Discussion in 'Off-Topic Chat' started by dyl, Sep 5, 2006.
Let battle commence!
Prize: free membership of tMP. Oh.........hold on.................. :redface:
Tough one this month Dyl.
Here goes anyway...
"What makes you think I love my Cello more than my wife?"
I'm stringin' in the rain, just stringin in the rain. :redface:
...."I've got to keep it dry or it won't burn properly....."
Colin went on to write a very strongly worded letter to the bus company complaining about how fast and how close to the kerb that their staff drove.
They found Agnes at the next stop.
The result of trying to do bass-jumping on a budget!
"Brian thought it best to keep his instrument dry. At the same time, he used the umbrella for his Cello."
Julian Lloyd Webber gets a bit over protective
Proof that artists and musicians have something in common!
Cello! Dolly, Well Cello! Dolly,
It's so nice to have you back where you belong
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Not quite what Archie had in mind when he said his perfect date have a figure just *holds hands with palms facing each other, moves in a down wards motion, varying width between hands*
Bad Case Of Lovin' You
start fake cockney accent:
Gor Blimey Mary Poppins, how did you fit this in your bag?
And in similar style......
Cello,....... Is it me you're looking for.......
He didn't mind her fascination with movie memorabilia, and he had to confess that the collection of hollywood stuff she'd managed to collect was nothing short of spectacular, but standing in the rain trying to keep her newly acquired cardboard cut out of ET dry was getting to be just a bit much.
Concerned about the strange shaped parcel he had found abandoned on the sidewalk of the streets of Gotham City by a strange passer-by in a hooded cloak, Comissioner Gordon hastily raised his portable "Bat-Signal".
Something was going to have to be done about the FBI's coded measage system , because this was clearly not what they meant by having to orchestrate the perfect undercover job.
"Stand outside the stage door and, watching carefully to your left for the conductors signal, drop the open (Black) umbrella onto an empty cello case"
(Erratum: accidentally missed out from Bar 377.5 of early copies of the percussionist 5 part for Wilby's "Vienna Nights".)
Man: "I knew I shouldn't have swapped my dog for a cello, at least my dog knew when to stop scratching!"
On the subject of scratching and cellos, there's probably some way of modifying the famous Thomas Beecham quote to include the cello getting wet, but I'm not sure it would get past the mods.
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