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Discussion in 'Southampton' started by TheSecondStain, Jul 15, 2014.
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Why is this page not called Ralph's Hare Hutch? He is not Ralph Kaninchenstall.
Paddy sees an old school friend at a bus stop and asks Where are you going? He friend replied logic class. What's that? asked Paddy. His friend replied Do you have goldfish? Yes said Paddy. His friend said You probably got them for your kids? Yes said Paddy. His friend said If you've got kids you are probably married? Yes said Paddy. His friend replied That's logic. Later Paddy goes to the pub. He went up to his friend Murphy and said I'm thinking of taking a logic class. What's that asks Murphy? Do you have goldfish? asks Paddy. No said Murphy. Paddy replied Then you're a bloody poof
This is a pretty cool video for history buffs like me....
Loved that, Saints Alive. Great find.
Yep, thanks SA. I realise that Above Bar and High St had to be rebuilt after WW II bombing (I can well remember the bomb sites) and I appreciate that money was scarce at that time but comparing the present architecture with c1900 methinks we haven't progressed much.
A Scotsman, an Irishman, and an Englishman are each sentenced to a year in solitary confinement; before being locked away, each is to be granted a year's supply of whatever he wants to help him get through the long, long spell alone.
* The Scotsman asks for a year's supply of whisky; it's given to him and he's locked away.
* The Irishman asks for a year's supply of Guinness so he's locked up with several thousand bottles of it.
* The Englishman asks for a year's supply of cigarettes and he's given a pile of cartons and the cell door is shut on him.
One year later, their doors are all unlocked.
* The Scotsman staggers out and shouts, 'I'm free!' and then keels over dead from alcohol poisoning.
* The Irishman is dragged out into the light, whereupon he promptly dies of liver failure.
* When the door to the Englishman's cell is opened, everybody watches eagerly to see what sort of a wreck the man has made of himself.
To their surprise, he walks right out the door, sidles up to the first person he sees, and asks,
‘I say you wouldn't happen to have a match, would you?'
I too like my history especially public transport all my family were either on the railway or the buses in their careers or in some cases like myself both. Here is some old bus footage around the old Hants & Dorset bus station and civic centre. I am old enough to have gone to school on some of them
Probably more apt during a matchday thread than here....
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