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GLASGOW GREEN

Sitting in the green
Bottle of Chardonnay couple of papers, forgot my book
Head for care home about half one
Fookin making South Indian Garlic Chicken tonight so all a quiver

posted on 1/6/20

comment by Silver (U6112)
posted 33 minutes ago
Heard this one today.

A number of golfers have taken to Twitter to reveal a new golf term being coined as a 'Dominic Cummings', which involves a long drive that goes out of bounds but avoids a penalty.
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Like it.

Dennis wise is maybe still my favourite.

comment by Miller (U9310)

posted on 2/6/20

comment by Magnum. No more Mr Nice Guy. (U22391)
posted 9 hours ago
comment by Silver (U6112)
posted 33 minutes ago
Heard this one today.

A number of golfers have taken to Twitter to reveal a new golf term being coined as a 'Dominic Cummings', which involves a long drive that goes out of bounds but avoids a penalty.
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Like it.

Dennis wise is maybe still my favourite.
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would you mind explaining?

posted on 2/6/20

comment by Miller (U9310)
posted 30 minutes ago
comment by Magnum. No more Mr Nice Guy. (U22391)
posted 9 hours ago
comment by Silver (U6112)
posted 33 minutes ago
Heard this one today.

A number of golfers have taken to Twitter to reveal a new golf term being coined as a 'Dominic Cummings', which involves a long drive that goes out of bounds but avoids a penalty.
----------------------------------------------------------------------
Like it.

Dennis wise is maybe still my favourite.
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would you mind explaining?
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A nasty 5 foot putt.

posted on 2/6/20

comment by An s&m Lauders (U9757)
posted 9 minutes ago
comment by Miller (U9310)
posted 30 minutes ago
comment by Magnum. No more Mr Nice Guy. (U22391)
posted 9 hours ago
comment by Silver (U6112)
posted 33 minutes ago
Heard this one today.

A number of golfers have taken to Twitter to reveal a new golf term being coined as a 'Dominic Cummings', which involves a long drive that goes out of bounds but avoids a penalty.
----------------------------------------------------------------------
Like it.

Dennis wise is maybe still my favourite.
----------------------------------------------------------------------
would you mind explaining?
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A nasty 5 foot putt.
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A nasty little five footer.

Also like an Adolf Hittler....two shots in the bunker

posted on 2/6/20

comment by Magnum. No more Mr Nice Guy. (U22391)
posted 11 hours, 9 minutes ago
comment by Tully 1 (U20686)
posted 1 hour, 13 minutes ago
comment by Magnum. No more Mr Nice Guy. (U22391)
posted 49 minutes ago
comment by BB⁷ (U13430)
posted 4 hours, 36 minutes ago
Joxer is a nickname Zach. Its mostly a Dublin thing and can be used for anyone really but is usually for someone who is bone idle or even just considered idle, but its not derogatory
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It's only in Ireland that calling someone bone idle isn't considered derogatory.
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Not really. Over here we call them Royalty or Hon Members of the House of Lords.
These good-for-nothing-in-bred cants cos us £zillions every year.
Only two countries in the world are part theocracies: Iran and the UK
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A common misconception. An urban myth if you will.

Iran is a theocracy. So are Saudi, Yemen and Sudan (I think). The Vatican City is also one.

My opinion...a part theocracy is like being part pregnant. Doesn't really happen

Why would the UK qualify?
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Happy to accept your urban myth point.
The UK qualifies because there are 26 C of E Bishops appointed as a right to the House of Lords.

comment by Miller (U9310)

posted on 2/6/20

Turns out I like golf terms

posted on 2/6/20

comment by Miller (U9310)
posted 1 minute ago
Turns out I like golf terms
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Princess Diana. Problem with the driver

An Al-megrahi. You thought it was dying but it just kept going and going.

Hundreds of them.

posted on 2/6/20

comment by Tully 1 (U20686)
posted 14 minutes ago
comment by Magnum. No more Mr Nice Guy. (U22391)
posted 11 hours, 9 minutes ago
comment by Tully 1 (U20686)
posted 1 hour, 13 minutes ago
comment by Magnum. No more Mr Nice Guy. (U22391)
posted 49 minutes ago
comment by BB⁷ (U13430)
posted 4 hours, 36 minutes ago
Joxer is a nickname Zach. Its mostly a Dublin thing and can be used for anyone really but is usually for someone who is bone idle or even just considered idle, but its not derogatory
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It's only in Ireland that calling someone bone idle isn't considered derogatory.
----------------------------------------------------------------------
Not really. Over here we call them Royalty or Hon Members of the House of Lords.
These good-for-nothing-in-bred cants cos us £zillions every year.
Only two countries in the world are part theocracies: Iran and the UK
----------------------------------------------------------------------
A common misconception. An urban myth if you will.

Iran is a theocracy. So are Saudi, Yemen and Sudan (I think). The Vatican City is also one.

My opinion...a part theocracy is like being part pregnant. Doesn't really happen

Why would the UK qualify?
----------------------------------------------------------------------
Happy to accept your urban myth point.
The UK qualifies because there are 26 C of E Bishops appointed as a right to the House of Lords.
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That's what I thought...and probably why you used the term part-theocracy.

I'd argue that we're now completely secular but i take your point.

posted on 2/6/20

Golf terms

Shegin yir sister
You are up there but not proud of it.

A Sally Gunnel
Not much to look at but was a good runner

And the nasty wee 5 footer is a Nicola.

posted on 2/6/20

I would add I disagree with the Sally Gunnel one as I think she is certainly a wid in all circumstances.

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