Thursday, 24 May 2012

It was a very good year...

Joining us in celebrating the blogs favourite sexagenarian couple Glen and Scotch Git as the celebrate their ruby civil partnership the life of Vidal Sassoon. Mostly famous for cheap shampoo in Boots. Yes folks it is 60's night!!

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  1. I think I'll keep him.

    I believe Bryan's going up a Ben at the weekend in memory of Vidal.

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    Vidal Sassoon was a tough cookie! He fought during Israel's War of Independence, 1948-1949, prior to which he was fighting fascists in the streets of London.

    Indeed, the Daily Telegraph described him as an "anti-fascist warrior-hairdresser."


    Street Fighting Man - Rolling Stones

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    1. Mr Teasy Weasy24 May 2012 at 23:12

      Hair today, gone tomorrow

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    2. "You don't know the strength of these people"

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  3. Just the kind of man you'd want to do your roots.

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  4. ';the blogs favourite sexagenarian couple''

    so it's not a platonic relationship then?

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    1. I've heard you take the odd Scotch.

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  5. Had a beer with Norrie tonight. He was telling me that he was supposed to be going with Gaie to see Tom Petty but had to pull out. Being the gentleman that he is, he decided to tell her in advance rather than doing a runner at southwaite services whilst she is the loo.

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  6. that's so cruel, Paolo, you didn't see ME changing my status on FB; now everyone knows

    Single Girl - Sandy Posey

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    1. Let the heartaches begin - Long John Baldie

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    2. He was seriously gutted Gaie. Not like that cad Henrihannah who reduced Senga to selling her wares in waverley station!

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    3. Senga was so gutted she went to France and had another sex change.

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  7. Two out of three for me maybe, pass mark...

    Be Young Be Foolish Be Happy / The Tams

    Al.

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  8. As they canny have Kween or Mozz the night they might plump for

    Heaven Knows I'm Missing Him Now / Sandie Shaw

    Al.

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    1. Or Nancy Sinatra doing Let Me Kiss You from the pen of the mighty Mozz.

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    2. I noted we had "Bicycle Race" on again last night right enough. Really is unbelievable. It cant just have been us that noticed.

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  9. patrick mccafferty25 May 2012 at 15:17

    Summer in the city = Lovin Spoonful
    Something in the air = Thunderclap Newman
    Sunny Afternoon = The Kinks
    We gotta get out of this place = The Animals

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  10. Captain Beefheart - "Abba Zaba"

    The Standells - "Dirty Water"

    The Yardbirds – “Train Kept A Rollin’”

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  11. Downtown - Pet
    Look of Love - Dusty

    fur me!

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  12. The in crowd / Dobie Gray

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  13. Floyd night on BBC4

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  14. Awricht, which one of you is András Deáki on Facebook.
    Is it you Gaie? I know you can do the accents.

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    1. I'm quite versatile, it's true ☺ but I haven't gone from ♀ to ♂ overnight. Peut-ètre ç'est Christophe ♫

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  15. quite a few chalked up for the not blog the nicht.

    andras deaki is either SG or thing_FISH

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  16. Is Mondays fishal theme no the very same as what DC and Norrie came up wi on this very NTGIOB earlier this week, or have a just hid too much djerink?

    Beebs 'music you've recently discovered or been introduced to'

    Oors 'artists you may have missed'

    Al.

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    1. I think it is...The War On Drugs...they're good. My latest best band for 7 quid...Black Diamond Express...really good...might've been the rum punch though...hic! BTW...BBC4 Toots And The Maytals bio is good...on now.

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  17. Watchin it Julie, been hoppin between that and Jools, was wantin' to see Jimmy Cliff but he's been on now, BBC4s been good the night.

    Al.

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