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Discussion in 'Survey says...' started by mjs9153, Jul 27, 2014.
I thought that's what he meant but wanted to make sure.
Maybe he can confirm this if and when he returns
Yar... wee child.
a nipper is old british dialect for young child, usually the youngest child in the family.
also nipper is the name of the dog on His Majesty's voice (hmv)
I heard that song, Send in the Clowns, by Judy Collins(?) on the radio today. Then followed by Everything's beautiful by Ray Stevens.
I did not know that!
haven't looked at the complete thread...so the OP is now a guest, hey? Things happen...was looking for a pic of The Town Clown...or was it The Towne Clown? Remember that one, Captain Kangaroo? Did find this...should it be in the grammar nazi thread, too? "tootie tinny (?) the clown. the only raping clown in town!"
Life, everyone love's it. Clowns, I'm a clown. Captain Kangaroo is a clown. I'm not Captain Kangaroo. I'm Mark. I'm he. Smart, but dumb. All I got, is the ability to look into someone's eyes, and know exactly if someone's false or not.
I don't like how I'm being treated on this website. I'm a very touchy guy. Also I've had a few drinks today, and I'll see how I'm going tomorrow. Doesn't matter what happens; I'll always be a Stephen King fan. I grew up in a dysfunctional household (a drunken, Swedish Seaman will do this to you.) By the way-my father told me this from his grave-you Americans can go and get ****ed. He got bashed up my a bunch of cops in Texas because: 1. No Greencard 2. My father was a Communist and they found Communist material in his flat. 3. He got drunk in Texas-punched a cop in the jaw- and taken back to the cop-shop and beaten by five cops.4. One of the cops was of Swedish descent. 5. He came to Australia.
Can you give specifics? I'm not sure I've read enough of your things to see that you are being treated badly. I am sorry you feel this way.
I used to think clowns were funny, except Pennywise, of course, until I went to the Haunted Mansion in Gatlinburg, TN. Went in this one spooky room with a strobe light. I was watching my friend and laughing at her when this werewolf jumped out of her, when I sensed someone behind me. I turned to look and this demented clown was stand about a foot away. I screamed, hit him on his big red nose and ran like hell.
I've hated clowns ever since.
...he needs to get help, he cycles rapidly...
That guy called "Hammarstrom"; he's a complete idiot. He has obviously lost 10 billion brain cells from drink. That idiot that posted that rant- he's my weird twin. I apologise. I read the biography of the Australian Tennis player 'John Newcombe' about a year ago. He said there were at least 5 different 'John Newcombes'.
John Newcombe was with George W. Bush in 1976 when Bush got picked up for drunk driving. Ever since then-it is said- Bush has been a teetotaller. One interesting thing about the book, is the recollection Newcombe had about waking up from a dream he was having in a hotel in Florida. In the dream, his pet dog said to him, "don't worry, I'm going now, it's alright." Newcombe said he woke up and ten minutes later the phone rang and it was his manager telling him that he had just got a call from Newcombe's wife telling him that the dog had died.
You know what? - kinda late to chime in, but I think HMV actually stood for "His Master's Voice" not 'His Majesty's Voice'
I think you're right, rocker
Maybe where rocker1972 is from it is different from where I am (in terms of definitions) - He is in Ireland and I am in Canada!
The picture above that I posted actually says "His Master's Voice" at the bottom
That's an interesting story about the dog. There are wondrous unknown truths in the Universe.
She is a good dawg.