Wednesday, 26 June 2013

All the single ladies.....

yes! post your songs of not being able to get/hold on to* a woman/man*

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    Whatever, we can still mourn the

    Death of a Single Man


    What women say - "We have to compromise."

    What women mean - "You have to compromise."

    This being so, I resolve to stay

    Safe, Sane and Single

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  2. What a great theme...to compensate for not having a partner to shower with compliments/insults in song last week, now they want me to tell the listenership about how wonderful it is to be single. HURRAH! Oh look! Just switched TV channel and I can watch a programme called 'Why Am I Still Single?' Hope The Daughter hid all the sharp objects before she went off on her hols...sigh! Jx p.s. never fear folks...I'll think of something for them not to play...and at least I'm not all bitter and twisted like the birthday boy (much).

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      Bitter? Twisted?? Moi???


      Like everyone else, my opinions are formed by my previous experience.


      So yeah, bitter and twisted sounds about right!

                  >8-D


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    2. Silver divorce, lonely pensioners who gives a hoot. Gie yersel a shake an' join a bowling club!

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    3. Your life expectancy in a bowling club is six months. Their flags are permanently at half mast.

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      "Gie yersel a shake..."



      No comment.




      "Their flags are permanently at half mast."


      At my cousin's husband's funeral, (in Kirkcaldy; the Duchess couldn't make it), a Methilhill Bowling Club flag was draped over his coffin.

      A young lady from Fife, when told I had cousins resident in the Kingdom, exclaimed "Methilhill? That's the Fifiest place in Fife!"

      I bow to her superior knowledge.


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    5. Nominations, please for the Clackmannanshiriest place in Clackmannanshire

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    6. Alloa and Sauchie declared joint winners.


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    7. What's Billy's take on this, Dollar maybe?

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    8. That's right ignore Tullibody as usual

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    9. Is Thursday night still the traditional singles of a certain age night out in Edinburgh?

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    10. I was trying to avoid that expression...

      Did the Git on tonight then?

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    11. You know what I mean.

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    12. i once knew someone from tillicoutry,not that i'm boasting mind. i would rather have gone out for a pint with the recorder of hansard.

      coeplwire.m/jose-mourinho-enters-big-brother-house/

      cheers frae the dale

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  3. two places i have never been to.....am i missing out?

    http://eplwire.com/joey-bartons-influence-in-the-white-house/


    cheers frae the dale

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    1. You sure its not Herr Bartlett http://youtu.be/GGkB_3QRW2A

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  5. Surely the question should have been:
    What's the most Clackmannanshirest place in Clackmannanshire?

    The answer is clearly Clackmannan!

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    1. Fishcross is a fairly close second.

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    2. Where Alva you been hiding?

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