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Posted by 8bit Micro (# 10395) on :
 
Missed the end of the last thread but thought this was too much of a gem to ignore...

Sock-Puppet or Genuine... m.t-tomb

Depends whose sock-puppet he is I guess.

8.

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[ 25. October 2013, 09:00: Message edited by: Marvin the Martian ]
 
Posted by Superslug (# 7024) on :
 
Obnoxious Christians Unicycle

Amongst other things, like playing drums and handing out tracts, I suppose.
 
Posted by Papa Smurf (# 1654) on :
 
From the other thread that someone else started, and I Closed

quote:
Originally posted by Liturgyqueen:
Administrator changes bubblepack

Surely a mundane job for an admin? And don't forget somebody's grandmother donated that bubblepack.

quote:
Originally posted by Henry Troup
Calling all fuckwits Mad Geo

That would be just so confusing!

quote:
Originally posted by Cometchaser:
Calling all fuckwits cometchaser

hey now! only the really groovy fuckwits can be called cometchaser!

quote:
Originally posted by liturgyqueen:
Eagle Swings whack duchess

Well, what was she doing standing round in the playground?

quote:
Originally posted by mirrizin:
If I were GOd, I would _Feh

Yeah, it's just been one of those days...

quote:
Originally posted by liturgyqueen:
Arrested for handing professor kirke

Well, was it in a public place?

quote:
Originally posted by Zappa:
Ssshhh! Don't mention ... Ariel

I did once, but I think I got away with it.


 
Posted by Zappa (# 8433) on :
 
Ta, papa smurf!
 
Posted by Schroedinger's cat (# 64) on :
 
Silly names for Children (dyfrig)

Slightly unusual, at least outside Wales, but silly?
 
Posted by KenWritez (# 3238) on :
 
Silly Names for Children (ken)

It's the lowercase "k" that makes it silly. Otherwise a fine, fine name.
 
Posted by liturgyqueen (# 11596) on :
 
Jesus Walked Freddy

Except when Freddy sees only one set of footprints; then He carried him.

[ 12. September 2006, 19:12: Message edited by: liturgyqueen ]
 
Posted by monkeylizard (# 952) on :
 
Too rational for God? sanityman
 
Posted by liturgyqueen (# 11596) on :
 
Things you never want....monkeylizard

Surely depends on whether it's housetrained...?
 
Posted by Zappa (# 8433) on :
 
Silly Names for Children ... Grenadeofantioch

well yeah. But at least it's not spelt with three "j"s (or a lower case "k").

ETA: just imagine if the family name were Himelfarb-Hochmuton, or somesuch.

[ 12. September 2006, 22:37: Message edited by: Zappa ]
 
Posted by Grenadeofantioch (# 11818) on :
 
I'm dropping in.
And still slightly baffled by this board.
I'm sure i'll understand soon enough!
 
Posted by duchess (# 2764) on :
 
Where, oh where, should...(Nightlamp)
rest his weary head? He has traveled to and fro far... [Yipee]
 
Posted by KenWritez (# 3238) on :
 
Calling all fuckwits... (cometchaser)

Oh, come now! She's got some bizarro political opinions but that's hardly fuckwittery. I blame the lack of sunlight, meself.
 
Posted by cometchaser (# 10353) on :
 
it's the combination of fish and whiskey, doodles. [Razz]
 
Posted by liturgyqueen (# 11596) on :
 
Fucking Americans and their RooK

Whereas the Bishop is such a quintessentially English chesspiece.
 
Posted by liturgyqueen (# 11596) on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by liturgyqueen:
Fucking Americans and their RooK

Whereas the Bishop is such a quintessentially English chesspiece.

Fucking Americans and Timothy the Obscure

At the same time? Who was better?
 
Posted by Mousethief (# 953) on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by liturgyqueen:
Jesus Walked Freddy

Except when Freddy sees only one set of footprints; then He carried him.

[Killing me]
 
Posted by Papa Smurf (# 1654) on :
 
is anyone else desperately hoping that babybear posts on the "Jesus was a Yogi" thread ?
 
Posted by liturgyqueen (# 11596) on :
 
Sydney bishops and Gordon Cheng

They do get along swimmingly.
 
Posted by TrudyTrudy (I say unto you) (# 5647) on :
 
Young, Restless, Reformed ... Leprechaun

As good a summary as I've seen lately.
 
Posted by KenWritez (# 3238) on :
 
I'm off to University... (Custard.)

Is that like University Lemon Meringue Pie?
 
Posted by KenWritez (# 3238) on :
 
Africam - a live streaming... (Spiffy da WonderSheep)

Wonderful! Nature in action!
 
Posted by dolphy (# 862) on :
 
Young, restless, reformed...anteater

The mind boggles!
 
Posted by LatePaul (# 37) on :
 
What do I get with LatePaul?

Free breakfast cereal?
 
Posted by mirrizin (# 11014) on :
 
What is the appeal?...Amazing Grace

I always rather liked that hymn myself...though, come to think of it, I can't really explain why... [Confused]
 
Posted by Mamacita (# 3659) on :
 
Recipe Thread - The Cod

Deep-fried with chips, or steamed with vegetables?
 
Posted by liturgyqueen (# 11596) on :
 
Jesus Prayer, vain Mousethief

The conversation began in confession:

"Father, can you recommend a good ejaculatory prayer for a stunningly good-looking Orthodox Christian?"
 
Posted by Mousethief (# 953) on :
 
[Killing me]
 
Posted by dolphy (# 862) on :
 
I'm off to University...Not Too Bad

Just wait until the end of Freshers Week, then you will be feeling bad! [Two face]
 
Posted by dolphy (# 862) on :
 
One stop away from..Rugmaker

Just got to pass the knitting exam and then, Rugs R US !
 
Posted by duchess (# 2764) on :
 
The New, Improved,...(KenWritez)
Well, the old one did not levitate. The new, improved one does! Lights beam from his eyes...
 
Posted by liturgyqueen (# 11596) on :
 
Grandson of FLP (Famous...duchess)

Wonder how FLP feels about his grandson being a drag queen?
 
Posted by Zorro (# 9156) on :
 
Calling all fuckwits....Tubamirum

Hey now, you can't tar 'em all with the same brush!
 
Posted by KenWritez (# 3238) on :
 
That's never stopped any of us before! [Snigger]
 
Posted by liturgyqueen (# 11596) on :
 
The Original Ship of Calindreams

You mean he had one before us?
 
Posted by Barnabas62 (# 9110) on :
 
From Heaven

The new, improved Jengie Jon

Well, I quite liked the old one ...
 
Posted by Doublethink (# 1984) on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by liturgyqueen:
"Father, can you recommend a good ejaculatory prayer for a stunningly good-looking Orthodox Christian?"

I am very confused, you're not supposed to say: "Yes, yes, yes, YES, YES, YES, ... , you were wonderful darling, zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz" anymore ?
 
Posted by Doublethink (# 1984) on :
 
Calling all fuckwits Rook

Fun but risky ...
 
Posted by Wesley J (# 6075) on :
 
Africam - a live streaming... Tree Bee

Sounds promising!
 
Posted by Schroedinger's cat (# 64) on :
 
Fucking Americans and (OliviaG)

Lucky old OliviaG
 
Posted by Wesley J (# 6075) on :
 
Things you never want... Brains

[Paranoid] [Killing me]
 
Posted by Smudgie (# 2716) on :
 
Africam - a live streaming... Pânts

I don't even want to think about this one! [Ultra confused]
 
Posted by 8bit Micro (# 10395) on :
 
Satanic Bands (Duck)

Yup, watch out for those lightening bolts raining down from heaven.

8.
 
Posted by 8bit Micro (# 10395) on :
 
What do I get with... Matt Black

If you need to ask that question that you really can't handle having one.

8.
 
Posted by Smudgie (# 2716) on :
 
What do I get with......ken

er.. Barbie?
 
Posted by dolphy (# 862) on :
 
What is the appeal...Lamb Chopped

Cawl, hotpot, cold lamb sarnies, stir fry, not forgetting mint sauce.. the list is endless [Snigger]
 
Posted by mirrizin (# 11014) on :
 
the secrets of the...mirrizin

[Snigger]

[ 16. September 2006, 05:06: Message edited by: mirrizin ]
 
Posted by mirrizin (# 11014) on :
 
I'll take my kids on Balaam

FREE DONKEY RIDES! YAAAAAAAY! [Yipee]
 
Posted by Zappa (# 8433) on :
 
I'll take my kids on ... Laura But only if she agrees, and they won't get an icecream if they don't say "thank you" afterwards.
 
Posted by liturgyqueen (# 11596) on :
 
It is something we Moo

We do not wish to dignify it by chanting it.
 
Posted by rugasaw (# 7315) on :
 
Where am I? ... Mousethief
If your ever unsure of anything such as your current location just ask Mousethief the all knowing.
 
Posted by Divine Outlaw Dwarf (# 2252) on :
 
The position of the ... GoodCatholicLad.
 
Posted by liturgyqueen (# 11596) on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by Wesley J:
Things you never want... Brains

[Paranoid] [Killing me]

I would really have enjoyed "Things you never want...Pants".
 
Posted by Mousethief (# 953) on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by rugasaw:
Where am I? ... Mousethief
If your ever unsure of anything such as your current location just ask Mousethief the all knowing.

My momma didn't raise me to be no satellite navigation system.
 
Posted by mirrizin (# 11014) on :
 
The Green Blade Riseth...Lamb Chopped

With sheep like these, who needs a lawnmower!
 
Posted by Lyda*Rose (# 4544) on :
 
Never sleep on a fairy...Ariel

I'm sure Prospero would agree.
 
Posted by Barnabas62 (# 9110) on :
 
The Children of Men ..Not too Bad

I'm surprised there has been no Calvinist backlash...
 
Posted by liturgyqueen (# 11596) on :
 
Crappy Choruses and Gay Organ Grinder

Obviously a Staggers liturgy.
 
Posted by Wesley J (# 6075) on :
 
Africam - a live streaming... Dormouse

I can actually see / a deer with a bird up its knee. But no dormouse right now, I'm afraid.
 
Posted by Wesley J (# 6075) on :
 
Thank you Telepath

Though I guess you already knew that. [Cool]
 
Posted by Barnabas62 (# 9110) on :
 
The New, Improved ...babybear

.. place your offers on ebay ....
 
Posted by liturgyqueen (# 11596) on :
 
Romans 8:29-30 (Mousethief)

The Mousethief Translation being, of course, lesser known but vastly superior to the Authorised Version.
 
Posted by Wesley J (# 6075) on :
 
Pius V and the prayerbook Choirboy

I don't think I wanna know really, thank you. [Roll Eyes]
 
Posted by Teufelchen (# 10158) on :
 
Queer Eye for the Straight liturgyqueen

As soon as we find one, of course. [Biased]

T.
 
Posted by Barnabas62 (# 9110) on :
 
How to classify my ken

Unique??
 
Posted by Lyda*Rose (# 4544) on :
 
Calling centurian to...Moo

Those Roman legions had some odd customs.
 
Posted by Henry Troup (# 3722) on :
 
The CofE in the last ACOL-ite

Oh, it's not that badly off yet, is it?
 
Posted by Wesley J (# 6075) on :
 
We know it's a Sacrament,... Mudfrog

Must be a low-church one.
 
Posted by Wesley J (# 6075) on :
 
Shipmates Expecting... Amy the Undecided

... may be waiting in vain.
 
Posted by dolphy (# 862) on :
 
Never sleep on a fairy... ChastMastr

[Killing me]
 
Posted by Mousethief (# 953) on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by Teufelchen:
Queer Eye for the Straight liturgyqueen

As soon as we find one, of course. [Biased]

T.

[Killing me]
 
Posted by KenWritez (# 3238) on :
 
I'll take my kids on... (CrookedCucumber)

The thrill ride of a lifetime! Chills! Spills!
 
Posted by liturgyqueen (# 11596) on :
 
WTF is the point of cometchaser

Now, now.
 
Posted by Nanny Ogg (# 1176) on :
 
Arrested for handling...Littlelady

The mind boggles [Eek!]
 
Posted by cometchaser (# 10353) on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by liturgyqueen:
WTF is the point of cometchaser

Now, now.

hey, it's a good question, some days! I think this week,the answer is, schlepping boxes....
 
Posted by Duo Seraphim (# 256) on :
 
WTF is the point of ...RooK.

Really - how rude! RooK has many points. Some are pointier than others.
 
Posted by mirrizin (# 11014) on :
 
WTF is the point of Duo Seraphim

To settle our legal disputes, of course... [Snigger]
 
Posted by Timothy the Obscure (# 292) on :
 
WTF is the point of...Mousethief

Doesn't he, like, read stuff in church or something?
 
Posted by Pure as the Driven Yellow Snow (# 9397) on :
 
Unicycle, Curious Buddhist,... (Pure as the Driven Yellow Snow)
[Votive]
 
Posted by cometchaser (# 10353) on :
 
ooooo... ironic.
 
Posted by dolphy (# 862) on :
 
Names for your children...The Ignorant and the Foolish

Yup, that would work with twins.
 
Posted by Wesley J (# 6075) on :
 
The background of Calvinism (Father Gregory)

Pulling the strings? Or the reason for Calvin's reformation? [Biased]
 
Posted by KenWritez (# 3238) on :
 
Never sleep on a fairy... (RuthW)

You just can't get the sheets to fit!

(This is the only response I could come up with that didn't risk the PM or email equivalent of RuthW throwing her shoe at me. [Eek!] )
 
Posted by KenWritez (# 3238) on :
 
WTF is the point of... (cometchaser)

Because *someone's* got to live in Alaska, why not her?

As a breeder of future cometchasers?

Because the existence of any red-haired woman is never wasted?
 
Posted by quirky_beth (# 5696) on :
 
Silly names for children....Rat

i don't know, I know some children that the name Rat would be very appropriate for!
 
Posted by quirky_beth (# 5696) on :
 
i'm not sure i got the above one right, so I'm going to try again...

Crappy Choruses and...(Divine Outlaw thief)

perils to the church!
 
Posted by Joan Rasch (# 49) on :
 
Are you celebrated..Timothy the Obscure
[Confused]
 
Posted by LynnMagdalenCollege (# 10651) on :
 
Too old to be a serious Sister Mary Precious
yeah!
 
Posted by cometchaser (# 10353) on :
 
Say it ain't so!!!

quote:
Memorial for Deceased...
Spiffy da WonderSheep

[Waterworks]
 
Posted by Spiffy da WonderSheep (# 5267) on :
 
The reports of my death have been greatly exagerrated.

I'm only mostly dead.

[Dangit, CC, I was down here to put this on the thread meself!]

[ 20. September 2006, 20:31: Message edited by: Spiffy da WonderSheep ]
 
Posted by cometchaser (# 10353) on :
 
I'm just glad you're still with us! [Big Grin]

and always happy to get here first! [Razz]
 
Posted by Henry Troup (# 3722) on :
 
I'll take my kids on Autenrieth Road

but only if they fasten their seatbelts.
 
Posted by quirky_beth (# 5696) on :
 
I do not like fried...(cometchaser)

I much prefer scrambled!
 
Posted by Dee. (# 5681) on :
 
WTF is the point of Cometchaser

Hey, I'm sure cometchaser has a point!
 
Posted by KenWritez (# 3238) on :
 
Have you tried patting the top of her head? [Killing me]

Sadly, I have no point.
 
Posted by cometchaser (# 10353) on :
 
[Paranoid]
 
Posted by KenWritez (# 3238) on :
 
Pyx_e's on holiday. I have to fill in as best I can.
 
Posted by Mamacita (# 3659) on :
 
Memorial for deceased. . . Choirboy
A sung requiem, no doubt.
 
Posted by Lyda*Rose (# 4544) on :
 
Insults...Lyda*Rose

Okay, who made that crack?!
 
Posted by Wesley J (# 6075) on :
 
"I smack and I'm... Matt Black'

Smackers Anonymous
 
Posted by KenWritez (# 3238) on :
 
Is their a basis for... (Catrine)

Only if you assume conditions allowing for the existence of Catrine can exist.
 
Posted by Birdseye (# 5280) on :
 
Helping a toddler to Moo...

Is assistance necessary ?-in my experience the little tykes are already pretty good at farmyard noises.
 
Posted by Lookin (# 10855) on :
 
I smack and I'm ... Karl: Liberal Backslider

just made me smile. cant think of some quip to go along ...
 
Posted by dolphy (# 862) on :
 
Fucking Americans and...Amy the Undecided.

She still yearning after the Canadians?
 
Posted by Henry Troup (# 3722) on :
 
Guidebooks for Servers...... (leo)

I need the gemini version, please.
 
Posted by Matrix (# 3452) on :
 
I smack and I'm ...
Pants

As i was saying...

M
 
Posted by Goodric (# 8001) on :
 
Fucking Americans and Matins

One can war the other can bore...
 
Posted by dolphy (# 862) on :
 
Today I consign to...Ariel

Never, I'm not giving up Persil [Razz]
 
Posted by TrudyTrudy (I say unto you) (# 5647) on :
 
I smack and I'm hatless

Just haven't got a thing going for you, have you?
 
Posted by Doublethink (# 1984) on :
 
Fucking Americans and A Feminine Force

Two male rednecks in American threesome suprised by female ejaculation ..

[ 24. September 2006, 17:01: Message edited by: Doublethink ]
 
Posted by Kelly Alves (# 2522) on :
 
[Killing me]

Brava, Doublethink. I gave up trying to come up with a good one for that.
 
Posted by liturgyqueen (# 11596) on :
 
How would you like liturgyqueen

He's full of stamina [Biased] and is not a bad cook. [Devil]

[ 24. September 2006, 19:46: Message edited by: liturgyqueen ]
 
Posted by Kelly Alves (# 2522) on :
 
Penis for dinner? (Brains)

Already an argument. Let's just compromise and have the macaroni and cheese.
 
Posted by Lyda*Rose (# 4544) on :
 
How would you like...Papio

Over easy, please. [Biased]
 
Posted by Cusanus (# 692) on :
 
Popular election of...Cusanus.
Well of course, I wouldn't push myself forward for office, but if the people, in their wisdom, insist...

Schools as prescribing eyeliner.
Gosh. We ban it around here.
 
Posted by Papa Smurf (# 1654) on :
 
Top Gear Presenter....Papa Smurf

oooh - I wish
 
Posted by Teufelchen (# 10158) on :
 
The Mystery of the Old Hundredth

In which Sherlock Holmes delves into the world of metrical psalms.

T.
 
Posted by Zorro (# 9156) on :
 
Firearms...Moo

Holy crap, is this the sort of jumped up megaweapons gansters are using nowadays?! Mooing guns [Eek!]

[ 25. September 2006, 13:02: Message edited by: Zorro ]
 
Posted by Henry Troup (# 3722) on :
 
school as prescribing Zorro

Hmmmm....

Swordsmanship
Advanced Secret Identity
Horsemanship
Acting
Passion for Justice

You could build a pretty good program out of that...
 
Posted by knowfeellove (# 11298) on :
 
'Isn't the doctrine...Moo'

Holy cow!
 
Posted by KenWritez (# 3238) on :
 
Penis for dinner? (Kelly Alves)

[Eek!] I thought you were vegetarian?! [Disappointed]
 
Posted by Tom Day (# 3630) on :
 
How would you like St Bertolin...?

Now that's a leading question.

Tom

[ 25. September 2006, 19:39: Message edited by: Tom Day ]
 
Posted by Wesley J (# 6075) on :
 
Eagle Swings -- hot... Erin

Yo! Swing it, eagle! The Gator rocks. [Cool]
 
Posted by liturgyqueen (# 11596) on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by knowfeellove:
'Isn't the doctrine...Moo'

Holy cow!

Fiddlesticks and heresy! The Council of Trent clearly defined Oink as the only acceptable option.
 
Posted by Wesley J (# 6075) on :
 
Alphabet's back! Come,... Legodude_uk

and be our guest
as playfulness shall never rest.
From A to Z and Z to A
with Lego bricks we long to play! [Big Grin]
 
Posted by the giant cheeseburger (# 10942) on :
 
There is an absolutely awesome thread for FLPs in Eccles at the moment!

Worshippers lured by the giant cheeseburger
Oh yes indeed!
 
Posted by liturgyqueen (# 11596) on :
 
Intercommunion on the liturgyqueen

[Eek!] Well, really! We're Liturgy Queens, not common whores!
 
Posted by Sioni Sais (# 5713) on :
 
Fucking Americans and ... ken

Wot? No barbie?
 
Posted by Gwai (# 11076) on :
 
Calling Erin II ... Amazing Grace

Trying to convert Erin might be dangerous and telling her whether or not she's a Christian sounds even more dangerous. I think I'll pass.
 
Posted by Pure as the Driven Yellow Snow (# 9397) on :
 
calling Erin II (Pure as the Driven Yellow Snow) [Paranoid]
 
Posted by liturgyqueen (# 11596) on :
 
Young Children and The Silent Acolyte

Well, in the current climate, at least leave the door open.
 
Posted by Zappa (# 8433) on :
 
Too old to be a serious ... Littlelady ... and in my case there are a few other issues™ as well
 
Posted by Henry Troup (# 3722) on :
 
The New, Improved, Karl: Liberal Backslider

Now with lower friction, and Kung-Fu Grip™
 
Posted by Stevie Boy Wonder (# 11869) on :
 
Things you never want... Schroedinger's Cat.

Especially if he's going to crap in the garden.
 
Posted by Stevie Boy Wonder (# 11869) on :
 
Things you never want... Stevie Boy Wonder.

Story of my life... [Waterworks]
 
Posted by Auntie Doris (# 9433) on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by Stevie Boy Wonder:
Things you never want... Stevie Boy Wonder.

Story of my life... [Waterworks]

Poor Stevie.

Poor, poor Stevie. [Biased]

Auntie Doris x
 
Posted by auntie di (# 11521) on :
 
calling Erin II... crackers and goat cheese

I wouldn't dare
 
Posted by Papio (# 4201) on :
 
The Secrets of the...m-t tomb
 
Posted by Stevie Boy Wonder (# 11869) on :
 
Hot Christian... Cod

There should be a really obvious gag to go with this, but I can't find it this late at night. Anyone?
 
Posted by Auntie Doris (# 9433) on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by Stevie Boy Wonder:
Hot Christian... Cod

There should be a really obvious gag to go with this, but I can't find it this late at night. Anyone?

No jokes about gagging. Nope - none whatsoever.

Auntie Doris x
 
Posted by Henry Troup (# 3722) on :
 
Books any self-respecting Divine Outlaw Dwarf

The Shorter Catechism, perhaps?
 
Posted by Talmudnik (# 9339) on :
 
Oh, Canada, Ship's Cat

I thought that it was "our home and native land" - damn separatists here, keeping us in the dark when they change the national anthem...
 
Posted by Gwai (# 11076) on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by Talmudnik:
Oh, Canada, Ship's Cat

I thought that it was "our home and native land" - damn separatists here, keeping us in the dark when they change the national anthem...

Nah, I was just calling the ship's cat in to get his dinner and that's his name.
 
Posted by LynnMagdalenCollege (# 10651) on :
 
Today I consign to Kelly Alves... girl's got all the luck!
 
Posted by Pure as the Driven Yellow Snow (# 9397) on :
 
Author of Evil Pure as the Driven Yellow Snow
No surprises there then.
 
Posted by KenWritez (# 3238) on :
 
PYAD, that's cool enough to be your sig, neh? [Biased]

The Calvinist God....what... (Mousethief)

I've often thought the Calvinist God resembled Mousethief.
 
Posted by Henry Troup (# 3722) on :
 
What must we do to Leprechaun

Just catching him's supposed to be enough.
 
Posted by Eutychus (# 3081) on :
 
Hah curses you beat me to it.
 
Posted by Stevie Boy Wonder (# 11869) on :
 
Small Groups in Liturgical ship's cat

They'll have to be bloody small to fit in there.
 
Posted by Henry Troup (# 3722) on :
 
What must we do to sharkshooter

Report him to the Department of Fisheries and Oceans, of course.

(As far as I know, DFO is still DFO, good sense having prevented it from changing to the generic X Canada nomenclenture - consider the acronym.)
 
Posted by Chorister (# 473) on :
 
Top Gear presenter...... Autenrieth Road

Yes, that would be a good name for a top gear presenter. But the original incumbent is merely indisposed, not dead, so it's rather presumptious to arrange a takeover bid!
 
Posted by Spiffy da WonderSheep (# 5267) on :
 
What must we do to... m.t.tomb

...oh, I'm sure some people have suggestions. [Big Grin]
 
Posted by Stevie Boy Wonder (# 11869) on :
 
Names for your children... Rangatira

Oh, that's just cruel.
 
Posted by LynnMagdalenCollege (# 10651) on :
 
how not to explain Bean Sidhe

and I was amused to discover:
Eagle Swings -- hot LynnMagdalenCollege [Big Grin] it's been far too long since I was considered hot!
 
Posted by Zorro (# 9156) on :
 
Do you actually notice...Zorro

Every goddam day!

[ 01. October 2006, 16:00: Message edited by: Zorro ]
 
Posted by LynnMagdalenCollege (# 10651) on :
 
The Calvinist God....what...m.t-tomb
Wait, I thought Calvinists embrace the resurrection?!
 
Posted by the giant cheeseburger (# 10942) on :
 
Sermons without the Divine Outlaw Dwarf

Now I know Jesus was considered a bit of a rebel, however I am thankful there are sermons that don't call him vertically challenged. There is no biblical basis for that whatsoever.

ETA: sppeling, code [Frown]

[ 01. October 2006, 17:16: Message edited by: the giant cheeseburger ]
 
Posted by 8bit Micro (# 10395) on :
 
A good test-case for... Custard.

Is it...

(a) the correct shade of yellow,
(b) lumpy enough!

8.
 
Posted by Henry Troup (# 3722) on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by 8bit Micro:
A good test-case for... Custard.

Is it...


(c) coating the back of the spoon!
 
Posted by liturgyqueen (# 11596) on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by Henry Troup:
(As far as I know, DFO is still DFO, good sense having prevented it from changing to the generic X Canada nomenclenture - consider the acronym.)

Sorry, Henry.
 
Posted by liturgyqueen (# 11596) on :
 
Alphabet's back! Come Jenn R

...our souls inspire
And lighten with celestial fire...
 
Posted by KenWritez (# 3238) on :
 
The New, Improved,... (babybear)

Now with deep-pile fur, infra-red vision and overdrive!

Option still available: Complete Knowledge of the Universe module.
 
Posted by Stevie Boy Wonder (# 11869) on :
 
How not to explain Newman's Own

It's like, stuff you put on lettuce, and it's made by that bloke who used to be in films with the other guy...
 
Posted by liturgyqueen (# 11596) on :
 
Sermons without the Mousethief

Oh, it's hardly the same now, is it?
 
Posted by mirrizin (# 11014) on :
 
My Dignity Does Not Tortuf

I'm not sure what it means, but I'm sure Tortufing is not dignified!
 
Posted by liturgyqueen (# 11596) on :
 
Blessing of Animals (Lowly Worm)

Of course! All Creatures Great and Small!
 
Posted by Sioni Sais (# 5713) on :
 
What denomination is .. Goodric

C of E, like his cat.
 
Posted by KenWritez (# 3238) on :
 
What denomination is... (Goodric)

Doesn't he attend St. Bastard's?
 
Posted by KenWritez (# 3238) on :
 
x-post... arrrgh.

My dignity does not...(Moo)

Well honestly, whose does? Mine sort of yips.
 
Posted by BibleBeltAnglican (# 10884) on :
 
How to write Greek... Moo

No, no, no. It's &mu
 
Posted by Keren-Happuch (# 9818) on :
 
What denomination is ... Amazing Grace?

Hopefully all of them...
 
Posted by Papio (# 4201) on :
 
My dignity does not Moo

Well, it wouldn't be terribly dignified if it did.
 
Posted by Auntie Doris (# 9433) on :
 
What denomination is... Max.

A very good question indeed!

Auntie Doris x
 
Posted by Lyda*Rose (# 4544) on :
 
Names of your children...shoewoman

So what do you name them when you've got so many you don't know what to do?
 
Posted by Stevie Boy Wonder (# 11869) on :
 
Vocations and walking The Coot

Nice work if you can get it...
 
Posted by Stevie Boy Wonder (# 11869) on :
 
Names for your children... Pootle

Who couldn't love a child named after a flump? When I eventually meet the future Mrs Boy Wonder, we may have to discuss this one... [Big Grin]
 
Posted by cometchaser (# 10353) on :
 
Eagle Swings -- hot...Grits

with butter! yum!
 
Posted by Henry Troup (# 3722) on :
 
Nottingham - a suitable ptarmigan

I though it was global warming we were worried about?

[ 02. October 2006, 19:37: Message edited by: Henry Troup ]
 
Posted by Stevie Boy Wonder (# 11869) on :
 
Sermons without the... Custard

What church is this? We only get bread and wine at ours...
 
Posted by Stevie Boy Wonder (# 11869) on :
 
What denomination is... Panda

Dunno... Church of China?
 
Posted by Barnabas62 (# 9110) on :
 
The New, Improved Leprechaun

- complete with five-leaf clover.
 
Posted by Cusanus (# 692) on :
 
Horrible Liturgical... Anselmina

Now just because a girl doesn't use the English Missal, is no reason to get insulting.
 
Posted by Stevie Boy Wonder (# 11869) on :
 
Scriptural basis for... The Great Gumby

"Reaching into his bag and taking out a stone, he slung it and struck the Philistine on the forehead. The stone sank into his forehead, and he fell face down on the ground, crying, "MY! BRAIN! HURTS!!" (1Sam 17:49, slightly paraphrased)
 
Posted by liturgyqueen (# 11596) on :
 
Six Candles on the John Holding

Quite a balancing act.
 
Posted by Lyda*Rose (# 4544) on :
 
When did you stop beating...Lyda*Rose

Probably about the time the arrest and restraining order kicked in.
 
Posted by duchess (# 2764) on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by cometchaser:
Eagle Swings -- hot...Grits

with butter! yum!

Butter them biscuits! [Smile]
 
Posted by Stevie Boy Wonder (# 11869) on :
 
How long have you been... Paul W.

I'd take a guess it's probably been all his life...
 
Posted by Stevie Boy Wonder (# 11869) on :
 
Ultracrepidarian in... Faithful Sheepdog

You can do the punchline yourselves, sickoes.
 
Posted by Henry Troup (# 3722) on :
 
When did you stop beating ken

Beat him? I can't even get him to play against me!
 
Posted by Papa Smurf (# 1654) on :
 
Sermons without the.....Amazing Grace

aww, leave out the best bits ! [Frown]
 
Posted by dolphy (# 862) on :
 
Darn it, you beat me to it!

[ 04. October 2006, 14:08: Message edited by: dolphy ]
 
Posted by Zorro (# 9156) on :
 
Fred Phelps to picket...Seasick

Finally, something with equivalent value to his sayings!

No offense, seasick [Biased]
 
Posted by the giant cheeseburger (# 10942) on :
 
Fred Phelps to picket ... Amazing Grace

Even more proof we really can't call him a Christian!
 
Posted by The Coot (# 220) on :
 
Shocking Victoriana (The Coot)

Mm. Yes. I didn't design it that way... but I am gratified and think I can live up to the responsibility by going about business as usual. [Biased]
 
Posted by Cusanus (# 692) on :
 
Eagle Swings - hot Kelly Alves

Goes without saying.
 
Posted by Esmeralda (# 582) on :
 
What do I get with... Chukovsky?

Free bucket with every purchase?
 
Posted by Wesley J (# 6075) on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by Esmeralda:
What do I get with... Chukovsky?

Free bucket with every purchase?

To chuck away things? [Cool]
 
Posted by Flausa (# 3466) on :
 
What do I get with ... Alan Cresswell

Well, to start with you get an American floozy and a wee Scottish lad.
 
Posted by KenWritez (# 3238) on :
 
When did you stop beating... (Posy)

When she kicked my ass?


Today I Consign to... (Jonah the Whale)

Open wide!


Shipmates Expecting... (Jack the Lass)

...but instead receiving me! MWAHAHAAAAA!


IbP would be sooo proud! [Biased]
 
Posted by Autenrieth Road (# 10509) on :
 
Do you actually notice Henry Troup
Henry who? Does he post here?
 
