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Finbarr Saunders and his double entendres


rletham 10 890 United Kingdom
24 Feb 2005 5:32AM
I've started this new thread because I didn't want to hijack the favourite/least favourite word thread.

We were talking about double entendres that makes us break out in a fit of schoolboy (or girl) giggles.

Here's one to start you off:

I once worked for a very large American company who decided to lay off about a hundred of us in the British branch. So they sent two of their top HR guys over to talk to us (basically sack us all).

These two Americans were expecting a lot of aggression and animosity from us but were surprised at our good humour when they introduced themselves. Everyone just broke into fits of giggles and laughter. Not the kind of behaviour you would expect from people about to be made redundant.

The first guy introduced himself; his name was Harry Glance. (Not too funny unless you say it out loud in an American accent.)

After the laughter had died down a bit he introduced his partner...


Ginger Kent

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ardbeg77 10 1.2k 6 Sao Tome And Principe
24 Feb 2005 5:35AM
Driving in North Carolina - and a lady in lovely Southern accent comes on the radio commercial:

"Me and my friend find double dipping inappropriate..."

Cue hilarity and stopping in a lay-by to recover. Still not sure what "double-dipping" is, but my mind was depraved enough to think it should be funny.

Steve
24 Feb 2005 5:38AM
I kid you not, when I was a lad, I worked in an electrical shop. I had a customer called (pardon my language!).........Mrs ****
lobsterboy e2
10 14.2k 13 United Kingdom
24 Feb 2005 5:39AM
Not quite on topic but Steves post reminded me of this: I once retuned the radio to hear the terribly serious presenter..
"the super chicken." and the program ended! to this day I have no idea how you could end a sentence/program like that.
leedsgh 10 496 United Kingdom
24 Feb 2005 5:40AM
My 83 year old auntie once told me and my bro that my Uncles best friend had an impressively large organ.

(I play the piano so she thought I'd be really impressed!)

Funniest bit is that when she announced about his organ size, she did the hand movement to exaggerate the fact!

Sofa me and my bro were sat on jiggled with laughter for 30 mins afterwards... she had no idea what we were laughing at!

Gav
rletham 10 890 United Kingdom
24 Feb 2005 5:40AM
There's a guy I've seen on film/tv credits (music I think) called Thomas ******

Chortle ;o)
ardbeg77 10 1.2k 6 Sao Tome And Principe
24 Feb 2005 5:42AM
Two favourite authors form my area of research - Stephen A. **** and Welcome Bender. I kid you not.....
rletham 10 890 United Kingdom
24 Feb 2005 5:42AM
I was once told by a gentleman of the wonderful pearl necklace he was planning on giving his daughter for her birthday...
ardbeg77 10 1.2k 6 Sao Tome And Principe
24 Feb 2005 5:43AM
My guess is that that's got you wondering what kind of research I'm doin'.....Smile
rletham 10 890 United Kingdom
24 Feb 2005 5:45AM

Quote:My guess is that thta's gpt you wondering what kind of research I'm doin'.....Smile



Fluid dynamics?

(titter!!)
leedsgh 10 496 United Kingdom
24 Feb 2005 5:45AM
Saw a piece of footage on horse racing once and the guy they were interviewing was called Willy Stroker.

Nice.
rletham 10 890 United Kingdom
24 Feb 2005 5:47AM
snarf!!!

Looks like I've at last found the right gutter to have meaningful intercourse with my peers ;o)
lobsterboy e2
10 14.2k 13 United Kingdom
24 Feb 2005 5:48AM
This may just be me but a girl at work said her boyfriend was taking her "up the OxO Tower". I started sniggering but when she said they were going for a few drinks to relax first I cracked up!
rletham 10 890 United Kingdom
24 Feb 2005 5:50AM
Now that really did make me LOL (about 96Db)
digicammad 11 22.0k 37 United Kingdom
24 Feb 2005 5:51AM
When I lived in America there was an advert guaranteed to have me gasping for breath. It was for a diet drink (I think) and started with ladies do you want to trim your fannies?

Ian

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