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  • #6725
    The real barney
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    This mans writing is a joy to behold.

    I wish I could write like what he can do.

    He survived an attempted mugging at the tote kiosk, a warm Guinness at the bar.

    Does he judge them, does he bollocks. He lets the facts speak for themselves

    "As I was hungry, I found a sweet stall, bought a Mint Aero. It was Impeccable.

    True Class, he could have rammed it all down their throat and annihilated the place.

    It must be nice when you recognise that someones work is not upto your own high standards to be able to take stock and overcome the temptation (if at all present) to go Na…na… na ……..nana.

    No wonder he’s a SIR.

    #144094
    Himself
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    He may be a dab hand at flogging dog food, but when it comes to tipping winners, he’s hopeless.

    I like his writing though. Very dry and witty.

    Gambling Only Pays When You're Winning

    #144100
    graysonscolumn
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    I love his writing, I love his appearances on Just A Minute, and as a fellow LibDemmer I love his politics also.

    Do us a favour, Sir Clement, and live forever.

    gc

    The patron saint of lower-grade fare. A gently critical friend of point-to-pointing. Kindness is a political act.

    #144110
    gamble
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    My sister was subjected to
    the Clement Freud flirt
    It was a sunny day
    and it was Epsom.
    She failed to divulge
    which eye launched the first attack

    #144114
    Maxilon 5
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    A genius who deserves the description.

    Do us a favour, Sir Clement, and live forever.

    Seconded.

    #144116
    gamble
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    Thirdeyed !

    #144133
    graysonscolumn
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    Now here’s a proposition – Sir Clement Freud, Stuart Hall, Stephen Fry and Gamble all as guests at the same dinner table. I don’t think I’d stop beaming all night!

    gc

    The patron saint of lower-grade fare. A gently critical friend of point-to-pointing. Kindness is a political act.

    #144138
    Neil Watson
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    Now here’s a proposition – Sir Clement Freud, Stuart Hall, Stephen Fry and Gamble all as guests at the same dinner table. I don’t think I’d stop beaming all night!

    gc

    Not sure about Stuart Hall but maybe Sir Mark Prescott or Ginger McCain would be interesting dinner table guests

    #144145
    graysonscolumn
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    I’d quickly tire of the chauvinism and boorishness of the latter, Neil, and I don’t think whatever other qualities the former posseses would outweigh our considerable ideological differences.

    Nah, I’m happy with my choices!

    gc

    The patron saint of lower-grade fare. A gently critical friend of point-to-pointing. Kindness is a political act.

    #144154
    gamble
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    I am glad you included Stuart Hall :)
    I myself have a rather large grandfather
    and I have heard he is very much into clocks

    hmm
    It would be a grand place
    and each sittng next to a column
    with a duck on the table

    #144166
    moehat
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    have a problem with Ginger McCain myself and wish they would stop bringing him out on Grand National day – don’t find his chauvinistic ramblings funny at all…however, his son seems lke a sound bloke…

    #144194
    Ugly Mare
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    Have to agree Moe. Poor old Ginger wouldn’t want me as his wife that’s for sure. :x

    As for Clement Freud, the joke he told in yesterdays RP about the 2 nuns -Sister Mathematical and Sister Logical….lol!!!!!!!!!!….oh this cracked me up….I absolutely loved it. Hope you all did too :D. I had never heard that one before.

    #144197
    Fist of Fury 2k8
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    Now here’s a proposition – Sir Clement Freud, Stuart Hall, Stephen Fry and Gamble all as guests at the same dinner table. I don’t think I’d stop beaming all night!

    gc

    Not sure about Stuart Hall but maybe Sir Mark Prescott or Ginger McCain would be interesting dinner table guests

    Ginger McCain interesting? :lol: :cry: :wink: :roll: :oops: 8) :( :) :?

    #144203
    gamble
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    I knew of someone who
    had occasion to
    overnight at Mcain’s.
    He does pour very generous doubles

    #144210
    scallywag76
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    Do us a favour, Sir Clement, and live forever.

    Given a privileged lifestyle that hasn’t been overburdened with too many days spent engaged in hard, honest, decent work, he probably stands a better chance than you!

    Sir Clement Freud, Stuart Hall, Stephen Fry and Gamble all as guests at the same dinner table. I don’t think I’d stop beaming all night!

    As you’d be unlikely to have many chances to contribute to the conversation, considering the capacity of that particular combination to evacuate verbal diarrhoea, I can only think that your beaming visage would be the result of a pair of decent earplugs or some suitable blend of chemicals designed to assuage the aural pain.

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