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Discussion in 'Sunderland' started by Smug in Boots, Jan 19, 2015.
Mmm. Nice they just melt in your mouth
We had a go at raising cattle but couldn't get enough straw for their bedding ...
... we tried using old newspapers but had big problems with rustling.
I got my work mate a get better soon card.
He's not sick, i just wish he'd get better at his job.
I've just read a great sports book about the little known cricketing career of Terry Venables ....
... for anyone interested it's called, "For whom the Tel bowls."
A mate of mine's wife disappeared a few weeks ago.
He received a call from the police yesterday saying that there had been some developments in the case and he should prepare for the worst.
Poor bloke now has to go down to the salvo's and get all her stuff back
I used to raise cattle - a jack under each foot does the job nicely
So that’s why meats so high
Price of pork ruined my dad's sausage roll business - he couldn't make both ends meet!
Mr's Smug had just been out to the local farm choosing her Christmas turkey.
I wasn't really listening but she reckons they're really expensive, I'm sure she said the best ones were on hire purchase
Sorry mate but that sounds like polony to me ...
He tried making that too but things took a turn for the wurst
Steady on mate!
This is supposed to be a thread for terrible jokes ...
... that actually made me laugh
My mate tried to make his own sauerkraut, but It didn’t work out and he got into a right pickle
You sound like a right brat
Ha ha that made me chutney
Richard Branston would have been proud of that
How do you make a hormone?
Kick her in the crutch
There must be a link to chutney there somewhere
I went to the opticians this morning. You’ll never guess who I bumped into?