Posted by Stevie Boy Wonder (# 11869) on :
 
Not an FLP per se, but according to the boards home page there are currently...

101 Lurkers

Ah, the less well-remembered Disney cartoon...
 
Posted by Henry Troup (# 3722) on :
 
Best ever album title Scum (...Dominus Vobi-)

I can't say that that is my favorite.
 
Posted by mirrizin (# 11014) on :
 
Fred Phelps to picket Amazing Grace

STOP THE INSANITY!!!!!!! [Help] [Help] [Help]

[ 06. October 2006, 03:37: Message edited by: mirrizin ]
 
Posted by KenWritez (# 3238) on :
 
Fred Phelps to picket... (Barnabas62)

"God Hates Barnabas62!"

[Eek!]

I'd egg Phelps for that one. (Unless God really does hate B62! [Killing me] )
 
Posted by The Great Gumby (# 10989) on :
 
London Duck Meet ... Auntie Doris

... Auntie Doris, this is London Duck
 
Posted by Stevie Boy Wonder (# 11869) on :
 
Shipmates expecting... The Great Gumby

(spins round in chair, stroking white cat) Good evening, Mr Gumby. We've been expecting you...
 
Posted by Henry Troup (# 3722) on :
 
Kiss Bishop's Rings:... (Amethyst)

Yes, I believe that's the traditional stone.
 
Posted by Stevie Boy Wonder (# 11869) on :
 
Reoccuring Questions... Alan Cresswell

Yes, he does crop up a lot, but he's not really a question, is he?
 
Posted by Choirboy (# 9659) on :
 
Confraternity of the ... BibleBeltAnglican

Um, is that an Anglo-Catholic or Evangelical group?
 
Posted by Timothy the Obscure (# 292) on :
 
How long have you been...Timothy the Obscure

I've been Timothy all my life--the obscurity waxes and wanes...
 
Posted by Eutychus (# 3081) on :
 
Scriptural basis for Balaam

Numbers 22 will do for a start

(though I must say Don Francisco's version of the story is a lot funnier (lyrics half way down right-hand column)).
 
Posted by Mousethief (# 953) on :
 
Kill him first we duck

Unflinching, that one is.
 
Posted by Apothecary (# 3886) on :
 
How long have you been... Alan Creswell

I'm not, I never have been, and I never will be.
Oh this isn't the : paranoid : thread is it [Hot and Hormonal]
 
Posted by cometchaser (# 10353) on :
 
Fred Phelps to picket... RooK

Tickets for sale! I gotcher ringside seats right here!
 
Posted by Firenze (# 619) on :
 
Ezekiel's vision of Freddy

On a bicycle?

[ 09. October 2006, 20:00: Message edited by: Firenze ]
 
Posted by Stevie Boy Wonder (# 11869) on :
 
Silly Names for Children... auntie di

Think how confused that kid would be. Especially if it's a boy.
 
Posted by churchgeek (# 5557) on :
 
Church doomed in Britain (Saint Hedrin the Lesser-Known)

So remember, kids, when founding your next church, pick a popular patron saint!
 
Posted by Stevie Boy Wonder (# 11869) on :
 
Punishment and Murdering... Barnabas62

No!! How could anyone do such a thing? What's Barnabas ever done to you?!
 
Posted by LynnMagdalenCollege (# 10651) on :
 
I just came over to post that, SBW!!! So instead I'll post Confidentiality, trust LynnMagdalenCollege because it seems like such good advice [Snigger]

(edited to make it funnier)

[ 10. October 2006, 09:15: Message edited by: LynnMagdalenCollege ]
 
Posted by Stevie Boy Wonder (# 11869) on :
 
2 for 1 special offer on Famous Last Posts!

Confidentiality, Trust, Crackers & Goat's Cheese

The four vital ingredients in any church, right?

What's the deal with... Schroedinger's Cat

We've been wondering that for a long time... [Razz]
 
Posted by Henry Troup (# 3722) on :
 
Cardiff meet - 14th Carys

I didn't know that there was a Welsh calendar. What day is that on the regular calendar?
 
Posted by Stevie Boy Wonder (# 11869) on :
 
What to do with a dead... Martin L

The options are endless...
 
Posted by Henry Troup (# 3722) on :
 
What to do with a dead sabine

{really bad taste}
"Remember, first rape, then pillage, then burn!"
{/really bad taste}
{no worse than usual}
 
Posted by Pânts (# 999) on :
 
[party political broadcast]

This Brit needs a small... (Pânts)

[/party political broadcast]
[Snigger]
 
Posted by Henry Troup (# 3722) on :
 
What to do with a dead Bishops Finger

put it in a reliquary.
 
Posted by Mousethief (# 953) on :
 
Ezekiel's vision of Anselm

talk about seeing the future!
 
Posted by Timothy the Obscure (# 292) on :
 
quote:
What's the deal with... Schroedinger's Cat

We've been wondering that for a long time...

Either dead or alive--you won't know till you open the box...
 
Posted by Barnabas62 (# 9110) on :
 
Ezekiel's Vision of DarkKnight

Now that's prophetic!
 
Posted by Golden Key (# 1468) on :
 
Ezekiel's vision of Dark Knight.


(Singing)

A dark knight within a wheel
A-rollin' way in the middle of the air!
[Cool]
 
Posted by Birdseye (# 5280) on :
 
Why there isn't a Doctor Hugal

Because Hugal hasn't done a PhD?
 
Posted by Stevie Boy Wonder (# 11869) on :
 
Calling The Giant Cheeseburger... Alan Cresswell

...would cause a lot of confusion around these parts.
 
Posted by dolphy (# 862) on :
 
Confidentiality, trust... Smudgie

Indeed [Big Grin]
 
Posted by mirrizin (# 11014) on :
 
Fight the Good Father Gregory

And in this corner of the ring, wearing a large pointy hat and an elaborate robe...
 
Posted by KenWritez (# 3238) on :
 
Ancient Mariner, media...(Raspberry Rabbit)

Oh, come now! Equating AM to a pastry? (Although I admit the thought of putting AM's head in my mouth and slowly biting it off and then sucking out the filling does attract me on a primordial level. That'll teach him to diss my Nativity Play performance!)
 
Posted by KenWritez (# 3238) on :
 
Clerical Mutiny Against...(Basselope)

"Run, Basselope! Run!"
 
Posted by Henry Troup (# 3722) on :
 
Has anyone seen the ORGANMEISTER?

Did you check behind the console? Up in the loft? Over at the pub?
 
Posted by KenWritez (# 3238) on :
 
Confidentiality, trust, (Melon)

Which of these three does not belong on the breakfast table? Which of these three benefits most from being squirted with lime juice?


This Brit needs a small...(Grits)

[sniff] Really, she's just polenta.


What to do with a dead... (Henry Troup)

1. Gut and preserve corpus. (Discard offal or give to Scottish shipmates for haggis)
2. Coat corpus with urethane
3. Insert steel rod up corpus' anus
4. Affix base of rod to mounting plate on floor stand
5. Arrange arms and legs in life-like pose (I favor "grizzly bear attack!" style)
6. Insert meerschaum pipe between jaws


Grandson of FLP (Famous... (Henry Troup)

Is he famous for being stuffed?


Ezekiel's vision of... (DarkKnight)

"...and I saw a dark chariot, with wings as a bat, flying through the night, steered by another bat...."
 
Posted by Henry Troup (# 3722) on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by KenWritez:

What to do with a dead... (Henry Troup)

...
6. Insert meerschaum pipe between jaws

I object! I'm a life-long non-smoker. I insist on a large coffee mug instead.
 
Posted by Auntie Doris (# 9433) on :
 
Where is the body of... Late Paul

Under the patio?

Auntie Doris x
 
Posted by Spike (# 36) on :
 
Fight the good St Bertolin

And to think the poor boy changed his screen name to avoid appearin in Famous Last Posts [Big Grin]
 
Posted by LatePaul (# 37) on :
 
Has anyone seen the... liturgyqueen

It's like Dr Seuss for the Eccles crowd [Biased]
 
Posted by liturgyqueen (# 11596) on :
 
Forward in Faith fight Honest Ron Bacardi

My money's on Honest Ron Bacardi.
 
Posted by Stevie Boy Wonder (# 11869) on :
 
I expose a pantomime... duchess

Get this - she's actually... a bloke in drag!
 
Posted by duchess (# 2764) on :
 
Nope, I can assure you I am all woman, my dear boy.
 
Posted by mirrizin (# 11014) on :
 
Confidentiality, Trust, RooK

In RooK we trust.
 
Posted by Mousethief (# 953) on :
 
Fighting the good CuppaT

Why would you do that? Wait ... you don't work for Starbuck's, do you?
 
Posted by CuppaT (# 10523) on :
 
Nope. But I sure do like their coffee.
 
Posted by Left at the Altar (# 5077) on :
 
Priestly genitalia ... John Holding

Is that allowed?
 
Posted by kiwigoldfish (# 5512) on :
 
Calling the Giant Cheeseburger,... mr cheesy

So McDonalds employ Roger Hargreaves to name their burgers?
 
Posted by Calindreams (# 9147) on :
 
baptising the dead babybear

Throwing up all sorts of theological debates about child baptism, baptism of the dead and animal theology.
 
Posted by liturgyqueen (# 11596) on :
 
A good test-case for mudfrog

...whose legality has not yet been established. (Presumably one must prove substantial similarity with Common Worship).
 
Posted by Stevie Boy Wonder (# 11869) on :
 
What is the most boring... Jolly Jape

Well, the old "bucket of water over the door" has been done to death...
 
Posted by duchess (# 2764) on :
 
Confidentiality, trust,...(duchess)

[Angel] [Angel]
 
Posted by liturgyqueen (# 11596) on :
 
The latest brouhaha from GoodCatholicLad

Oh, no, what's he on about now? [Roll Eyes]
 
Posted by cometchaser (# 10353) on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by Henry Troup:
quote:
Originally posted by KenWritez:

What to do with a dead... (Henry Troup)

...
6. Insert meerschaum pipe between jaws

I object! I'm a life-long non-smoker. I insist on a large coffee mug instead.
but the steel rod up your ass isn't a problem, eh? [Eek!]

and:
quote:
Originally posted by Left at the Altar:
Priestly genitalia ... John Holding

[Killing me]
 
Posted by liturgyqueen (# 11596) on :
 
Dumping on GCL...

What is the most boring GoodCatholicLad

Well, I was certainly in the running in middle school. God, I was insufferable. Daily Communicant and everything.
 
Posted by liturgyqueen (# 11596) on :
 
Has anyone seen the GoodCatholicLad

He's really making this far too easy.
 
Posted by Barnabas62 (# 9110) on :
 
Where is the body of mr cheesy

Cosmogate takes a macabre turn ..
 
Posted by cometchaser (# 10353) on :
 
that thread is just TOO good!

Where is the body of mudfrog

awright, who lost the frog?
 
Posted by duchess (# 2764) on :
 
arrest me... (mr cheesy)
If it's a crime for luving you-whoo-whoo!
 
Posted by Smudgie (# 2716) on :
 
Where is the body of... stowaway?

Well, it was in the lifeboat until we gave them a burial at sea [Snigger]
 
Posted by Stevie Boy Wonder (# 11869) on :
 
What is the most boring... duchess

Sarah Ferguson?
 
Posted by liturgyqueen (# 11596) on :
 
Calling Pyx_e dorothea

We're not at Staggers for God's sake!
 
Posted by Mousethief (# 953) on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by Stevie Boy Wonder:
What is the most boring... duchess

Sarah Ferguson?

Heck, you've heard of her, she can't be that boring. I'll be there are dozens of duchesses so dull you don't even know they exist.
 
Posted by dolphy (# 862) on :
 
I expose a Pantomime...Nightlamp

The theatre has a great deal to answer for this time of year.
Unless there are going to be more power cuts.

[ 14. October 2006, 15:40: Message edited by: dolphy ]
 
Posted by snowgoose (# 4394) on :
 
Tridentine Latin Mass...Smoke and mirrors

Now, now, let's not have any sectarian insults.


[forgot to use boldface]

[ 14. October 2006, 16:15: Message edited by: snowgoose ]
 
Posted by basso (# 4228) on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by Mousethief:
quote:
Originally posted by Stevie Boy Wonder:
What is the most boring... duchess

Sarah Ferguson?

Heck, you've heard of her, she can't be that boring. I'll be there are dozens of duchesses so dull you don't even know they exist.
Maybe even some so dull that they don't know they exist...
 
Posted by TrudyTrudy (I say unto you) (# 5647) on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by basso:
quote:
Originally posted by Mousethief:
quote:
Originally posted by Stevie Boy Wonder:
What is the most boring... duchess

Sarah Ferguson?

Heck, you've heard of her, she can't be that boring. I'll be there are dozens of duchesses so dull you don't even know they exist.
Maybe even some so dull that they don't know they exist...
I was coming here to FLP that same line and say that whoever it was, it couldn't possibly be Fergie!
 
Posted by Wesley J (# 6075) on :
 
Forward in Faith fight... the coiled spring

And the battle rages on. [Big Grin]
 
Posted by Kelly Alves (# 2522) on :
 
A good test-case for (Old Grey Whistler)

Bridge over the River Quai?
 
Posted by Zappa (# 8433) on :
 
For People Who Make ... Pure Sunshine

Awwwwww. [Axe murder] That gets me right there. [Axe murder]
 
Posted by Apothecary (# 3886) on :
 
Fight the good alienfromzog

That's the trouble with mankind. We fight all aliens without waiting to find out if they're good first.
 
Posted by Apothecary (# 3886) on :
 
BA bans the cross dinghy sailor

Couldn't they have just made him wait in the queue until he calmed down.
 
Posted by Liturgy Queen (# 11596) on :
 
Ezekiel's vision of Freddy

As I looked, a stormy wind came out of the north: a great cloud with brightness around it and fire flashing forth continually, and in the middle of the fire, something like gleaming amber. In the middle of it was something like a living Swedenborgian. This was its appearance: it was of human form...
 
Posted by Papio (# 4201) on :
 
Racist, Fascist, Crusading Gwai

I think that is absolute hogwash. She has always seemed quite moderate to me.
 
Posted by Paul W. (# 1450) on :
 
Change to 10Cs - please Moo

Thou shalt moo. Thou shalt not baa.

Paul W
 
Posted by duchess (# 2764) on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by TrudyTrudy (I say unto you):
quote:
Originally posted by basso:
quote:
Originally posted by Mousethief:
quote:
Originally posted by Stevie Boy Wonder:
What is the most boring... duchess

Sarah Ferguson?

Heck, you've heard of her, she can't be that boring. I'll be there are dozens of duchesses so dull you don't even know they exist.
Maybe even some so dull that they don't know they exist...
I was coming here to FLP that same line and say that whoever it was, it couldn't possibly be Fergie!
Um, keyword here...toes.
 
Posted by Stevie Boy Wonder (# 11869) on :
 
Of course, there probably are other duchesses more boring than Sarah Ferguson, but they're so boring I haven't heard of them. Which makes it quite hard to do a joke about them... [Roll Eyes]
 
Posted by Keren-Happuch (# 9818) on :
 
Consumer reports on Amazing Grace

How amazing is it really? We mark grace out of 10...
 
Posted by mirrizin (# 11014) on :
 
Racist, Fascist, Crusading Amazing Grace

How sweet the sound...
 
Posted by Choirboy (# 9659) on :
 
Mass Intentions Made...Choirboy

That, and clothes, make the man.
 
Posted by MouseThief (# 953) on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by Stevie Boy Wonder:
Of course, there probably are other duchesses more boring than Sarah Ferguson, but they're so boring I haven't heard of them. Which makes it quite hard to do a joke about them... [Roll Eyes]

There's a lesson here....
 
Posted by Henry Troup (# 3722) on :
 
Forward in Faith fight Divine Outlaw Dwarf

film at eleven!
 
Posted by madteawoman (# 11174) on :
 
What is an inclusive Jolly Jape?

Goodness, does everything have to be PC today?
 
Posted by MouseThief (# 953) on :
 
So Europe doesn't want Honest Ron Bacardi

Those short-sighted fools! They don't know what they're missing!
 
Posted by Sioni Sais (# 5713) on :
 
Tag Everyone (Henry Troup)

If everyone is tagged "Henry Troup" how are we going to know which Henry Troup is the real Henry Troup? C'mon riverfalls, answer me that.
 
Posted by Henry Troup (# 3722) on :
 
Christian Nudists of St. Punk the Pious

A monastic order of an unprecendented kind...
 
Posted by Talmudnik (# 9339) on :
 
Mary's Son Lietuvos Sv. Kazimieras

Jesus was Lithuanian, sainted, and had a Polish royal name???
 
Posted by Liturgy Queen (# 11596) on :
 
God makes them believe Nigel M

He has removed the veil from their hearts...
 
Posted by Ultracrepidarian (# 9679) on :
 
Songs that describe... Psalm61

I would have thought that Psalm 61 describes Psalm 61 pretty well. [Confused]

[ 19. October 2006, 22:26: Message edited by: Ultracrepidarian ]
 
Posted by Stevie Boy Wonder (# 11869) on :
 
Buddies (Moo)

What strange friendships we have...
 
Posted by mirrizin (# 11014) on :
 
The Libertarian Wing of Mad Geo

How doth a bird fly with one wing?
 
Posted by comet (# 10353) on :
 
Eagle Swings -- hot... Estragon

sounds like a mildly misspelled perimenopausal raptor.
 
Posted by Schroedinger's cat (# 64) on :
 
Beauty (Zorro)

I've never met him, but I'm sure he is!
 
Posted by Henry Troup (# 3722) on :
 
What is the most boring aumbry ?

A plain pine box, and empty to boot.
 
Posted by Flausa (# 3466) on :
 
Christian Nudists of ... Flausa

Yup, that's entirely accurate according to the original thread title.
 
Posted by Talmudnik (# 9339) on :
 
Jack Straw. Why, oh, Gwai?

Since she's in Chicago, why are you bothering her? Unless... Gwai, are you giving directives to the UK gov't???

Talmudnik
 
Posted by Gwai (# 11076) on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by Talmudnik:
Jack Straw. Why, oh, Gwai?

Since she's in Chicago, why are you bothering her? Unless... Gwai, are you giving directives to the UK gov't???

Talmudnik

Now if they'd just listen [Snigger]
 
Posted by Flausa (# 3466) on :
 
Anti-Protestant Faith ... Flausa

Heh. What would my old Reformed Baptist Church think of me now?
 
Posted by Stevie Boy Wonder (# 11869) on :
 
All Saints Welcome... Lyda*Rose

I'd heard the band were reforming, but I didn't realise they were getting new members in...
 
Posted by Tina (# 63) on :
 
Racist, fascist, crusading teddybear

Scary thought ...
 
Posted by Anna B (# 1439) on :
 
Racist, fascist, crusading MouseThief

Bzzzzzzzzzzt! Thanks for playing!
 
Posted by Autenrieth Road (# 10509) on :
 
Family Cooking Horror Left at the Altar

Burnt offerings.

[ 22. October 2006, 01:31: Message edited by: Autenrieth Road ]
 
Posted by Apothecary (# 3886) on :
 
new improved...Papio

I was quite fond of the original model.
 
Posted by Balaam (# 4543) on :
 
Today I Consign to Moth...

...all the old clothes in the drawer.
 
Posted by Wet Kipper (# 1654) on :
 
Has anyone experienced... Stoo?

Only online - I've yet to meet him in Real Life™
 
Posted by Sioni Sais (# 5713) on :
 
Riverfalls Shamefully...riverfalls
 
Posted by Liturgy Queen (# 11596) on :
 
Ritual for a Solemn Comper's Child

Sometimes when one is feeling solemn, no amount of ritual can cheer one up.

Confraternity of the Liturgy Queen

[Overused]
 
Posted by churchgeek (# 5557) on :
 
Ritual for a solemn Hooker's Trick

You know you're carrying the liturgy too far when you carry it all the way to the brothel.
 
Posted by Barnabas62 (# 9110) on :
 
The New Improved Sir Kevin

as if that were possible ....
 
Posted by Stevie Boy Wonder (# 11869) on :
 
Family Cooking Horror... Goldfish Stew

No punchline required, this one does all the work itself.
 
Posted by 8bit Micro (# 10395) on :
 
WELCOME to the Ship,... icklejen

Funny, I thought I had seen you here already!

8.
 
Posted by Curiosity killed ... (# 11770) on :
 
Praying for the
Matt Black
Return of Jesus


So Jesus is going to return at night?
 
Posted by ken (# 2460) on :
 
What is an inclusive church?

What's going on on Mount Athos?

Priestly genitalia
 
Posted by Stevie Boy Wonder (# 11869) on :
 
Exeter CU made to rename... Sioni Sais

Hasn't anyone told them the name change amnesty's over now?

(oh, and btw, have people been confusing Famous Last Posts with Famous Consecutive Posts? [Razz] )
 
Posted by Trudy Scrumptious (# 5647) on :
 
Made in the image of babybear

Presenting...grandbabybear!
 
Posted by Trudy Scrumptious (# 5647) on :
 
Forward in Faith Fight Father Gregory!

Tickets where, please??
 
Posted by Liturgy Queen (# 11596) on :
 
North warns against St. Punk the Pious

Well. He clearly doesn't know him as well as we do. [Biased]
 
Posted by Henry Troup (# 3722) on :
 
By the power of the Leetle Masha

I pronounce you part of the Orthodox Plot™
 
Posted by Leetle Masha (# 8209) on :
 
Thanks, Henry, but that power resides solely in Fr. Gregory's authority.... [Biased]
 
Posted by Liturgy Queen (# 11596) on :
 
Songs that describe dolphy

Best I can come up with is "Baby Beluga".
 
Posted by Lyda*Rose (# 4544) on :
 
recommendations for..Josesphine

I'd recommend her highly. [Smile]
 
Posted by Liturgy Queen (# 11596) on :
 
The Investiture of Spiffy da WonderSheep

My kind of presiding bishop!
 
Posted by Spiffy da WonderSheep (# 5267) on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by Liturgy Queen:
The Investiture of Spiffy da WonderSheep

My kind of presiding bishop!

Thanks, really, I appreciate the job offer, but do you really want to put me alone in a room with all the other bishies in the Communion? Because you know someone's going to come out of that meeting with my boot print on their behind.
 
Posted by MouseThief (# 953) on :
 
How far back does biblical Spong

I'm not sure Spong was ever biblical, no matter how far back you go.
 
Posted by Henry Troup (# 3722) on :
 
Australian Muslim blames MouseThief

for missing mouse.
 
Posted by Lyda*Rose (# 4544) on :
 
Australian Muslim blames...Lyda*Rose

Damn! That's what I get for not wearing my hijab.
 
Posted by Keren-Happuch (# 9818) on :
 
Proverbial wisdom vs ... The Great Gumby

Hmm...
 
Posted by Henry Troup (# 3722) on :
 
Exeter CU made to rename Hooker's Trick

no doubt, to something much more politically correct...
 
Posted by dolphy (# 862) on :
 
Family Cooking Horror... Lumpy da Moose.

Maybe try a chicken next time, either that or use a better blender.
 
Posted by dolphy (# 862) on :
 
ETA.. pimple

Damn those spots.
 
Posted by seasick (# 48) on :
 
Liberal Guilt and Good Custard.

Is Bird's Nestlé? [Help]
 
Posted by DarkKnight (# 9415) on :
 
Australian Muslim blames...DarkKnight

Na dude
Not on the sunshine or the good times neither.
You got to blame that shit on the boogie
 
Posted by Zappa (# 8433) on :
 
Australian Muslim blames ... Gordon Cheng

Nah - not even Gordo should wear that one!
 
Posted by Sioni Sais (# 5713) on :
 
My Friend Fred..My Duck

Eeee, that Reverend Phelps, ee's a card.

[ 27. October 2006, 08:22: Message edited by: Sioni Sais ]
 
Posted by Sioni Sais (# 5713) on :
 
Praying for the Custard

Please God, don't let this custard go lumpy. Or thin. [Votive]
 
Posted by Henry Troup (# 3722) on :
 
Why don't Anglo-Catholics Trisagion

They don't? I'm sure they do!
 
Posted by Wesley J (# 6075) on :
 
Exeter CU made to rename... MouseThief

The 'Christian' name... MouseThief

Even more 'Christian' now including a capital 'T'. Looks like a cross. So well done, Exeter CU.
 
Posted by Stevie Boy Wonder (# 11869) on :
 
My name's KenWritez... Barnabas62

Wait a second - they're the same person?!? [Eek!] Which one's the sockpuppet?!?!
 
Posted by Barnabas62 (# 9110) on :
 
[Cool] "It aint me babe".

But how about -

The Investiture of Spiffy da WonderSheep?

Now that would be some sort of an occasion.
 
Posted by Henry Troup (# 3722) on :
 
Australian Muslim blames The Man With No Name

but did he name the culprit?
 
Posted by Left at the Altar (# 5077) on :
 
Shag Everyone Left at the Altar

Well, I think that's a lovely way to help them get over the devastation of rejection, but whose job is it? The Best Man's? The Priest's? The Organist's?
 
Posted by Rossweisse (# 2349) on :
 
Exeter CU made to rename...Trisagion
To what, though? (Something less, well, saggy?)

The Investiture of ....Pigwidgeon
A worthy candidate, to be sure.
 
Posted by Stevie Boy Wonder (# 11869) on :
 
Bonfire Night versus... Cod

If you like your fish well done, you've come to the right place!
 
Posted by PeteCanada (# 10422) on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by Left at the Altar:
Shag Everyone Left at the Altar

Well, I think that's a lovely way to help them get over the devastation of rejection, but whose job is it? The Best Man's? The Priest's? The Organist's?

Surely it should be the Organist
 
Posted by Liturgy Queen (# 11596) on :
 
What is an inclusive Fauja

I don't know; you tell me. [Paranoid]
 
Posted by gizzie (# 11715) on :
 
I can't believe you ,Liturgy Queen

!!!
 
Posted by Balaam (# 4543) on :
 
I don't know what this means, but found it amusing..

Christians who commit Custard.
 
Posted by Liturgy Queen (# 11596) on :
 
North London or out Emma

I'll take North London. What am I, Peter Tatchell?
 
Posted by Emma. (# 3571) on :
 
heheheh - all those secrets!!! Which one would I be being outed for...
 
Posted by Liturgy Queen (# 11596) on :
 
Australian Muslim blames duchess

I mean, how typical! It's always the aristocracy's fault.
 
Posted by Timothy the Obscure (# 292) on :
 
What is an inclusive MouseThief?

He'll take voles, gerbils, even small rats....
 
Posted by Balaam (# 4543) on :
 
Christians who commit pimple

Don't squeeze it!
 
Posted by 8bit Micro (# 10395) on :
 
SHUT UP! Saint Bertelin

Sage advice for many people I'm sure but is Saint Bertelin really one of the noisy ones?

8.
 
Posted by Henry Troup (# 3722) on :
 
Christians who commit Papio

may be guilty of other unspeakable crimes, also.
 
Posted by Henry Troup (# 3722) on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by Henry Troup:
Christians who commit Papio

may be guilty of other unspeakable crimes, also.

and now

I can't believe you Papio

Soon to be a Dead Horse?
 
Posted by mirrizin (# 11014) on :
 
Songs that Describe Stoo

[horribly off pitch yodelling]

There once was a pirate named Stoo..doobie doobie doo, his hook was steel blue and he hosted heaven too...

*tomatoes start flying from audience*

[/horribly off pitch yodelling]
 
Posted by Henry Troup (# 3722) on :
 
Return of the Fitness comet

That's how often I exercise, every 76 years.
 
Posted by andreas1984 (# 9313) on :
 
Exeter CU made to rename Flying_Belgian.

Evangelical_Belgian perhaps?

[ 30. October 2006, 20:24: Message edited by: andreas1984 ]
 
Posted by Stevie Boy Wonder (# 11869) on :
 
Songs that describe... free space flights 4 all

Rocket Man?
 
Posted by Chorister (# 473) on :
 
Exeter CU made to rename altar bird.

Following the announcement, Durham CU rename the pulpit giraffe, the lectern duck, and the font goldfish.
 
Posted by Spiffy da WonderSheep (# 5267) on :
 
IngoB, please to be (The Man With No Name)
 
Posted by basso (# 4228) on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by Spiffy da WonderSheep:
IngoB, please to be (The Man With No Name)

<snort>
 
Posted by Ultracrepidarian (# 9679) on :
 
The New, Improved... trebuchet

Can Fling Two Tonnes of Rock for Twenty Miles!!!!
Buy Yours NOW and get a Free Siege Tower!!!!!
 
Posted by Zorro (# 9156) on :
 
The new, Improved...Trebuchet

Oh yes! Just in time for haloween!!!!! [Snigger]
 
Posted by Lyda*Rose (# 4544) on :
 
Burning in Effigy...the giant cheeseburger

That would be "well-done", then?
 
Posted by Gwai (# 11076) on :
 
Calling lildave ... pimple

Use your imagination. Nothing I have to say here is Circus appropriate.

[ 01. November 2006, 15:25: Message edited by: Gwai ]
 
Posted by Liturgy Queen (# 11596) on :
 
The new, improved Hart

It no longer desireth the waterbrooks?
 
Posted by Autenrieth Road (# 10509) on :
 
Church seeks Mystery Simon

They'll never spot him in that Ned Flanders disguise.
 
Posted by mirrizin (# 11014) on :
 
Hell Moo

The devil raises cattle?
 
Posted by mirrizin (# 11014) on :
 
Do you actually notice the Giant Cheeseburger?

What giant cheeseburger? I don't see a...wait! Oh! That one!
 
Posted by Henry Troup (# 3722) on :
 
Why don't Anglo-Catholics ken

'cause they're no' Church o' Scotland.
 
Posted by basso (# 4228) on :
 
The investiture of Laura

An excellent idea!
 
Posted by Henry Troup (# 3722) on :
 
Shipmates Photos Smudgie

best clean the lens, then.
 
Posted by Papio (# 4201) on :
 
I do not want to saysay

Is that the answer to "how much money have you gotgot?"

[ 03. November 2006, 18:06: Message edited by: Papio ]
 
Posted by Papio (# 4201) on :
 
And now we have...

Calling lildave7777 (Pants)

No comment. [Two face]
 
Posted by DarkKnight (# 9415) on :
 
Cheer me up, please...AdamPater

There, there AP. I'll give it a try.
Um...riverfalls has left disguisted, vowing never to post in Heaven again.
 
Posted by Barnabas62 (# 9110) on :
 
I'm slightly odd because Left at the Altar

Well, that's not really surprising.
 
Posted by Wesley J (# 6075) on :
 
Noah and the flood (Flubb)

The sound of the flood.
 
Posted by Liturgy Queen (# 11596) on :
 
The Investiture of Liturgy Queen

Hem, hem, hem...
 
Posted by Stevie Boy Wonder (# 11869) on :
 
Saddam's gonna hang Lookin

I do hope not, what's she done to upset him?

(sorry, I ballsed it up)

[ 05. November 2006, 12:59: Message edited by: Stevie Boy Wonder ]
 
Posted by Balaam (# 4543) on :
 
Saddam's gonna hang - sadly mad

I'd be more than slightly mad if it were to happen to me.
 
Posted by Liturgy Queen (# 11596) on :
 
Throw the reprobate MouseThief

...into the outer darkness, where there will be much weeping and gnashing of teeth.
 
Posted by Gort (# 6855) on :
 
Foil? Epee? Sabre?...(Spike)

Can you fence with a pointy spear? [Confused]
 
Posted by Stevie Boy Wonder (# 11869) on :
 
Do you look at people's... mountainsnowtiger

Well, I try not to, but you're always a bit curious as to whether someone else's is bigger, aren't you?
 
Posted by dolphy (# 862) on :
 
The new, improved...Smudgie.

Got yourself a new penguin suit then?
 
Posted by dolphy (# 862) on :
 
What do you do to a .. leo
Give him or her birthday gifts in July or August [Big Grin]
 
Posted by Stevie Boy Wonder (# 11869) on :
 
Cats and dogs Moo

Erm, hate to point this out... no they don't.
 
