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#4496328 - 11/07/19 12:28 PM Re: The Barmy OFFers Club: Have you what it takes to be one of the daft, the touched, the Barmy? [Re: RAF_Louvert]  
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Am I too late? I've brought refreshments biggrin

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#4496329 - 11/07/19 12:29 PM Re: The Barmy OFFers Club: Have you what it takes to be one of the daft, the touched, the Barmy? [Re: RAF_Louvert]  
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Catch, got the £10 note and I put everything back the way I found it. It was tricky to get the keys that deep into Lou’s boot with his leg still inside. I was on my way, passing the bordello when the girls came out on their way to ... erm ... to the church! Yes, that’s where they were going. They’ve asked if I wanted to attend the morning prayers with them. They were already on their knees. I had no choice. You will have to find another £10. I gave it away to charity. They were collecting it for the badger sanctuary. It is such a worthy cause. I hope you don’t mind.
- Girls! Wait for me!


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The connecting rod out of my brain, my brain,
From out of my arse take the camshaft,
And assemble the engine again."
#4496342 - 11/07/19 03:00 PM Re: The Barmy OFFers Club: Have you what it takes to be one of the daft, the touched, the Barmy? [Re: RAF_Louvert]  
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A badger sanctuary, what a worthy cause. I'd donate to it myself if it weren't for the fact that someone has gotten into my safe and lifted the money I had in there, along with all my other valuables. Now I have to fill out an insurance claim - again. Let's see, there was 50 quid, no wait, 100 quid; my Gruen watch, or rather my Rolex, yes, it was a Rolex; and of course my 200 first issue shares in Ford Motor Company. Oh, and my mint condition 1911 Ty Cobb card. I think that was everything, but I better have another cuppa' and ponder on it a bit longer, don't want to forget something and shortchange myself.

And AM88, if you've brought refreshments you're never too late.

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#4496362 - 11/07/19 05:10 PM Re: The Barmy OFFers Club: Have you what it takes to be one of the daft, the touched, the Barmy? [Re: RAF_Louvert]  
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Wasn't there a painting in there as well Lou?

Some woman with a funny smile.
Her teeth followed you round the room or something.

I may be misrememberermbering

Pass the Glenmorange old chap.

#4496363 - 11/07/19 05:28 PM Re: The Barmy OFFers Club: Have you what it takes to be one of the daft, the touched, the Barmy? [Re: RAF_Louvert]  
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Oh yeah, paintings. I had a couple of Picassos and a Van Gogh in there now that I recall. Thanks for reminding me Maeran, would hate to have forgotten about those. As to that woman with the strange smile and following teeth, I think she's involved with the badger sanctuary.

Barkeep! A Glenmorangie 18 for our stout fellow with the good, yet spotty memory.

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#4496423 - 11/08/19 02:30 AM Re: The Barmy OFFers Club: Have you what it takes to be one of the daft, the touched, the Barmy? [Re: Fullofit]  
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Catch, got the £10 note and I put everything back the way I found it. It was tricky to get the keys that deep into Lou’s boot with his leg still inside. I was on my way, passing the bordello when the girls came out on their way to ... erm ... to the church! Yes, that’s where they were going. They’ve asked if I wanted to attend the morning prayers with them. They were already on their knees. I had no choice. You will have to find another £10. I gave it away to charity. They were collecting it for the badger sanctuary. It is such a worthy cause. I hope you don’t mind.
- Girls! Wait for me!


What! You spent Lou's my 10 quid on some sordid Freudian sexual perversion fantasy! This is not a Wagnerian opera Fullofit. This is real life. Here, take this battered, stinkin' expired badger and wrap it in Lou's ceremonial robe. He likes badgers. It's a thing I guess?

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#4496424 - 11/08/19 02:38 AM Re: The Barmy OFFers Club: Have you what it takes to be one of the daft, the touched, the Barmy? [Re: RAF_Louvert]  
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Catch, did you want me to put the barrister’s wig on the “pretending-to-be-dead” badger too? Please don’t sing. You’re making the badger twitch. I know which girl you’re talking about. She won’t do a thing without the said badger. Now you understand why Lou likes them.


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The connecting rod out of my brain, my brain,
From out of my arse take the camshaft,
And assemble the engine again."
#4496430 - 11/08/19 05:52 AM Re: The Barmy OFFers Club: Have you what it takes to be one of the daft, the touched, the Barmy? [Re: RAF_Louvert]  
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If I could get my 6 year old Nephew to sign "Picasso" to his paintings I'd be a billionaire. Imagine how safe we'd be from badgers in the badger sanctuary with a billion dollar budget. I could be up to my ears in Veuve Cliquot and Caviar safe and still have some left over for monocle polish.


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#4496509 - 11/08/19 04:13 PM Re: The Barmy OFFers Club: Have you what it takes to be one of the daft, the touched, the Barmy? [Re: RAF_Louvert]  
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I hear the Sqn down the road has a couple picasso's. Perchance the badger could be sent to acquire them? Wearing the barristers wig, of course.

