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#1
It seemes Earhart was a better poet than a navigator.....
 
#4
That is such a good poem SB

I say that one quietly to myself at Tyne Cot  :'(
 
#7
Oh, Man at CIS....... Tennyson is amazing...gives me goose bumps when I read it (and many of the others here).

Although I shudder to think of 'Lord' Archer now living in Rupert Brooke's old home in Grantchester - ugh.
 
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#9
You're joking!

Well, I think the lyrics are good. I'd like to have a listen to the tune though.
 
#10
Part-time pongo-  What are you implying?  That the dear old defenders of Ulster/Ireland (delete as appropriate) are nothing but racketeering, drug-dealing gangsters?  Surely not?!  Has anyone told President Blair this news?  quick someone call downing street immediately!!
 
#13
Bad CO,

that baskets of blood poem is one of my favourites!  Ol' Rudyard sure did churn out some good 'uns.

Rif-raf, being pissed doesn't make you a bad man.  what's the one about the yellow bird on the window sill.....  can anyone remeber that one?  I seem to remember that it doesn't end well for the yellow bird.
 
#14
My personal favourite...

Boom, Boom, Boom, Boom,
Booom, Boom, Boom, Boom,
Boom, Boom, Boom, Boom,
Boom, Boom, Boom...Boom

Baldrick
 
#15
Which humourless tw*t deleted my Heinz Beanz poem? That was a classic. The way some of you thread Nazis carry on sometimes. It was squaddie humour, what was wrong with it? It had as much right here as any other verse.
 
#18
Lololololololololololol

Very Good :D
 
#19
cutaway do you have the rest of that poem it rings some bells
 

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#20
Jash,

I may be wrong but I think that's all there is of that poem, it's all I know of it. Not sure if any more is needed.
 

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