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Tuesday 7 September 2010 5.46am
Diverse.........Welsh poetry
Tuesday 7 September 2010 11.21am
In the same vein....... Diversity. A Welsh college.

Damnation. Holland.

Parking fine. A comment rarely directed at women drivers.

(Only joking, girls.)
Thursday 9 September 2010 4.59pm
Property.... Where the milk goes in last, or first, according to your taste; (Don't ask me I'm strictly coffee, just the smell of tea makes me nauseous.)
Tuesday 14 September 2010 12.51pm
Polyunsaturated. A dry parrot.
Interpol, Parrot fashion. (As opposed to doggy fashion.)
Tuesday 14 September 2010 6.13pm
Been listening to I'm Sorry I Haven't a Clue re-runs, Chalkey?
Tuesday 14 September 2010 8.15pm
Hi Janefs,
Welcome to the Chalkey & Tom micro site!
I'm a big fan of ISIHAC, and am well aware of this particular game played therein. But I have purposefully tried to avoid any plagiarism. I can think of literally dozens of them, but have chosen not to use them for that very reason. Any such,is by pure coincidence, I assure you. Now, having said that, let's hear your contribution.
Tuesday 14 September 2010 8.27pm
By the way, Janefs, being obviously a fan yourself, did you, like me, get the impression that dear old Humph knew his days were numbered and was pushing the boundaries as far as could be tolerated by Radio4?(Formerly known as the 'BBC Home Service.')Particularly with the Lionel Blair/Give us a clue, skits. Unbeliebvable some of them, and certainly not repeatable on this site. (Unless James insists.)
Tuesday 14 September 2010 10.25pm
I'm quite aware this one's not original, but I like it a lot:

Testiculate - to talk bollocks while waving one's hands around.
Wednesday 15 September 2010 8.32am
On the money, Phill. That one is a cracker.
Wednesday 15 September 2010 8.52am
Rambling Phil wrote:
I'm quite aware this one's not original, but I like it a lot:
Testiculate - to talk bollocks while waving one's hands around.

I've added that to my vocabulary. Brilliant.
You should submit that definition to the Peoples Dictionary http://www.dictionary.co.uk/

PS it is on urbandictionary.com but there's too much advertising on that site.
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