Posted by Stevie Boy Wonder (# 11869) on :
 
Foil? Epee? Sabre? Ringtailed Lemur

Is D the odd one out?
 
Posted by Autenrieth Road (# 10509) on :
 
Why don't the English leonato

Because they don't know how?
 
Posted by Autenrieth Road (# 10509) on :
 
Propers for the Fifth Henry Troup

Hold on, I've missed the propers for the First through Fourth Henry Troups.
 
Posted by Henry Troup (# 3722) on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by Autenrieth Road:
Propers for the Fifth Henry Troup

Hold on, I've missed the propers for the First through Fourth Henry Troups.

The fourth would have been my Uncle Henry (d. 1985), and the third his father, my grandfather (d. 1968). Before that ... check the 1928 revision :-)
 
Posted by Autenrieth Road (# 10509) on :
 
HT: [Big Grin] .

Chocolate for the Hosts Viola

Bad idea -- it clogs the strings.
 
Posted by icklejen (# 713) on :
 
Is Satan the ruler: Mudfrog

well a frog is less scary than what i was taught in sunday school.
 
Posted by icklejen (# 713) on :
 
from last week...

Calling Lildave777....davelarge

is he little, is he large? who knows!
 
Posted by Autenrieth Road (# 10509) on :
 
The Investiture of The Silent Acolyte

The ritual donning of amice, alb, cincture, and gag was most impressive.
 
Posted by Ultracrepidarian (# 9679) on :
 
Australian Queen's... duchess

The creation of the Duchy of Wagga Wagga by QEII did originally raise some eyebrows, but is now considered quite prestigious.
 
Posted by Autenrieth Road (# 10509) on :
 
OK, this keeps coming up [Ultra confused] , so I'm going to share it with you all too [Snigger]

Priestly Genitalia (Vesture, Posture, Gesture)

I imagine a wee willie peeping out, dressed in tiny gold garb, standing up and waving about.

There, now I'm not alone in having that image plastered behind my eyeballs. [Two face]
 
Posted by Stevie Boy Wonder (# 11869) on :
 
Yes, and due to the time difference, you've planted that beautiful image in my head just as I'm about to go to bed. If I have disturbing dreams, AR, I'm holding you responsible. [Eek!]
 
Posted by Janine (# 3337) on :
 
"Australian Muslim Blames... Janine"?

The boy sure gets around.

Hmph. Get in line, buddy.
 
Posted by Paul W. (# 1450) on :
 
What do you do to a Schroedinger's cat

Open the box and check if the poor thing is ok!

Paul W
 
Posted by Wesley J (# 6075) on :
 
I'm slightly odd because... neandergirl

Fear ye not: I'm certain neanderboy is just as odd.
 
Posted by Choirboy (# 9659) on :
 
How to avoid having...Choirboy

Simply don't invite me. I'm usually pretty good at taking a hint.
 
Posted by Liturgy Queen (# 11596) on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by Choirboy:
How to avoid having...Choirboy

Why ever would you want to? [Big Grin]

Celebrations of the Liturgy Queen

Guys...I'm touched... [Tear]
 
Posted by Liturgy Queen (# 11596) on :
 
How to Elevate Saint Bertelin

[Paranoid]
 
Posted by Autenrieth Road (# 10509) on :
 
How to avoid having Timothy the Obscure

Name your main character Jude instead.
 
Posted by basso (# 4228) on :
 
Eagle Swings hot RuthW

coff coff coff....
 
Posted by Zappa (# 8433) on :
 
Somebody bring me some ... Mad Geo ... though right now I'd prefer a cold ale
 
Posted by Schroedinger's cat (# 64) on :
 
Problems with Organ (Simon)

TMI. By far.
 
Posted by Hazey*Jane (# 8754) on :
 
What do you do to a Gay Organ Grinder

I'm not sure I want to know.
 
Posted by Stevie Boy Wonder (# 11869) on :
 
Car Repairs Matt Black

I didn't even know Matt was broken. Now that's what I call a smart car...
 
Posted by Spiffy da WonderSheep (# 5267) on :
 
I want to try my hand at (GoodCatholicLad)

But then my mother would totally believe all the rumors...
 
Posted by comet (# 10353) on :
 
this thread is the gift that keeps on giving:
Problems with organ... (rugasaw)
 
Posted by Smudgie (# 2716) on :
 
And again (apologies if this has been done before)

Problems with organ... Left at the Altar

But the preacher said I should give my heart to Jesus!
 
Posted by Wesley J (# 6075) on :
 
Mother of a teenager... Moth

Now in a a cinema near you! - Parental guidance advised.
 
Posted by Liturgy Queen (# 11596) on :
 
Calling lildave7777 riverfalls

Now there's no need to be insulting...
 
Posted by Liturgy Queen (# 11596) on :
 
I can't believe you MouseThief

Just on the side; it doesn't pay all that well.
 
Posted by Liturgy Queen (# 11596) on :
 
What to do you do to a Liturgy Queen

That's...negotiable... [Hot and Hormonal]

Why do people question the riverfalls

Do you really want me to answer that? [Roll Eyes]

My job sucks like a riverfalls

My job sucks like a riverfalls on the set of Harry Potter!
 
Posted by the giant cheeseburger (# 10942) on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by Liturgy Queen:
My job sucks like a riverfalls on the set of Harry Potter!

[Killing me] That thread was great! I'm gonna have a look and see if I can find it in oblivion.

Why do people question Kelly Alves

I don't know, but I wouldn't recommend questioning Kelly if she has her axe handy.
 
Posted by Zappa (# 8433) on :
 
Fully human yet without ... Saint Bertelin [Frown] How can this be?
 
Posted by Oscar the Grouch (# 1916) on :
 
Just how stupid can... Jimmy B?

That is a question we would all like answered!
 
Posted by Papio (# 4201) on :
 
and now we have...

Just how silly can Ingo B

Pretty silly, at times. [Razz] [Biased]
 
Posted by Wesley J (# 6075) on :
 
Fear as an industry Superslug

I'm not surprised. There can't be much of a demand for those, can there? - Time to look for a new job, praps? [Biased]
 
Posted by Papio (# 4201) on :
 
Why Do People Question Kelly Alves?

I couldn't possibly comment. [Razz] [Biased] [Big Grin]
 
Posted by monkeylizard (# 952) on :
 
Problems with Organ...Simon

This one just keeps popping up doesn't it?
 
Posted by The Great Gumby (# 10989) on :
 
My job sucks like a ... crookedcucumber

I wouldn't have thought bendiness really mattered if you're just going to cut it up anyway, but maybe I'm missing something.
 
Posted by Izzybee (# 10931) on :
 
Why do people question... Kelly Alves

I know I wouldn't - that axe looks a little too sharp...
 
Posted by mirrizin (# 11014) on :
 
Mother of a Teenager Gwai

(speaking as her husband)... [Eek!] [Ultra confused] [Eek!]
 
Posted by Wesley J (# 6075) on :
 
Famous BBC RSS feed... comet

Never heard of 'em. Is that how comets get bigger?
 
Posted by comet (# 10353) on :
 
I loves to eats the Beeb's RSS! Feed Me, Seymour!

[ 12. November 2006, 06:20: Message edited by: comet ]
 
Posted by Ham'n'Eggs (# 629) on :
 
I was delighted to see that Viola is proclaiming her sanitory accomplishments via the medium of All Saints.

Bath - Friday 10th Nov (Viola)

Presumably attendance was limited by various factors?
 
Posted by Zappa (# 8433) on :
 
Elton John speaks: I_am_not_Job

That's as profound as anything he's spoken since Bernie fled
 
Posted by Keren-Happuch (# 9818) on :
 
Augustine and Triple Tiara - I'm sure he'd look just as good in a single one.

Things I hate to see - My Duck - Then get a better looking one!
 
Posted by Wesley J (# 6075) on :
 
Things I Hate to See... hatless

Glaciers, igloos, all things snowy - way too cold.
 
Posted by MouseThief (# 953) on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by Wesley J:
Things I Hate to See... hatless

Glaciers, igloos, all things snowy - way too cold.

But they're warmer if they're wearing hats?
 
Posted by icklejen (# 713) on :
 
Is it time to fire... Ken?

well, the new £25 congestion charge will make lost of people say yes to this.
 
Posted by Teufelchen (# 10158) on :
 
The New, Improved Autenrieth Road

This is what that congestion charge pays for, icklejen!

T.
 
Posted by Autenrieth Road (# 10509) on :
 
Smudging & The Spiffy da WonderSheep

Covers up the smell of wet wool.
 
Posted by Barnabas62 (# 9110) on :
 
(Can't resist it)

The New Improved Moo

(as if ....)
 
Posted by Stevie Boy Wonder (# 11869) on :
 
Twixmas (Bishop's Finger)

So if the Bish has one finger of Twix, who gets the other one?
 
Posted by Autenrieth Road (# 10509) on :
 
Plan to abduct the alienfromzog

...just as soon as I figure out where zog is.
 
Posted by MouseThief (# 953) on :
 
Plan to abduct the Mousethief

Now, that's just not nice.
 
Posted by mirrizin (# 11014) on :
 
Pathetic Drivel, Heresy...Amazing Grace

Sounds like a nice summation of orgnanized religion to me. [Two face]
 
Posted by Keren-Happuch (# 9818) on :
 
What comes in between franknhonest?

The letter "n", isn't it?

What do you do to a trebuchet?

Keep well clear of it!
 
Posted by Auntie Doris (# 9433) on :
 
Calling all shipmates... Auntie Doris

Well I think it has a nice ring to it! [Big Grin]

Auntie Doris x
 
Posted by mirrizin (# 11014) on :
 
Riverfalls Shamefully Nurks

Could someone explain to me how someone Nurks?
 
Posted by The Great Gumby (# 10989) on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by mirrizin:
Could someone explain to me how someone Nurks?

It sounds to me like Australian slang for some sort of sexual act. I leave you to draw your own conclusions.
 
Posted by gizzie (# 11715) on :
 
(in Hell)
If you want to call... Mouse Thief

you'll have to wait, he's busy posting....
 
Posted by Spike (# 36) on :
 
I want to leave or change... riverfalls

Don't we all....
 
Posted by Autenrieth Road (# 10509) on :
 
Cruel Bastard Left at the Altar

Serves him right.
 
Posted by Liturgy Queen (# 11596) on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by Spike:
I want to leave or change... riverfalls

Don't we all....

[Killing me]
 
Posted by Liturgy Queen (# 11596) on :
 
Most disconcerting Liturgy Queen

Archbishop Hope? [Devil]
 
Posted by Autenrieth Road (# 10509) on :
 
Calling Apprentice KenWritez

You're about 9632 posts too late.
 
Posted by MouseThief (# 953) on :
 
America alone will trebuchet

Everybody else will catapult.
 
Posted by Wesley J (# 6075) on :
 
I'm building a church... Bishops Finger

I'd say he might need more than one finger. Except he's the Bishop of Oz.
 
Posted by Liturgy Queen (# 11596) on :
 
Celibacy, sexual orientation, Liturgy Queen

The trifecta!
 
Posted by Schroedinger's cat (# 64) on :
 
Whats going on in Vikki Pollard

I haven't a clue, and I'm not sure I want to find out.
 
Posted by Liturgy Queen (# 11596) on :
 
Dumb things we do for Spiffy da WonderSheep

Promoting her scintillating wit through one's sig is hardly "dumb"! {{sniff}}
 
Posted by LeRoc (# 3216) on :
 
Priestly genitalia (Worm in the Grass)
This gives strange images in my head...
 
Posted by Spiffy da WonderSheep (# 5267) on :
 
LQ, aww, shucks...

Nurks, you are not (MouseThief)

Just in case you were confused.
 
Posted by Choirboy (# 9659) on :
 
Nurks, you are not...Spiffy da WonderSheep

Ain't dat da truth!
 
Posted by gizzie (# 11715) on :
 
Most Disconcerting Liturgy Queen
After the recent 'trifecta' we're not surprised...
 
Posted by quirky_beth (# 5696) on :
 
Nurks you are not...AdamPater.

Just in case you weren't sure.
 
Posted by mirrizin (# 11014) on :
 
It's the time to fire anteater

Seriously! I mean, has anyone else noticed the bugs around here!
 
Posted by Trudy Scrumptious (# 5647) on :
 
nurks, you are not nurks

Now I AM confused.
 
Posted by infinite_monkey (# 11333) on :
 
Nurks, you are not...fight club for the soul

However much you may wish to whack us over the head with our various sins.

[ 22. November 2006, 00:24: Message edited by: infinite_monkey ]
 
Posted by Henry Troup (# 3722) on :
 
nurks, you are not RooK

and a good thing too!
 
Posted by Liturgy Queen (# 11596) on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by Trudy Scrumptious:
nurks, you are not nurks

Now I AM confused.

I've never suspected Trudy of having a messianic complex, but now that she's making "I AM" statements...
 
Posted by MouseThief (# 953) on :
 
Before Abraham was mentioned in Tuesday's Grauniad, I AM CONFUSED. [Biased]
 
Posted by comet (# 10353) on :
 
it's a grand thread title, isn't it?

nurks, you are not... SearchingForAbsolutes

I beg to differ...
 
Posted by MouseThief (# 953) on :
 
nurks you are not SearchingForAbsolutes

Of course not. He's already found them all.
 
Posted by Golden Key (# 1468) on :
 
Oh, Those Catholic Zappa


[Eek!] Oh my gosh--there are Catholic ones, too???

[Paranoid]
 
Posted by comet (# 10353) on :
 
Dumb things we do for Zappa

all sorts of things, he need only ask!
 
Posted by Teufelchen (# 10158) on :
 
Let's exterminate U

Text-speak daleks? Hide!

T.
 
Posted by mirrizin (# 11014) on :
 
Sending the lambs to U


Mail order lambs by text message! Woo hoo!
 
Posted by MouseThief (# 953) on :
 
Sending the lambs to My Duck

Bad plan. Barnfowl should be fed a strictly vegetarian diet.
 
Posted by MouseThief (# 953) on :
 
Exeter CU made to rename Mousethief

Call me Ishmael.
 
Posted by gizzie (# 11715) on :
 
Odd things in Hell- Choirboy
[Devil]
 
Posted by gizzie (# 11715) on :
 
and
Oh, those Catholic nurks
They even have nurks in Rome?
 
Posted by gizzie (# 11715) on :
 
and
Biblical innerancy nurks


we are witnessing the creation of a new verb - to nurk, nurking, nurked. Translation is subjective.
 
Posted by Liturgy Queen (# 11596) on :
 
What the young 'uns Spike

The punch at school dances?
 
Posted by infinite_monkey (# 11333) on :
 
Happy Thanksgiving Frustrated Farmer
(No turkey for you!)
 
Posted by Wet Kipper (# 1654) on :
 
Exeter CU made to rename Wet Kipper

someone else thinks "Papa Smurf" was better, then ?
 
Posted by Teufelchen (# 10158) on :
 
I do not like Fried Wet Kipper

But it's a great British delicacy!

T.

[ 23. November 2006, 10:35: Message edited by: Teufelchen ]
 
Posted by Zappa (# 8433) on :
 
Vatican Approach to ... Matt Black A learned, cautious approach, tinged with the wisdome of centuries. And when that doen't vork "no one expects ze Inquisition."
 
Posted by Zappa (# 8433) on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by comet:
Dumb things we do for Zappa

all sorts of things, he need only ask!

Awwww .... [Axe murder]
 
Posted by MouseThief (# 953) on :
 
Fundamentalism is the Pure Sunshine

<sings> Oh, I wish that it would rain...
 
Posted by Mostly Noble Pixels (# 8783) on :
 
Odd things in hell ... RooK
 
Posted by Left at the Altar (# 5077) on :
 
Jonathon Edwards on Gordon Cheng

I didn't think Gordon approved of that kind of thing. [Razz]
 
Posted by Pure Sunshine (# 11904) on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by MouseThief:
Fundamentalism is the Pure Sunshine

<sings> Oh, I wish that it would rain...

Ha ha ha ...

Today in the Styx, "Want to leave or change Calindreams" - well, Calin, you know where you're not wanted ... [Biased]
 
Posted by grushi (# 11938) on :
 
Rowan and the right-wing Callan

Together they fight crime, injustice and fret about the erosion of family values.
 
Posted by grushi (# 11938) on :
 
Questioning couplets pimple

I'm sure it's big and pustulous enough to be considered a boil.
 
Posted by gizzie (# 11715) on :
 
Fundamentalism is the Crooked Cucumber

just a bit too obscure for me. Needs some explanation.
 
Posted by Smudgie (# 2716) on :
 
Can anybody translate... Sharkshooter

Sorry, he's totally unintelligible to me.
 
Posted by lazystudent (# 5172) on :
 
Privileges of being a 'maiden' Mrs Wogan...

I can think of a few.
 
Posted by Smudgie (# 2716) on :
 
Priviledges of being.... duchess

I can think of quite a few. Getting to ride around in a carriage is rather nice, and living in a grand palace with servants and the like...
 
Posted by infinite_monkey (# 11333) on :
 
Let's exterminate...infinite monkey

Can't be done: there are hundreds of thousands more primates waiting behind the initial onslought.
 
Posted by Janine (# 3337) on :
 
Dumb things we do for... Mousethief

I knew that fancy new beard curler wouldn't be a great hit... dunno why I sent it.
 
Posted by Janine (# 3337) on :
 
"Let's exterminate"... Papio

[Eek!]

Don't you dare! The Ship wouldn't be the same without him.
 
Posted by infinite_monkey (# 11333) on :
 
Things I hate to see...Pulsator Organorum Ineptus.
My grasp of Latin's not so firm, but I'm guessing that hearing it might actually be the greater problem. [Smile]
 
Posted by Henry Troup (# 3722) on :
 
Newspapers and their grushi

You know, I can never keep up these fads. Is that the one where you put little pictures of fish into a grid of boxes? Or is it the one where you fold the newspaper into a fancy box for chocolates?
 
Posted by grushi (# 11938) on :
 
London Duck meet Emma

Emma dear, this is London Duck. I'll go and put the kettle on and leave you two to get to know each other, shall I? <leans in, whispers> *his father's a very important mallard*

[fixed crap coding]

[ 25. November 2006, 00:42: Message edited by: grushi ]
 
Posted by grushi (# 11938) on :
 
Emma <breaks uncomfortable silence>: So, what do you do?
London Duck: quack
Emma: Really? I’ve always wanted to meet a naturopath.

Australians have the comet

Yeah, but we got the bomb. Wait.
<Rock-beats-scissors. Scissors-beats-paper. Paper-beats-rock>
Is the bomb better than the comet?
 
Posted by Papio (# 4201) on :
 
Let's Exterminate Papio

[Eek!] [Help] [Eek!] [Help]
 
Posted by infinite_monkey (# 11333) on :
 
Too little time allowed...MouseThief.
The mice would argue that any time at all is far too much.

(edited to get the bolding thing right.)

[ 25. November 2006, 19:09: Message edited by: infinite_monkey ]
 
Posted by MouseThief (# 953) on :
 
Let's exterminate The Atheist

Now now, it's not right to do unto them what they tried to do unto us. Vengeance is the Lord's, not ours.
 
Posted by Spiffy da WonderSheep (# 5267) on :
 
Things I Hate To See... (nurks)

Not. Saying. ANYTHING!
 
Posted by grushi (# 11938) on :
 
Can anyone translate Afghan
No, but I think the fourth word might be 'mujaheddin'
 
Posted by comet (# 10353) on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by Spiffy da WonderSheep:
Things I Hate To See... (nurks)

Not. Saying. ANYTHING!

[Big Grin]
 
Posted by Birdseye (# 5280) on :
 
How to avoid having ...Melon

Just arrive for dinner 20 minutes late and go straight onto the main course.

[ 27. November 2006, 08:47: Message edited by: Birdseye ]
 
Posted by The Great Gumby (# 10989) on :
 
I should like to point out... Father Gregory

That's him over there, with the beard. Have you been introduced?
 
Posted by Talmudnik (# 9339) on :
 
Dumb Things We do for Talmudnik

Learn Hebrew? Memorize the Amidah ? Heck, I haven't gotten that far!
 
Posted by infinite_monkey (# 11333) on :
 
If there were just 8 more spaces or so before the ellipses kicked in, we could have:

Pray that your flight be not in Custard
 
Posted by Sioni Sais (# 5713) on :
 
The infallibility of Sioni Sais

Doesn't register on the scale.

(Anyone reckon this is a contrived title?)
 
Posted by Papio (# 4201) on :
 
The Infallability of Father Gregory

He wishes. [Biased]
 
Posted by 8bit Micro (# 10395) on :
 
the infallibility of...... andreas1984

No comment! Looks like that thread is going to keep us amused down here for ages yet!

8.
 
Posted by Sioni Sais (# 5713) on :
 
Dumb things we do for Sioni Sais

Like read his posts?
 
Posted by Schroedinger's cat (# 64) on :
 
I thought I should get in :

The infallibility of ... Schroedingers Cat

Which is well known.
 
Posted by grushi (# 11938) on :
 
Ecclesiantics videos Leetle Masha

What Leetle Masha gets up to in her own time is none of your business. Naughty Ecclesiantics.
 
Posted by MouseThief (# 953) on :
 
How to avoid having Melon

eat the pineapple!
 
Posted by Ariel (# 58) on :
 
"Sursum cappa! Habemus... Piglet!"

Then Piglet (PIGLET) thought a thing
"Courage!" he said, "There's always hope
I want a lacy sort of cope -
But if there isn't any, bring
Any suitably fancy thing."

O gallant Piglet (PIGLET)! Ho!
Sing Ho! for Piglet (PIGLET) Ho!
 
Posted by 8bit Micro (# 10395) on :
 
They're not fooling... Mr Clingford

Nor would they ever, smart chap that he is!

8.
 
Posted by mirrizin (# 11014) on :
 
The infallibility of Freddy

I don't know why, but it seems such an unlikely name for a great sage...

[ETA spelling]

[ 29. November 2006, 13:41: Message edited by: mirrizin ]
 
Posted by grushi (# 11938) on :
 
Does God suffer inward madteawoman

I imagine if he did, with all that omnipotence he could afford to have it removed.
 
Posted by grushi (# 11938) on :
 
Anglo-catholics and ken

...walk into a bar. You'd think Ken would have ducked. (Thanks folks, here 'til Wednesday. Try the veal!)
 
Posted by Sioni Sais (# 5713) on :
 
What use is the local anteater

Quite a lot, if you have an ants nest in your garden.
 
Posted by Schroedinger's cat (# 64) on :
 
What use is the local Lord High Everything Else

Probably a lot if you want to get something done around here.
 
Posted by Spiffy da WonderSheep (# 5267) on :
 
David Virtue and His (Spawn)
 
Posted by WatersOfBabylon (# 11893) on :
 
David Virtue and His Amazing Grace

Although Spiffy's post is much more likely.

[ 30. November 2006, 18:33: Message edited by: WatersOfBabylon ]
 
Posted by duchess (# 2764) on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by Smudgie:
Priviledges of being.... duchess

I can think of quite a few. Getting to ride around in a carriage is rather nice, and living in a grand palace with servants and the like...

Hehe. Quite right. Just need Mr. Right to ride around in royal carriage. [Angel]
 
Posted by infinite_monkey (# 11333) on :
 
Scripture cannot be...LambChopped.

I hadn't thought of trying, but it's good to know it wouldn't work.
 
Posted by Zappa (# 8433) on :
 
I would like to say ... Kelly Alves

You can do it. Start with that kind of guttural plosive back of the throat thingy and take it from there. "K" . Yup.

(Aren't I a silly bunt).
 
Posted by Kelly Alves (# 2522) on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by Ariel:
"Sursum cappa! Habemus... Piglet!"

Then Piglet (PIGLET) thought a thing
"Courage!" he said, "There's always hope
I want a lacy sort of cope -
But if there isn't any, bring
Any suitably fancy thing."

O gallant Piglet (PIGLET)! Ho!
Sing Ho! for Piglet (PIGLET) Ho!

[Killing me] [Killing me] [Killing me]
 
Posted by comet (# 10353) on :
 
They're not fooling comet

Damn straight. I got my eye on 'em. [Paranoid]
 
Posted by mirrizin (# 11014) on :
 
riverfalls - shamefully riverfalls

'Nuff said. [Snigger]
 
Posted by grushi (# 11938) on :
 
Which cake? My Duck

Today I think the meringue, my elegant fowl
 
Posted by mirrizin (# 11014) on :
 
caffeine and today's Matrix

Ya know, when I drink enough, I start having these visions that we're all just locked away in this sci-fi dystopia... [Eek!]

Maybe I should just lay off the coffee. [Help]
 
Posted by MouseThief (# 953) on :
 
Looking for a safe RuthW

No, she's not safe. But she's good.
 
Posted by Spiffy da WonderSheep (# 5267) on :
 
confused priest needs (Amazing Grace)
 
Posted by duchess (# 2764) on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by Zappa:
I would like to say ... Kelly Alves

You can do it. Start with that kind of guttural plosive back of the throat thingy and take it from there. "K" . Yup.

(Aren't I a silly bunt).

like the "ich" word in German...dang, you ARE one silly kiwi! cheeeccchhhllyyyyy

[Killing me]
 
Posted by mirrizin (# 11014) on :
 
Demons Moo

Satan's Mignon?

[ 02. December 2006, 22:39: Message edited by: mirrizin ]
 
Posted by Trudy Scrumptious (# 5647) on :
 
Do I have to share Papio?

No! He's mine, all mine, I tell you!!!
 
Posted by Bishops Finger (# 5430) on :
 
What sort of a ship is....riverfalls

No comment. Absolutely no comment.

Ian J.
 
Posted by Gwai (# 11076) on :
 
Do I have to share mirrizin

Honey, I think we need to talk
 
Posted by mirrizin (# 11014) on :
 
Umm...while we're on that subject...

Do I Have to Share The Atheist

Eh, I think you can keep him.
 
Posted by infinite_monkey (# 11333) on :
 
The Bad Sex Award...Left at the Altar.

Hey, I thought Christians believed in both refraining from judgement AND not having sex before marriage!
 
Posted by Ariel (# 58) on :
 
Acolyte Busts the Silent Acolyte

And since then it's been a Remarkably Vociferous Acolyte.
 
Posted by gizzie (# 11715) on :
 
Do I have to share... Josephine

no, not tonight
 
Posted by MouseThief (# 953) on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by gizzie:
Do I have to share... Josephine

no, not tonight

Watch it.
 
Posted by comet (# 10353) on :
 
aw. not sharing, MT? *pout*

evenif we just want to have tea with her?

what were you thinking, ya perv? [Biased]
 
Posted by MouseThief (# 953) on :
 
Oh well tea, that's something entirely different.
 
Posted by MouseThief (# 953) on :
 
Do I have to share The Atheist

No, he's all yours. Enjoy.
 
Posted by comet (# 10353) on :
 
Demons (riverfalls)
 
Posted by Golden Key (# 1468) on :
 
Where do you get your Grushi


From a bin in the bulk foods section of the hippie health food store!

[Smile]
 
Posted by Stevie Boy Wonder (# 11869) on :
 
Where do we get our Nigel M

Just send four tokens from special promotional packs, plus a cheque or postal order for £2.25 for postage and packing...
 
Posted by Zappa (# 8433) on :
 
confused priest needs ... Golden Key

Don't we all - and her lava lamp? [Axe murder]
 
Posted by grushi (# 11938) on :
 
a time to speak, a Gordon Cheng

Which summarises that thread quite neatly.
 
Posted by Teufelchen (# 10158) on :
 
St Stephen the Great Manipled Mutineer

Revered throughout Christendom for his forthrightness on liturgical dress.

T.
 
Posted by Max. (# 5846) on :
 
Where do we get our... Ponty'n'pop

Threshers


Max
 
Posted by quirky_beth (# 5696) on :
 
I should like to point....St. Punk the Piuous.

Because my gun is out of bullets.
 
Posted by Spike (# 36) on :
 
Where do we get our anteater

Why, from the anteater shop of course
 
Posted by Triple Tiara (# 9556) on :
 
The Gospel of John pimple
er, is that in that thing you call the apocrypha?

And then there is also

God's treatment of Father Gregory
He redeemed him? or what?
 
Posted by grushi (# 11938) on :
 
Religion of the English U

I love a vowel cult as much as the next white-robed fanatic, but this one seems just a little exclusive.
 
Posted by MouseThief (# 953) on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by grushi:
Religion of the English U

I love a vowel cult as much as the next white-robed fanatic, but this one seems just a little exclusive.

Yuu'ru Rught, uf cuursu.
 
Posted by Spiffy da WonderSheep (# 5267) on :
 
Does God Suffer Inward... (IngoB)

I heard they have a pill for that now, take it for a couple of weeks and the problem's cleared right up.
 
Posted by grushi (# 11938) on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by MouseThief:
quote:
Originally posted by grushi:
Religion of the English U

I love a vowel cult as much as the next white-robed fanatic, but this one seems just a little exclusive.

Yuu'ru Rught, uf cuursu.
Thunks fur thu suppurt, Muusthuf.
 
Posted by grushi (# 11938) on :
 
what do you think of Timothy the Obscure

Nice but hard to understand.
 
Posted by Lots of Yay (# 2790) on :
 
God's treatment of fungus

I think once daily application of terbinafine cream for a week should just about clear it up.
 
Posted by Wesley J (# 6075) on :
 
Posting Polls on Potential... Melon

... is not an alliteration, I'm afraid, and 'potential pear' would be much better.
 
Posted by LeRoc (# 3216) on :
 
Can't give it up (Moo)

No worries. Everyone who feels the urge to make cow sounds should be free to do so. Live and let live, I'd say.
 
Posted by dolphy (# 862) on :
 
New Bishop of Oxford...Starbelly

Interesting concept! [Snigger]
 
Posted by mirrizin (# 11014) on :
 
It is somebody's problem...Living in Gin

OK, somebody needs to go to an AA meeting pronto!
 
Posted by grushi (# 11938) on :
 
Streaker at Christ's Moo

Crowd control at big-name Moos is always a problem
 
Posted by Matrix (# 3452) on :
 
Mark Driscoll is a...
Melon

well, that just about sums that up then!
 
Posted by Spiffy da WonderSheep (# 5267) on :
 
Should one elbow their (Meaculpa)

Yes. Frequently and with sufficient force.
 
Posted by kentishmaid (# 4767) on :
 
Brits are a pile of Cod

Well, I didn't think we smelt that fishy!
 
Posted by Wesley J (# 6075) on :
 
Brits are a pile of... Schroedinger's cat

Would explain the cases of radioactive poisoning.
 
Posted by MouseThief (# 953) on :
 
Confused priest needs Angloid

Boy that is confused.
 
Posted by Papio (# 4201) on :
 
A Bishop Walks Into Babybear

Ooo! I would run if I were you! Bishops are nasty great animals! [Big Grin]
 
Posted by Matrix (# 3452) on :
 
How to treat Newbies
(Pânts)

Seems a bit harsh if we're an open community

ITTWACW
 
Posted by Arcadia (# 12096) on :
 
Where do we get our Freddy

Specialist vendors, I'd say.
 
Posted by Zappa (# 8433) on :
 
A Bishop walks into ... Chorister he thought she was an actress.

The Theology behind ... GoodCatholicLad Two thousand years of unbroken tradition
 
Posted by mirrizin (# 11014) on :
 
It's What I Do...Custard

Yes. I'm a bonafide custard-maker.
 
Posted by Henry Troup (# 3722) on :
 
How to avoid having Horseman Bree

I'd approach that Caerphilly myself.
 
Posted by grushi (# 11938) on :
 
Evensong and Special Hooker's Trick

It's disgraceful what churches these days will do for attention. Evensong. How tawdry.
 
Posted by Arcadia (# 12096) on :
 
Where do we get our grushi

From grushi bars, natch.
But careful now, you know that it'll give you a dicky tum!
 
Posted by LeRoc (# 3216) on :
 
Consumerism of the Merchand Trader


Well, you would expect them to be consumerists, wouldn't you?
 
Posted by Paul W. (# 1450) on :
 
Consumerism of the anteater

Well, I suppose they do consume a lot...
 
Posted by Smudgie (# 2716) on :
 
Brits are a pile of.... Melon

I've been called many things in my time but never a mountain of uninspired fruit salad!
 
