Bob Sherunkle tea discussion!!!

Discussion in 'Off-Topic Chat' started by Bob Sherunkle, Feb 3, 2004.

  1. Bob Sherunkle

    Bob Sherunkle Active Member

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    Hi, Bob here.

    I just wanted you all to know that I've just had a luverly cup of Rosie Lee.

    Smashing it was.

    B.S.

    Moved to Random - if anyone wants to discuss Bob's tea, they can continue the debate here! Mod.

    ... and I ammended the title cos it aint an announcement... tMM
     
  2. lynchie

    lynchie Active Member

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    shocking... blatant caffiene abuse, posted on the internet...
     
  3. yorkie19

    yorkie19 Active Member

    Which type of tea was it?
     
  4. James McFadyen

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    I hope u don't mind if I stick to Tetley! :wink:
     
  5. lynchie

    lynchie Active Member

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    not a problem james, but i wouldn't use superglue...
     
  6. bruceg

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    All this talk of tea has put me in the mood for a lovely cup of Twinings Assam - my fave!
     
  7. Toby

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    Or Barry's tea after half an hours stewing on the Aga. :bounce
     
  8. WhatSharp?

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    GOT to be a cup of finest Yorkshire brewed by Tea Boy extrodinare HommicidalBennyBoy.

    Luverly..
     
  9. Dave Payn

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    I don't see anyone who's sworn at any caffeine on here. Not even at any blatant caffeine! Disgraceful accusation, lynchie!

    ;-)
     
  10. Bob Sherunkle

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    It were none of that poncy tea.

    I'm 82 you know!
     
  11. Dave Payn

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    With a name like Bob Sherunkle, can we assume you hail from Norfolk-in-Chance?
     
  12. bigmamabadger

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    Nah. Must be Welsh. He's from Llareggub.
    BMB
    xx
     
  13. MoominDave

    MoominDave Well-Known Member

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    Or Llamedos.
     
  14. HBB

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    And it's now only once a week! :D :!:
     
  15. T-Horn

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    I'm a Typhoo man myself :p
     
  16. bruceg

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    Why not start another thread and tell us about some of your medical ailments Bob? At 82 you can't be short of a few good stories... ;)
     
  17. our ada

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    Well, Bob, you know you're always welcome to pop round to see me and Uncle Eric. We could share a pot of earl grey together, you, me, Eric and that nice Mr Bennett - we're one short of course, now that our Thora's no longer with us. You can bring your own biscuits if you like - I know you can be a bit fussy about that sort of thing.
     
  18. jameshowell

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    All three of you... with biscuits as well :wow

    You should be careful, don't know where the crumbs might end up :dunno
     
  19. lynchie

    lynchie Active Member

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    i can imagine the "best biscuit" debate running into the early hours...
     
  20. Bob Sherunkle

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    Oh Ada,I thought you'd never ask. perhaps we could wait until Uncle Eric is down the clinic with his feet. Please don't invite Mr Bennett as he's always trying to flog me Thora's old stairlift that plays Onward Christian Soldiers.

    I've been having terrible trouble with my bowels lately so have started using them laxative tea bags you can get in the joke shop in Bethnal Green Road. I'll bring a few with me.

    James. You are definitely not invited after your ungrateful whining on the Mderator/Nazis thread yesterday. I have had a chat with my Pearly connections at Travelsphere (the Baker boys) in case you pay them a visit.

    Must go, bowels are rumbling

    Bob
     
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