Bickaxe wrote:Mines in a bottle, I'll get it out in a bit
Del wrote:They can't post Q. Their fingers are too sticky from eating Humbugs .
Quatermass wrote:Del wrote:They can't post Q. Their fingers are too sticky from eating Humbugs .
Del wrote:Quatermass wrote:Del wrote:They can't post Q. Their fingers are too sticky from eating Humbugs .
Because its the humbug thread.... and they look in here and think "Ohhhhh... I'd love a humbug!" and they go and eat one and then they have sticky fingers and by the time they get back from washing their hands they have lost their train of thought......
Or is that just me?
Del wrote:Toot ! Toot !
Tonyblack wrote:I saw a guy in Cardiff city centre yesterday wearing a black Santa hat with "Bah Humbug!" written on it and it occurred to me that even wearing such a hat was being festive. It was a piece of tat made for people to wear at Christmas, so he had (perhaps unwittingly) bought into the Christmas commercialism. Wouldn't it have been better to just not wear anything Christmassy? Or was he being ironic?
It's a bit like all those Republicans who thought it was clever to get anti-Obama stickers for their cars that, from a distance, looked like Obama supporter stickers. To the casual observer who wasn't standing about two feet from their stationary car, they seemed to be supporting Obama. That sort of ruins what they probably thought was a very clever put down of the President. Indeed, people seeing all these signs from a distance and in Republican areas, might just have gained Obama a few extra votes. That says a lot about Republicans.
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