as Larry". A man who went both ways, as they say.

Now, for the fridge freezer, who can tell us the origin of the expression "In like Flynn?"

Clue: Nah. Do a Google.
I think I know this one;

He was cleared of doing a Jimmy Savile on two under-agers in the early 1940's?

The phrase became slang for getting away with it I believe?

As a youngster I used to confuse this phrase with James Coburn as he had a similarly named film or two.
 

jarrod248

LE
Gallery Guru
#16
I think I know this one;

He was cleared of doing a Jimmy Savile on two under-agers in the early 1940's?

The phrase became slang for getting away with it I believe?

As a youngster I used to confuse this phrase with James Coburn as he had a similarly named film or two.
He was in some sluts that said no but really meant yes. Women were very indecisive in those days.
 
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