Posted by Gwai (# 11076) on :
 
Brits are a pile of ham and eggs.

You breakfasts you!
 
Posted by Matrix (# 3452) on :
 
Where do we get our...Grushi

Well, i go to Yo Grushi! mostly, but occasionally get a takeaway from Waitrose..

M
 
Posted by Bishops Finger (# 5430) on :
 
confused priest needs......the coiled spring

Oh, I don't think so. Definitely not.

Ian J.
 
Posted by Stevie Boy Wonder (# 11869) on :
 
How much does the Ship change The Undiscovered Country

Well, for starters, if the Ship finds it, the Undiscovered Country won't be undiscovered anymore...
 
Posted by Pure as the Driven Yellow Snow (# 9397) on :
 
How to treat newbies... Pure as the Driven Yellow Snow

Send 'em to Hell
 
Posted by infinite_monkey (# 11333) on :
 
books that would make a good...Josephine.

Accept no imitations-- she's fabulous just as she is!
 
Posted by Alan Cresswell (# 31) on :
 
Have we talked about ... Smudgie

Have we ever stopped talking about Smudgie? Subject of endless gossip and rumour.
 
Posted by Smudgie (# 2716) on :
 
[Eek!] [Paranoid]
 
Posted by LeRoc (# 3216) on :
 
Ropes or nails? (pimple)

I would say: just squeeze it.
 
Posted by LeRoc (# 3216) on :
 
Are the British less Russ


Yes. The Russions are Russ. But the British are definitively less Russ.
 
Posted by Arcadia (# 12096) on :
 
Lard@$$ children get PeaceFeet

Aw, bless.
 
Posted by Stevie Boy Wonder (# 11869) on :
 
Last Rites? (Hooker's Trick)

Talk about going out with a bang...
 
Posted by Stevie Boy Wonder (# 11869) on :
 
Yes, I know, double posting and all, but there's a bumper harvest of them at the moment. Such as...

College removes cross Alogon
...until he's calmed down a bit, anyway.
 
Posted by Spiffy da WonderSheep (# 5267) on :
 
How they know it was (SteveTom)

Looked at his name badge, I wager.
 
Posted by LeRoc (# 3216) on :
 
Little Britain - the Lookin


Look to the left... Look to the right... So, this is Little Britain.
 
Posted by Pure Sunshine (# 11904) on :
 
Kerygmania - How do they know it was babybear

Well, the chair was just right, the porridge was just right, the bed was just right ...
 
Posted by Golden Key (# 1468) on :
 
College removes cross Zach82


Naughty Zach! [Big Grin]
 
Posted by Paul W. (# 1450) on :
 
Brits are a pile of Scooby-Doo

That's gotta be Cockney rhyming slang, right?
 
Posted by grushi (# 11938) on :
 
Is it just me, or is andrewschmidt

That's a bit harsh - I'm sure Andrew's fine once you get to know him. Oh, schmidt.
 
Posted by mirrizin (# 11014) on :
 
Lord, lead me not into duchess

Oh, but she's so much fun to bump into!
 
Posted by Kelly Alves (# 2522) on :
 
College removes cross Cod

Nothing crankier than a fish out of water.
 
Posted by grushi (# 11938) on :
 
The Theology behind infinite_monkey

In the beginning was the monkey, and the monkey went on and on, without stopping.
 
Posted by infinite_monkey (# 11333) on :
 
Amen. [Angel]
 
Posted by Arcadia (# 12096) on :
 
How they know it was the giant cheeseburger

After careful forensic examination of the evidence, the greasy stain gave it away.
 
Posted by gizzie (# 11715) on :
 
Evangelical Christians take over Teddybear

in order to avoid an aggressive liberal buy out?
 
Posted by Spiffy da WonderSheep (# 5267) on :
 
Brits are a pile of (Scooby-Doo)

Now, now, there's no need to resort to name calling.
 
Posted by Wesley J (# 6075) on :
 
Service Sheets (Hooker's Trick)

Yup, better service those sheets. Hygiene is paramount in that business.
 
Posted by Henry Troup (# 3722) on :
 
College removes cross trebuchet

Is that a weapon of Mass destruction?
 
Posted by MouseThief (# 953) on :
 
The historicity of the Myrrh

I can believe the gold, and maybe the frankincense, but....
 
Posted by infinite_monkey (# 11333) on :
 
Mark's Gospel and the (Cuppa T)

And lo, the five thousand drank from it and were satisfied, and the apostles gathered six bushels of cucumber sandwiches from the leavings.
 
Posted by Timothy the Obscure (# 292) on :
 
Why not just have a Otter

Because I've already got six cats and two dogs!
 
Posted by dolphy (# 862) on :
 
Lord lead me not into Chorister

and deliver me from auditions,

for Thine is the music, the rehearsals and the concerts.

For ever, and ever, out of tune! [Razz]
 
Posted by grushi (# 11938) on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by infinite_monkey:
Mark's Gospel and the (Cuppa T)

And lo, the five thousand drank from it and were satisfied, and the apostles gathered six bushels of cucumber sandwiches from the leavings.

Gold.

Why not just have a duchess

Because I'm holding out for a viscount, dammit. Some of us have standards.
 
Posted by Spiffy da WonderSheep (# 5267) on :
 
Why not just have a (starbelly)

Because the Starbelly Sneetches went down to the beaches to use Sylvester McMonkey McBean's star-belly off machine.
 
Posted by comet (# 10353) on :
 
Why not just have a comet

If you're going to eat a reindeer, comet is the best of the 8! She's low fat, young and tender, and scientifically proven high in betaKerotine!
 
Posted by Stevie Boy Wonder (# 11869) on :
 
OK, what did I miss? Sir Kevin

Bugger. Hopefully I'll get a better shot on him next time...
 
Posted by mirrizin (# 11014) on :
 
Why not just have a Curiosity Killed?

Better that than the cat, I'm sure!
 
Posted by Wesley J (# 6075) on :
 
Why not just have a... chive

Greeneries are very good for you indeed. [Cool]
 
Posted by mirrizin (# 11014) on :
 
Why not just have a trebuchet

Seriously! Those old catapaults are so Roman Empire!
 
Posted by Spiffy da WonderSheep (# 5267) on :
 
Is it just me, or is (Molopata the Rebel)

I don't know, we'll just have to wait and see, nu?
 
Posted by infinite_monkey (# 11333) on :
 
Is it just me, or is..Molopata the rebel?

Perhaps he is.
 
Posted by Sioni Sais (# 5713) on :
 
Lake of fire burning with franknhonest

I've never been sure what the fuel would be. Now I know.
 
Posted by gizzie (# 11715) on :
 
Why not just have a Gort
all that armour looks rather indigestible to me. I think I'd rather have a cupcake instead.
 
Posted by Left at the Altar (# 5077) on :
 
Why not just have a duck

After all, children can be so tiresome with their endless questions.
 
Posted by Spiffy da WonderSheep (# 5267) on :
 
What do you think of (Meaculpa)

My lawyer has advised me not to comment.
 
Posted by Wesley J (# 6075) on :
 
Why not just have a... Golden Key

Dump the silver one and go for real luxury!
 
Posted by Mamacita (# 3659) on :
 
What do you think of . . . Spiffy da WonderSheep

I think she's pretty hilarious.
 
Posted by wesleyswig (# 5436) on :
 
Quantum mechanics and...(Father Gregory)

Is there more to life than this?

regards
John
 
Posted by Sioni Sais (# 5713) on :
 
The Real Meaning of Ariel

It's that metal thing that sticks out of a radio or TV to pick up the signal.

(apologies: sp)
 
Posted by mirrizin (# 11014) on :
 
Doubting Gwai

Somehow that doesn't seem to be very wise, at least from this perspective...
 
Posted by Sioni Sais (# 5713) on :
 
Leo leo Leo, leo, leo, leo, leo, leo, leo, leo......

Some of these threads do go on a bit. [Biased]
 
Posted by Liturgy Queen (# 11596) on :
 
I'm too literal for Liturgy Queen

It's okay, Gordon Cheng, I still love you as a Christian brother.

Starbucks, may you roast Amanda B. Reckondwythe

Touch Miss Amanda and die. [Devil]
 
Posted by Stevie Boy Wonder (# 11869) on :
 
Who owns your church? (Paul TH*)

Ah, OK. I had been wondering...
 
Posted by Henry Troup (# 3722) on :
 
Why not just have a duchess?

An excellent idea. Next time the position of Governor-General of Canada becomes vacant, come on down!

[ 18. December 2006, 23:05: Message edited by: Henry Troup ]
 
Posted by mirrizin (# 11014) on :
 
Who Owns Your Church? the giant cheeseburger

McSanctuary? Would you like fries with that holy wafer? [Help]
 
Posted by infinite_monkey (# 11333) on :
 
Lord, lead me not into rugasaw...

...as it sounds like it might hurt.
 
Posted by duchess (# 2764) on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by Sioni Sais:
Leo leo Leo, leo, leo, leo, leo, leo, leo, leo......

Some of these threads do go on a bit. [Biased]

I am hearing a song from the 70s in my head every cotton-picking time I see that thread. I just can not click on it now!
 
Posted by duchess (# 2764) on :
 
Evangelical Christians...(duchess)
Ah, why, yes sir, I am. [Angel]
 
Posted by Autenrieth Road (# 10509) on :
 
Why not just have a Ship Secret Santa 2006

Hey, great idea! Do you think we can get Sinistærial to organize it?
 
Posted by Talmudnik (# 9339) on :
 
How did they know what Moo?

Not being fluent in Guernsey, Jersey or Holstein, I'm not suprised that they didn't know which moo to use!
 
Posted by Sioni Sais (# 5713) on :
 
Good old Parish Church Nightlamp

Without which we would all walk into the lych-gate, trip over headstones and stumble through those pesky flowers strewn all over the graveyard. [Biased]
 
Posted by Jahlove (# 10290) on :
 
Things you never want ... Apricotmuffins


Oh, they sound rather delicious to me
 
Posted by Henry Troup (# 3722) on :
 
Doctrinal God vs. Good infinite_monkey

And on the undercard, King Kong vs. Godzilla
 
Posted by infinite_monkey (# 11333) on :
 
Though it's a choice no one should have to make, my dollar's still on the monkey.
 
Posted by MouseThief (# 953) on :
 
Why not just have a MouseThief

I didn't realize there were enough of me to go around!
 
Posted by Wesley J (# 6075) on :
 
Starbucks, may you... tomb

Yes, but whom? -
Well, yourself. -
Now you're doomed!
 
Posted by Wesley J (# 6075) on :
 
How did they know what... Moo

Research by cowilinguists.
 
Posted by Autenrieth Road (# 10509) on :
 
Extreme Savings - the (Moth)

No. No, no, no. I am not saving dead moths. They can go in the trash along with the dead spiders.
 
Posted by mirrizin (# 11014) on :
 
Evangelicalism Why? The Atheist

Wait, I thought it was the other way around...
 
Posted by Sioni Sais (# 5713) on :
 
Dead Horse Titles and Duchess

I think Duchess is a bit much. Maybe a Doctorate or even Professor, but nothing sacred or too distinguished.
 
Posted by Papio (# 4201) on :
 
We have had two classics this evening already:

Support - who needs pants?

Can a moose stand on OliviaG?
 
Posted by Jack the Lass (# 3415) on :
 
I'm a sock, you're pants

Help, the underwear drawer is taking over!
 
Posted by Autenrieth Road (# 10509) on :
 
Can a moose stand on Papio while he is standing on his head reciting the Lord's Prayer backwards?
 
Posted by Kelly Alves (# 2522) on :
 
Lord, lead me not into Janine

I might run into a banana along the way.
 
Posted by comet (# 10353) on :
 
Chicklegirl, Welease MouseThief

I know he can be a little abrasive sometimes, but that is no reason to lock him in the basement!

Yikes! Marvin the Martian (slight edit)

how many times has a newbie in Hell said something just like that?

[ 24. December 2006, 15:07: Message edited by: comet ]
 
Posted by comet (# 10353) on :
 
H&A Days: Revolting comet
only before my morning coffee.

There's a moose loose Wairua
go catch it!
 
Posted by Stevie Boy Wonder (# 11869) on :
 
What's my problem? PeteCanada

Is it that Woderwick's still a few thousand posts ahead of you, Pete?
 
Posted by Balaam (# 4543) on :
 
The Atheist defines Dinghy Sailor

Someone who puts to sea in a small boat.
 
Posted by Papio (# 4201) on :
 
The Atheist Defines Erin

Um. I think not.
 
Posted by Campbellite (# 1202) on :
 
Cats, if it please...Campbellite

I think not.
 
Posted by infinite_monkey (# 11333) on :
 
Unwanted Christmas Liverpool Fan

As I support the opposing team.
(which sport is it, anyway?...)
 
Posted by Wesley J (# 6075) on :
 
Resurrecting a derailed... BroJames

Thomas and his friends do all they can to help, Butch the towtruck is there too, and the Fat Controller is pleased that all ends well.
 
Posted by mirrizin (# 11014) on :
 
Christmas? Is it biblical? Moo

Spoken like a true buddhist.

It made me think of this koan in particular.
 
Posted by Keren-Happuch (# 9818) on :
 
Just logged on to see:

Robbing Peter to pay The Great Gumby -

I don't approve of robbery, but what's thine is mine!
 
Posted by gizzie (# 11715) on :
 
So now she's dumped ...Wood

And just before the New Year as well.
Wood Dumping ought to be made illegal.
 
Posted by gizzie (# 11715) on :
 
The futility of debates with .. Noiseboy

you can't hear yourself speak
 
Posted by Corpus cani (# 1663) on :
 
Unwanted Christmas Papio

should be put in the recyclinio binio.
 
Posted by infinite_monkey (# 11333) on :
 
Not everyone can accept Afghan

But those who can will find either a loyal pet, a comfy blanket, or a tasty near-eastern cuisine.
 
Posted by Auntie Doris (# 9433) on :
 
Very much wanted Christmas... Pants

Auntie Doris & SBW
 
Posted by Kelly Alves (# 2522) on :
 
I shot the maximum frin

But I did not shoot the de- pu- ty....
 
Posted by grushi (# 11938) on :
 
Will ANY of you attempt The Atheist

I did, but in the end I gave up and moved all the stickers around.
 
Posted by Kelly Alves (# 2522) on :
 
I get it! I get it!
 
Posted by Esmeralda (# 582) on :
 
Ring in the new... Hart

A new heart is always welcome.
 
Posted by grushi (# 11938) on :
 
Huzzah! The memories got me so sidetracked I looked up the guy who invented it and added him to my celebrity deathlist.
 
Posted by grushi (# 11938) on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by Kelly Alves:
I get it! I get it!

Huzzah! The memories got me so sidetracked I looked up the guy who invented it and added him to my celebrity deathlist.

[sorry for double posting. damn flood control]

[ 31. December 2006, 11:34: Message edited by: grushi ]
 
Posted by Kelly Alves (# 2522) on :
 
Shipmates expecting Grits

...should content themselves with home fries.
 
Posted by Chorister (# 473) on :
 
the post-evangelical melon


better taste, presumably?
 
Posted by Trudy Scrumptious (# 5647) on :
 
So, what makes you Trudy Scrumptious?

Ooh, I think it's my delicious cream-filled centre!
 
Posted by Trudy Scrumptious (# 5647) on :
 
Whom can we stone? (the coiled spring)

Bad idea ... likely to get a rock in your face if you try that.
 
Posted by Zingara (# 12068) on :
 
Fractured Christianity - A feminine force

[Big Grin]
 
Posted by Janine (# 3337) on :
 
I am SO glad altarbird got in a post after me on the Hell thread "Am I An Arsehole?"

I fear to hear the resounding chorus of Yes! Yes! Yes! if my name sits up there very long.

[ 01. January 2007, 21:34: Message edited by: Janine ]
 
Posted by Spiffy da WonderSheep (# 5267) on :
 
Will ANY of you attempt (Ham 'n Eggs)

Well, on this New Year's Day, I think all I'm up to is some weak tea and toast...
 
Posted by Henry Troup (# 3722) on :
 
Was God active before My Duck?

Of course, ducks weren't created until the fourth day.
 
Posted by Liturgy Queen (# 11596) on :
 
Not everyone can accept Freddy

[Frown] Why not? What's not to love?
 
Posted by mountainsnowtiger (# 11152) on :
 
So what makes you Alan Cresswell?

Presumably, the fact that that's the name on his passport and his birth certificate. Giving a more philosophical answer to the question might necessitate some very long and involved posts
 
Posted by Spiffy da WonderSheep (# 5267) on :
 
So what makes you (Custard)

Liberal amounts of heavy cream and egg yolks.
 
Posted by Pure Sunshine (# 11904) on :
 
He is deceased! (Curiosity killed ...)

Well, that solves that mystery then.
 
Posted by Gwai (# 11076) on :
 
Unwanted Christmas Doublethink
 
Posted by grushi (# 11938) on :
 
Crucifixion, Jews, Freddy

Freddy was behind the grassy knoll.
 
Posted by MouseThief (# 953) on :
 
Jesus increased infinite_monkey

Only God in the flesh could work such a paradoxical miracle.
 
Posted by Zingara (# 12068) on :
 
Will any of you attempt Schtum?

Sometimes I attempt schtum, unfortunately I'm far too much of a chatterbox to ever succeed...
 
Posted by mirrizin (# 11014) on :
 
I used to work in Chicago...mirrizin

Now there's an OP I don't ever want to see in the foreseeable future!
 
Posted by Adeodatus (# 4992) on :
 
Celebrity Big Brother ... Not Too Bad

Oh, but it is! It really is!!
 
Posted by infinite_monkey (# 11333) on :
 
21st Century Animal...Custard
[Projectile]

At last, a justification for the vomiting smiley!

Also, although it may be poor form to reference your own handle, I found Fractured Christianity...Infinite Monkey to be a nice encapsulation of the triumph-of-Darwinism worst-case-scenario that keeps many conservatives tossing in their beds at night.
 
Posted by Autenrieth Road (# 10509) on :
 
Isn't Christ's life Pointless Preaching

This is [Killing me] too much to say anything more!
 
Posted by infinite_monkey (# 11333) on :
 
Pat Robertson's Conversations...Living in Gin

I always suspected as much.
 
Posted by 8bit Micro (# 10395) on :
 
Is the Church of England... Matt Black

Always thought there was more gloss to it than that!

8.
 
Posted by The Great Gumby (# 10989) on :
 
I had it down as beige, with splodges of pink. [Devil]
 
Posted by Keren-Happuch (# 9818) on :
 
Is the Church of England My Duck?

Er, no, not the last time I looked.
 
Posted by Chorister (# 473) on :
 
children's party games - jellycurl


Actually, jelly curling could be quite a fun item for the next Winter Olympics, as well.....
 
Posted by Papio (# 4201) on :
 
Is The Church of England My Duck?

It seems rather unlikely.

Republican Right-Wing New Yorker

Ya think? [Razz]
 
Posted by gizzie (# 11715) on :
 
Jesus increased... Freddy

We are sceptical.
I think it was the Christmas pudding and cream cakes myself.
 
Posted by Wesley J (# 6075) on :
 
The Nine O'Clock Service...(Melon)

Makes for frugal worship.
 
Posted by Autenrieth Road (# 10509) on :
 
The Ford Funeral (tomb)

is in Michigan
 
Posted by Zingara (# 12068) on :
 
Mary, the Ark of the... Leetle Masha

and

Theology/religious... Jonah the Whale

[Big Grin]
 
Posted by Chorister (# 473) on :
 
Why not just have a persephone hazard.

So much safer than broken glass or a 12 inch carving knife.....
 
Posted by Stevie Boy Wonder (# 11869) on :
 
Ship's Clock (Pants)

Oh, come on, it's not that bad, tells the time OK...
 
Posted by Zingara (# 12068) on :
 
God makes them believe... Moo

<<insert witty comment here>>
 
Posted by Chorister (# 473) on :
 
Why not just have a twilight?

Oh no, not for me, thanks - I've eaten far too many chocolate mints this Christmas.....
 
Posted by Earwig (# 12057) on :
 
Ooh, just spotted

Blessed Sacrament Webcam... justlookin

Well, joining in would be a challenge.
 
Posted by Spiffy da WonderSheep (# 5267) on :
 
The Atheist defines (Boviwanjoshobi)

I'm glad someone did, I don't know what it means myself.
 
Posted by Wesley J (# 6075) on :
 
Grandson of FLP (Famous... Spiffy da WonderSheep)

More of a granddaughter, I'd say.
 
Posted by Stevie Boy Wonder (# 11869) on :
 
Signs you're wearing... Saint Bertelin

Really, sweetie, his new spring collection is marvellous...
 
Posted by dolphy (# 862) on :
 
Why not just have a Chive

Because basil tastes nicer.
 
Posted by Zingara (# 12068) on :
 
Signs you're wearing Cranmer's Baggage

Surely you'd have noticed?!
 
Posted by duchess (# 2764) on :
 
Overweight and Attractiveness duchess

Hehe! [Killing me]
 
Posted by Spiffy da WonderSheep (# 5267) on :
 
The Blessed Virgin's (Foxy)

Not. Saying. Anything.
 
Posted by infinite_monkey (# 11333) on :
 
Didn't we just have several threads about whether or not she acted on this foxiness?
 
Posted by Rev per Minute (# 69) on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by Keren-Happuch:
Is the Church of England My Duck?

Er, no, not the last time I looked.

It is in Leicester [Razz]
 
Posted by Trudy Scrumptious (# 5647) on :
 
Why not just have a Telepath?

It would simplify a lot of communications issues.
 
Posted by Gwai (# 11076) on :
 
Not everyone can accept Kelly Alves

Well, between the walking around with an axe and the talking to crows... [Biased]
 
Posted by Wet Kipper (# 1654) on :
 
If you could recommend...Custard

I'd go for the thick, creamy yellow stuff they used to serve in school, and put pepper in it.

No, seriously ! Pepper in Custard. It works in a wierd way, like Balsamic vinegar on Strawberries, or Chilli and chocolate.

[ 10. January 2007, 10:38: Message edited by: Wet Kipper ]
 
Posted by Balaam (# 4543) on :
 
Why not just have a CrookedCucumber

The supermaket only sells straight ones.
 
Posted by Sioni Sais (# 5713) on :
 
Who's gonna die in the giant cheeseburger

Someone, or at any rate something, has already died but I'd rather not ask.

[ 10. January 2007, 12:29: Message edited by: Sioni Sais ]
 
Posted by Papio (# 4201) on :
 
Exeter CU Made To Rename Alan Cresswell

Doesn't Flausa get a say?
 
Posted by Foaming Draught (# 9134) on :
 
Why not just have a Telepath

I knew you were going to post that .....
 
Posted by Jahlove (# 10290) on :
 
Spam: A new low Ariel

those old high receivers only pick up corned beef
 
Posted by kentishmaid (# 4767) on :
 
Short notice of drinking kentishmaid

But I don't want people to drink me! Particularly at short notice.
 
Posted by Stevie Boy Wonder (# 11869) on :
 
Riverfalls - shamefully Pants

No comment...
 
Posted by Chorister (# 473) on :
 
Cadbury World ship curiosity killed....

yeah, we're no longer interested in chocolate *yawn* [Disappointed]


(ha! as if.....)
 
Posted by infinite_monkey (# 11333) on :
 
Recipe Thread The... Spiffy the WonderSheep


Mmm, miraculous lamb kebobs.

[ 12. January 2007, 01:47: Message edited by: infinite_monkey ]
 
Posted by Keren-Happuch (# 9818) on :
 
1,000,000 dollars a Schrodinger's Cat

Take the money or open the box??
 
Posted by mirrizin (# 11014) on :
 
THe Atheist Defined Beautiful Dreamer

Well, she's beautiful, and she's dreaming. And that's all we can know. Anything beyond that is pointless speculation! SO STOP SPECULATING, DAMMIT!
 
Posted by Sioni Sais (# 5713) on :
 
Exeter CU force to rename Nightlamp

"Hencefore it shall be 'That Bright Thing on the Wall'"

..and about the only bright thing about Exeter Uni. at the moment if you ask me (which you didn't).
 
Posted by Trudy Scrumptious (# 5647) on :
 
Who's gonna die in Trudy Scrumptious?

Perhaps Mr. Scrumptious, if he's very lucky, many many years hence. Tragic, sure, but what a way to go!
 
Posted by Jahlove (# 10290) on :
 
Revealing Christ and Sir Pellinore (ret’d)

And I thought those double monstrances would never catch on!
 
Posted by Foaming Draught (# 9134) on :
 
More US troops going Melon

I thought the term was 'pear-shaped'?
 
Posted by Auntie Doris (# 9433) on :
 
Trimming the Fat with... Auntie Doris

The title of my new fitness video [Smile]

Auntie Doris x
 
Posted by dj_ordinaire (# 4643) on :
 
I've just noticed that Bishop Randerson is embracing... oh, all sorts of people, including self... There's a gift to FLP!
 
Posted by Foaming Draught (# 9134) on :
 
Bishop Randerson embraces dj_ordinaire

philia, agape or eros?
 
Posted by Earwig (# 12057) on :
 
Spotted yesterday, but I didn't have time to post:

Ironic punishments (RooK)

But what could you do to deserve that?!
 
Posted by mirrizin (# 11014) on :
 
Does God understand Moo

Is this the Christian equivalent to "Does the dog have buddha-nature?"
 
Posted by Ultracrepidarian (# 9679) on :
 
Clergy - hearing the Moo

So, when did you first believe that God was calling you to minister to bovines?
 
Posted by Sioni Sais (# 5713) on :
 
Sunday School for the lazystudent

No detention, but you'll never get to heaven.
 
Posted by churchgeek (# 5557) on :
 
Best ever incoming Gort

But don't get so caught up in the awe of it that you forget to duck!


The Athiest defines RooK

Apparently, a close scrutiny of RooK does not lead one to a belief in God.
 
Posted by duchess (# 2764) on :
 
Ironic Punishment Kelly Alves
Isn't that ironic, dontcha think? It's like having a bunch of axes when all your need is one knife...
 
Posted by Gwai (# 11076) on :
 
The Atheist defines Mertseger

Funny, Mertseger, seems one of the last people to let someone else define him.
 
Posted by WatersOfBabylon (# 11893) on :
 
Bishop Randerson embraces The Athiest

[Axe murder] awww...
 
Posted by LeRoc (# 3216) on :
 
Is sex the secret of... (A Feminine Force)

Well, perhaps not the whole secret, but I would guess that there is at least some of it involved.
 
Posted by Chelley (# 11322) on :
 
But it was a... Pigwidgeon

[and you don't see many of those!!]

[ 19. January 2007, 14:01: Message edited by: Chelley ]
 
Posted by Henry Troup (# 3722) on :
 
Is sex the secret of duchess?

Well, it's likely one of them!
 
Posted by the giant cheeseburger (# 10942) on :
 
1,000,000 dollars a Mousethief

Doesn't get you that much per post!
 
Posted by Liturgy Queen (# 11596) on :
 
Blessing instead of Liturgy Queen

For those not in a state of fabulousness.

[ 20. January 2007, 23:30: Message edited by: Liturgy Queen ]
 
Posted by Henry Troup (# 3722) on :
 
Angelus immediately Liturgy Queen

Heaven can't wait!
 
Posted by Zappa (# 8433) on :
 
The Atheist defines ... Pure as the Driven Yellow Snow

Someone had to

ETA

Not everyone can accept ... ken (awww ... 's'alright, Ken ... because I'm a Christian I accept you just the way you are [Snigger] )

[ 21. January 2007, 22:02: Message edited by: Zappa ]
 
Posted by Wesley J (# 6075) on :
 
The New, Improved,... Eutychus

Now bouncing back when falling out of windows!
 
Posted by dolphy (# 862) on :
 
Whil I do not want to belittle the importance of the prayer thread, this one made me smile:

Prayer Requests...CuppaT

How very soothing and comforting.
 
Posted by mirrizin (# 11014) on :
 
Where Does Evil Come From...Freddy

Well, I'm glad that one's sorted out! Now if only we could figure out where the first egg came from...
 
Posted by duchess (# 2764) on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by Henry Troup:
Is sex the secret of duchess?

Well, it's likely one of them!

Hehe. Me and chocolate are best friends right now.
Nothing to see here, move along... [Biased]
 
Posted by Rossweisse (# 2349) on :
 
The New, Improved,... Laura

What was wrong with the old one?
 
Posted by Autenrieth Road (# 10509) on :
 
Veiling crosses (not ORGANMEISTER

...the musician shouted, struggling on the organ bench with a very determined Altar Guild lady.
 
Posted by the giant cheeseburger (# 10942) on :
 
What the hell is this Schroedinger's Cat?

It's a dog by the look of it!
 
Posted by Stevie Boy Wonder (# 11869) on :
 
Who are you calling Telepath

I would have thought you'd know that already... [Razz]
 
Posted by Smudgie (# 2716) on :
 
Apologies if this one has been done before, but..

Not everyone can accept... Amazing Grace
but the truly amazing thing about it is that it's there for them anyway - that's why it's called grace [Big Grin]
 
Posted by Henry Troup (# 3722) on :
 
Should homosexuals chive

with baked potato and sour cream, certainly.
 
Posted by mirrizin (# 11014) on :
 
Mr. Bush's State of Exiled Papist

Our president is an excommunicated Catholic??? What else hasn't he been telling us???
 
Posted by MouseThief (# 953) on :
 
Is sex the secret of Janine

Don't secrets have to be kind of ... well ... secret?
 
Posted by alienfromzog (# 5327) on :
 
From whence the Bible...Freddy

Should I be concerned that Freddy appears to be the source of evil and the bible? Doesn't that have important theological implications?
 
Posted by alienfromzog (# 5327) on :
 
I think I need to post of the Is sex the secret of getting closer to God thread just so I can get added to the impressive list of people for whom it has been speculated that sex is their secret....

AFZ
 
Posted by Timothy the Obscure (# 292) on :
 
Who are you calling Telepath?

If you don't know, I guess it's not you....
 
Posted by mirrizin (# 11014) on :
 
The "solution" to militant mirrizin

I don't know. You'll have to ask Gwai how she does it.
 
Posted by Pure Sunshine (# 11904) on :
 
If my memory serves me correctly, a day or two ago we had:

Does God understand Zwingli

Now, I know that the writings of theologians can be difficult to understand, but if the God under discussion doesn't get it ... [Biased]
 
Posted by Choirboy (# 9659) on :
 
Who are you calling...Left at the Altar

Kill Bill V - The Bride is Back!
 
Posted by MouseThief (# 953) on :
 
The 'solution' to militant Cod

Fish 'n' Chips!
 
Posted by Foaming Draught (# 9134) on :
 
like the MouseThief

Is this a new Kendrick song?
 
Posted by Keren-Happuch (# 9818) on :
 
The answer's trinitarian Melon

Sounds interesting, but what's the question?
 
Posted by mirrizin (# 11014) on :
 
Please tell me something mirrizin...

I guarantee you that I'll find some way to make you regret that request in the very near future...
 
Posted by Jahlove (# 10290) on :
 
The development of Autenrieth Road

During this time, traffic diversions will be in place. We apologize for any inconvenience.
 
Posted by infinite_monkey (# 11333) on :
 
Sacraments and the...Foaming Draught.

[Ultra confused] So much for Christian temperance.
 
Posted by dolphy (# 862) on :
 
Eagle Swings Hot Flausa

Must be her age [Razz]
 
Posted by Kelly Alves (# 2522) on :
 
( [Snigger] [Snigger] [Snigger] )

Should homosexuals Lyda Rose

Hey, ya shuddn't lyda anyone, regardless of your sexual orientation.
 
Posted by MouseThief (# 953) on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by Kelly Alves:
Should homosexuals Lyda Rose

Hey, ya shuddn't lyda anyone, regardless of your sexual orientation.

GROOOOOOAN! [Big Grin]
 
Posted by Wesley J (# 6075) on :
 
Are we baptised into... Melon

Or can we choose any other fruit?
 
Posted by Rossweisse (# 2349) on :
 
Are we baptised into... Grits

Only on the Heavenly "Displaced Southerners" thread.

Ross
 
Posted by Kelly Alves (# 2522) on :
 
What Bush should have (Laura)

Well, DUH!
 
