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Inappropriate Thoughts

#1
Was working from home today and switched on the telly after the kids had been bundled out to school. Vaguely searching for BBC 24, I came across the CBeebies Channel and a programme for toddlers called 'Come Outside'.

For those of you who don't have kids or lead such interesting lives that you don't watch daytime television, 'Come Outside' stars Lynda Baron, formerly Nurse Gladys in 'Open All Hours as 'Auntie Mabel'. Watching how she flounced about with her pet dog Pippin, flying aeroplanes and having adventures, I became strangely aroused. My thrapping reached a crescendo when Auntie Mabel visited a sewage works and walked through the pipes.

I'm taking the day off tomorrow because the next episode is about a street lamp on Auntie Mabel’s road that is faulty and she calls the council. I've got the Kleenex ready but feel a slight twinge of guilt.

Is w@nking to Childrens TV programmes inappropriate?

Answers on a postcard to:

Controller, Children's Programmes
Broadcasting House
Portland Place
London
 
#2
I remember watching that but it wasn't called come outside.

Dont think I have ever become aroused watching a kids TV programme.

Well there was that time with Sarah Green off Blue Peter, Sally James -Tiswas. Floella Benjamin -Playschool, Madam ? the French womble.
And the episode where Mr Benn wears a kilt!
 
#3
Now you've got me thinking!

Not too sure if she's still on the box but the combination of Michaela Strachan

and animals is always at the front of my warped mind. :twisted:

I'm back off to Google image search! :p
 
#4
ham-shank said:
Was working from home today and switched on the telly after the kids had been bundled out to school. Vaguely searching for BBC 24, I came across the CBeebies Channel and a programme for toddlers called 'Come Outside'.

For those of you who don't have kids or lead such interesting lives that you don't watch daytime television, 'Come Outside' stars Lynda Baron, formerly Nurse Gladys in 'Open All Hours as 'Auntie Mabel'. Watching how she flounced about with her pet dog Pippin, flying aeroplanes and having adventures, I became strangely aroused. My thrapping reached a crescendo when Auntie Mabel visited a sewage works and walked through the pipes.

I'm taking the day off tomorrow because the next episode is about a street lamp on Auntie Mabel’s road that is faulty and she calls the council. I've got the Kleenex ready but feel a slight twinge of guilt.

Is w@nking to Childrens TV programmes inappropriate?

Answers on a postcard to:

Controller, Children's Programmes
Broadcasting House
Portland Place
London
8O

Ms Hoolie in Ballamoray was always worth half a pack of kleenex - that's what I'd go to skool for... :roll:
 
#5
CC_TA said:
Now you've got me thinking!

Not too sure if she's still on the box but the combination of Michaela Strachan

and animals is always at the front of my warped mind. :twisted:

I'm back off to Google image search! :p
oh oo! Toilet time!
 
#7
Airfix said:
Ms Hoolie in Ballamoray was always worth half a pack of kleenex - that's what I'd go to skool for... :roll:
Aaaaaaggggghhhhh!!!! I thought I was the only one!

Ballamory! Now you're talking Airfix. That Edie MacReadie would get it in the back of her yellow minibus any day of the week.
 
#9
Airfix said:
Ms Hoolie in Ballamoray was always worth half a pack of kleenex - that's what I'd go to skool for... :roll:
Aaaaaaggggghhhhh!!!! I thought I was the only one!

Ballamory! Now you're talking Airfix. That Edie MacReadie would get it in the back of her yellow minibus any day of the week.
 
#10
Airfix said:
Ms Hoolie in Ballamoray was always worth half a pack of kleenex - that's what I'd go to skool for... :roll:
Aaaaaaggggghhhhh!!!! I thought I was the only one!

Ballamory! Now you're talking Airfix. That Edie MacReadie would get it in the back of her yellow minibus any day of the week.
 
#12
ham-shank said:
Airfix said:
Ms Hoolie in Ballamoray was always worth half a pack of kleenex - that's what I'd go to skool for... :roll:
Aaaaaaggggghhhhh!!!! I thought I was the only one!

Ballamory! Now you're talking Airfix. That Edie MacReadie would get it in the back of her yellow minibus any day of the week.
Sweet Budha! Noooooooooooooooooo!

(Twos up on the bint in a wheelchair.....? :roll: )
 
#15
Same here. But any home working I do next week will definitely have the little treasures thrown out until the afternoon. Same with the wife. Unfortunately, she still can't get her head around my 'special needs'...........
 
#18
charlotte-the-harlot said:
Why don't you get the brats babysat and your wife to dress up in primary coloured clothing with her hair in ribbons...voila!! your own childrens TV presenter!
Its just not the same. We tried that when I was having delerious thoughts about Nigella Lawson. Mrs Shank put on a push up bra, a slinky black dress and cardigan and proceeded to wander around the kitchen licking cream seductively from a wooden spoon. By the time we'd finished, she'd melted one of her best high heel shoes on the oven/grill and burnt her tits on the hotplate.

No. Just leave it to the imagination.
 
#20
schweik said:
gladimout said:
Konnie Huq from Blue Peter!
Konnie Huq deserves her own thread. In fact, I seem to remember that I tried to give her one last December (fnarr fnarr):

http://www.arrse.co.uk/cpgn2/Forums/viewtopic/t=84044.html

Oh well, its back to Google Images for me.
And in her newspaper interview she actually said this:

"My mum probably still thinks I've got loads of stages to go through that she'll despair of. I haven't been a punk yet, or a lesbian or whatever, so she's probably thinking, 'What's next now she's going to adult TV?'" She pauses. "'Adult TV' just means porno, doesn't it?"


Not sure that the shy and demure approach is that convincing :)
 

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