They don’t make TV game shows like this any more . . .
Posted on November 11, 2016 at 5:54 pm in Uncategorized | RSS feed
Well done, Nobbly. A few months ago no-one would have dared put this up. But now those arrogant lefty “we know what’s best for you” politicians are getting a worldwide kick up the arse, we can return to proper telly.
You’re just biased, seeing as you were in it.
Are the rope burns OK now?
I’m sorry to say, yes.
Relax. Don will issue a presidential decree to bring this show back, as part of Making America Great Again
Wasn’t he the bloke peddling hair lotion at the start, and then snogging the other chap?
Yes it definitely looks like him.
Hmmmm. So now we know what happens after 50 years of applying Lancers Hair Tonic.
I was going to put a “like” on this post.
But, I don’t want to get shouted at.
Oh for HEAVEN’S SAKE!
Another preposition AT THE END OF THE SENTENCE.
It’s merely a matter of applying a few simple grammatical rules, if you don’t want to shouted at get.
Things are different in Oz. You might get a preposition at the end of a sentence. Over here you get time off for good behaviour.
Well everyone hear agrees a preposition at the end is unheard of.
In any case, if its a Capital offence you get time off alright…
But perhaps more important, is how your sentence is served.
For full enjoyment of a decent lunchcrime menu, served topless perhaps…
Wheres my apostrophe
(and my question mark)
For God’s sake, sticky, I’m fed up with following you around, picking your things up.
Here they are (‘?). Now be a good boy and put them back in the box with your train set.
Tsk . . .
I hung that question mark on my belt, so I don’t know how it managed to drop off. Those apostrophes are a bit difficult to handle, though. I must have a hole in my pocket.
Er, you haven’t seen a full stop lying around, have you?
Upper, or lower case ?
. ? .. . . : . . ;; . ? . . . . . .
. . . . . . : . . .. . . . ¿ .
‘;? . .. : . .¿ . . . . . . . .
. .. . . ¿ . . ; . . . . . . ? .
. . . . . . . ;; ¿ .. . . . ? . .;
Couldn’t agree more.
i saw an upper case full stop the other day, but with it being an upper one, I couldn’t reach it.
How I managed to see it with that lower case i of mine is quite remarkable in its own right.
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