Posted by Henry Troup (# 3722) on :
 
"But it was a Left at the Altar"

Another processional catastrophe?
 
Posted by Henry Troup (# 3722) on :
 
The Displaced Southerner's Scarlett

"Ashleigh, oh Ashleigh!"
 
Posted by Ena (# 11545) on :
 
OK,it's me, but I had to put this one:
Purgatory:
Why do you believe...Ena
Very good question. Any answers?
 
Posted by alienfromzog (# 5327) on :
 
St Charles, King and My Duck

Surely that's moonlighting?

Anyway Ena, I believe you because you're sweet and lovely.

AFZ
 
Posted by Eutychus (# 3081) on :
 
Why would you proselytize andreas1984

I'm sure many people would have a long list of reasons...
 
Posted by Liturgy Queen (# 11596) on :
 
St. Charles, King and Liturgy Queen

How appropriate, and yet I'd never have guessed!
 
Posted by gizzie (# 11715) on :
 
The new, improved Esmeralda
better get on that thread too- I think I could do with improvement
 
Posted by Wesley J (# 6075) on :
 
Why would you proselytize... Melon

We only ever eat baptised fruit. How else will they know they're going to see the Lord when we devour them!
 
Posted by mirrizin (# 11014) on :
 
Why would you proselytize andreas1984

Maybe I'm just a sucker for punishment... [Snigger]
 
Posted by Eutychus (# 3081) on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by mirrizin:
Why would you proselytize andreas1984

Maybe I'm just a sucker for punishment... [Snigger]

Scroll up!
 
Posted by Foaming Draught (# 9134) on :
 
Why would you proselytize Leetle Masha

We need someone to translate Dostoevsky for the Sunday School [Biased]
 
Posted by Leetle Masha (# 8209) on :
 
[Killing me]

Australia, Australia, Australia, we love you Amen!

M
 
Posted by Henry Troup (# 3722) on :
 
The Displaced Southerner's Amazing Grace

"Thank you, Lord, for hominy that isn't instant..."
 
Posted by Autenrieth Road (# 10509) on :
 
God: mean, misanthropic, Autenrieth Road

Yes, yes, it's revealed, I am God! And you all better do as I say! (Brandishes Hostly box of tealights menacingly).

(And cause I'm God, I get to post my own FLP [Razz] [Big Grin] [Biased] )

(* Trips and falls down stairs. *)
 
Posted by alienfromzog (# 5327) on :
 
Need for Second Comings Freddy

[Eek!] [Eek!] [Eek!] [Eek!] [Eek!]

He's quite busy this Freedy - the source of evil, the source of the bible and now this...

[ 02. February 2007, 09:54: Message edited by: alienfromzog ]
 
Posted by Henry Troup (# 3722) on :
 
Why would you proselytize Melon?

I don't. I sprinkle it with cinnamon, not Holy Water.
 
Posted by To The Pain (# 12235) on :
 
Games meet, Jonah the Whale

Jonah the Whale, meet games
 
Posted by Autenrieth Road (# 10509) on :
 
Still haven't found Chorister

We've checked behind the choir pews, under the organ loft, in the belltower. Next stop, the sweet shop.
 
Posted by gizzie (# 11715) on :
 
If you could recommend .. Custard
Every time (as long as it's not shark infested)
( awful school joke - 'what's yellow and dangerous?....)
 
Posted by Henry Troup (# 3722) on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by gizzie:
If you could recommend .. Custard
Every time (as long as it's not shark infested)
( awful school joke - 'what's yellow and dangerous?....)

I learned that as "yellow and black and very dangerous"... or was that the canary joke? Hmmm...
 
Posted by Keren-Happuch (# 9818) on :
 
St Charles, King and Liturgy Queen

Now, how many people does that make??
 
Posted by Trudy Scrumptious (# 5647) on :
 
stockings (Left at the Altar)
 
Posted by Papio (# 4201) on :
 
Why should I believe The Atheist

No. Comment.
 
Posted by gizzie (# 11715) on :
 
Does God HAVE to be ..Dafyd
No, there is no compulsion. He has free will, we suppose.
 
Posted by Autenrieth Road (# 10509) on :
 
Butler on a whistle Prelude and postlude

Darling, the organist is ill and the organ too, so I've sent Jeeves down to the church for the morning to help out.
 
Posted by Autenrieth Road (# 10509) on :
 
Post-Vatican II decline Duo Seraphim

but accept Treble Cherubim.
 
Posted by Golden Key (# 1468) on :
 
Does God HAVE to be...IngoB?

Oh no! He'll make Aquinas his chief minion, I just know it! [Eek!]

{Runs and hides in Shambala.}


[Biased]
 
Posted by fisher (# 9080) on :
 
Cathedrals of Britain: Living in Gin

The Daily Mail's Religious Affairs Correspondent exposes the culture of bingeing that is undermining our precious heritage.
 
Posted by Autenrieth Road (# 10509) on :
 
Murder - the How-To...
What is life and why...


Murderer's Rule #1: do not get distracted by philosophical questions on the job.

[ 06. February 2007, 02:36: Message edited by: Autenrieth Road ]
 
Posted by Legodude_uk (# 5671) on :
 
Little Britain - The Pânts

A new merchandising opportunity from the BBC???
 
Posted by mirrizin (# 11014) on :
 
God is not a bitch, RooK

I can just picture these words spewing forth from the mouth of an innocent newbie. I don't want to picture what comes next...

Okay, maybe I do. [Two face]
 
Posted by Doublethink (# 1984) on :
 
What is sex? mountainsnowtiger

Sounds rather a painful solution.
 
Posted by Duo Seraphim (# 256) on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by Golden Key:
Does God HAVE to be...IngoB?

Oh no! He'll make Aquinas his chief minion, I just know it! [Eek!]

{Runs and hides in Shambala.}


[Biased]

Why should I believe...IngoB
His cultus is plainly in trouble if the faithful are revolting already.
 
Posted by Golden Key (# 1468) on :
 
This little light o'... Lyda*Rose


Interesting merger of 2 songs. Gospel style or barber shop quartet? Decisions, decisions!
 
Posted by basso (# 4228) on :
 
This Little Light o' RooK must be a candidate for the FLP hall of fame.
 
Posted by MouseThief (# 953) on :
 
Modern language, traditional MouseThief

On the heavyweight card. Get your seats now.
 
Posted by Liturgy Queen (# 11596) on :
 
In the same vein...

Modern language; traditional Liturgy Queen

On today's Oprah!
 
Posted by mirrizin (# 11014) on :
 
This Little Lite o'Duck

Is this a lit duck or a lighter of ducks? Inquiring minds must know!
 
Posted by alienfromzog (# 5327) on :
 
What is Sex? Pants

Isn't that a little bit OTT. I mean surely we want to say that Sex is good in the right context? no?
 
Posted by alienfromzog (# 5327) on :
 
How Many Times? (Rev per minute)

Well, it depends on how much throttle you use, the size of the engine etc...
 
Posted by Jahlove (# 10290) on :
 
God's high calling ... duchess

Does he reach falsetto for summoning a princess?
 
Posted by Golden Key (# 1468) on :
 
The new, improved Golden Key.


Ah, I feel so much better now! [Smile]
 
Posted by Foaming Draught (# 9134) on :
 
Still haven't found madteawoman

Have you asked Richard Armitage, he'll know where she is [Biased]
 
Posted by Autenrieth Road (# 10509) on :
 
Check under the madteacosy.
 
Posted by Liturgy Queen (# 11596) on :
 
Lord, I am not Lietuvos Sv. Kazimieras

But only say the word and I shall be healed.

[ 09. February 2007, 07:36: Message edited by: Liturgy Queen ]
 
Posted by dolphy (# 862) on :
 
Murder - The How To....Lady in Red

Out, out, damned spot!
 
Posted by dolphy (# 862) on :
 
Paschal Penguin calling dolphy

That will be the first time in history! [Razz]

[ 09. February 2007, 13:36: Message edited by: dolphy ]
 
Posted by Foaming Draught (# 9134) on :
 
What do you do when you are Sister Mary Precious?
It depends on the audience.
 
Posted by Balaam (# 4543) on :
 
Should Children have Suze

Everyone with a PC should have a version of Linux, so yes.
 
Posted by Eutychus (# 3081) on :
 
Best ever incoming Mousethief

With cashew nuts and coolers&trade in his wake.
 
Posted by Wesley J (# 6075) on :
 
Butler on a whislte... Spike

Outch!
 
Posted by Henry Troup (# 3722) on :
 
Food Supplements: Bollocks A Feminine Force

Seems to reveal some anatonical confusion!
 
Posted by mirrizin (# 11014) on :
 
Postmodernism Melon

Sounds like a great name for a Prog Rock band.
 
Posted by Janine (# 3337) on :
 
Should children have... Janine

Yes! Yes! I'm better than vitamins and minerals, and twice as entertaining!
 
Posted by Jahlove (# 10290) on :
 
What is the question MerlintheMad

“Who is King, Rightwise Born of All England?” - as any fule kno
 
Posted by grushi (# 11938) on :
 
Ever have someone barf Lamp Chopped

For weeks the carpet smelled of kebab
 
Posted by Lamb Chopped (# 5528) on :
 
Ewww!
 
Posted by Autenrieth Road (# 10509) on :
 
Monarchy - what's the Littlelady

Head of State, Head of the Commonwealth, Lord High Admiral, Supreme Governor of the Church of England, Defender of the Faith, Lord of Mann, and Paramount Chief of Fiji.

(Wikipedia is your friend [Smile] .)
 
Posted by Henry Troup (# 3722) on :
 
The displaced Brit's Amazing Grace

at putting up with life without Marmite and Irn Bru.
 
Posted by mirrizin (# 11014) on :
 
A Fat Southern Fundi...mirrizin

Ummm...beg your pardon? [Confused]
 
Posted by Sioni Sais (# 5713) on :
 
The New, Improved AdamPater

See what a rest from hosting does for you.

[edit: c'mon Sioni, get the guy's name right]

[ 14. February 2007, 11:46: Message edited by: Sioni Sais ]
 
Posted by Autenrieth Road (# 10509) on :
 
Fancy getting together Pants

(Sorry, I can't find a worksafe link for this. [Devil] )
 
Posted by obble (# 10868) on :
 
In Dead Horses:

sex before marriage (Not Too Bad)
 
Posted by Henry Troup (# 3722) on :
 
"The Law is not Freddy"

No doubt about that.
 
Posted by Autenrieth Road (# 10509) on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by obble:
In Dead Horses:

sex before marriage (Not Too Bad)

Leaves one wondering about sex after marriage. Was Not Too Bad leaving room for improvement, or the best it's ever gonna be?

[ 15. February 2007, 14:13: Message edited by: Autenrieth Road ]
 
Posted by mirrizin (# 11014) on :
 
The Phone Company is [an] alienfromzog

Talk about outsourcing your services! [Eek!]
 
Posted by Eutychus (# 3081) on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by mirrizin:
The Phone Company is [an] alienfromzog

Talk about outsourcing your services! [Eek!]

Given the call I had today with the cable company I'm trying to subscribe to, this might actually be a step in the right direction.

Reserving the sacrament melon

I knew there were pomegranates in the Temple, but this was a new one on me.
 
Posted by Henry Troup (# 3722) on :
 
Call no one father Freddy

Father Frederic is much more dignified.
 
Posted by comet (# 10353) on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by obble:
In Dead Horses:

sex before marriage (Not Too Bad)

I just came over to post this.

this gets my vote for Weeks' Best FLP!
 
Posted by Kelly Alves (# 2522) on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by basso:
This Little Light o' RooK must be a candidate for the FLP hall of fame.

Oh, isn't that the cutest little FLP you ever did see?
 
Posted by alienfromzog (# 5327) on :
 
I love this thread.

Gadgets for God; canditature...Sarkycow

Well, I would have thought that "made in the image of God for his glory and to enjoy being in relationship with him" would have been a better way of putting it but, you know, each to his own... [Angel]

What is sex? Devine Outlaw Dwarf

Presumably this is some kind of complex reference to oral sex? [Confused]

[ 16. February 2007, 10:39: Message edited by: alienfromzog ]
 
Posted by Henry Troup (# 3722) on :
 
Reserving the Sacrament hatless

I should say so, it's a mark of respect. Unless you're a Bishop.
 
Posted by comet (# 10353) on :
 
I can see this thread will be the FLP giftthat keeps on giving. From Hell:

Let's beat up the poor Doc Tor
 
Posted by mirrizin (# 11014) on :
 
Yep...

Let's beat up the poor RooK

Sure. After you go first! Yeah, go ahead...take the pitchfork...No, don't give it to me! I said you go first. What are you, chicken???
 
Posted by Gwai (# 11076) on :
 
A Fat Southern Fundi Tomb

Here lies Billy Graham
 
Posted by Zappa (# 8433) on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by Autenrieth Road:
Check under the madteacosy.

[Killing me] [Killing me] [Killing me]

(dunno why ... it just appealed [Yipee] )
 
Posted by PeteCanada (# 10422) on :
 
Not quite a FLP

but a thread title that always makes me chuckle [Hot and Hormonal]

Pânts in Poole
 
Posted by MouseThief (# 953) on :
 
Monarchy: What's the littlelady?

I think "princess" is the word they use.
 
Posted by Lyda*Rose (# 4544) on :
 
Let's beat up the poor...Littlelady

[Mad] You heartless b*st*rds!
 
Posted by Janine (# 3337) on :
 
Beat me to it.

Narsty narsty Hell-ites.
 
Posted by Zappa (# 8433) on :
 
UK : 1984 - watch Littlelady
[Waterworks] Why should the Brits have all the fun [Waterworks] (albeit in the past tense)

[ 17. February 2007, 23:44: Message edited by: Zappa ]
 
Posted by gizzie (# 11715) on :
 
the gender of the Holy Metapelagian

has been a subject of intense debate for centuries, but is shortly to be revealed ...or not.
 
Posted by Eutychus (# 3081) on :
 
the gender of the Holy Melon is, however, a much more recent controversy.

[ 19. February 2007, 11:06: Message edited by: Eutychus ]
 
Posted by gizzie (# 11715) on :
 
The gender of the Holy mudfrog

the mind boggles. Perhaps we ought to know.
 
Posted by Keren-Happuch (# 9818) on :
 
Biblical terms for Doublethink - I'm sure there are plenty!
 
Posted by Henry Troup (# 3722) on :
 
What version is your piglet ?

Tamworth, I think.
 
Posted by mirrizin (# 11014) on :
 
Lent: Still a Stupid Golden Key

If Lent is the key, then what is the door?
 
Posted by MouseThief (# 953) on :
 
Lent: still a stupid Mousethief

Would somebody return the stupid Mousethief? Other people may want to check him out. Seems unlikely, but....
 
Posted by Worm in the Grass (# 10999) on :
 
Anglicans set to Pope IngoB

No, No, No! He's severely lacking in shades of gray!
 
Posted by The Great Gumby (# 10989) on :
 
Adopting a Chinese ... mountainsnowtiger

Sounds good, but I'd prefer a panda.
 
Posted by mountainsnowtiger (# 11152) on :
 
Hey - you beat me to it - *pouts* [Razz]
 
Posted by Autenrieth Road (# 10509) on :
 
Modern language; traditional Hooker's Trick

u wnt 2 fck 4 $?
 
Posted by comet (# 10353) on :
 
Are Sydney Anglicans Evangeline

[Smile]
 
Posted by Henry Troup (# 3722) on :
 
Are Sydney Anglicans altarbird ?

Not by what I've heard.
 
Posted by alienfromzog (# 5327) on :
 
The gender of the Holy Teufelchen

Well, does anybody know? We can't keep saying "He/She/It" Not only is it annoying it's also disrespectful to someone who is Holy...


AFZ
 
Posted by Stevie Boy Wonder (# 11869) on :
 
Ashes (Birdseed)

...as opposed to burial (wormfood).
 
Posted by Earwig (# 12057) on :
 
My 7yo daughter wants luvanddaisies

Who doesn't?
 
Posted by gizzie (# 11715) on :
 
Return of the Fitness comet

whooosh she´s back again, three million miles before breakfast!
 
Posted by mirrizin (# 11014) on :
 
What is a Christian? Boviwanjoshobi

Dear God,

Say it ain't so! [Eek!]

Your servant,

Me
 
Posted by Spiffy da WonderSheep (# 5267) on :
 
Are Sydney Anglicans (Pure As The Yellow Driven Snow)

Heeeeeeee.
 
Posted by wesleyswig (# 5436) on :
 
Hymns You Don't Sing (Seasick)

Will your anchor hold....?
 
Posted by fisher (# 9080) on :
 
The Papal Tiara is... Spiffy da Wondersheep

[Yipee] An enduring image.
 
Posted by mirrizin (# 11014) on :
 
Go Home, Yankee Cod

We don't want any of your smelly fish!
 
Posted by Wesley J (# 6075) on :
 
My 7yo daughter wants... Love the You you hide

I'm not surprised she's found it. They're very curious when they're seven.
 
Posted by MouseThief (# 953) on :
 
Biblical terms for Janine

I will not say it. I will not say it.
 
Posted by mirrizin (# 11014) on :
 
The Origins of Religion...humblebum

So true, so true...
 
Posted by Cusanus (# 692) on :
 
The wrong clothes for...Custard

Yes I find something voluminous and stain-resistant is generally preferable.
 
Posted by Petrified (# 10667) on :
 
Ballast Melon

Well you could use them, but rocks might be better.
 
Posted by mirrizin (# 11014) on :
 
You may *not* kiss Gwai

Says who?!?
 
Posted by 8bit Micro (# 10395) on :
 
Is that really a green... Alan Cresswell

Only if you make him really angry!

8.
 
Posted by PeteCanada (# 10422) on :
 
Stress gahhhhh (Basket Case)

That's right!
 
Posted by Campbellite (# 1202) on :
 
Are Sydney Anglicans . . . Campbellite

Well, if they were, they wouldn't be Anglicans, would they?

[Of course, one could also ask, are Sydney Anglicans?] [Paranoid]
 
Posted by Liturgy Queen (# 11596) on :
 
You may *not* kiss Liturgy Queen

I knew that a memo must have gone out that I'd missed. It would explain my recent track record. [Frown]
 
Posted by infinite_monkey (# 11333) on :
 
David: Shepherd, king....babybear.

Two out of three ain't bad.
 
Posted by Rossweisse (# 2349) on :
 
You may *not * kiss... Alogon

Well, damn.
 
Posted by Golden Key (# 1468) on :
 
Notoriety...the Eighth Golden Key


Yes, the other 7 of me are off at a convention on Gallifrey! [Smile]
 
Posted by Paul W. (# 1450) on :
 
You may *not * kiss Saint Bertelin

Aww, but he's so sweet [Frown] [Big Grin]

Paul W
 
Posted by Worm in the Grass (# 10999) on :
 
Noticed earlier today whilst lurking at work

Does Orthodoxy allow IngoB

and
The Wrong Clothes for Mousethief
 
Posted by MouseThief (# 953) on :
 
Does Orthodoxy allow Mousethief

Well they haven't kicked me out yet!
 
Posted by To The Pain (# 12235) on :
 
Just now in Heaven... with apologies for being self-referential.

I'd gladly pay good...To The Pain

I also accept chocolate [Biased]
 
Posted by gizzie (# 11715) on :
 
You may *not * kiss Emma

No, I hear she's spoken for.
BTW congratulations Emma!
 
Posted by Emma. (# 3571) on :
 
tee hee hee - ta gizzie [Smile]

kisses area always good though *hides from aj*
 
Posted by Autenrieth Road (# 10509) on :
 
hiding from aj is not the most reliable way to increase your kiss count! [Biased]
 
Posted by gizzie (# 11715) on :
 
Is that really a green Organmeister?

recycling does things to you
 
Posted by Golden Key (# 1468) on :
 
Does Orthodoxy allow Mousethief?


I suspect they don't approve of thievery. Not sure what they think of rodents...
 
Posted by starbelly (# 25) on :
 
Heaven will be petrified

...when all the shippies arrive!
 
Posted by Adeodatus (# 4992) on :
 
And currently, on that thread that's just made for FLPs:

Heaven will be ... Not Too Bad.

Well, that's good news!
 
Posted by mountainsnowtiger (# 11152) on :
 
Heaven will be ... Not Too Bad

Well, I would hope so, given how much hype it gets about being the best destination!

xpost x3 - it was obviously just too good for us all to pass up

[ 28. February 2007, 14:03: Message edited by: mountainsnowtiger ]
 
Posted by Teufelchen (# 10158) on :
 
Heaven will be not too bad

"In my Father's house there are many affordable bungalows..."

T.

(ETA: double cross-post)

[ 28. February 2007, 14:03: Message edited by: Teufelchen ]
 
Posted by dolphy (# 862) on :
 
big buns make hats...love the love you hide

No witty one liner from me but this did make me chuckle.
 
Posted by Wet Kipper (# 1654) on :
 
The people who write..lady in red

yeah, that's him, the de Burgh Chappy!
 
Posted by mountainsnowtiger (# 11152) on :
 
Help me, Help my Paschal ... stranger in a strange land

Well, it's many years since I actually read the Gospels, but I think fulfilling that request would fit in with Jesus' teachings pretty well


eta - not being overly familiar with the word Paschal, for a brief second I saw the thread title as 'Help me, Help my Paschal Penguin' [Roll Eyes]

[ 01. March 2007, 13:00: Message edited by: mountainsnowtiger ]
 
Posted by fisher (# 9080) on :
 
My wife's a terrific... kentishmaid Well, that's very nice for you (at least probably, depending in what sense maid is taken).

I predict that thread might generate one or two more posts here... [Big Grin]
 
Posted by mirrizin (# 11014) on :
 
Tell me why this is Pure as the Driven Yellow Snow

The Fall, baby. It all goes back to the Fall.
 
Posted by Golden Key (# 1468) on :
 
Should Richard Dawkins Socratic-Enigma?


Hmmm...Dawkins and Socrates in a public debate over enigmas. I like it! [Smile]
 
Posted by Henry Troup (# 3722) on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by Golden Key:
Should Richard Dawkins Socratic-Enigma?

I don't know if he should, but I'm sure he's qualified!
 
Posted by mirrizin (# 11014) on :
 
Paddy or Patty or Pax Romana?

I just like the alliteration.
 
Posted by Balaam (# 4543) on :
 
England has got bad Balaam

Mwhahahahah.
 
Posted by dolphy (# 862) on :
 
Eagle Swings...hot.. JediJudy

Must be another hot flash/flush!

[Killing me] [Two face]
 
Posted by Wesley J (# 6075) on :
 
David: Shepherd, King... babybear

Must have been a very cuddly chap, then. Sez Bathsheba.
 
Posted by Wet Kipper (# 1654) on :
 
So then, The Sue, Spill...birdseed

and then all the little birdies will have something to eat.
 
Posted by fisher (# 9080) on :
 
Find me a church in... Ken Can't beat dissection-based party games for fun.
 
Posted by comet (# 10353) on :
 
this keeps making me smile:
Dispatches from the comet

"whizzed past Pluto today. Neptune looms. Temps cold. Looks like snow."
 
Posted by Sioni Sais (# 5713) on :
 
Should Homosexuals Earwig

Why not? Gays ought to be allowed to listen too!
 
Posted by Jahlove (# 10290) on :
 
What is a Christian Mudfrog?

Series: 1/6 - next week's episode:

What is a Jain Mudfrog?
 
Posted by Liturgy Queen (# 11596) on :
 
The Tragically Tasteless Max.

[Biased]
 
Posted by Earwig (# 12057) on :
 
HELP! What's this @£$%ing Shroedinger's Cat
 
Posted by Gwai (# 11076) on :
 
The Tragically Tasteless Amanda B Reckondwythe
Miss Amanda tasteless?

[ 06. March 2007, 14:05: Message edited by: Gwai ]
 
Posted by gizzie (# 11715) on :
 
Shipmates expecting the Man with no name
at least they already know it´s a boy. Names can wait.
 
Posted by MouseThief (# 953) on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by Gwai:
The Tragically Tasteless Amanda B Reckondwythe
Miss Amanda tasteless?

Certainly not Amanda B. consulting on home decorating.
 
Posted by Henry Troup (# 3722) on :
 
Does Orthodoxy Allow The Silent Acolyte ?

allow? It absolutely mandates one (at some points.)
 
Posted by Earwig (# 12057) on :
 
Are Sydney Anglicans Spiffy da Wondersheep

Can't think of many similarities myself...
 
Posted by Jahlove (# 10290) on :
 
Mithras and the Nativity Moo

Cattle attendees seem obligatory for divine births but did Mithras have no sheep or angels? No? Notta Proper God Then.
 
Posted by Henry Troup (# 3722) on :
 
Return of the Fitness Earwig

This insect lives in damp towels and smelly socks; while harmless, an infestation indicates poor hygiene. Its natural enemies are the gym sparrow and the jock-strap snake. The classification is

Kingdom: Animalia

Phylum: Arthropoda

Class: Insecta

Order: Dermaptera

Family: Forficulidae

Genus: Forficula

Species: F. gymnasia
 
Posted by Henry Troup (# 3722) on :
 
A gigantic instructional Mockingbird

"Listen to the Mockingbird..."
 
Posted by Earwig (# 12057) on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by Henry Troup:
Return of the Fitness Earwig

Its natural enemies are the gym sparrow and the jock-strap snake.

Oh, but this Earwig always welcomes a jock-strap snake. [Biased]
 
Posted by Lamb Chopped (# 5528) on :
 
Ay de mi! I've just scored a most embarrassing own goal, by starting the thread which resulted in...

Worst possible name for a .... Lamb Chopped
 
Posted by Henry Troup (# 3722) on :
 
A triple...

Hosting change in All Gort

All Gort, all the time!

Linux and other cool Foaming Draught

Drink hael!

So then The Sue, spill Campbellite

I've spilled vermiculite, which is hard to clean up. How's Campbellite?
 
Posted by infinite_monkey (# 11333) on :
 
Living as a Christian...MouseTheif.

Jesus forgives you, but put the creatures back.
 
Posted by Worm in the Grass (# 10999) on :
 
The Tragically Tasteless Jimmy B

Well he will put all that statuary in the garden! [Snigger]
 
Posted by gizzie (# 11715) on :
 
Come on Triple Tiara, we´re waiting for you to post on The Tragically Tasteless thread
 
Posted by Wesley J (# 6075) on :
 
The Annual "I... MouseThief

Yet another self-explanatory thread. [Big Grin]
 
Posted by MouseThief (# 953) on :
 
Annual?
 
Posted by Cottontail (# 12234) on :
 
Just spotted
The Annual I Left at the Altar

The Beano? Oor Wullie?
Shouldn't have been reading in church anyway.
 
Posted by wesleyswig (# 5436) on :
 
Martyn Joseph discusses...(Twilight)

Watch out patrick moore - is someone out for your hosting job on the sky at night [Biased] ?

Regards
John Martyn Joseph discussing...twilight
 
Posted by Eutychus (# 3081) on :
 
So then, The Sue, spill the giant cheeseburger

eww.
 
Posted by Ultracrepidarian (# 9679) on :
 
Freemasonry & ... The Man with No Name

Sounds like a conspiracy theory to me. [Paranoid]
 
Posted by dolphy (# 862) on :
 
Shipmates expecting...Ebeth
The room is ready for you. Got your ticket yet?
 
Posted by Smudgie (# 2716) on :
 
Can Atheism have a... The Atheist

I'd have thought it was essential to have at least one.
 
Posted by Worm in the Grass (# 10999) on :
 
Living as a Christian...Ken

No reason why a Ken shouldn't be as could a Christian as anyone else! [Snigger]
 
Posted by mirrizin (# 11014) on :
 
Can Atheism Have an Afghan?

Well, since so many other causes have their symbolic quilts, I see no reason why not.
 
Posted by Eutychus (# 3081) on :
 
And similarly...

Can Atheism have a Divine Outlaw Dwarf?

Sounds like an interesting variation on the Michelin man mascot truckers used to fix over their cabs.

[ 14. March 2007, 14:58: Message edited by: Eutychus ]
 
Posted by Wesley J (# 6075) on :
 
Lay participation in... apollo

Yup, just them. - Don't think they blasted any clergy up there, did they?
 
Posted by To The Pain (# 12235) on :
 
Oh No!.... Er, Thank... dolphy

Yeah, thanks dolphy (anyone know what she did?)
 
Posted by Golden Key (# 1468) on :
 
The mysterious former Pax Romana


...in which Nancy Drew and her chums Bess and George go back in time to find Ned Nickerson, who has lost his memory and thinks he is Plautus, the playwright.
 
Posted by Lyra (# 267) on :
 
Fayries and other wyrd Chorister.

Nuff said

[Disappointed]
 
Posted by Papio (# 4201) on :
 
The evil regime of Kenwritez

Be afraid. Be very afraid. [Big Grin]
 
Posted by Pure Sunshine (# 11904) on :
 
The Apotheosis of Jesus Club

The first rule of Jesus Club is, you do not talk about Jesus Club.

The second rule of Jesus Club is ...
 
Posted by infinite_monkey (# 11333) on :
 
The evil regime of....Littlelady.

Not nearly as sweet and innocent as she may first appear.
 
Posted by MouseThief (# 953) on :
 
It's tough to be a Pastorgirl

Depending on what church you're in, of course.
 
Posted by Jahlove (# 10290) on :
 
Crosswords .. Chorister

1 ac. Riddle Christ ore for soprano
 
Posted by Ariel (# 58) on :
 
The evil regime of Cod.

Monday Boiled with parsley sauce.
Tuesday Baked with parsley sauce.
Wednesday Grilled with parsley sauce.
Thursday Fried with parsley sauce.
Friday Served on its own with no chips.

Saturday, Sunday Repeat.
 
Posted by Rossweisse (# 2349) on :
 
the evil regime of... Trisagion

NO one expects the Holy, Holy, Holy Inquisition!
 
Posted by MouseThief (# 953) on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by Rossweisse:
the evil regime of... Trisagion

NO one expects the Holy, Holy, Holy Inquisition!

[Killing me]
 
Posted by Zappa (# 8433) on :
 
Biblical terms for ... Zappa

[Paranoid] ... be nice, now [Paranoid]
 
Posted by Golden Key (# 1468) on :
 
The green blade riseth...Rose of Sharon.


Ooooooo!
 
Posted by To The Pain (# 12235) on :
 
Was going to go away and do some writing up without logging in like a good girl when my eye was caught by

the evil regime of...auntie di

Which has me all worried [Ultra confused] What should we do? Is there any way to escape auntie's tyranny? How evil is this regime, anyway? Will it spread worldwide?

Maybe I'll go do some research and try to calm down...
 
Posted by MouseThief (# 953) on :
 
You know you've been keren-happuch

I could almost swear I haven't.

[ 20. March 2007, 15:41: Message edited by: MouseThief ]
 
Posted by Campbellite (# 1202) on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by Henry Troup:
So then The Sue, spill Campbellite

I've spilled vermiculite, which is hard to clean up. How's Campbellite?

I'm quite fine, thanks for asking. [Big Grin]
 
Posted by Ariel (# 58) on :
 
Return of the Fitness Earwig

Hup two three - all those left legs UP now, come on, how hard is it to raise six at the same time? And let's see you really waggle those antennae!
 
Posted by Spike (# 36) on :
 
Thus spake the fool Stevie Boy Wonder

No comment...

[Razz]
 
Posted by Stevie Boy Wonder (# 11869) on :
 
...it's been said before. And not just by Spike, either. [Razz]
 
Posted by Henry Troup (# 3722) on :
 
You know you've been Left at the Altar

when the rental people come to repossess your suit.
 
Posted by Rossweisse (# 2349) on :
 
Are Sydney Anglicans... Pure as the Driven Yellow Snow

Sounds about right, yeah....
 
Posted by churchgeek (# 5557) on :
 
Eagle Swings hot basso

Well, that's one way to cool 'im off, I suppose.
 
Posted by MouseThief (# 953) on :
 
You know you've been...Foxy

Um, no. That sounds extremely unlikely.


