Monday, 14 November 2011

Spar

OVerheard in the queue at the Spar Garage at midday First Woman: " Like I said he poked me time and time again in full view of his brother AND his sister in law" Second Woman: "oooohhh"...... "what did they say?" first woman: "not a lot....they were pissed and were scoffing pizza" Second Woman: "Birthdays eh."

23 comments:

  1. Dum dee dum dee dum.........what?

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  2. I presume he poked her with a finger!

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  3. Things heard in passing....

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  4. Do you ever get the impression they aren't talking the same language as you? You recognise some of the words......but not the actual sentences.

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  5. Strangely that happens to me alot ;)

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  6. I know another meaning for 'poked' and this would make it a whole lot funnier!

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  7. if he wasn't poking her in the Biblical sense why was he poking her with his finger, to agitate her? just wondering...

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  8. Hmmm. So I wonder what the significance of "poke" is in the word "cowpoke".

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  9. All the best things are said in Spar's.

    Fo real!

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  10. John - looks like that one was celebrated in style.

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  11. Are we talking in rural Wales here?

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  12. definitely a finger

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  13. I've come to this post three times and am still at a loss for words.
    .......

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  14. Well sort of weaver....one girl had a Liverpudlian accent though?..
    Oh by the way...they apparently were IN pizza hut!!!!

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  15. Double entendre or not? What if she was combining both meanings?

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  16. Sounds like a Shameless story line!
    Jane

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  17. gross . . .

    https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?v=167323503080

    peace

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  18. I just love reading your posts.. This one is funny and I'm thinking it's a finger poking.
    have a great day~ta ta for now from Iowa:)

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  19. OH and by he way I looked up Charlene Soraia and she has a lovely voice. I listened to some of her songs and thought they were wonderful. I tried to get it on my playlist but not happening. Turned up no results. Shoot..
    Have a Tiggeriffic Day~ ta ta for now from Iowa:)

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  20. Spar-se on details here, John. But thank goodness!

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  21. First thing I thought of were the references to "poke" in McMurtry's Lonesome Dove. Maybe it's some sort of bizarre birthday tradition (not in the Lonesome Dove fashion).

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  22. Don't play with your food - as me old ma used to say.

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