Friday, 28 June 2013

It takes two baby

Yes those great pop partnerships....

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    1. Apart from The Eurythmics ☺

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    2. Of course. Sometimes I worry about myself.

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    3. Billy, where Alva you been hiding?

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    4. Embra (not Glenochil honest)

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  2. My shout is Chanson D'Amour Fran & Anna

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  3. Adam from Rio(t)28 June 2013 at 15:01

    Nearly 200 quid a ticket for Black Sabbath at the Sambadrome in October!!!
    Never mind the bus fares this is what the people of Brazil should be on the streets protesting about!

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      Well, that and next week's themes.


      To be fair, Ah've seen worser.

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    2. I saw them in 1970 for about five bob. An audience member who expressed his opinion that they rubbish was told by Ozzie that he was a ****. How we laughed.

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    3. Billy Swan shoo in for Monday.

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  5. Surprised at the BBC allowing Wednesday's theme.

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      Pass the Dutchie - Musical Yoof



      Pass the Bucket - Scotch Git

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  6. MadMac...what happened to your FB post I was going to 'like'...it no longer exists, and I doubt you'd have deleted it yourself! Jx

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    1. Dunno Julie but I'm easily confused as we all know.

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  7. Peters and Lee????
    And I'm no talking about an England forward pairing o the 70s.

    Are we still going out on DC's yacht in July? Paolo is weel acquainted with the servers at Anster chippie so we're set for single white puddings on the side.

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    1. You're chartering my boat????

      Just mind I hae a busy July what wi graduations / weddings etc

      I might manage a fish supper though

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    2. Single White Puddin? Is that no the name o a film?
      When you over Adam?

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  8. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uUApB9Qinwc

    Jx

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      Jam Tarts no more...

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  9. Mick's voice beginning to go and where was Bill?

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    1. I haven't seen Brian for a while either.

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  10. read all about it........

    fast accurate up to date footie news.............

    http://eplwire.com/pelligrini-introduces-chaos-theory-to-the-etihad-stadium/

    cheers frae the dale

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    1. How can you complain about Jamie when you refer to people as "in-breed poster boys"?

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    2. ahno........a word needs to be had with the editor..i haven't a clue what that phrase means either..........it just seems so big brother generation language...i can't fathom it.......

      however i did receive an apology.....i wasn't even complaining nor offended but i signed a gagging order

      cheers frae the dale

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      From Santiago? Perhaps he will be so kind as to introduce me to Maria José de Pablo Fernández!


      >8-D

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  11. Norrie, how was the Bowie exhibition?

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  12. A pile of mince? Was that not maybe an installation? Did you get all mixed up again Norrie? Did you go to Tate Modern by mistake? Jx

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  13. No, that can't be right - the Tate Modern has the Lichtenstein exhibition, which is really great - even it is obvious that the work is heavily 'influenced' by American comic mags.

    I haven't been to the V&A but have suspected it was a hyped publicity stunt to coincide with a new album. What a coincience.

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  14. I've an original from the tate liverpool hanging on the wall behind me.............two circles just touching.....there was a big pile of them......so i rolled one up brought it home and got it framed....its really quite cool

    cheers frae the dale

    http://eplwire.com/penguin-obsessed-wenger-vows-to-fight-on/

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  15. Verry funny.

    The real Norrie thoroughly enjoyed the exhibition.

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