#4496528 - 11/08/19 05:18 PM Re: The Barmy OFFers Club: Have you what it takes to be one of the daft, the touched, the Barmy? [Re: RAF_Louvert]  
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"I say, have you any Picassos about? But before you answer I must warn you, I anger easily and I may go all badger on your arse if I don't get what I want."

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#4496538 - 11/08/19 05:59 PM Re: The Barmy OFFers Club: Have you what it takes to be one of the daft, the touched, the Barmy? [Re: RAF_Louvert]  
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Here we go again! Who put the Tasmanian Devil in the badger pen? Don’t you know Lou gets confused easily? Now no one’s going to take him seriously. Say goodbye to your Picassos with an enforcer like that. Maybe if we get him drunk enough? No, not Lou - he’s had enough already. I’m talking about the Devil. We can make people out of him yet.


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The connecting rod out of my brain, my brain,
From out of my arse take the camshaft,
And assemble the engine again."
#4496549 - 11/08/19 06:40 PM Re: The Barmy OFFers Club: Have you what it takes to be one of the daft, the touched, the Barmy? [Re: RAF_Louvert]  
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I say, bit of a cock up on Patrol today, We were playing Hide and Seek with the Huns at 10000 amid clouds. and it reminded me of the Childhood game, I couldn't see a thing so yelled the safe word so they would come out of hiding, ( " Olly, Olly, Oxen ,Free." ) I got the word later on direct from a clerk at HQ that it started with a newly married Dock owner in Brighton who wanted to get Home to his New Bride so he put up a Sign, It read : " All the early Boats get in Free ",and over the years it was corrupted. Not that it mattered no one came out of the clouds anyway,

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#4496553 - 11/08/19 07:12 PM Re: The Barmy OFFers Club: Have you what it takes to be one of the daft, the touched, the Barmy? [Re: RAF_Louvert]  
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They must have known you had your fingers crossed when you cried "pax" Carrick.

Did we ever have badgers in the badger pen? I'm beginning to wonder. The stripes just rubbed off this one!

Now chaps; my funds are a little low. However I do have several Picassos I am prepared to part with.

They are from the phase when he signed his work "Adam age 7 1/4" any takers?

#4496560 - 11/08/19 07:54 PM Re: The Barmy OFFers Club: Have you what it takes to be one of the daft, the touched, the Barmy? [Re: RAF_Louvert]  
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Maeran and Fullofit, the reason this particular badger has no stripes is because it is in fact a honey badger. I believe it was Dej who brought back a pair of the little beasties on one of his visits to India a number of years ago. Once here they promptly escaped the pen he had constructed for them behind the mess and have since taken over the local countryside, driving the indigenous striped badgers to other, less hostile ranges. Maeran, to that artwork you mention, I'll send our wigged badger, (honey), over to pick it up.

Carrick, so wait, are you saying all those planes are still in the clouds? Have they entered an inter-dimensional zone of some sort? Inquiring, and slightly inebriated minds want to know.

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#4496589 - 11/09/19 12:51 AM Re: The Barmy OFFers Club: Have you what it takes to be one of the daft, the touched, the Barmy? [Re: RAF_Louvert]  
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All I am saying is that there were clouds



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#4496591 - 11/09/19 01:19 AM Re: The Barmy OFFers Club: Have you what it takes to be one of the daft, the touched, the Barmy? [Re: RAF_Louvert]  
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You are traveling through another dimension, a dimension not only of sight and sound but of mind. A journey into a wondrous land of imagination. Next stop, the B.O.C. Zone!

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#4496777 - 11/10/19 05:21 PM Re: The Barmy OFFers Club: Have you what it takes to be one of the daft, the touched, the Barmy? [Re: RAF_Louvert]  
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lol good one

#4496930 - 11/12/19 03:23 AM Re: The Barmy OFFers Club: Have you what it takes to be one of the daft, the touched, the Barmy? [Re: RAF_Louvert]  
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Originally Posted by RAF_Louvert
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"I say, have you any Picassos about? But before you answer I must warn you, I anger easily and I may go all badger on your arse if I don't get what I want."

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GAH! eek "Jenkins quick my Webley Mk VI." This one's got an eerily familiar and similarly ill-fitting wig on it. Astonishing likeness!

#4496986 - 11/12/19 07:44 PM Re: The Barmy OFFers Club: Have you what it takes to be one of the daft, the touched, the Barmy? [Re: RAF_Louvert]  
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mmmmmmmmmmmm, Foxy Woman !

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#4504190 - 01/18/20 07:36 PM Re: The Barmy OFFers Club: Have you what it takes to be one of the daft, the touched, the Barmy? [Re: RAF_Louvert]  
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I'm back, in from the cold! Rounds for everyone!

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