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Okay. As an old hand at MBing, it's probably time to introduce the age old tradition that is the MB Caption Comp. There are no rules or limits (subject to terms and conditions), the best submission will receive 1,000,000 honorary posting reward points and immediately gain High Wazok of the Board membership status below their username. Or we could just LOL.:laugh:
So, an easy one to begin with,
'World premiere of Mozart's newly-discovered Horn Concerto No. 5'
But discovered just too late, sadly, for the 2010 World Cup Finals.
Despite inauthentic props, Ugandan TV's ''Search For Sherlock Holmes'' winner receives state-of-the-art BBC iPlodder (as demonstrated by Mrs. Duran Duran).
BBC Rep.: ''...trade in your old FM receiver for one of these new DAB radios and experience the sound of Miles Davis like never before.''
'' - 'Ere, got a light, love? Me baccy's a bit damp.''
''Yes, of course. Just as soon as the Michael Buble track finishes.''
"Keep it going lads - the aim is to upstage Anne Hilde Neset"
'I think you'll find that traditionally it's Blaw! blaw! sook! sook! blaw!'
Yes, Sahiba. Genuine rhino and pukka gift for husband-Sahib.
Not the caption competition.
Does anyone know just who has ended up at the top of that mike stand ?
"What a palaver - I can hardly hear Katy Perry on me Ipod"
Kevin Keegan, indeed it must be.
Ball cushions ?
I blame bloody Eric Clapton (http://www.allposters.co.uk/-sp/Eric-Clapton-of-Cream-Shows-off-His-Curly-Hair-Created-for-Him-by-a-Ladies-Hair-Dresser-Posters_i3717583_.htm). I'm telling you, I'll be happier when Phil Collins becomes more popular.
The World of Music.
It's a broad wotsit
Sorry, mate, I made a mistake - it wasn't Brillo Pads, it was Walker's Crisps, and we're too late...
I think Keegan's saying: ' Look Paul! (Breitner, not Sherratt) bin the beard! It makes you look like an eejit!'
No, I'm not Gerry Adams, ya effeminate fenian numbskull ...
"OK mate, so you're a maoist, walk away like I do, do Brut".
"Good news - I've found a doctor who can remove the white pole connecting our heads"
dum-dee-dum-dee-dum-dee-dum (Archers theme tune)
you might like to read this first...:doh:
the answer is going to be 'product placement'... (http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/newsbysector/mediatechnologyandtelecoms/media/8164936/BBC-enlists-commercial-sector-help-to-shake-up-radio.html) :doh:
so here's the picture...
Thinks.....' Must get more of Bascom Lamar Lunsford on Ken Bruce!'
...what we need is Barrance for Tracks of my years - yes, that's the way forward!:rolleyes:
"I'm a globetrotter, loasa dosh, I gotta face and the info......I am the right geezer, yeah, for the 1 bruvs an 6 Student plus also the added Xtra 1 posse.......bpm, innit, acieed, in da house an the factor X, DJ Boyleski...........
......an remember R-E-S-P-E-C-T to my main man Thompson an the 2 club grannies an that, an to all you lovely ladeez, yeah, who may be out there tonight, know what I mean, be good, keep it clean, and have a big one from me, xxxx the police"
>>>so here's the picture...
I wonder if that John Myers would like a volunteer assistant ?
I wish you would stop photographing me when I'm catching a pee - plays havoc with the cavalry twills.:doh:
"I need Degsy again - call Cyprus".
"To be honest Reg, I generally only come here for the Red Arrows"
"Time to ease over to the left, I think - then we will have blocked everyone's view".
"Some of us are getting a bit worried Captain. Can't you see that bloody great icefloe? I can see the whites of the penguins' eyes now."
Good stuff, thanks.
Macaroni, Zucchini ?
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