The shit that doesn't merit its own thread (the resurrection)


#10088

27/1


#10089

You’ll be alright for Mexican rice this week then :+1:


#10090

Indeed,i’ve vowed i won’t let the winnings change me.
I’ll still buy my rice in the co-op


#10091

That’s rather the point, it shouldn’t need to go in front of a judge. It should be turned on it’s head such that if rapist is seeking involvement, then the rapist’s case should go in front of a judge. This could have some use when it comes to both parents being underage (statutory rape).

if this were affecting men, I suspect the law would have been changed decades ago.


#10092

I realise that being cooped up in a sub must be stressful but I’m still surprised at mixed-gender punch-ups

Does it happen a lot @BobC and are the navy likely to laugh it off as ‘all part of the rough-and-tumble of onboard life’ ?

VB


#10093

This is probably nearer the truth.


#10094

Fictional map of Britain


#10095

I live near Mugsborough


#10096

It seems that Funzie is in Giant Country. Only indicated by an arrow.

We must fight for full Funzie mapping status.


#10097

Deep in Midsomer here.


#10098

Murder capital of Britain (apart from nearby Morse’s Oxford)


#10099

I don’t imagine Huntercombe feels very fictional if you happen to be banged up there

I drive past every so often. I’d think twice about picking up a hitch-hiker.

VB


#10100

I’m near Chigley in Trumptonshire :ok_hand:


#10101

I wonder if the place name featured in literature before the prison opened.

There are a few things in the area named Huntercombe but it seems no actual village


#10102

Some of the filming has been done in our village. The reoccurring Vets is set in my neighbour’s gaff.


#10103

I live about a mile from Tarrant.


#10104

Read with this in mind.


#10105

Oops


#10106

:grinning:


#10107

Oops :grin: