I would be greatfull to anyone who could explain this to me.

Discussion in 'The NAAFI Bar' started by swompy, Oct 27, 2007.

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  1. I think the severity of the situation depends on whether or not the object presses charges, or if it just puts the brakes on.
  2. Isn't its whole point of existance to be taken for a ride?

    Sorry......... I'll go now!
  3. Was it a mounting bike?
  4. When I was young Bikes were called Sharon or Tracy and hung around barrack gates. They could be seduced with fish suppers and takeouts of cider and lager. Access to a bed or private room was not a prerequisite for a sucessful sexual encounter.
  5. NOT THEE Sharon and Tracy !
    Was Sharon the one who could blow bubbles while chewing gum, and give a blow job at the same time?
    And Tracy was the bird who shaved twice a day?
  6. This guy had a Chain of offences. So no reason to Raleigh support.
  7. Spoke to the guy the other day - he told me he had all his gear on.

    PS - is it me, or is that Bryrony Gordon bird pretty irritating? An only (and particularly wealthy) child I would suggest.
  8. In all fairness his fetish is not continuous - it comes in cycles.
  9. That's enough wheely bad jokes. They're too much too handle (bar the fact that they're in the NAAFI)

    I'll get my coat and get on my bike...
  10. old_fat_and_hairy

    old_fat_and_hairy LE Book Reviewer Reviews Editor

    Was he pumping away? I could hear bells ringing.
  11. Please lets not put this deviant on a pedalstal.
  12. Maybe he was just trying to stabilise himself?
  13. I am getting tyred of all these puns. Let's face it - the guy was framed.
  14. ON YER BIKE! We don't want your sort around here.

    Or should that be

    OFF YER BIKE! We don't want your sort around here.

    I'm confused now.......

    I also heard that the bicycle pump was found to be lubricated but this information was supressed in exchange for a guilty plea.