The Emperor Mongs Pronouncements

Grownup_Rafbrat

LE
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I very much doubt it's now used for it's intended purpose as they would prefer the nearest hedgerow . Most likely used as a container for large amounts of stolen articles of jewelry.
Or melted down for scrap.
 
In future I really should check the lid on the bottle of Sriracha sauce is closed before shaking it :rolleyes:
 
It looks like Lord Haw Haw had a run in with the EM in 1945.

He was mooching about the woods near Flensburg and happened to bump into two soldiers just out collecting firewood , in a stunning bit of bad luck they were from the very unit set up to find war criminals, T force, if that wasn't mong enough one was called Captain Bertie Lickorish and the other was lieutenant " Geoffrey Perry " originally a German called Horst Pinscehewer, who shot him twice in the arse with a captured German P38 pistol.

what a mong.
 

AlienFTM

MIA
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It looks like Lord Haw Haw had a run in with the EM in 1945.

He was mooching about the woods near Flensburg and happened to bump into two soldiers just out collecting firewood , in a stunning bit of bad luck they were from the very unit set up to find war criminals, T force, if that wasn't mong enough one was called Captain Bertie Lickorish and the other was lieutenant " Geoffrey Perry " originally a German called Horst Pinscehewer, who shot him twice in the arse with a captured German P38 pistol.

what a mong.
The T Force commanded by Bear Grylls' grandfather, 15/19H, who before REME, wrote all the regiment's A vehicle servicing schedules. 15/19H, who ended the war around Flensburg.
 

Cold_Collation

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I was having a drink with a girlfriend last night and she mentioned a colleague and his wife. A few days ago, their son had been given an assignment - to find selected words in the dictionary and describe them.

The mother suggested buying a child's dictionary might be an idea. The father was of the opinion that his son should use an adult dictionary, as that's what he'll use in years to come.

The problem came about when the son decided to go on and also describe the words either side of those he was allotted. One of the allotted words was 'cup'.

You can guess the rest. Dad went out and bought a new child's dictionary.



My response detailed something which happened last year. It concerns a colleague of SWMBO. Her colleague's daughter, as a history project, had to put together a piece of artwork describing Cleopatra. The young girl concerned is six years old.

It turns out that Cleopatra had probably the world's first-recorded vibrator - a box with bees in it. Young girl dutifully notes this on her collage, and carefully draws/cuts out a box with bees in it.

Mummy only sees the artwork on the morning of the day that it has to be handed in.

Cue conversation along the lines of, "Remember what mummy said before? If you don't know what something is, always come and ask me."

Mummy then takes a picture of the artwork, having decided that it can't be handed in. She then rang the school to explain, and texted the picture to the teacher. The teacher, between gagging with laughter, awards a decent grade for the work.
 
Why not write some stories about your life as an outlaw biker to pas the time while you are doing life.


Ohio prison inmate’s writing published in EasyRider biker magazine was cited by police in charging him with the shooting death of a motorist found along the Pennsylvania Turnpike in 1972
Mark Scolforo, associated press

An Ohio prison inmate’s writing published in biker magazines was cited by police in charging him with the shooting death of a motorist found along the Pennsylvania Turnpike in 1972, police said Friday.
Larry Joseph Via, 75, was charged with criminal homicide and robbery in the death of Morgan Peters, who had been shot in the back, following a grand jury investigation that began two years ago.

Peters, 29, a married father who lived in Bay Shore, New York, had been in Pennsylvania on a work trip. He was seen getting onto the turnpike to go west from Carlisle toward Latrobe.

His truck was found about 18 miles (30 kilometers) from his body, and items were missing from it, including a black Panasonic radio, investigators said.


After two ex-wives of Via’s told police he wrote poems and short stories for Easy Rider magazine under the pseudonym “Jody Via,” a trooper found nine writings under that name in Easy Rider and Outlaw Biker magazines from the late 1980s, police said.

“Dangerous Dave,” published in Outlaw Biker in September 1985, was about a hitchhiking woman who lured a man to stop for her, and the man is then surprised by a gunman.

“As the driver approached on foot, a ‘cold’ voice from behind a tree told the man to stop and not ‘move a muscle.’ ‘Dangerous Dave’ then describes the shooter approaching the man and ‘ready to shoot,'” the court affidavit said.


Another piece, “Payback in Full,” involved a female suspect tying up a victim, similar to the shooting of gas station owner Harvey Hoffman in Geauga County, Ohio, investigators said.

One piece, “Moonlit Ride,” contained a setting and facts similar to the murder of Jane Maguire in Summit County, Ohio, police said.

Via was arrested in 1972 for those two deaths and is serving life for killing Maguire.

Among his belongings when he was arrested, police said, was a black Panasonic radio.



 
How unexpected.


A man who fell to his death from scaffolding in south London was a free-running enthusiast who had traveled across Europe practising parkour.
Should have practised more . . . the stupid cünt
 

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