(it's a code thing)

[ 22. March 2007, 22:57: Message edited by: Chorister ]
 
Posted by Liturgy Queen (# 11596) on :
 
Can you fathom this Liturgy Queen

Many can't, especially Methodists. [Devil]

[ 21. March 2007, 15:36: Message edited by: Liturgy Queen ]
 
Posted by MouseThief (# 953) on :
 
Are Sydney Anglicans Gordon Cheng?

Well, not all of them. Only one.
 
Posted by Wesley J (# 6075) on :
 
Satan - theoretical... (Liverpool fan)

If they beat each other up, they'll have gone practical.
 
Posted by MouseThief (# 953) on :
 
Is the British government Matt Black?

I'm pretty sure there's more to it than that.
 
Posted by Henry Troup (# 3722) on :
 
Satan - theoretical Rosary

ITTWACW!
 
Posted by Trudy Scrumptious (# 5647) on :
 
What's so great about ken?

Where do I begin?
 
Posted by mirrizin (# 11014) on :
 
What's so Great about Lamb Chopped?

It's a lot easier to get your mouth around than lamb whole! [Eek!]
 
Posted by Golden Key (# 1468) on :
 
Are Sydney Anglicans Mousethief?

The Orthodox Plot (tm) has infiltrated even there!
[Paranoid]
 
Posted by MouseThief (# 953) on :
 
Is Iran trying to provoke Leo?

No, but I've heard they absolutely despise Libra.
 
Posted by Keren-Happuch (# 9818) on :
 
Provision of the blessed Newman's Own
for use at church suppers and picnics.
 
Posted by Golden Key (# 1468) on :
 
Provision of the Blessed Spiffy da Wondersheep.

She'll be available in her shrine, a lovely straw-bale building in a clover pasture. Potluck following the service!
 
Posted by Henry Troup (# 3722) on :
 
BCP L-Plates and BIG Triple Tiara

The Pope has crossed the English Channel?
 
Posted by Zappa (# 8433) on :
 
A place to explore Demas

Errr ... thanks, but no. Kuruman is so fussy about where and whom I explore. [Roll Eyes]
 
Posted by infinite_monkey (# 11333) on :
 
Provision of the Blessed Mudfrog...

could get a bit messy if the Mudfrog escapes.
 
Posted by gizzie (# 11715) on :
 
The porcelain god makes ..gizzie

In nothing less than Meissen, I trust.
 
Posted by Henry Troup (# 3722) on :
 
Are Sydney Anglicans... Zwingli

I think it's been suggested that they follow him too far.
 
Posted by churchgeek (# 5557) on :
 
The porcelain god makes Pax Romana

I thought it was their brutal military conquest. Now I'm trying to figure out which of the two is less gruesome...

[ 26. March 2007, 23:06: Message edited by: churchgeek ]
 
Posted by mirrizin (# 11014) on :
 
The Commandment of Mousethief

Another wing of the great Orthodox Plot?
 
Posted by duchess (# 2764) on :
 
The New, Improved...duchess
Yeah, baby. [Cool]
 
Posted by Earwig (# 12057) on :
 
Romances between the babybear

Could there be anything cuter?!
 
Posted by Henry Troup (# 3722) on :
 
Style advice - clothing Lumpy da Moose

Um.... most moose, even Bullwinkle, don't wear clothes.
 
Posted by Wesley J (# 6075) on :
 
Style advice - clothing,...(Telepath)

Should a telepath just, well, know??
 
Posted by Zappa (# 8433) on :
 
Anglican dioceses without ... Mabuhay ... on which I could not comment, never having been to the best of my knowledge in a diocese with one. (When I originally went to post it, it said Anglican dioceses without ... adeodatus ... which seemed to me a tragedy. [Frown]
 
Posted by Chorister (# 473) on :
 
Romances between the raspberry rabbit.


Hmmmm, sounds rather squelchy to me.....
 
Posted by Manipled Mutineer (# 11514) on :
 
Can I change my Displayed...Rossweisse

But I like her just the way she is!
 
Posted by Sioni Sais (# 5713) on :
 
Food Supplements Bollocks A Feminine Force

Why? What's she done?
 
Posted by Stevie Boy Wonder (# 11869) on :
 
2 for 1 special offer on FLPs!

"Free Lunch" (Dave The Bass)

Dunno, I reckon there's something fishy about that offer... ( [Roll Eyes] )

What is wrong with Gwai

I wouldn't dare answer... [Razz]
 
Posted by Keren-Happuch (# 9818) on :
 
What is wrong with Liopleurodon?

I don't know 'cos I'm not even sure what it is!
 
Posted by Earwig (# 12057) on :
 
You know you've been badman

And you can sit in the naughty corner until you say sorry.
 
Posted by kentishmaid (# 4767) on :
 
Is Iran trying to provoke Matt Black?

I very much doubt they even know who he is!
 
Posted by Worm in the Grass (# 10999) on :
 
Anglican Dioceses without Triple Tiara

All of them, I should think!!
 
Posted by Henry Troup (# 3722) on :
 
Is Iran trying to provoke ORGANMEISTER?

Are they deploying intercontinental praise choruses?
 
Posted by Eutychus (# 3081) on :
 
The commandments of Mousethief

That could almost be a thread in itself. Heaven or Hell, you choose... [Devil]
 
Posted by Eutychus (# 3081) on :
 
I belatedly see Mirrizin beat me to it.

<hangs head in shame>
 
Posted by Golden Key (# 1468) on :
 
Freemasonry and Golden Key


...the sequel to "Freemasonry and Hiram's Key".
 
Posted by Autenrieth Road (# 10509) on :
 
Living a long way from Ye Olde Motherboarde

Thank you wireless networking!
 
Posted by Paul W. (# 1450) on :
 
What's so great about (SearchingForAbsolutes)

Learn to live with ambiguity

Paul W
 
Posted by Chorister (# 473) on :
 
Toys from my youth: Wet Kipper


oooer, don't remember that one. Perhaps it was the unsuccessful prototype for this?
 
Posted by mountainsnowtiger (# 11152) on :
 
What's so great about (alienfromzog)?

He's an alien. And he's from zog. If you don't understand how cool that is, I don't think I can explain it to you.
 
Posted by alienfromzog (# 5327) on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by mountainsnowtiger:
What's so great about (alienfromzog)?

He's an alien. And he's from zog. If you don't understand how cool that is, I don't think I can explain it to you.

thank u [Smile] [Hot and Hormonal] [Yipee]
 
Posted by Manipled Mutineer (# 11514) on :
 
Style advice - clothing Manipled Mutineer

Any suggestions considered...
 
Posted by Spiffy da WonderSheep (# 5267) on :
 
So Those Are The Real (Pants)

Genuine article, only worn once...
 
Posted by Henry Troup (# 3722) on :
 
24,000 petition to Divine Outlaw Dwarf

That's almost has many Dwarf-ites as Jedi!
 
Posted by Paul W. (# 1450) on :
 
A place to explore (hatless)

Not Ilkley Moor, that's a really bad idea.

Paul W
 
Posted by Earwig (# 12057) on :
 
Father Cheng and the Sarkycow

Not a book to read to children...
 
Posted by Choirboy (# 9659) on :
 
Are Sydney Anglicans...Angloid

If only!
 
Posted by Choirboy (# 9659) on :
 
Easter Message: Christ...mirrizin

No - that's "Christ is Risen!"
 
Posted by MouseThief (# 953) on :
 
Why do liberal Christians left at the altar?

Well you wouldn't expect them to right at the altar, would you?
 
Posted by MouseThief (# 953) on :
 
Your favourite YouTube Choirboy

Better leave that one as-is.
 
Posted by Wesley J (# 6075) on :
 
Why Christmas and not... boppysbud

Coz Christmas's well-loved, and there's no need to change the name. - Besides, 'Merry Boppsybud' would sound a bit strange, wouldn't it?
 
Posted by Pure Sunshine (# 11904) on :
 
Why do liberal Christians Doublethink
 
Posted by churchgeek (# 5557) on :
 
Is Iran trying to provoke Littlelady

Why, does she also have nuclear capability now?
 
Posted by churchgeek (# 5557) on :
 
Lost soul of Saint Hedrin the Lesser-Known

This worries me. If God is misplacing the souls of the lesser-known saints, what chance do we lesser-known sinners have?
___________

Given:
Amazing Grace - the starbelly
and
Little Britain - the starbelly
I suppose we can assume:
Amazing Grace - Little Britain
 
Posted by Henry Troup (# 3722) on :
 
Maundy Thursday Sacristy Rat

Good Friday, Vestry Cat.
Easter Vigil, Easter Vigil,
Easter Monday, rat in the cat!

with apologies to Dr. Seuss and American Poerty Month
 
Posted by muchafraid (# 10738) on :
 
And put his face between Nigel M

But...I thought this was a Christian website!!!
 
Posted by Keren-Happuch (# 9818) on :
 
Celebrity fish - whitebait [Smile]
 
Posted by RuthW (# 13) on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by Pure Sunshine:
Why do liberal Christians Doublethink

Because they'd pull our liberal card if we didn't!
 
Posted by churchgeek (# 5557) on :
 
With the slight repositioning of a question mark, we get:

Is he risen a Feminine Force?

If so, shouldn't we start calling him "she"?
 
Posted by Zappa (# 8433) on :
 
So then The Sue, spill ... Lots of Yay but clean up afterward

And put his face between ... Mamacita

What muchafraid said!
 
Posted by dolphy (# 862) on :
 
Speak biblically to jedijudy

It is, of course, the only language that she understands [Biased]
 
Posted by Pure Sunshine (# 11904) on :
 
Horrible liturgical Sacristy Rat
 
Posted by basso (# 4228) on :
 
An evil idea for the next St. Punk the Pious

NOOOO! The last one was more than enough!
 
Posted by Wesley J (# 6075) on :
 
Speak biblically to... My Duck

Christ = quack? [Paranoid]
 
Posted by Kelly Alves (# 2522) on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by Choirboy:
Easter Message: Christ...mirrizin

No - that's "Christ is Risen!"

Fa Shizzle. [Cool]
 
Posted by MouseThief (# 953) on :
 
How can we convert... Mousethief

Give up.
 
Posted by mirrizin (# 11014) on :
 
How can we convert Love the Love You Hide

With love, of course! [Axe murder]

[ETA proper verbiage]

[ 08. April 2007, 01:21: Message edited by: mirrizin ]
 
Posted by Esmeralda (# 582) on :
 
Why has nobody read... Nicodemia?

You really ought to, her new book is How can I hear God? published by Scripture Union.

And prior to that:

Why has nobody read... Esmeralda?

Mine is called The Time of Our Lives and was published by Bible Reading Fellowship in January [Razz]
 
Posted by Esmeralda (# 582) on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by Chorister:
Toys from my youth: Wet Kipper

Well, to quote the Good Book, if your child asks for a fish...
 
Posted by Trudy Scrumptious (# 5647) on :
 
Is Iran trying to provoke ken?

God help them if they are.
 
Posted by Wesley J (# 6075) on :
 
Recipe Thread - The...Earwig

I think I'll pass that one, thank you.
 
Posted by Earwig (# 12057) on :
 
Crunchy on the outside, chewy in the middle! Earwig!
 
Posted by mirrizin (# 11014) on :
 
How Can We Convert sharkshooter

By expounding at great length to him on the great joys of turkey season.
 
Posted by mirrizin (# 11014) on :
 
Couldn't resist this one...

How Do Liberals Gordon Cheng?

Has the man's reputation grown so huge that he has become a verb?!? [Eek!]
 
Posted by mountainsnowtiger (# 11152) on :
 
Ofsted comes to ... Vikki Pollard

The child's use of language is unusual and she does not always communicate effectively. Citizenship skills show need of major and substantial improvement. Overall, tangible and significant progress needs to be made during the next six months if Vikki Pollard is to avoid being placed on special measures.


eta - it's past my bedtime, bye-bye spelling ability

[ 09. April 2007, 22:45: Message edited by: mountainsnowtiger ]
 
Posted by churchgeek (# 5557) on :
 
Couldn't resist...

Whence comes Beauty? churchgeek

I do appreciate Beauty, but I hate to say, I'm rarely the source of it.
 
Posted by wesleyswig (# 5436) on :
 
The ship is obviously in a philosophical mood at the moment...

quote:
What to do with the ... Moo
quote:
Why didn't s/he just....Ariel
Regards
John
 
Posted by the giant cheeseburger (# 10942) on :
 
Father Cheng and the Rossweisse

Now there's a couple that would get along well!
 
Posted by wesleyswig (# 5436) on :
 
What to do with the....Alan Cresswell

Again still staying philosophical...

Regards
John
 
Posted by Gwai (# 11076) on :
 
Orthodoxy in Western Saint Bertelin

So the western half is Orthodox, then is the eastern half Anglican?
 
Posted by Left at the Altar (# 5077) on :
 
How can we convert Left at the Altar

I dare you to even try. [Razz]

[ 11. April 2007, 07:07: Message edited by: Left at the Altar ]
 
Posted by Smudgie (# 2716) on :
 
Help finding an old... Sarkycow

*bite your tongue, Smudgie, bite your tongue...*
 
Posted by Teufelchen (# 10158) on :
 
On the front page right now we have:

The New, Improved Autenrieth Road

and

The Passion of the Autenrieth Road

What more can I add?

T.
 
Posted by Stevie Boy Wonder (# 11869) on :
 
Converting/Changing ken

...into a spacious three-bedroom apartment?
 
Posted by wesleyswig (# 5436) on :
 
Theologicaly Dubious....Good Catholic Lad

[Killing me]
 
Posted by mirrizin (# 11014) on :
 
The Damaging Christian...mirrizin

Yep. That's right. Be afraid!
 
Posted by mountainsnowtiger (# 11152) on :
 
Worst possible names ... Left at the Altar

Remember ladies, the fact that you desperately want to get rid of your family's god-awful surname which has plagued you throughout your life so far ... - that on its own probably isn't quite sufficient as a justification for getting married.

[ 11. April 2007, 22:49: Message edited by: mountainsnowtiger ]
 
Posted by churchgeek (# 5557) on :
 
Worst possible names...muchafraid

Would that be a self-fulfilling prophecy, or a juju?
 
Posted by churchgeek (# 5557) on :
 
The new, improved Professor Kirke

Now, with tenure!

(Probably been done before...)
 
Posted by Autenrieth Road (# 10509) on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by Smudgie:
Help finding an old... Sarkycow

*bite your tongue, Smudgie, bite your tongue...*

They left the Hellgates open, and she wandered out. Last seen trying to cross the Styx.
 
Posted by Zappa (# 8433) on :
 
Converting / changing Matt Black

Look, at a soteriological level, yes, but as a poor flawed struggling mortal I kinda like him the way he is

[ 12. April 2007, 08:46: Message edited by: Zappa ]
 
Posted by mirrizin (# 11014) on :
 
The Passion of the Mad Cat

CATNIP!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! [Ultra confused]
 
Posted by Eutychus (# 3081) on :
 
Always look on the GreyFace

I do, every morning when I shave.
 
Posted by Campbellite (# 1202) on :
 
Quaker Duck

[Paranoid]
 
Posted by Golden Key (# 1468) on :
 
What to do with an Autenrieth Road?


Walk down the road to where it diverges in a yellow wood, and take the road less traveled by.
 
Posted by Henry Troup (# 3722) on :
 
Right then Mudfrog, Spawn

In spring, an amphibian's thoughts turn lightly to love!
 
Posted by Henry Troup (# 3722) on :
 
Recipe Thread - The Otter

tastes fishy, but is allowed on Fridays
 
Posted by Janine (# 3337) on :
 
In Purgatory:

quote:
Natallie Evans loses... (Eliab)
Bless her heart. First those frozen embryos, now Eliab.
 
Posted by basso (# 4228) on :
 
Stonking good processional Jimmy B
And very good I'm sure he is.

(But where's Thurifer?)
 
Posted by fisher (# 9080) on :
 
The Demise of Courtesy... And... mirrizin
[Waterworks] [Votive]

What happened to them? And how exactly were the sad events related?

(Although I can well believe that any hypothetical demise of mirrizin would indeed be a sad day for courtesy).
 
Posted by Sioni Sais (# 5713) on :
 
Always look on the pimple
 
Posted by mirrizin (# 11014) on :
 
Christian Nudity...The Undiscovered Country

As my late former boss used to say...Cha-WOW-za!
 
Posted by Henry Troup (# 3722) on :
 
Dog (Schroedinger's cat)

And Spot, Data's cat.
 
Posted by MouseThief (# 953) on :
 
If you could recommend ... Nigel M

what does that say about you?
 
Posted by MouseThief (# 953) on :
 
College kids bearing ... Twilight

Okay, c'mon guys, put her down. Fun's over.
 
Posted by Papio (# 4201) on :
 
Does God want/need/deserve Real Ale methodist?

Now, that is stunning rude.

And, in a similar vein:

Things you never want (Sir Kevin)

I can't say that I agree with that, either.
 
Posted by Papio (# 4201) on :
 
Distressing Thread Doublethink

Leaves shipmates concerned.
 
Posted by Ariel (# 58) on :
 
My spouse says, Mind Your Own Business.
 
Posted by Professor Kirke (# 9037) on :
 
Mind your own business Gay Organ Grinder

These here organs are taken, y'see.
 
Posted by churchgeek (# 5557) on :
 
Shipmates Expecting Shoehorn with Teeth

There can't be many of us! Most people think there's no such thing.


(I've seen one before though - it was a "combination shoe horn / comb" for sale at the supermarket checkout. I could only imagine a whole crowd of fans pelting them at TMBG during a concert or something... "No such thing, eh?")
 
Posted by churchgeek (# 5557) on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by Sioni Sais:
Always look on the pimple

I always hope people won't... [Hot and Hormonal]
 
Posted by Wesley J (# 6075) on :
 
The ups and downs of... Sister Mary Precious

Now, however you read dat, it jus' don't sound like a real good movie, man...
 
Posted by churchgeek (# 5557) on :
 
Did Jesus symbolically Freddy

Is there any other way to Freddy?
(at least I was led to believe that "to Freddy" = "to interpret symbolically")


The Mitre Maketh the Saint Hedrin the Lesser-Known

Is this one of those "If a tree falls in a forest..." remarks?
 
Posted by Timothy the Obscure (# 292) on :
 
quote:
Did Jesus symbolically Freddy
Actually, I think the Freddy is virtually Zen-like in its utter lack of symbolism...
 
Posted by Wesley J (# 6075) on :
 
Help a church pick... Max.

Help the church who picks Max. [Snigger] [Biased]
 
Posted by Stevie Boy Wonder (# 11869) on :
 
Can you recommend a... Custard

Bird's do a particularly fine one, in packet or tinned form. (other hot dessert sauces are available)
 
Posted by rosamundi (# 2495) on :
 
Tie me to a pig and... (ten thousand difficulties)

Well, the RSPCA would be after you, for starters.
 
Posted by Sioni Sais (# 5713) on :
 
Are churches led by Sioni Sais

To their considerable relief, no.
 
Posted by Wesley J (# 6075) on :
 
Eagle Swings -- hot... Kelly Alves

Woo-hoo! But watch that axe, guys! [Cool] [Big Grin]
 
Posted by mirrizin (# 11014) on :
 
Are Churches Led by Amazing Grace

In a perfect world, yes...
 
Posted by Gwai (# 11076) on :
 
God as Father McChicken

Chicken McFaith anyone?
 
Posted by DarkKnight (# 9415) on :
 
Are churches led by ... DarkKnight

"Holy gospel according to Luke, Batman!"
 
Posted by MouseThief (# 953) on :
 
Are Sydney Anglicans leo?

Well, they're certainly not libra.
 
Posted by Sioni Sais (# 5713) on :
 
Why did my views stop deano

They didn't. I don't think they will.
 
Posted by Smudgie (# 2716) on :
 
Shall we accept that... anteater

Well, as there aren't that many anteaters around, I guess that one will have to do.
 
Posted by Lyda*Rose (# 4544) on :
 
Wipe your arse less...Lyda*Rose

Geez. [Hot and Hormonal] I didn't realize what an awkward Last Post that thread would make.
 
Posted by Paul W. (# 1450) on :
 
Care and Feeding of... babybear

Can I suggest porridge that's not too hot, not too cold, but in fact just right?

Paul W
 
Posted by PeteCanada (# 10422) on :
 
Care and Feeding of... My Duck

Stale bread does well, I'm told.
 
Posted by Legodude_uk (# 5671) on :
 
The New, Improved Auntie Doris

Not that there was anything wrong with the Old, Inferior Auntie Doris...
 
Posted by Stevie Boy Wonder (# 11869) on :
 
Your PM box is full! (Jolly Jape)

And when I find the person who thought it would be funny to send me 50 PMs at once, they won't be laughing anymore... [Mad]
 
Posted by Henry Troup (# 3722) on :
 
Easter Message : Christ Leprechaun

That's actually not as bizarre as some interpretations I've heard.
 
Posted by Trudy Scrumptious (# 5647) on :
 
A "personal" Trudy Scrumptious

Family-size or the convenient travel size ... get yours today!
 
Posted by Evangeline (# 7002) on :
 
Chants for a solemn high... Nunc Dimitis

Oh dear and we thought it was only incense.....
 
Posted by Henry Troup (# 3722) on :
 
Mind Your Own Business, Apothecary

just hand over the henbane! Ask no questions about what I'm going to do with it.
 
Posted by churchgeek (# 5557) on :
 
New, Improved Badfundie

Now, 20% worse!
 
Posted by churchgeek (# 5557) on :
 
(Had to point out that my sig right after Henry's is really quite the glass half-empty, innit?)
 
Posted by Stevie Boy Wonder (# 11869) on :
 
Why would anybody buy Schroedinger's Cat

Dunno, companionship? A problem with mice?
 
Posted by mirrizin (# 11014) on :
 
A "personal" Mousethief

Is this some kind of eco-friendly exterminator?
 
Posted by Papio (# 4201) on :
 
Murder in the church custard

The church's cook takes "experimentation" just one final step too far...
 
Posted by Kelly Alves (# 2522) on :
 
I'm a fool...(Fool of a Took)

Thanks for clarifying.
 
Posted by gizzie (# 11715) on :
 
Return of the fitness dormouse
five eyelid press ups before breakfast
 
Posted by Henry Troup (# 3722) on :
 
Brisbane Meet (It's Foaming Draught) after draught, after draught, if I know that lot!
 
Posted by Keren-Happuch (# 9818) on :
 
Pasco advises striking Spawn
No comment.

What to do with the Autenrieth Road
Walk or drive?
 
Posted by Papio (# 4201) on :
 
Pasco Advises Striking Pasco

No comment either!
 
Posted by Chorister (# 473) on :
 
wot, no self-flagellation?
 
Posted by Henry Troup (# 3722) on :
 
Pasco Advises Striking Gort

You could hurt your hand that way!
 
Posted by Zappa (# 8433) on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by Henry Troup:
Brisbane Meet (It's Foaming Draught) after draught, after draught, if I know that lot!

Never! [Biased]
 
Posted by Henry Troup (# 3722) on :
 
Heed the Warning on Henry Troup

He bites! and he hasn't had a rabies shot. When placed in contact with antimatter, he will produce dangerous levels of radiation. He snores. He has been known to wear either bowties or kilts at unpredictable occasions.
 
Posted by churchgeek (# 5557) on :
 
I'm sorry, I just had to...

New take on the virgin churchgeek

"She's not strange, she just wants to live her life that way..."
 
Posted by Hinematov (# 4766) on :
 
A new take on the virgin... churchgeek

Shouldn't that be "verging"?

[ 02. May 2007, 03:16: Message edited by: Hinematov ]
 
Posted by the giant cheeseburger (# 10942) on :
 
Pasco advises striking MouseThief

More to not comment about!
 
Posted by Wesley J (# 6075) on :
 
A new take on the virgin... MouseThief

Richard Branson definitely has his hands everywhere.
 
Posted by Timothy the Obscure (# 292) on :
 
A new take on the virgin...CrookedCucumber

I don't want to think about it...
 
Posted by Trudy Scrumptious (# 5647) on :
 
Share your favourite GoodCatholicLad

I actually do have one, but he's not really mine to share, though I suppose I might pass his name and number onto a GoodCatholicLass if I found one...

[ 03. May 2007, 00:24: Message edited by: Trudy Scrumptious ]
 
Posted by Henry Troup (# 3722) on :
 
Pasco Advises Striking Siegfried before he dons the Tarnhlem, I presume?
 
Posted by Evangeline (# 7002) on :
 
The end of big Evangeline

Reports of my end have been wildly exaggerated.
 
Posted by Henry Troup (# 3722) on :
 
Pasco Advises Striking Cod

Maestro, music for the fish-slapping dance, please!
 
Posted by Golden Key (# 1468) on :
 
God, the Devil, and Ancient Mariner


Now all we need is Daniel Webster!


(As in the old short story "The Devil & Daniel Webster".)

[ 04. May 2007, 08:57: Message edited by: Golden Key ]
 
Posted by Wet Kipper (# 1654) on :
 
Another thread ripe for use in FLP:
Let's make up the ultimate.....Wet Kipper

what's wrong the one you've already got ?
 
Posted by Papio (# 4201) on :
 
Do you want answers to that question? [Biased]

(joke)
 
Posted by MouseThief (# 953) on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by Evangeline:
The end of big Evangeline

Reports of my end have been wildly exaggerated.

I just thought it meant you'd lost weight.
 
Posted by Legodude_uk (# 5671) on :
 
Causes of unreasonable Emma

From what I know a lack of tea causes an unreasonable Emma!!!
 
Posted by Choirboy (# 9659) on :
 
The need to commit...Choirboy

Absolutely certifiable...a danger to himself and others, no doubt about it.
 
Posted by Emma. (# 3571) on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by Legodude_uk:
Causes of unreasonable Emma

From what I know a lack of tea causes an unreasonable Emma!!!

indeed [Smile] Tea makes all things good [Smile] lack of tea is A Bad Thing
 
Posted by infinite_monkey (# 11333) on :
 
Mormon meets Christian...Good Catholic Lad

Good Catholic Lad: "Folks outside my faith have some weird ideas about our beliefs on transubstantiation."

Mormon: "Yeah, and don't even get me STARTED on what non-Mormons say about the special underwear."
 
Posted by comet (# 10353) on :
 
cracked myself up!

Nail their asses to the comet

and send the bastards into a 76 year eliptical orbit. that'll teach'em.
 
Posted by mirrizin (# 11014) on :
 
Dammit, comet! You beat me to it! [Killing me]
 
Posted by Lowly Worm (# 11663) on :
 
Let's make up the ultimate PeteCanada

Anyone want to play along? Sounds like a fun game. [Biased]
 
Posted by Sioni Sais (# 5713) on :
 
The New, Improved, Ariel

Yeah, yeah, washes whiter, just like all the others [Roll Eyes]
 
Posted by Wesley J (# 6075) on :
 
There's No Need to... MouseThief

Is luxury!
 
Posted by Kelly Alves (# 2522) on :
 
In the Grip of...

A totally blatant attempt to create highly suggestive FLPs. Yeesh, mirrizin! [Killing me]
 
Posted by Esmeralda (# 582) on :
 
Favourite cathedrals... Forthview

Is there a cathedral with a view of the Forth?

The making of the new... Afghan

Well it depends whether it's an American afghan or a British one. You either buy your wool, or you slaughter a sheep and skin it... er, this is getting a bit yucky [Projectile]
 
Posted by Sioni Sais (# 5713) on :
 
Etiquette Tips for Sioni Sais

"Tact is the unsaid part of what you think" (my Mother).
 
Posted by gizzie (# 11715) on :
 
Which will be the ultimate Ken?
let the battle commence...
 
Posted by Worm in the Grass (# 10999) on :
 
Etiquette tips for Telepath

But doesn't she already how the other person thinks she should behave?
 
Posted by infinite_monkey (# 11333) on :
 
Has anyone been watching...Piglet

Oh bother--I thought it was Eeyore's turn.
 
Posted by Chorister (# 473) on :
 
Gordon's banning in Pants.

Well, thank goodness he was wearing them, or he'd have been banned from a whole lot of other places, as well.
 
Posted by basso (# 4228) on :
 
It's only funny to Hart

which is to say, not at all funny?

(you shouldn't have posted on that thread, H.)

[bloody code]

[ 08. May 2007, 01:50: Message edited by: basso ]
 
Posted by comet (# 10353) on :
 
c'mon gang, I left it wide open for you all to riff on...

What is wrong with comet

how shall we count the ways...
 
Posted by Foaming Draught (# 9134) on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by comet:
c'mon gang, I left it wide open for you all to riff on...

What is wrong with comet

how shall we count the ways...

First trip to the Circus for ages, and the victim's beaten me to it [Razz]

Great line though [Smile]
 
Posted by gizzie (# 11715) on :
 
Pasco advises striking ... Teufelchen
Dont you think that´s rather dangerous advice? you might get more than you bargained for.
 
Posted by RuthW (# 13) on :
 
What's so great about sanityman

Well, sanity, for starters!
 
Posted by Cusanus (# 692) on :
 
Evangelical Anglican...Cusanus.

Not me then. Must be another Cusanus around somewhere. [Paranoid]
 
Posted by WatersOfBabylon (# 11893) on :
 
Crap TV? Blame the... Afghan

But not the Indians; they gave us Bollywood.
 
Posted by Adeodatus (# 4992) on :
 
In Ecclesiantics right now -

Evangelical Anglican Adeodatus

It's not true, I tell you! Not true!!
 
Posted by Wesley J (# 6075) on :
 
The Gospel of John...pimple

Is really quite so simple:
A papule here, a pustule there,
Slash on some soap just anywhere.
Come age, says John, you rimple.
 
Posted by churchgeek (# 5557) on :
 
God never sends Merlin the Mad

Makes sense -- "Are all apostles? Are all prophets? Are all teachers? Are all crazy wizards? Do all speak in tongues?"
 
Posted by Henry Troup (# 3722) on :
 
God never sends A Feminine Force

Ya wanna bet on that?
 
Posted by MouseThief (# 953) on :
 
God never sends Mousethief

Me: "Here I am, Lord, send me."

God: "No. I'm sending somebody else. Go back to your seat."
 
Posted by Manipled Mutineer (# 11514) on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by Sioni Sais:
Etiquette Tips for Sioni Sais

"Tact is the unsaid part of what you think" (my Mother).

That's quite brilliant...
 
Posted by Keren-Happuch (# 9818) on :
 
God never sends AverageGuyOnTheStreet

I rather thought he made a habit of it!
 
Posted by Worm in the Grass (# 10999) on :
 
Still haven't found Fishngrl
How about looking near a jetty or a boat then?
 
Posted by mirrizin (# 11014) on :
 
Augustine: The Most Myrrh

Yesirree! That's *Augustine* brand perfume! Get the most myrrh for your money!
 
Posted by Wesley J (# 6075) on :
 
Gordon's Banning in... The Undiscovered Country

Should be over by 27 June! - Oh..., that Gordon... [Ultra confused]

[ 11. May 2007, 21:20: Message edited by: Wesley J ]
 
Posted by churchgeek (# 5557) on :
 
Unlucky Fried Kitten Curiosity killed

Hmmm... what's that there behind the "high voltage" sign? MEOOOOOWWW!
 
Posted by churchgeek (# 5557) on :
 
London meet anyone lookin

Just what are our London shipmates plotting? [Paranoid]
 
Posted by churchgeek (# 5557) on :
 
US Health Insurance:...
(MouseThief)


Geez, they rob you of everything else, why not your mouse too?


(I'm assuming 3 posts in a row in this thread, especially so many hours apart,* is less offensive than it would be, say, in a Purg thread)
*I wrote a paper on my view of soteriology since my last login... you'd think someone else could've posted an FLP! [Razz]
 
Posted by Earwig (# 12057) on :
 
Silly question about the giant cheeseburger.

Does it come with cheese?
 
Posted by Kelly Alves (# 2522) on :
 
Silly question about Beautiful Dreamer.


Any chance she'll wake unto me?
 
Posted by infinite_monkey (# 11333) on :
 
Crappy Choruses and...Gay Organ Grinder

Is this another of the worship styles being discussed in Ecclesiastes?
 
Posted by Papio (# 4201) on :
 
What do we think of Llareggub?


