Discussion in 'Off Topic Area' started by Simon, Aug 6, 2010.
Woodchuck - He already did before you finished the question
Redacted - Carrot-topped thespian
Warehouse - lycantropic real estate
bidet - 2 days before D-day
basting - Rastafarian sub-woofer
sub-woofer - A speed slower than the average bark
Tenting - Rastafarian Decimalisation
Booting - Rastafarian ghost
Lighting - Rastafarian Excuse
Acting - Scottish Rastafarian
Piebald - Simons Pie
Denizen - Harmonious tree house
Lampoon - Ovine Erotic Magazine
Cormorant - Wow! more ants!
Temporal – short-lived foreplay
Scabbard – to recover toughly from a wound
Mushroom – where huskies are kept
Planting - Rastafarian map
Plaintiff - Aeronautical argument
Placate - to impersonate Miss Middleton
Basque - lingerie for the Spanish
Tanto - what happens if you wear sandals in the sun
Tsuki - the thing that unlocks the zoo
Uke - oh look ! a key !
Gedan barai - a brummie fetching Gary
Empi - what emma does in the toilet
Brilliant, welcome to the party.
Physiology - the science of carbonation.
Posting - Tellytubby Wasp
Chicken - A very fashionable Street Fighter
Judo - what Israelis use to make bread
Karate - tea made from carrots
Bulletin - what people say when they've been shot
Parsnip - my father's abbreviated nipple
Cheesy - Chi for beginners
Delivery - de clothing worn by de palace staff, innit*.
*yes, I've been listening to Radio 4 on the way home.
more of a "just a minute" man myself
I just listened to I'm sorry I haven't a clue in the bath, while drinking a cup of tea. I feel so english I'm going to invade scotland.
^ you may find there are quite a lot of us this side of the border Though I like the show it is (as a lot of comedy is) quite offensive to minority groups and some individuals. Lionel Blair was asked about ISIHAC and the regular comments and was genuinely hurt. I know the innuendo around male homosexuality in dance and performing arts as someone who has spent a lot of time in dance studios in my twenties and it's no greater than in other parts of the population, maybe it's just seen as such because the work is about publicity, being seen and heard so the prejudice is uncalled for
Myth - a female Moth
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