Discussion in 'Off-Topic Chat' started by Di, Mar 5, 2006.
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Have fun. :biggrin:
''I said I wanted to play some Philip Sparke not with some 'flippin' shark!' ''
Can anyone smell fish?
The Army brings a whole new meaning to the term "fly fishing".
Like Lassie, Skippy and Flipper before him. Jaws found it hard with the sound of the helecopter, to tell Brian that Nemo was in trouble.
The Royal Navy's Airborne Performance Division impressed the Entertainment Contest adjudicator with their performance of Bach's Prelude in Sea Shark Minor
Cutbacks in the airborne services gives threat of lone (loan) sharks!
" I said, it's by J R Hartley, it is rather old"
The brass groups offer to take the woodwind and string sections out for a spot of fishing turned out not to be what they had been expecting.
Well here we are live at the Brass Band deep sea diving contest.
The Results just been given out:
3rd with 190 points Jaws The Mighty
"O no its all Cracked off here
is that one of the adjudicators making a quick get away as the results are given out and been chased by one of the competitors.
Never seen anything like this before in all my years comentating at this event, i think this will be on question of sports
What Happened Next.":biggrin:
Jaws about to enjoy some SEAL for lunch!
Off-topic for a moment: I know I'm getting old and my eye's sometimes deceive me, but can anyone else see the face of a child directly above the sharks head?
Not going to beat 2md's, as usual!
"Prince Charles criticised for excessive spending on big-game fishing trip"
Only other one I can think of involves a very dodgy play on the word "chopper" and would probably get moderated.......
Now that you come to mention it.....
Bob quickly realised that Shark dentistry wasn't the career for him
(Roger...yes I can too...)
This rookie is desperate to work his way up the promotion ladder!
That's the "Lynx" effect.
Bert was less than impressed when his mates on the chopper decided to pull the old "inflatable shark leaping out of the water at him" gag.
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