No comment. [Biased]
 
Posted by Wesley J (# 6075) on :
 
Scientology, cult or... Wesley J

Gimme the latter anytime. But then I would say that, wouldn't I? [Cool]

[ 14. May 2007, 20:38: Message edited by: Wesley J ]
 
Posted by MouseThief (# 953) on :
 
Straightforward, honest Mousethief

There. See? I've been trying to tell you guys.
 
Posted by Pure Sunshine (# 11904) on :
 
Red vestments after Ecclesiastical Flip-Flop

Interesting choice of shoes for a priest ...
 
Posted by churchgeek (# 5557) on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by Pure Sunshine:
Red vestments after Ecclesiastical Flip-Flop

Interesting choice of shoes for a priest ...

Here I thought we were wearing red during Ordinary Time and green for martyrs now. White for Good Friday, and black for feast days is odd but manageable. I don't think I'll be able to stomach orange for Advent or yellow all during Lent...
 
Posted by Henry Troup (# 3722) on :
 
Direct line to the Cottontail

I usually get that by planting lettuce and carrots.
 
Posted by basso (# 4228) on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by churchgeek:
Here I thought we were wearing red during Ordinary Time and green for martyrs now.

That cathedral is going downhill fast...
 
Posted by Cottontail (# 12234) on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by Henry Troup:
Direct line to the Cottontail

I usually get that by planting lettuce and carrots.

Here I am! Did somebody say lettuce? [Axe murder]

[ 17. May 2007, 00:42: Message edited by: Cottontail ]
 
Posted by Earwig (# 12057) on :
 
Children's rights to Garfield

Every kid should get their 'toons!
 
Posted by Stevie Boy Wonder (# 11869) on :
 
Trimming the fat with Pants

Presumably this is the advertising slogan for those Bridget Jones-style big knickers that hold everything in at the relevant places?
 
Posted by infinite_monkey (# 11333) on :
 
God, the Devil, and...Garfield.

I think the cat's a bit out of his league with this spinoff.
 
Posted by churchgeek (# 5557) on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by basso:
quote:
Originally posted by churchgeek:
Here I thought we were wearing red during Ordinary Time and green for martyrs now.

That cathedral is going downhill fast...
Yeah, we're halfway to Chinatown now, soon enough we'll hit the financial district I guess. [Razz]
 
Posted by Mama Thomas (# 10170) on :
 
Bottom to top:

AS The bellringers me the cicadas are coming: Global Denomination.
 
Posted by Worm in the Grass (# 10999) on :
 
The New, Improved Pete173

See the Ship has everything, even a better class of bishop!
 
Posted by Balaam (# 4543) on :
 
Causes of unreasonable ViolaWoman

Being made to listen back to their own playing.
 
Posted by infinite_monkey (# 11333) on :
 
Anglicans and the...Young Fogey.

Hee hee.
 
Posted by comet (# 10353) on :
 
Fed Up Dealing with... Moth

the blasted thing has been flirting with the kitchen bulb for hours, circling again and again and again, and I can't catch it! Now the cat's gone bananas and is jumping into the air and making mewling sounds.

I can't take it anymore!!!!
 
Posted by Apothecary (# 3886) on :
 
May book group chasing Mili

Has she upset them or is it Kiss-chase? enquiring minds...
 
Posted by To The Pain (# 12235) on :
 
quote:
Share your favorite... (Jim Goodfellow)
Shan't!
 
Posted by To The Pain (# 12235) on :
 
God, the Devil and...Heydrich

and

Folk around for Free...Kelly Alves

...fail to folk around and there'll be no Kelly Alves for you without payin'
 
Posted by Spike (# 36) on :
 
PMs ... sarkycow

[Killing me] [Devil]
 
Posted by mountainsnowtiger (# 11152) on :
 
I blame ... Chorister

There were some real bum notes during this morning's offertory hymn [Disappointed]
 
Posted by Sioni Sais (# 5713) on :
 
Australian pub bars Viola

you would expect them to ban the banjo and bagpipes first.
 
Posted by Henry Troup (# 3722) on :
 
sanctuary in the middle aumbry

There is such as thing as "too much", you know, even for Anglo-Catholics! An aumbry big enough for a sanctuary is excessive. What do you do, consecrate a whole bakery? And you have at least three of these, even!
 
Posted by Autenrieth Road (# 10509) on :
 
Public Outpouring of Tubbs

Has ended since we got indoor plumbing.
 
Posted by mirrizin (# 11014) on :
 
Public Outpourings of Doublethink

Big Brother is not only watching you, he's all around you.
 
Posted by Henry Troup (# 3722) on :
 
Uniting Church -- thirty Nunc Dimittis

I'd always thought the Uniting Church was lower than that!
 
Posted by mountainsnowtiger (# 11152) on :
 
God, the devil and ... jedijudy

So which one of them has the force?
 
Posted by ViolaWoman (# 12513) on :
 
Kudos to Balaam; I've had to listen to my own playing for years and drink heavily because of it.

I'm not even sure I know what in hell this thread is about, but here's a Dolphy quote in reference to greyhound racing:
quote:
They should ban God racing!
If I should have posted somewhere else, mea culpa, mea culpa, mea maxima culpa (sung in Jimmy Buffet voice)
 
Posted by infinite_monkey (# 11333) on :
 
Non-interventionist...dead edith.

Given the circumstances, the failure to take sides is understandable.
 
Posted by Stevie Boy Wonder (# 11869) on :
 
Where do you buy your infinite_monkey

Duh! From the infinite_monkey shop, of course!
 
Posted by Henry Troup (# 3722) on :
 
Church Music - Whats Hugal

A "wind" organ stop after bugle and fluggel. Plays in the key of H demolished.
 
Posted by Earwig (# 12057) on :
 
Should we meddle with... Mad Geo

I'm not taking the risk...
 
Posted by Henry Troup (# 3722) on :
 
The Fairtrade Movement (Merchant Trader)

I guess he would have an informed opinion!
 
Posted by Jahlove (# 10290) on :
 
What characterized ... Scott Knitter


It used to be a masonic secret purl twist-and-shout + psso but the pattern was lost after the death of Jacques Molay.
 
Posted by infinite_monkey (# 11333) on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by Stevie Boy Wonder:
Where do you buy your infinite_monkey

Duh! From the infinite_monkey shop, of course!

Actually, you just need to buy one. The infinite part is a gift with purchase. [Big Grin]
 
Posted by Worm in the Grass (# 10999) on :
 
Seen all too briefly whilst lurking The Late, Lecherous JArthurCrank


Well, he started the thread!!
 
Posted by Worm in the Grass (# 10999) on :
 
And also a much more delightful mental picture;

Pentecost Liturgy with Bookworm

in his best red cope with lots of tasteful gold embroidery, of course
 
Posted by Autenrieth Road (# 10509) on :
 
Peace protestors found Anti-nuclear media

This is news?
 
Posted by Eutychus (# 3081) on :
 
Creationist museum Squirrel

Obviously hasn't evolved enough to come down from the trees yet.
 
Posted by mirrizin (# 11014) on :
 
Peace Protesters Found Stowaway

...and promptly covered him back up.
 
Posted by churchgeek (# 5557) on :
 
Alphabet's back! Come, agrgurich

...you have options now!

[ 04. June 2007, 23:03: Message edited by: churchgeek ]
 
Posted by Wesley J (# 6075) on :
 
RC Participation in... Foaming Draught

Beer, not wine, for mass in rural Australia attracts masses
 
Posted by Sir Kevin (# 3492) on :
 
Good one, WJ! [Killing me]
 
Posted by churchgeek (# 5557) on :
 
Return of the Latin cor ad cor loquitur

Well, it's not like we weren't warned, but I still wasn't expecting the Latin quite so soon.
 
Posted by Sioni Sais (# 5713) on :
 
Silly question about the coiled spring

How far will it go?

[ 05. June 2007, 15:27: Message edited by: Sioni Sais ]
 
Posted by Wesley J (# 6075) on :
 
Diana Worship - Part... the giant cheeseburger

Live on bread and water, like she did - all funds are for the building of the new Diana temple in Trafalgar Square.
 
Posted by Petrified (# 10667) on :
 
Ely Cathedral welcome hatless

The Hats and Veils thread is spreading
 
Posted by dolphy (# 862) on :
 
The new, improved....Viola

It's a violin! [Two face]
 
Posted by Henry Troup (# 3722) on :
 
Different tunes for Campbellite

And all this time, I thought he just couldn't sing!
 
Posted by Autenrieth Road (# 10509) on :
 
The Byzantine Rite: CuppaT

I thought that was the English Rite.
 
Posted by basso (# 4228) on :
 
I see Paris, I see Gort

Decisions, decisions...
 
Posted by MouseThief (# 953) on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by infinite_monkey:
quote:
Originally posted by Stevie Boy Wonder:
Where do you buy your infinite_monkey

Duh! From the infinite_monkey shop, of course!

Actually, you just need to buy one. The infinite part is a gift with purchase. [Big Grin]
The gift that keeps giving. And giving. And giving. And giving. etc.
 
Posted by Choirboy (# 9659) on :
 
I see Paris...I see Choirboy

There, having been seen in the same place at the same time, you have proven we are not the same person.
 
Posted by To The Pain (# 12235) on :
 
It's certainly...Professor Kirke

...the scholarly air and slight otherworldliness that give it away
 
Posted by Gill H (# 68) on :
 
New tunes for ... chukovsky

The obvious one would be 'Shorofsky' by the Kids from Fame.

Ooooh ... chuk chuk chuk chukovsky!

OK, so only about 3 shipmates will find this funny. Ah well. (Doris Schwartz shrug)
 
Posted by dolphy (# 862) on :
 
[Killing me]
 
Posted by Jahlove (# 10290) on :
 
Church Music - What's... DavidthesPecial

An organ stop that's reserved exclusively for Psalms?
 
Posted by MouseThief (# 953) on :
 
Tolerance of other mirrizim

Golly, I'm still getting used to the one we already have.
 
Posted by mirrizin (# 11014) on :
 
There's another one?!?! Is outrage!!!
 
Posted by comet (# 10353) on :
 
Different tunes for... Gay Organ Grinder
hey, different strokes for different folks, right? [Biased]

[ 09. June 2007, 04:29: Message edited by: comet ]
 
Posted by Lowly Worm (# 11663) on :
 
Worth every penny.... Sister Mary Precious

Well of course she's worth every penny; she is precious after all.
 
Posted by mirrizin (# 11014) on :
 
Bizarre "Use" of a U

Text messaging.
 
Posted by comet (# 10353) on :
 
mirrizin beat me to it. I was thinking perhaps the less bizarre use would be "Yoose"

[ 09. June 2007, 23:44: Message edited by: comet ]
 
Posted by Eutychus (# 3081) on :
 
Bizarre "use" of a/the coiled spring

The mind boggles [aided by slightly remodelled punctuation]
 
Posted by The Great Gumby (# 10989) on :
 
In the same vein:

Bizarre 'use' of a Nightlamp
 
Posted by comet (# 10353) on :
 
that thread is a gift.

just now:
bizarre use of a Golden Key

and then
bizarre use of a Nightlamp

now how can we get Thurible to post on there? oooo or Hooker's Trick! [Big Grin]

(great minds, Gumby)

[ 10. June 2007, 07:53: Message edited by: comet ]
 
Posted by Henry Troup (# 3722) on :
 
Any genealogy freaks basso

I think they're all squeaky tenors!

Anglican Liturgical Liturgy Queen

a member of the Department of Redundancy Department
 
Posted by Liturgy Queen (# 11596) on :
 
I posted on the following thread expressly to provide FLP-fodder. (sigh)

Bizarre 'use' of a Liturgy Queen

And finally...

Canadian Primatial Liturgy Queen

How sensible. While the Americans are clamoring for a Primatial Vicar, the Canadians get something much more useful. I propose that this office be established immediately.
 
Posted by Sioni Sais (# 5713) on :
 
Brown will give up Cod

Is he going vegetarian then?
 
Posted by lady in red (# 10688) on :
 
preaching Trinity...try

Well it's all a bit complicated but...
 
Posted by Eutychus (# 3081) on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by comet:
that thread is a gift.

Indeed.

bizarre use of a Scot
 
Posted by churchgeek (# 5557) on :
 
Alright, since no one else seems to be going for it...

Growing an anglo catholic churchgeek

Do not plant in direct sunlight. Best environment is indoors and smoky. Water frequently with small amounts of holy water; feed daily with the Sacrament.
 
Posted by gizzie (# 11715) on :
 
I see Paris, I see the coiled spring

a prophetic word..?
 
Posted by basso (# 4228) on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by churchgeek:
Best environment is indoors and smoky.

[Killing me] [Killing me]
 
Posted by churchgeek (# 5557) on :
 
Incense & Thuribles Petrified

[Eek!] How long has it been since you used them?!? -- Never mind, I hear ethanol will clean them right up.
 
Posted by Wesley J (# 6075) on :
 
I see Paris, I see...Goar

That would be 'gore', I presume.
 
Posted by Janine (# 3337) on :
 
Return of the Fitness... Earwig

Well, yeah, I guess the sudden appearance of an Earwig would lead to lots of aerobic activity for some folks.
 
Posted by seasick (# 48) on :
 
Bizarre 'use' of a... Wet Kipper

I don't even want to think about that...
 
Posted by To The Pain (# 12235) on :
 
I wasn't quick enough the first time I posted on the thread but...

Barbeque, BBQ, barbecue,... To The Pain

...I mentioned my fascination with pain, death, blades, blood and fire, right?
 
Posted by mirrizin (# 11014) on :
 
Bizarre "use" of a Scot

Nessie bait.
 
Posted by fisher (# 9080) on :
 
Kids These Days Just Coincidence?

I think there's generally a better explanation for them, and one that's been true for quite a while now...
 
Posted by Wesley J (# 6075) on :
 
Pick up thy board,... the giant cheeseburger

The giant cheeseboard
 
Posted by Henry Troup (# 3722) on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by To The Pain:
I wasn't quick enough the first time I posted on the thread but...

Barbeque, BBQ, barbecue,... To The Pain

...I mentioned my fascination with pain, death, blades, blood and fire, right?

I just thought it was too much cayenne! aka "South-West Chile Macho".


Other People are not like Iole Nui

that's true, they mostly have fewer vowels.
 
Posted by Liturgy Queen (# 11596) on :
 
Why can't the Vatican Divine Outlaw Dwarf

My dear, they're not nearly Catholic enough.
 
Posted by comet (# 10353) on :
 
oh c'mon gang! there's gold in them thar hills!

When you're hanging comet
...be sure to tape her mouth shut as she has a way of weaseling herself around to be on everyone's side of an argument....
 
Posted by Henry Troup (# 3722) on :
 
Abortion and the bigger Socratic-enigma

That's major metaphysics, I think.

Using Incense in the Stranger in a strange land

Thou art God, and therefore I cense thee?
 
Posted by kentishmaid (# 4767) on :
 
Abortion and the bigger comet

I didn't know they were combining it with space travel, these days.
 
Posted by Jahlove (# 10290) on :
 
Baptist Church Visit A Feminine Force

Has she enough teacups for the whole denomination?
 
Posted by infinite_monkey (# 11333) on :
 
Using incense in the...Choirboy.
On the Choirboy, no problem, but in ?
 
Posted by infinite_monkey (# 11333) on :
 
Double posting for the irresistable:

How will you celebrate the...Lowly Worm.

It will be a subdued, but heartfelt, affair.
 
Posted by mirrizin (# 11014) on :
 
When You're Hanging mirrizin

Wait a minute...isn't this kinda like that "when did you start cheating on your wife" question? I think I object to the assumption that underlies that comment!!! [Eek!]
 
Posted by Stevie Boy Wonder (# 11869) on :
 
What do we do with... pimple

Well, your main options are to apply some cream, or squeeze and be done with it...
 
Posted by MouseThief (# 953) on :
 
Mentally Ill Students... Moo

Those are the ones you gotta watch.
 
Posted by infinite_monkey (# 11333) on :
 
Reserved Sacrament...Pearl B4 Swine.

Hey now, watch what you're calling the housebound!
 
Posted by comet (# 10353) on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by MouseThief:
Mentally Ill Students... Moo

Those are the ones you gotta watch.

Dammit, MT - you beat me to it! that is my favorite one EVER.
 
Posted by churchgeek (# 5557) on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by infinite_monkey:
Using incense in the...Choirboy.
On the Choirboy, no problem, but in ?

Sure! They inhale so much of it, might as well recycle! Just have a choirboy go exhale on the congregation e the priest is censing the altar.


What do we do with Mama Thomas

We celebrate the Mass! He'll do most of the talking, but our parts are in boldface in the service leaflet.
 
Posted by Chorister (# 473) on :
 
Highest church in the Cardinal Pole Vault

Hey, now that's a game we haven't yet tried in the Circus!
 
Posted by PeteCanada (# 10422) on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by comet:
quote:
Originally posted by MouseThief:
Mentally Ill Students... Moo

Those are the ones you gotta watch.

Dammit, MT - you beat me to it! that is my favorite one EVER.
Well, that certainly made me snort my tea!
 
Posted by Henry Troup (# 3722) on :
 
The New, Improved Halo

with Dura-shine™!
 
Posted by Stevie Boy Wonder (# 11869) on :
 
Stoles, stoles and Saint Bertelin

That's got to be the easiest "odd one out" competition I've seen in a long while...
 
Posted by Chorister (# 473) on :
 
Children / Youth Services Curiosity killed.....

Well, serves you right for making church so interesting - that's dangerous, don't you know.
 
Posted by Henry Troup (# 3722) on :
 
20-year Episcopal Priest Matins

That's way too long a sermon!
 
Posted by churchgeek (# 5557) on :
 
How a Messiah can get infinite_monkey

He can find a boy with 5 loaves and 2 monkeys, and take it from there?


(This thread will be fun for us I'm sure)
 
Posted by Choirboy (# 9659) on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by churchgeek:
quote:
Originally posted by infinite_monkey:
Using incense in the...Choirboy.
On the Choirboy, no problem, but in ?

Sure! They inhale so much of it, might as well recycle! Just have a choirboy go exhale on the congregation e the priest is censing the altar.


Yikes! I'll be sure to have a breath mint first as well. [Razz]

[ 19. June 2007, 04:00: Message edited by: Choirboy ]
 
Posted by MouseThief (# 953) on :
 
When you're hanging infinite_monkey

You need a very, very, very long rope!
 
Posted by infinite_monkey (# 11333) on :
 
Get out of the priesthood...the silent acolyte.
Speak up or ship out. [Big Grin]
 
Posted by Wesley J (# 6075) on :
 
To be or not to be... Liopleurodon

Can't do much about it, can you? It's evolution.
 
Posted by infinite_monkey (# 11333) on :
 
To be or not to be...Cod.
Pro: Breathes under water. Con: Gets fried with chips.
Hmm.
 
Posted by churchgeek (# 5557) on :
 
Get out of the priesthood Choirboy

and back into the choir, where you belong!
 
Posted by mirrizin (# 11014) on :
 
I Don't Care if You're the Bede's American Successor

Especially given that I don't even know who the original Bede was...
 
Posted by Triple Tiara (# 9556) on :
 
Lutheran "Fathers" Canute the Holy

- heh, I though it was a Calvinist who would father a predestined saint

[ 20. June 2007, 23:26: Message edited by: Triple Tiara ]
 
Posted by churchgeek (# 5557) on :
 
AngloCat shacks with Liturgy Queen

Two ways to read this:
--AngloCatholic parishes feature liturgy queens, in which case it's hardly news; and
--someone called/going by AngloCat shacking up with someone named Liturgy Queen, in which case it sounds like an excellent pairing!
 
Posted by infinite_monkey (# 11333) on :
 
The purpose of the Sharkshooter

Is... to shoot sharks. Duh.
 
Posted by MouseThief (# 953) on :
 
Eternal damnation for Mousethief

Yeah, well, can't say I didn't see it coming.
 
Posted by mirrizin (# 11014) on :
 
Eternal damnation for Cardinal Pole Vault

Track and Field competition is a mortal sin?!? [Eek!]
 
Posted by comet (# 10353) on :
 
coping with elderly Otter(s)

I hate it when they can't find their own seaweed beds anymore. and then they want you to chew their mussels for them. *sigh* and grandma started peeing in the tide bed last night.
 
Posted by mirrizin (# 11014) on :
 
Can this really be comet?

Well, it could be a shooting star...
 
Posted by Gwai (# 11076) on :
 
Eternal damnation for Littlelady
Now if she'd bothered to grow it might have been different ...
 
Posted by Gwai (# 11076) on :
 
Can this really be The Bede's American Successor?

I don't know, has he thought about writing "The Ecclesiastical History of the American People"?
 
Posted by mirrizin (# 11014) on :
 
When you're hanging Auntie Doris

Make sure that knot is very, very securely tied!
 
Posted by mirrizin (# 11014) on :
 
Can this really be Amazing Grace?

No. It's just an illusion. Try again...
 
Posted by Pure Sunshine (# 11904) on :
 
Ship of Fools - your Pearl b4 Swine

*sigh* some people on these boards are so underappreciated ....
 
Posted by Kelly Alves (# 2522) on :
 
Happy 100th Birthday Chorister

You don't look a day over 98, dear.
 
Posted by churchgeek (# 5557) on :
 
One click on "Boards Home" turned up this wealth of FLPs:

eternal damnation for Laura
I suggest people stop posting on that thread - there seem to be consequences...

Can this really be RooK
If you have to ask...

The Dreaded Red Sober Preacher's Kid
Sober and red?!? [Eek!]

Paul and women (flickering flame)
Ah, there's been a batch of extra-canonical letters found!

Things you never want... Cod
'Tis true - I never liked seafood.
 
Posted by churchgeek (# 5557) on :
 
Even better! Now it's

Eternal damnation for Manx Tabby

I'm sure I've made similar pronouncements on my own tabby at times...
 
Posted by MouseThief (# 953) on :
 
Does anybody else see the thread title

Eternal damnation for a wank

And think, "That sounds like a good trade. I didn't want this eternal damnation anyway"?
 
Posted by Kelly Alves (# 2522) on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by churchgeek:
One click on "Boards Home" turned up this wealth of FLPs:

eternal damnation for Laura
I suggest people stop posting on that thread - there seem to be consequences...

Can this really be RooK
If you have to ask...

The Dreaded Red Sober Preacher's Kid
Sober and red?!? [Eek!]

Paul and women (flickering flame)
Ah, there's been a batch of extra-canonical letters found!

Things you never want... Cod
'Tis true - I never liked seafood.

You should have ended that post with BINGO!!!
 
Posted by dj_ordinaire (# 4643) on :
 
I suppose I oughta point out the dreaded red dj_ordinaire - a fine affirmation of my terrifying Socialist credentials!
 
Posted by MouseThief (# 953) on :
 
Return of the Latin tomb

Hic jacet mus ereptor?
 
Posted by churchgeek (# 5557) on :
 
I'm not your f***ing BroJames

Sorry! I wasn't cc'd on the DNA test results.
 
Posted by mirrizin (# 11014) on :
 
I'm not your f***ing Moo

I mean...do I really look like a cow?!?
 
Posted by infinite_monkey (# 11333) on :
 
Eternal Damnation for...Affirming Catholic.
Ouch.
 
Posted by Papio (# 4201) on :
 
Eternal Damnation for Papio

I wouldn't be at all suprised.
 
Posted by Henry Troup (# 3722) on :
 
I can't resist this "own goal"
Ten Carmandments from Henry Troup

so here they are. Discussion somewhere else...

1. Signal your !@#$ turns before, not after.

2. There are at least two pedals in your car; learn to use them both.

3. Park the $#%^#$ cellphone.

4. Tinted windows and windshields are a dumb idea; other drivers should be able to see if you are looking at traffic or reading Playboy at the wheel.

5. Mirror, signal, blindspot, then move when safe. Do it with some panache.

6. Two seconds following time - it's not that hard a concept. Don't try to "push" me to go faster.

7. Other drivers, pedestrians, cyclists, sheep, squirrels, and everything else on the road have their objectives, too. Yours are not automatically more important.

8. Would it hurt you to wash that thing now and then?

9. Strange noises, drips, vapours, smoke, and the like are your car's way to telling you it's sick. Get it competent help when it needs it.

10. The rules are only a guideline; but have good reasons if you bend or break them.
 
Posted by Eutychus (# 3081) on :
 
Does anyone else just Doublethink

Yes.

I mean no.
 
Posted by Spiffy da WonderSheep (# 5267) on :
 
Eternal Damnation for (Father Gregory)
 
Posted by churchgeek (# 5557) on :
 
What do we do with Karl: Liberal Backslider

Clear the path behind him so he doesn't get hurt?
 
Posted by mirrizin (# 11014) on :
 
Meat with the blood Scarlett

Is vastly superior to cheese with the fuzz chartreuse.
 
Posted by Liturgy Queen (# 11596) on :
 
Thurifers doing The Silent Acolyte

Hmmm, in our diocese, that would violate the Sexual Misconduct Policy.
 
Posted by Sir Kevin (# 3492) on :
 
[Killing me]
 
Posted by Worm in the Grass (# 10999) on :
 
Deacons of honour for St Bertelin

Well, of course and in Ecclesiantics we'll soon have lots of advice on how many, and what they should wear, and where they should stand, and what they should carry and when they should bow whilst honouring this wonderful saint!
 
Posted by Keren-Happuch (# 9818) on :
 
Thurifers doing the Ecclesiastical flip-flop
- sounds like fun. Is this a new dance craze?

[spellnig]

[ 26. June 2007, 15:29: Message edited by: Keren-Happuch ]
 
Posted by mirrizin (# 11014) on :
 
Eternal Damnation for Papio

Well, if he's screwed, we're all screwed. [Help]
 
Posted by andreas1984 (# 9313) on :
 
Adultery: To tell, or...

saysay



Well, if you insist...
 
Posted by Keren-Happuch (# 9818) on :
 
Calling the Church... Pure as the Driven Yellow Snow

I wouldn't dream of it! [Two face]
 
Posted by luvanddaisies (# 5761) on :
 
Anglo-cat shacks with luvanddaisies...

...or, in fact, with anyone else who cares to post on the thread in Eccles.

Slapper [Two face]

[ 27. June 2007, 14:46: Message edited by: luvanddaisies ]
 
Posted by mirrizin (# 11014) on :
 
When Radicals Walked mirrizin

...straining against a collar made entirely of hemp.
 
Posted by wesleyswig (# 5436) on :
 
The new, improved Wesleyswig

Gracious where to start on improvements.....

Regards
John
 
Posted by churchgeek (# 5557) on :
 
The barman gave me Schroedinger's cat

When I open the box, will I have a dead cat or drunk cat?
 
Posted by dolphy (# 862) on :
 
The barman gave me Mousethief
That was heck of a rodent cocktail!
 
Posted by dolphy (# 862) on :
 
Eagle swings hot jedijudy

For once the bald headed eagle has her by the light! [Snigger]
 
Posted by Lyda*Rose (# 4544) on :
 
When you're hanging Josephine... [Eek!] What!!?
 
Posted by Wesley J (# 6075) on :
 
Arabella visits the... Arabella Purity Winterbottom

Visiting oneself is certainly a good idea - plus you know what to expect.
 
Posted by Manipled Mutineer (# 11514) on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by Liturgy Queen:
Thurifers doing The Silent Acolyte

Hmmm, in our diocese, that would violate the Sexual Misconduct Policy.

Oh. I thought it was a dance rather like the Frug, but with more arm movement.
 
Posted by churchgeek (# 5557) on :
 
Al Gore clears his organmeister

[Eek!] Not sure I want to know how that works...
 
Posted by churchgeek (# 5557) on :
 
How will you celebrate Sir Kevin

Well, I guess knighting him's been done...

(But I suspect he'd appreciate just a nice party!)
 
Posted by mirrizin (# 11014) on :
 
How will you celebrate Marmot

Like this.
 
Posted by Wet Kipper (# 1654) on :
 
What music is playing....Lady in Red

Aaaaaargh, Chirs de burgh !!

Turn it off [Mad]
 
Posted by mirrizin (# 11014) on :
 
Mentally Ill Students Duck

Perhaps they see some incoming projectile that none of us will detect until it's too late? [Paranoid]
 
Posted by Wesley J (# 6075) on :
 
My dream job is... churchgeek

Off to seminary, then! [Two face]
 
Posted by Manipled Mutineer (# 11514) on :
 
My dream job is... MouseThief

Lie down on this nice comfy couch and tell me more about this strange compulsion to steal rodents.
 
Posted by mirrizin (# 11014) on :
 
Earliest Use of the Thurible

I'm picturing them being used as clubs of some sort...
 
Posted by Alan Cresswell (# 31) on :
 
My new Hell thread quite unintentionally created some great Famous Last Post opportunities.

Thank God for Erin
Absolutely.
 
Posted by Quercus (# 12761) on :
 
Return of the Latin cor ad cor loquitur

As opposed to the Greek cor ad cor loquitor?
 
Posted by rufiki (# 11165) on :
 
Thank God for Amazing Grace

Amen.
 
Posted by Quercus (# 12761) on :
 
Somewhat poor taste, so I'll apologise first, but it made me laugh. I'm sorry.

Mentally ill students Moo

Which'll make diagnosis a lot easier...


ETA: it's just changed to "Mentally ill students Duck". Please, someone whose name isn't a verb post in that thread. Quickly.

[ 04. July 2007, 16:51: Message edited by: Quercus ]
 
Posted by Saint Bertelin (# 5638) on :
 
Currently heading up Purgatory:

Church historian seeks...bush baptist

...for fun and frolics.
 
Posted by churchgeek (# 5557) on :
 
Thank God for Duo Seraphim

They'll go so nicely with my Duo Cherubim.

[Angel] [Angel]


(eta: Quercus, you're cracking me up!)

[ 05. July 2007, 04:22: Message edited by: churchgeek ]
 
Posted by Smudgie (# 2716) on :
 
TubaMirum - Moron... MouseThief

I know that thread titles in Hell often use terms of abuse. Calling somebody a moron is one thing. But accusing them of stealing rodents without any evidence to back it up is surely libellous.
 
Posted by MouseThief (# 953) on :
 
[Paranoid]
 
Posted by dolphy (# 862) on :
 
Thank God for...Jahlove
Many of us do, regularly!
 
Posted by wesleyswig (# 5436) on :
 
Is this actually in (Custard)

A question often asked, and that is before we reach mass produced custard...

Regards
John
 
Posted by Henry Troup (# 3722) on :
 
Am I the only one in Lothlorien

Frodo and Bilbo will be along soon!
 
Posted by churchgeek (# 5557) on :
 
Harry Potter - the Sober Preacher's Kid

In the knock-off "Christian" version of the tale, Harry Potter finds out his real father isn't a wizard at all, and it turns out everything heroic Harry's ever done has simply been through the Power of the Spirit.
 
Posted by churchgeek (# 5557) on :
 
Am I the only one in 206

No, there are 205 others.
 
Posted by MouseThief (# 953) on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by churchgeek:
Am I the only one in 206

No, there are 205 others.

That's also Seattle's area code (and the suburbs due south). Plenty of others in 206.
 
Posted by Jahlove (# 10290) on :
 
Return of the Latin ... Treatise

Oh dear. Will it take awfully long?
 
Posted by Quercus (# 12761) on :
 
Recipe Thread - the ... Sparrow

Like chicken, only less filling, and harder to carve.
 
Posted by Wesley J (# 6075) on :
 
"Thank God for... Alan Cresswell

Aye! [Cool]
 
Posted by Henry Troup (# 3722) on :
 
Christian Nutters at Lynn MagdalenCollege

Oh, the Cambridge Movement?
 
Posted by dj_ordinaire (# 4643) on :
 
Without an 'E' on the end is The Other Place. Thanks muchly [Biased]
 
Posted by churchgeek (# 5557) on :
 
Is this actually in Mrs Whibley

Shall we get an x-ray? Or just ask her what she's been eating?
 
Posted by dolphy (# 862) on :
 
Eagle swings hot..jedijudy.

Is not not about time those bald headed ones understood a hot flush?
 
Posted by Evangeline (# 7002) on :
 
Today's look at the board yielded these:

Non-RC reaction to Sober Preacher's Kid.

Is the RC reaction obvious?

Am I the only one in Amazing Grace?

