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Jokes / Masochist and sadist
« Last post by Peter Anderson on October 22, 2017, 12:55:47 PM »
A masochist said to a sadist, "Hit me!"
The sadist said, "No!"


I first told this joke over 60 years ago, when I was at school.  Over half my chums never got it!
I suspect it was because they didn't understand what a masochist was back in the 50's, rather than their ability to appreciate the subtleness therein.
Jokes / Re: More Irish Jokes
« Last post by Peter Anderson on October 18, 2017, 05:04:01 PM »
Shanahan asked his wife what she would like for her birthday, and she said: “I’d like something with diamonds in it.”  So he bought her a pack of cards!

Casey, Murphy and Flanagan were about to be shot by a firing squad, so they decided to try and divert their executioners and escape in the confusion.   The firing squad lined up, and Casey shouted “Tornado”, and the troops took cover.     The next was Flanagan.   The troops lined up and he shouted, “ Cyclone”, and they scattered.     The next was Murphy.    The soldiers took aim, and he shouted, “Fire!”

Mulcahy was in the witness box, and the judge said to him: “Just tell the court in your own words, exactly what happened.”     Mulcahy said: “How can I, your honour, after me pleading Not Guilty?”

Casey and Flanagan were in an out of control car that was careering down a steep hill.   Casey shouted: “Help, we are going to crash.”   Flanagan said: “Don’t worry!  There’s a STOP sign at the bottom.”
Crossword Puzzles .. / ARG Crossword 21
« Last post by Robert McMichael on October 18, 2017, 08:20:08 AM »
Rearrange the letters below to form a member's first name, and enter it in clue 52 (across) of ARG crossword 21:


Tierce de Picardie Forum / Re: Using Box for your MP3s/Photos
« Last post by Hugh Wallington on October 16, 2017, 11:21:29 AM »
I have adjusted my comments on Box (above) to reflect the way Box works now.  They have upgraded their website recently.

One further comment about uploads to Box.  The 'default' is to upload in Date Order, so you get the latest uploads at the top.  But you can change the listing to eg. alphabetical order of 'titles of songs'.  Useful if you have uploaded a number of songs and want to check out whether a particular song is in your uploads.  Just click on the 'heading' of a column and the order will change.  One click at the top of the first column for 'alphabetical order'; and a second click to get it into 'reverse alphabetical order'.

Jokes / Re: The Bricklayer's Song (also known as The Sick Note)
« Last post by Bernard Bateson on October 16, 2017, 09:26:09 AM »
Very funny, thanks for that. I nearly reported it to the moderator as it made me chuckle.
Jokes / Re: The Bricklayer's Song (also known as The Sick Note)
« Last post by Hugh Wallington on October 16, 2017, 12:49:50 AM »
The Bricklayer's Lament - by Gerard Hoffnung
Name That Tune! / Name That Tune No: 7
« Last post by Hugh Wallington on October 15, 2017, 04:03:47 PM »
Name That Tune No: 7

The following are 'Theme tunes' from BBC programs.  What we want to know is, what is the name of those programs?  (Sorry those of you who live outside the UK.  You may have come across them, and you may not).

BBC Program No: 1

BBC Program No: 2

BBC Program No: 3

BBC Program No: 4

BBC Program No: 5

If you know the answers to any of this, put your suggestions in: 

Suggestions for answers to 'Name That Tune' - Tune No: 7

The above is a LINK, so click on it to go straight there.  When you get there, click on REPLY and put your comments.

Crossword Puzzles .. / ARG Crossword 20
« Last post by Robert McMichael on October 08, 2017, 05:28:00 PM »

ARG Crossword Puzzle No: 20

Puzzle Theme:  More AR Features
Jokes / Re: More Irish Jokes
« Last post by Peter Anderson on October 06, 2017, 05:27:42 PM »
Mrs. Casey told her friend: “We were in Greece on holiday.   I went to see the Acropolis.”    Her friend replied: “Oh dear!  Have your feet been troubling you again?”

Mrs. Hoolahan told her husband that she wanted a surprise for her birthday, so he crept up behind her and shouted, “BOO!”

Daly became a policeman, and on his first day he arrested Sullivan.   Sullivan said: “What’s the charge?”    Daly said: “Oh, there’s no charge.   This is part of my job.”

O’Flaherty was giving evidence in a road accident case.      “Who was driving at the time of the accident?” asked the judge.   O’Flaherty said: “My wife was, your honour!”   The judge said: “And where were you at the time?”    O’Flaherty said: “I was behind the wheel!”
Jokes / Re: More Irish Jokes
« Last post by Peter Anderson on October 04, 2017, 03:07:16 PM »
O’Dwyer told his little boy to go down to the chemist and buy half a pound of cockroach powder.  But he warned him not to tell the chemist what it was for.     The little boy bought the powder, and then asked the chemist: “Is this stuff any good for cockroaches?”   The chemist said: “No, it kills them!”

Mrs. Hartigan said to the doctor: “Is it true that sleeping out of doors will cure insomnia?”   The doctor said: “Sleeping anywhere will cure insomnia.”

Doolan was charged in court with attacking an Englishman with a razor.   He was acquitted because he hadn’t plugged it in!

The first time that Rooney saw a toupee in a shop window, he said to Quinn: “Isn’t it amazing how they can grow hair on that thing but not on your head.”
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