"I'll admit I may have seen better days,
but I'm still not to be had for the price of a cocktail,
like a salted
Sorry John - no like.
Whoops sorry chuck....do u forgive me?
C**'t win 'em all.
I learnt to read with you and your sister in all my first Ladybird books .... no wonder I swear a lot ;-)
See John. See Spot run. Spot is not wagging his tail. See Spot bite John's bollocks. See Janet laughing. Hear Spot barking.
Someone has too much time on his hands.
Have you swapped blog posts with TS? He's talking about baking cakes.
Ha ha to both!
See Janet tie John to the tree and wear out the branch on his arse!
LOL !!!! I had to look twice .. I love it.
Love this! And it looks just like a page from my early reader books but their names were Alice and Jerry and the dog was Jip. I think ."Run, Jip, Run." ?But Jerry was never described as a cunt. Too bad.
My books were Fun With Dick and Jane and their dog Spot.I never saw or heard the word cunt until I was living in San Francisco in the late 1960s ... oh what I learned in those days :)
Ditto on all counts!
And here we all thought you were SO nice, John! tsk tskWhere did you go wrong?!! lol
I remember those books as SO BORING I could read them with my eyes closed! How did you get the interesting ones!
My brother and I were "Irish twins" and we also practiced how to be humans on each other...some of the things we did...whew, there are some scars!
Well I thought it was hysterical !!!!
So that's why the kids of today are the way they are !
Ah the 'c' word. not my favourite but still apt when needed. When I was at primary school (about 8 or 9) someone spelled it out to me and said it was a swear, I didn't believe him and asked the teacher outright, I think he handled it well but don't remember what he said. Not too many weeks after that he dropped dead with a heart attack shortly after we had left class that afternoon. We may have been a troublesome class that year, c*nt think why.x
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