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Discussion in 'Manchester United' started by Sweats., Jan 12, 2013.
Just nut the little ****
Especially fat birds when they eat out and pretend they're full having only eaten half their dinner and say things like;
I'm really full
I haven't got much of an appetite these days
That was far too much for me.. Having eaten off the kids menu..
You're not big boned, your fat. I'm pretty sure they haven't reached 17st by eating half portions off the kids menu.
Which fat bird in particular are you referring to? Someone has inspired this!
A guy I knew once shagged a really fat bird on a night out. And I mean really fat as in trophy fat if you're into that kind of thing which he was. He was dead chuffed until he found out he was about the 50th bloke she'd shagged in a few months and he'd gone in bareback.
My mrs's sons bird.
He is 18
Awkward. Must be very tempting to tell her she didn't get that fat by pushing food around her plate.
She probably had a family sized bucket of chicken before the meal.
Does she have massive fat bird tits?
No surprisingly, I'm sure for him disappointingly **** bangers.
I'm guessing you're right on the bucket of chicken though.
So what is the upside for him?
Glad to see you are at least respecting your betters
No, Easter's too early this year - school holidays are the week after and we don't even get Good Friday and Easter Monday as bank holidays up here. Although it does mean Mrs Swarbs gets two extra days holiday to use when she feels like, and the roads aren't full of ****s with caravans.
Have we put caravans in 101 yet?
I'm sure Glazerfodder stuck them in a few times!!
I thought that room 101 was a caravan
I remember my very first venture to Amsterdam I was having a wonder around the red light area and the whole area was just fat birds in windows. Not just fat but orca fat. Went round a corner and it turned to fat black birds. All very strange and I couldnt help thinking the whole red light thing was overrated.
Ofcourse the purple haze, temple ball and sensimelia all made up for it.
No mention of pavements here;
Maybe the Welshies have different words for it. In England it's the footway or the pavement.
In Scotland it's "tha ****in grey thing ah fall over wun im pished"
As an estate agent.. A footpath is something you have in your garden that leads down to the shed.. Or a footpath could be something that runs through an estate.
A pavement to me is the pedestrian bit running alongside a road.
Yeah, and you're both wrong.
As a civil engineer...................... ...........
What's for tea?
Earl grey. One sugar.
No, salmon in a soy dressing with roast veg
Mother in laws who wander into a room and start asking plot and character questions about a series they don't watch.
How ****ing far back do you want me to go?
Don't - and I really mean don't get me going on fu#*ing caravans