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2nd man down
07.01.2005, 12:41
Following the Payn-meisters way of thinking...


Thora! :-D

WhatSharp?
07.01.2005, 12:42
of cows

2nd man down
07.01.2005, 12:49
...about the Englishman, Scotsman and Irishman...?

Lil Miss
07.01.2005, 13:11
i don't get it??

BigHorn
07.01.2005, 13:26
A non-bald Liverpudlian

WhatSharp?
07.01.2005, 14:01
..a rumour about..

Big Twigge
07.01.2005, 14:17
www.dairyherd.com (http://www.dairyherd.com) an informative herd related website... ( ok it's friday & I'm bored!)

Dave Payn
07.01.2005, 14:47
Shep

PeterBale
07.01.2005, 14:56
Lonely goat ;) :shock: :D

Bariman
07.01.2005, 15:00
Little children ...

drummergurl
07.01.2005, 16:27
stampeding rhinocerouses (rhinoceri????)

yonhee
07.01.2005, 22:10
I dont get this um...My litl bro an his annoying frends

Craigsav83
07.01.2005, 22:30
This is well random.... a herd of rhinoceri (or wotever!?!) is called a crash I believe...

drummergurl
07.01.2005, 22:37
This is well random.... a herd of rhinoceri (or wotever!?!) is called a crash I believe...

oooooooo mr cleverclogs... wheres that nerd thread...???

Di
07.01.2005, 22:50
....sensible horn players?.... na

Craigsav83
07.01.2005, 22:51
dont u dare......:shock:

Some others...(i think?!?)

An unkindness of ravens,
A cast of falcons,
A murder of crows.

yonhee
08.01.2005, 21:43
a peck of owls :D

PeterBale
09.01.2005, 07:54
a bias (or blindness) of referees

yonhee
09.01.2005, 12:40
a bias (or blindness) of referees
nice one :p

Craigsav83
09.01.2005, 13:48
a bias (or blindness) of referees
Hehe ;)

A dive of defenders?
A stumble of strikers?
A madness of midfielders?

HBB
09.01.2005, 13:49
a moaning of euph players

yonhee
09.01.2005, 16:05
a moaning of euph players
Thats not very nice!
Euph players dont moan!
I think it should be a conductor they complain

Bariman
10.01.2005, 12:47
A (four) pack of drunks?

Brian Kelly
11.01.2005, 21:31
A babbage of computer programmers?

MoominDave
16.01.2005, 12:41
a peck of owls :D
Thought it was a "parliament", but maybe its a regional variation thing

mikelyons
16.01.2005, 19:41
A bore of enthusiasts

A trump of tubists

A complaint of principal cornets

A thrutch of sopranos

Brian Kelly
18.01.2005, 22:50
A triumph of trombonists

Craigsav83
18.01.2005, 23:37
A triumph of trombonists
Hehe like that one :-D

A split of sopranos,
or a screech.....what would fit best I wonder.....;)

Lil Miss
25.01.2005, 01:22
i still don't get this thread...

Bariman
27.01.2005, 13:12
Think of any unusual and immaginative term for a collection (herd?) of something. The stranger and more "off the wall" the better.

How about a prayer of vicars?

A beat of percussionists?

A preen of principal cornet players?

Lil Miss
28.01.2005, 05:21
chaotic conductors???

Lil Miss
28.01.2005, 05:26
a hint of answers??

yonhee
28.01.2005, 18:19
Thought it was a "parliament", but maybe its a regional variation thing

:roll:
Havnt you read Harry Potter?!

Lil Miss
29.01.2005, 00:19
Am i doing the right thing??? check ^^ and ^^^

Curiosity_Kills
31.01.2005, 21:26
a Bore of B.O.C's ... ?

yonhee
05.02.2005, 13:19
a Bore of B.O.C's ... ?
lol

kiwiposaune
07.02.2005, 03:30
a chaos of cornets

a horde of horns

a belch of baritones

a tragedy of trombones

a eucharist of euphoniums

a bombast of basses

a perplexity of percussionists

a BOC of a conductor

an assininity of adjudicators

yonhee
10.02.2005, 21:04
a flop of flugals
(i dunno)

cornetgirl
10.02.2005, 21:07
Naaah, surely a fiesta of flugels!

Beaker's suggestion for a tw*t of trombones has been self-moderated for his safety... (we possess one very annoying one!)

Rach x

HBB
10.02.2005, 22:43
a huddle of horns

MoominDave
24.04.2005, 09:58
a glut of posts

HorniKaz
24.04.2005, 13:45
:clap: :clap: :clap:
a glut of posts:clap: :clap: :clap: