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The Telegraph - buffties and woofters

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The Telegraph appears to have had a pink revolution in its' editorial office - there were at least three pro-botty-fondling stories on their website earlier today.

I may have to switch to the Daily Mail for my HomePage.
 
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Whiskybreath said:


The Telegraph appears to have had a pink revolution in its' editorial office - there were at least three pro-botty-fondling stories on their website earlier today.

I may have to switch to the Daily Mail for my HomePage.
They do like it up 'em!



















(Well perhaps not but hey!)
 
#4
Whiskybreath said:


The Telegraph appears to have had a pink revolution in its' editorial office - there were at least three pro-botty-fondling stories on their website earlier today.

I may have to switch to the Daily Mail for my HomePage.
Ignoring the comment about a blue shirt (dya think I signed up just before Balaklava!!!????) I huvny heard the word Buffty as in "Buffty Boy" for years!!!

Must be a Central Region put down!! :D (which they copied in Edinburgh)
 
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Don't know. However, the Telegraph front webpage had had a makeover from someone good with colours; that photo was in the middle, next to various pink/violet-tinged stories. I think the Night Editor (or whatever they have there) had been touched up by the Chief Compositor and was feeling fruity.

(PS: Highland Div and their blue shirts not bufftie. Have no fear, Sparks!)
 
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Oh OK, just very nearly had a sense of humour bypass when I thought you were insinuating that lightweight rowers were pansies!
 
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Animus said:
Oh OK, just very nearly had a sense of humour bypass when I thought you were insinuating that lightweight rowers were pansies!
Aye, Quite right!!!!

Just because they spend aw their time in the water doesny make them Pansies!!!

That's blooming "Lillies" your'e thinking of FFS :D
 
#9
Try rowing pal! and then you might find that a CFT is a bit of a breeze.

Don't know if they are raving benders and don't care. They trained very very hard for years and won a gold medal for their/my/our country. Well done.
 
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mushroom said:
Try rowing pal! and then you might find that a CFT is a bit of a breeze.

Don't know if they are raving benders and don't care. They trained very very hard for years and won a gold medal for their/my/our country. Well done.
As an aside - My ruffty tuffty son is presently on his TA basic course, and last night he called me to say that today he and his group would be doing their first CFT - all of 2 miles! He really wasn't looking forward to it, and I had to give him a long pep talk. If he goes on to "rowing" I'll lock the bugger out of the house.
 
#13
Animus said:
I don't get it, can someone fill me in (no, not like that...stop the sniggering!) are either of them gay?
Obviously. Just look at the evidence:-

Young
Fit
Athletic
Good looking
Got their own hair and teeth
No detectable beer gut
Daily showers
Not wearing anything purchased from Woolworths
Women falling at their feet

They must be gay!
 
#14
Whiskey - 2 miles is not a CFT it's a bit of a stroll.

I do not approve of all this modern business of thinking homosexuality either clever or normal. I regret that in a very short period of time it has gone from 'The love that dare not speak its name' to the 'Perversion that won't stop bragging about it'.

I neither know nor care if that rowing crew are gay, that is their business (as long as they don't try and convert me), I do know that for the past few years they have worked their puddings off training for four minutes of outstanding effort. They won and they were proud to have won for themselves and for their country. I share their pride and joy and I'm glad that there are young people out there who are prepared to work hard to realise their dreams.
 
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mushroom said:
Try rowing pal!
I rowed wi the wife for years!! The neighbours complained about us having a major row aw the time!!!

Aye credit where it's due :D

The rowing machine in the gym is hard enuff, without adding an unwielding boat/canoe/upturned shoe and water...
 
#17
Whiskybreath said:
All those years in the Intelligence Corps
And ye laffd at me for havn a "blue SHIRT"???? Shirt!!!!???? Jaggy Jayket mair like!!!

The KF shirt was like cotton wool in comparison...

I smell... Roses (lovely) and..... Laurels (sublime)....

I'm gonny tell Jilly Goolden about you - then you'll w(h)ine!!!

Cheeky C*nt!!!!! :D :D :D