Music you last had a shag to

Discussion in 'The NAAFI Bar' started by msr, Jan 10, 2007.

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  1. msr

    msr LE

    Clannad.

    Do I need help? In my defence she put it on.

    msr
     
  2. 'The Birdy Song', mind you, it's been a while!
     
  3. "You are a pirate" the lazytown song. I wanted the theme tune to pirates of the carribean for a bit of role play with the mrs. I qued up youtube ready to click at the right moment & that pile of sh1t blared out the speakers :roll:

    LT.
     
  4. Sixty

    Sixty LE Moderator Book Reviewer
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    Can't do it with music playing (far too distracting)
     
  5. Does the background noise to Texas Chainsaw Massacre: The Beginning count as music?
     
  6. how about jarhead?! he really was a boring lay!!
     
  7. was two's up on a bird (special favour to a mate).

    i had only one request. and that is that Joe Cocker and Jennifer Warnes were belting a tune out in the background..... Up Where We Belong.
     
  8. Surely could be used in a spin off thread about household objects you've covered your fleshy friend's head with. JarHead?
     
  9. yes you no....the movie....
     
  10. Was a hint for you to send me a pic of your cock with a jar on it. You 'know'.
     
  11. OHHHHH right *naive* ok ok i get ya (i am blonde!!!) !! hmmmm no thanks!
     
  12. Hmmm, well if you're talking "to" as in, synchronised, I suppose it would have to be 'Ace of Spades' by Iron Maiden - she was a feisty one :lol:

    And the music that was last playing was whateva was in Oceana the other night, was near the cheese room, think it was "C'mon Eileen" :D
     
  13. Rabbit Rabbit, by Chas and Dave.

    Strangely I never saw her again.
     
  14. It was either the Tweenies or Bob the Builder CD. She'd have cried all night otherwise and I didn't want to wake her parents. Those child monitors pick up on the slightest sound, you know.
     
  15. Muffle the sound with a damp nappy over the speaker.