[ 08. July 2007, 04:51: Message edited by: Evangeline ]
 
Posted by Henry Troup (# 3722) on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by dj_ordinaire:
Without an 'E' on the end is The Other Place. Thanks muchly [Biased]

Drat, that's even funnier!

Today's offering

Are animals really CrookedCucumber

No, cucumber is definitely a vegetable. "All flesh is grass" is a metaphor.
 
Posted by Jahlove (# 10290) on :
 
  Time we confronted Timothy the Obscure

Perhaps - but with what? He's just too vague
 
Posted by Worm in the Grass (# 10999) on :
 
Seen earlier this morning Time we confronted Myrrh
An impossible feat I'm afraid, Myrrh is immune to normal confrontation
 
Posted by Ariel (# 58) on :
 
Those Damn Pigeons - Sparrow.

Dear Editor,

I'm writing to say that we the undersigned of Trafalgar Square are very annoyed that the Pigeon community have taken over our perches, demand bread in a menacing sort of way and are regularly seen fare-dodging on the Tube. The sooner they're given ASBOs the better. Yours sincerely, A Sparrow and Others.
 
Posted by Henry Troup (# 3722) on :
 
Unfeeling management Erin

Yes, sir!
 
Posted by Keren-Happuch (# 9818) on :
 
Can this really be Spiffy da Wondersheep?

I do believe it is!

[ 09. July 2007, 20:43: Message edited by: Keren-Happuch ]
 
Posted by Spiffy da WonderSheep (# 5267) on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by Keren-Happuch:
Can this really be Spiffy da Wondersheep?

I do believe it is!

Are you sure about that?
 
Posted by Petrified (# 10667) on :
 
Books for 8 year olds Moo

I would have thought they were a bit old for that
 
Posted by Wet Kipper (# 1654) on :
 
Christian Nutters at...Twilight

yes, that is a particularly awkward time of day to encounter them.
 
Posted by kentishmaid (# 4767) on :
 
You beat me to it, Wet Kipper. I was going to mention that one!

Just a nutter at Twilight
When the lights are low......
 
Posted by Quercus (# 12761) on :
 
Pope: Other denominations ... Petrified

Benedict can be a bit alarming at times.
 
Posted by mirrizin (# 11014) on :
 
Pope: Other denominations hatless

Got mitre?
 
Posted by MouseThief (# 953) on :
 
Does anybody else just ken

I dinna ken what I ken.
 
Posted by Papio (# 4201) on :
 
Time we confronted Myrrh?

Not. Saying. Anything.
 
Posted by Henry Troup (# 3722) on :
 
Anglican Attendances (Choirboy)

You'd expect a few!
 
Posted by Keren-Happuch (# 9818) on :
 
In whose name are we seasick?

Good question!
 
Posted by Sioni Sais (# 5713) on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by Keren-Happuch:
In whose name are we seasick?

Good question!

"Huey!", I understand.
 
Posted by Lyda*Rose (# 4544) on :
 
Swap the sausages and the...parsley sage

They are interchangeable?
 
Posted by The Great Gumby (# 10989) on :
 
I lost my cherry to... Amazing Grace

That thread's just going to keep on giving.
 
Posted by Papio (# 4201) on :
 
My God, My God, Barnabas62

Didn't realise that Barney was God. You learn something new every day.
 
Posted by luvanddaisies (# 5761) on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by The Great Gumby:
I lost my cherry to... Amazing Grace

That thread's just going to keep on giving.

Wahey!
It now says on the interweb-thingy that someone lost their cherry to me (so it must be true) [Yipee] .
Must have been pissed though - I didn't notice [Roll Eyes] .

[ 14. July 2007, 22:26: Message edited by: luvanddaisies ]
 
Posted by Lamb Chopped (# 5528) on :
 
quote:
Am I the only one in Lamb Chopped?
Hey, it ain't an orgy, folks.
 
Posted by The Silent Acolyte (# 1158) on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by The Great Gumby:
That thread's just going to keep on giving.

It was quite unintentional folks. I rarely venture outside Ecclesiantics and I barely knew what this thread was until Luvanddises pointed it out on the thread in question, but I'm happy to have obliged.

Oh, no! I momentarily lost it to Erin just now.
 
Posted by Wesley J (# 6075) on :
 
I lost my cherry to... Erin

Some like it hot. [Ultra confused]
 
Posted by Wesley J (# 6075) on :
 
Why can't RC Priests... Sober Preacher's Kid

Dunno. Do you?
 
Posted by Gort (# 6855) on :
 
I lost my cherry to... Gort

Please ladies, form an orderly queue. No shoving or pushing.
 
Posted by churchgeek (# 5557) on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by Wesley J:
Why can't RC Priests... Sober Preacher's Kid

Dunno. Do you?

Well, they could start by giving the kid communion only in one kind...


I couldn't help myself:
God will hold YOU accountable churchgeek

[Ultra confused] I hope God doesn't mind rambling, wordy posts on Ship of Fools, then, because if so, I'm doomed!
 
Posted by luvanddaisies (# 5761) on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by Wesley J:
I lost my cherry to... Erin

Some like it hot. [Ultra confused]

[Eek!] [Killing me]

'Twould be an experience to remember, methinks [Biased] [Razz]
 
Posted by Kelly Alves (# 2522) on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by The Great Gumby:

That thread's just going to keep on giving.

On that note--

I lost my cherry to... Divine Outlaw Dwarf

We needed a stepladder, but it was heaven! [Yipee]

[ 15. July 2007, 19:09: Message edited by: Kelly Alves ]
 
Posted by Timothy the Obscure (# 292) on :
 
I want to understand Timothy the Obscure

If I wanted you to understand, I wouldn't be Obscure!

(Like I was going to let somebody else get this one...)
 
Posted by Kelly Alves (# 2522) on :
 
Do not. DO NOT. Post on the wierd animal sex thread in Heaven.
 
Posted by comet (# 10353) on :
 
Weird animal sex Lowly Worm
followed immediately by,
Weird animal sex MouseThief

first you find a worm...

or maybe steal a mouse...

(now it's Weird animal sex (comet) which makes me think, "yes please!")

excellent crosspost! [Big Grin]

[ 16. July 2007, 04:28: Message edited by: comet ]
 
Posted by Barnabas62 (# 9110) on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by Papio:
My God, My God, Barnabas62

Didn't realise that Barney was God. You learn something new every day.

Well, there's also been My God, My God, andreas1984 .... How does that float your boat? [Biased]
 
Posted by Barnabas62 (# 9110) on :
 
Yipes! Now I've suckered myself!

Worship a mad God or Barnabas62

[Eek!] [Eek!] [Eek!] [Eek!]
 
Posted by Sioni Sais (# 5713) on :
 
I want to understand Lots of Yay

I'd be happy to understand any.
 
Posted by Trudy Scrumptious (# 5647) on :
 
My favourite "Lost My Cherry" FLP is

I lost my cherry
To Filius Luciferi


...because it's got a good beat and you can dance to it.
 
Posted by MouseThief (# 953) on :
 
In Europe, God call me Numpty

Me so depressed. What him thinking?
 
Posted by MouseThief (# 953) on :
 
Inexpensive northerly Saint Bertelin

I assume we're referring to the trade in relics of lesser-known saints, and not our dearly beloved shipmate?! [Eek!]
 
Posted by Badfundie (# 9422) on :
 
Weird animal sex
Cardinal Pole Vault


I've seen bluejays do some pretty weird stuff but this...
 
Posted by Wesley J (# 6075) on :
 
I lost my cherry to... GoodCatholicLad

Whom I hope you are married to!
 
Posted by Gordon Cheng (# 8895) on :
 
There's only one right...Gordon Cheng

And I am wondering if people here can guess which one it is.
 
Posted by Sioni Sais (# 5713) on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by Gordon Cheng:
There's only one right...Gordon Cheng

And I am wondering if people here can guess which one it is.

This one?
 
Posted by Esmeralda (# 582) on :
 
I want to understand.. Karl: Liberal Backslider

Many have tried, few have succeeded!
 
Posted by churchgeek (# 5557) on :
 
Time we confronted Professor Kirke

We know about that flask in your desk... and the one in your coat pocket... and the one in your academic hood...
 
Posted by Henry Troup (# 3722) on :
 
I lost my cherry to Sine Nomine

And his ice cream fork.
 
Posted by Left at the Altar (# 5077) on :
 
I want to understand Babybear

Well, she doesn't like her porridge too hot, or too cold, or too salty. She likes it "Just right".

And her bed shouldn't be too hard, or too soft, or too lumpy, but "just right".

And her seat shouldn't be too big, or too hard, but "just right".

And she is stalked by a home-invader with blonde locks.
 
Posted by The Silent Acolyte (# 1158) on :
 
Mormon "baptism for...The Silent Acolyte

Not on your life.
 
Posted by Evangeline (# 7002) on :
 
Self-rejection is...just call me Numpty

yes it's certainly not a nice way to talk about yourself.
 
Posted by Legodude_uk (# 5671) on :
 
How often do you Boopy

Well at least once a day, more usually... especially if it was a curry the night before!!!
 
Posted by Esmeralda (# 582) on :
 
England finally goes.. Fifi

I do understand, I often go a bit Fifi myself.
 
Posted by mountainsnowtiger (# 11152) on :
 
Our God is ... Lumpy da Moose

Well, I know moose are considered pretty sacred by a number of Shipmates, so that part seems fair enough. But where did you get the idea that God's name is Lumpy?
 
Posted by Gill H (# 68) on :
 
Reminds me of a song!

"Lord, Your name is Lumpy
Lord, Your name is Lumpy
Lumpy Lord, we love You Lord
We glorify and praise your Moosely Name ..."
[Killing me]
 
Posted by comet (# 10353) on :
 
Mormon baptism Tubbs

Do they use bathtubs? old galvanized tubs? I'm trying to picture this. [Biased]
 
Posted by mirrizin (# 11014) on :
 
I want to understand Grits

Seriously! How can anyone stand the salty, buttery mush? [Biased]
 
Posted by MouseThief (# 953) on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by comet:
Mormon baptism Tubbs

Do they use bathtubs? old galvanized tubs? I'm trying to picture this. [Biased]

When we can't get to the creek up in the mountains near our historic chapel (or the creek is frozen over), we have been known to use a molded plastic horse trough for adult baptisms. [Hot and Hormonal]
 
Posted by MouseThief (# 953) on :
 
The new, improved Josephine

<sings>
Don't go changin' to try and please me
You never let me down before, mmmm
 
Posted by OliviaG (# 9881) on :
 
Entire crew: "Awwwwwww!" [Axe murder]
OliviaG
 
Posted by Triple Tiara (# 9556) on :
 
Why did Moses do a Zealot en vacance Because he was tired of the desert after 40 years?
 
Posted by Sioni Sais (# 5713) on :
 
England finally goes Matt Black

no doubt a consequence of the lousy weather.

[ 20. July 2007, 12:30: Message edited by: Sioni Sais ]
 
Posted by rugasaw (# 7315) on :
 
Rosencrantz or Guildenstien ... crowsnest

I find that the Rosencrantz crowsnest completely outshines the Guildenstien model.
 
Posted by Wesley J (# 6075) on :
 
Why did Moses do a... Lamb Chopped

DIY, of course:
quote:
Take a bunch of hyssop, dip it into the blood in the basin and put some of the blood on the top and on both sides of the doorframe. (Exodus 12:22)

 
Posted by Left at the Altar (# 5077) on :
 
Who's gonna die in the giant cheeseburger

Um ... Cheesy? I haven't seen him around these parts for a while.
 
Posted by Wesley J (# 6075) on :
 
Who's gonna die in... comet

Hope it ain't gonna crash down on us! [Eek!]
 
Posted by Triple Tiara (# 9556) on :
 
elders and deacons ken

och aye, they didna ken, but they ken the noo
 
Posted by Keren-Happuch (# 9818) on :
 
Were people saved by Makepiece?

Dunno!
 
Posted by Timothy the Obscure (# 292) on :
 
Our God is Liverpool fan

And we pronounce all Arsenalist heretics anathema...
 
Posted by comet (# 10353) on :
 
dangit, Timothy - you beat me to it.
 
Posted by Triple Tiara (# 9556) on :
 
Ha! and now we have:

Were people saved by custard

at the same times as

Harry Potter teaches andreas1984

well, he does fancy himself as a bit of a wiz kid [Big Grin]

[ 21. July 2007, 19:49: Message edited by: Triple Tiara ]
 
Posted by comet (# 10353) on :
 
it's Pottermania on the Ship!

Harry Potter - the Jester

which is great, but I want to see how we can get DOD to post on that one. [Big Grin]
 
Posted by Triple Tiara (# 9556) on :
 
well, maybe the next best thing:

Harry Potter - the Drifting Star
 
Posted by Chorister (# 473) on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by Triple Tiara:


Were people saved by custard


No, they came to a sticky end.
 
Posted by Lyda*Rose (# 4544) on :
 
Groan! [Biased] [Snigger]
 
Posted by Spiffy da WonderSheep (# 5267) on :
 
I can see why some want the... (GoodCatholicLad)

*squints* Nah, I can't see it.
 
Posted by Worm in the Grass (# 10999) on :
 
Just logged on to find ....

were people saved by churchgeek

[ 22. July 2007, 08:15: Message edited by: Worm in the Grass ]
 
Posted by Esmeralda (# 582) on :
 
Our God is... Beautiful Dreamer

Well now, that sounds like pretty good theology to me.

and:

Get out of the priesthood Filius Luciferi

and while I'm at it, get thee behind me Satan too.
 
Posted by Worm in the Grass (# 10999) on :
 
and now I've found
were people saved by Andreas1984

I wouldn't know for sure and he is a bit brash sometimes, at least mostly good-hearted and charitable so it is possible that he's contributing to people's salavation
 
Posted by churchgeek (# 5557) on :
 
Get out of the priesthood Amazing Grace

But without grace, there is no priesthood... Or did I enroll in the wrong Sacraments class?
 
Posted by Eutychus (# 3081) on :
 
Harry Potter teaches Welsh Dragon

Don't dragons already speak Parseltongue? If so, I suppose it must be getting English lessons.
 
Posted by MouseThief (# 953) on :
 
What's the strangest Amanda B. Recondwyth

I imagine ours is about as strange as they come. [Razz]
 
Posted by Esmeralda (# 582) on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by Eutychus:
Harry Potter teaches Welsh Dragon

Don't dragons already speak Parseltongue? If so, I suppose it must be getting English lessons.

No, no, you've got it all wrong. Snakes speak Parseltongue! Dragons don't speak at all - they don't need to (why speak when you can breathe fire?)

[ 23. July 2007, 22:38: Message edited by: Esmeralda ]
 
Posted by churchgeek (# 5557) on :
 
Were people saved by Anselm

Sounds like a new twist on a very old dead horse...
 
Posted by wesleyswig (# 5436) on :
 
Are All Christian Unions...(Fight Club for the Soul)

[Killing me]

Regards
John
 
Posted by Esmeralda (# 582) on :
 
Ms.. Ken

Well I suppose a gender-neutral title might be a good way of solving all the problems...
 
Posted by dolphy (# 862) on :
 
Flooded UK.. Sinking Pants

[Biased]
 
Posted by luvanddaisies (# 5761) on :
 
Single Christian Woman - Chukovsky
That could create some confusion - especially for her other half...

quote:
Originally posted by dolphy:
Flooded UK.. Sinking Pants
[Biased]

I've made a thread that's contributes to Famous Last Posts.

I'm so proud [Big Grin]
 
Posted by Autenrieth Road (# 10509) on :
 
Were people saved by Wink Murder

So far, only the murderer.
 
Posted by Triple Tiara (# 9556) on :
 
This really sounded like pure gobbledygook when I read it:

Tammy Faye Messner Eutychus
 
Posted by churchgeek (# 5557) on :
 
Rotten Sinner seeks Lamb Chopped

...for good times and culinary pleasure.
 
Posted by MouseThief (# 953) on :
 
Rotten Sinner seeks Sir Pellinore (ret'd)

Almost a quest, you might say.
 
Posted by Janine (# 3337) on :
 
Heaven thread --

It just doesn't go... Petrified

Oh, honey. Sorry to hear it.

They make pills for that, you know.
 
Posted by lady in red (# 10688) on :
 
It just doesn't go Moo

That's because it's a sheep. It goes baaa instead
 
Posted by Petrified (# 10667) on :
 
Is everyone else waiting for Custard to post on the

Just desserts or Cruel...

thread? [Big Grin]
 
Posted by dolphy (# 862) on :
 
I want to understand...dolphy

Something I have been trying to do for the past 40 years! [Roll Eyes]
 
Posted by Zappa (# 8433) on :
 
[You don't look a day over 39 [Biased] ]
 
Posted by mirrizin (# 11014) on :
 
Calling Mad Geo to Beautiful Dreamer

Beautiful dreamer, wake unto me, Starlight and dewdrops are waiting for thee...
 
Posted by Jahlove (# 10290) on :
 
  Calling Mad Geo to... Mad Geo


Well, we all knew it would come to this.
 
Posted by Hazey*Jane (# 8754) on :
 
Rotten sinner seeks... Spike

That sounds a rather drastic intervention. [Ultra confused]
 
Posted by MouseThief (# 953) on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by lady in red:
It just doesn't go Moo

That's because it's a sheep. It goes baaa instead

Damn your eyes! I've been waiting for that one since I started that thread! [Mad] [Biased]
 
Posted by dolphy (# 862) on :
 
I want to understand....jedijudy

She's not that hard to figure out really.
 
Posted by dolphy (# 862) on :
 
I want to understand...Ariel

It's really quite simple, just add it to your washing (if you have water!), and see your whites turn whiter!
 
Posted by Saint Bertelin (# 5638) on :
 
Help! I'm no longer...Plato's cat

Then whose cat are you?
 
Posted by gizzie (# 11715) on :
 
Help, I´m no longer ...andreas 1984

Time marches on....
 
Posted by Spiffy da WonderSheep (# 5267) on :
 
Currently my main page displays:

Kerygmania and extra-biblical (Grits)

and

Seen any disturbing (Mousethief)
 
Posted by andreas1984 (# 9313) on :
 
What about

Microsoft Vista Gort

The New Generation of Windows. Armored against all malicious software.
 
Posted by mirrizin (# 11014) on :
 
Giving and/or Taking Gwai

Hey! That's my wife you're talking about!
 
Posted by Eutychus (# 3081) on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by Saint Bertelin:
Help! I'm no longer...Plato's cat

Then whose cat are you?

Came here to post that. Surely the answer is clear:

Schroëdinger's [Razz]
 
Posted by andreas1984 (# 9313) on :
 
Grandson of FLP Famous Eutychus

Yes, that's right! The Famous Eutychus is the grandson of FLP!
 
Posted by Esmeralda (# 582) on :
 
BBC Heroes: Ariel

Yes, Ariel is indeed the name of the Eric Gill sculpture above the entrance to Broadcasting House. Well spotted.
 
Posted by comet (# 10353) on :
 
I love dogwonderer, but this still makes me laugh:

Is religion about avoiding dogwonderer ?

heh... NAW! I don't go to Church just 'cause it's the one place I know I wont find DW! of course not! [Biased]
 
Posted by comet (# 10353) on :
 
Even better!

Is religion about avoiding... Filius Luciferi
 
Posted by Barnabas62 (# 9110) on :
 
Hot damn! comet, you beat me by a nose! Aren't both of those great?
 
Posted by Esmeralda (# 582) on :
 
England finally goes... Stars

That'll be the day!
 
Posted by mirrizin (# 11014) on :
 
Is Religion about Avoiding Lamb Chopped

Of course! We always eat our lamb whole. It's the only proper way to eat lamb!
 
Posted by dolphy (# 862) on :
 
For I am a man...Ebeth

If that is so, I hope you are a New Balanced one [Biased]

[ 28. July 2007, 17:21: Message edited by: dolphy ]
 
Posted by Triple Tiara (# 9556) on :
 
Another one from the "Is religion thread". For it to work as it did in my head you have to insert the pause at the right place:

Is religion about avoiding Real Ale(?) - Methodist
 
Posted by Triple Tiara (# 9556) on :
 
And now we have

Is anyone correcting Mad Geo

Many have tried...... [Snigger]

[ 28. July 2007, 18:56: Message edited by: Triple Tiara ]
 
Posted by andreas1984 (# 9313) on :
 
father Triple Tiara, why don't Roman Catholics jlg? If only you jlged...
 
Posted by MouseThief (# 953) on :
 
Help! I'm no longer justlooking

I'll be right with you, sir, as soon as I help this customer.
 
Posted by Triple Tiara (# 9556) on :
 
Meaningless! Mousethief

[Snigger]
 
Posted by Spike (# 36) on :
 
Religious word of the chorister

Rubbish. I've never known a chorister to say anything remotely religious.

[ 28. July 2007, 22:04: Message edited by: Spike ]
 
Posted by Henry Troup (# 3722) on :
 
Harry Potter teaches MouseThief

... to fly a broomstick? ... to perform the confundus charm? ... how to reach platform 9 3/4?
 
Posted by Eutychus (# 3081) on :
 
Recommendations for MouseThief

(in case HP runs out of material...)

Go easy on the cashews, Coolers™, and one-liners [Biased]

[ 29. July 2007, 06:06: Message edited by: Eutychus ]
 
Posted by rosamundi (# 2495) on :
 
Is religion about avoiding TubaMirum

I don't think so.
 
Posted by Keren-Happuch (# 9818) on :
 
The nature of Ship Custard

Well, it's slightly softer than Ship's biscuit.
 
Posted by Saint Bertelin (# 5638) on :
 
What time is Midnight...Max.

Is that like Midnight Mass on steroids?
 
Posted by MouseThief (# 953) on :
 
Muslims: what do we ken

nae muckle.
 
Posted by MouseThief (# 953) on :
 
Bumper crop! First, two at a time (simultaneous although not consecutive):

It just doesn't go Mousethief
England finally goes RooK

and then this gem:

Crappy Choruses & Cantiones Sacrae
 
Posted by Earwig (# 12057) on :
 
Father, Son or dogwonderer

Spot the odd one out!
 
Posted by Adeodatus (# 4992) on :
 
Is anyone correcting Adeodatus

At their peril! At their flaming peril!!
 
Posted by MouseThief (# 953) on :
 
Real witchcraft... Lamb Chopped

For your convenience. Now in convenient 1-pound containers.
 
Posted by kentishmaid (# 4767) on :
 
Spotted in Styx this morning:

Ship Stats .... Not Too Bad

Ah, well that's all right then. Although we could do better!
 
Posted by wesleyswig (# 5436) on :
 
The nature of Ship (Doublethink)
Spotted this morning. This is not 1984 or a Brave New World... nothing to see here ... please move along and get back to your relevant sector.

Regards
John
 
Posted by Badfundie (# 9422) on :
 
In Purgatory...

Should people have the Giant Cheeseburger

and

Should people have Custard

[ 31. July 2007, 20:01: Message edited by: Badfundie ]
 
Posted by MouseThief (# 953) on :
 
This is too good:

Is Liberal Theology the Bede's American Successor[?]
 
Posted by Zappa (# 8433) on :
 
On the other hand, Is evangelical theology ... sharktacos is a question that has not necessarily leapt to my hermeneutical attention

[ 01. August 2007, 07:48: Message edited by: Zappa ]
 
Posted by rosamundi (# 2495) on :
 
Christian MP found The Bede's American Successor

But I didn't know he was lost.
 
Posted by Hazey*Jane (# 8754) on :
 
Priest Goes Ballistic Over... GoodCatholicLad

That seems unlikely, surely? [Confused]
 
Posted by Quercus (# 12761) on :
 
Daily Office Refreshed ... Greyface

Good. He's been looking a bit off-colour recently.
 
Posted by Thurible (# 3206) on :
 
I was going to post the same of 'Carys'. How pious.

Thurible
 
Posted by Quercus (# 12761) on :
 
Recipe Thread - the Dormouse

Mm, tasty. And he looks so sweet on the serving dish with a carrot in his mouth. Leg, anyone?
 
Posted by seasick (# 48) on :
 
Christian MP found Thurible

I do hope he returned it, being a Christian and all...
 
Posted by Quercus (# 12761) on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by seasick:
Christian MP found Thurible

I do hope he returned it, being a Christian and all...

I am a man, I was on my own and found myself with a thurible, it was only natural.
 
Posted by Firenze (# 619) on :
 
Celebrity crushes Tubbs

Robbie Coltrane? Jade Goody?
 
Posted by Zappa (# 8433) on :
 
Christian MP found ... Choirboy do not go there.
 
Posted by MouseThief (# 953) on :
 
Swap the sausages and wet kipper

From our new book, Recipe Substitutions That Went Bad
 
Posted by mirrizin (# 11014) on :
 
Are Liberal Christians mirrizin?

Now, mirrizin is certainly a liberal Christian, but I think what you've got there is a wossname logical fallacy.
 
Posted by gizzie (# 11715) on :
 
Christian MP found petrified

rather OTT punishment..
 
Posted by comet (# 10353) on :
 
Dangit, Gizzie beat me to it. I thought it was a sign that the White Witch was branching out. [Biased]
 
Posted by Quercus (# 12761) on :
 
Is the Bishop of Liverpool Nightlamp

No, I don't think so. James Jones never sounds that cross.
 
Posted by dolphy (# 862) on :
 
Me and Gort are gonna Jonah the Whale [Eek!]
 
Posted by Welease Woderwick (# 10424) on :
 
Me and Gort are gonna doctor-frog

[Eek!] [Eek!] [Eek!]

Poor Frog!!

[ 08. August 2007, 11:30: Message edited by: Welease Woderwick ]
 
Posted by Welease Woderwick (# 10424) on :
 
Sorry for the double post but Heaven is currently offering:

The new improved Smudgie

Well, it seems that prayers are answered after all!

[Snigger]
 
Posted by Petrified (# 10667) on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by gizzie:
Christian MP found petrified

rather OTT punishment..

The Chamber of Secrets has been opened!
 
Posted by Smudgie (# 2716) on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by Welease Woderwick:
Sorry for the double post but Heaven is currently offering:

The new improved Smudgie

Well, it seems that prayers are answered after all!

[Snigger]

[Razz]
 
Posted by mirrizin (# 11014) on :
 
Conservative Evangelicals ken

What they ken, I dinnae ken.
 
Posted by wesleyswig (# 5436) on :
 
Pouring Good Wine After (Jack the Lass)

Some are too good to miss...

Regards
John
 
Posted by Gill H (# 68) on :
 
Do you know Jesus? (the giant cheeseburger)

I don't think that's actually one of the Biblical names, is it? Hmmm, maybe in The Message.
 
Posted by Auntie Doris (# 9433) on :
 
The peculiarities of... Auntie Doris

oi.... I resemble that remark!

Auntie Doris x
 
Posted by dolphy (# 862) on :
 
Cell phone owners Moo
Is this a new ringing tone?
 
Posted by Esmeralda (# 582) on :
 
Meaningless... Pimple

Exactly how meaningful do you require your acne to be?
 
Posted by dolphy (# 862) on :
 
What's your favourite...Basket Case

shouldn't that be 'who's'? [Two face]
 
Posted by wesleyswig (# 5436) on :
 
Church Closure for Custard
 
Posted by dolphy (# 862) on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by wesleyswig:
Church Closure for Custard

Communion will never be the same again [Frown]
 
Posted by wesleyswig (# 5436) on :
 
I'm Not Gay But If (Vikki Pollard)

Dear gracious!
Regards
John
 
Posted by dolphy (# 862) on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by wesleyswig:
I'm Not Gay But If (Vikki Pollard)

Yeah but, no but, yeah but.
 
Posted by Kelly Alves (# 2522) on :
 
Dolphy-- [Killing me]

As for this:

quote:
The peculiarities of Janine
...
...
...

What's the character limit for a single post, again?

( [Biased] )
 
Posted by Esmeralda (# 582) on :
 
Not an FLP but a thread starter, but I have to get this in before anyone else does:

I'm not gay but if I was I'd fancy... Esmeralda

Bit of an own goal there.
 
Posted by Foaming Draught (# 9134) on :
 
For I am a SELF-ABSORBED Mousethief

Don't be so hard on yourself
 
Posted by mirrizin (# 11014) on :
 
For I am a Self Absorbed Foaming Draught

Try Introspective Ale the microbrew for navel gazers everywhere!
 
Posted by Kelly Alves (# 2522) on :
 
For I am a Self Absorbed Telepath

I only read my own mind.

(this thread is a gold mine.)
 
Posted by MouseThief (# 953) on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by Kelly Alves:
For I am a Self Absorbed Telepath

I only read my own mind.

(this thread is a gold mine.)

Damn your eyes!
 
Posted by Kelly Alves (# 2522) on :
 
[Snigger]
 
Posted by Gwai (# 11076) on :
 
What's your LEAST favourite... Curious Kitten
Hard to say since I'm a pretty big fan of curious kittens.
 
Posted by mirrizin (# 11014) on :
 
The peculiarities of Schroedinger's Cat

What could possibly be peculiar about a feline that is simultaneously alive and dead as long as it remains in the confines of a box? I couldn't imagine anything more ordinary!
 
Posted by Matrix (# 3452) on :
 
London, what's the ...
Max.

oh, about 7 mph i'd say.
 
Posted by Henry Troup (# 3722) on :
 
What's your LEAST favourite infinite_monkey

The one who typed out A Winter's Tale
 
Posted by Mamacita (# 3659) on :
 
Until I messed it up by posting, Heaven had the following gem:

Meteoric Observations.... comet
 
Posted by Golden Key (# 1468) on :
 
The peculiarities of Zappa.


What's the world coming to (?) Zappa.


[Paranoid]
 
Posted by dolphy (# 862) on :
 
Church websites...sparkle.

Must be the early countdown to Christmas!
 
Posted by churchgeek (# 5557) on :
 
I can take care of Arabella Purity Winterbottom

I really hope that means "care for," otherwise I hate to think of it!

Spong Banned in Sydney Doublethink

I'm assuming clearer reasoning then would lead Syndey to welcome heterodoxy?
 
Posted by Janine (# 3337) on :
 
In Dead Horses --

It's The Slammer For... Cusanus

Hmph. Leading a life of crime right under our noses, and I never knew.
 
Posted by MouseThief (# 953) on :
 
When I grew up, I was Sir Kevin

You should have seen what I started as!

[ 16. August 2007, 00:50: Message edited by: MouseThief ]
 
Posted by Timothy the Obscure (# 292) on :
 
I'd rather vote for...comet

Well, who wouldn't?
 
Posted by comet (# 10353) on :
 
I'm pretty sure Karl Rove and his pals might be a bit uncomfortable with my ticket.

just a guess.

(wanna be my running mate? "vote for Comet/Obscure 2008!")
 
Posted by MouseThief (# 953) on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by comet:
I'm pretty sure Karl Rove and his pals might be a bit uncomfortable with my ticket.

just a guess.

(wanna be my running mate? "vote for Comet/Obscure 2008!")

If your ticket makes Karl Rove uncomfortable, I will definitely consider voting for you. If it makes him squeal with pain, I'll even work door-to-door for you.
 
Posted by infinite_monkey (# 11333) on :
 
I so want to post on that thread, just to create an FLP that pretty much sums up my feelings on the electoral process.
 
Posted by comet (# 10353) on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by MouseThief:
If it makes him squeal with pain, I'll even work door-to-door for you.

Golly! what do I get if I get him to cry out for his mommy and beg for mercy?
[Two face]

(I say do it, IM!)
 
Posted by MouseThief (# 953) on :
 
I'll leave that to your imagination.
 
Posted by Petrified (# 10667) on :
 
Trimming the fat with ... Campbel - lite

Well of course that is the low fat version [Big Grin]
 
Posted by dolphy (# 862) on :
 
I can take care of...ebeth

Yes, this is true but she can take good care of herself and she has the boots to prove it!
 
Posted by dolphy (# 862) on :
 
When I grew up I was...Beautiful Dreamer

If only there had been an 'a' !!!
 
Posted by comet (# 10353) on :
 
Unfeeling management... Pants

but if you throw them a stick they get very happy!
 
Posted by gizzie (# 11715) on :
 
Why should we trust anteater?
whoever said we did?
 
Posted by Tina (# 63) on :
 
Not actually an FLP, but Purg has the consecutive thread titles:

Why should we trust ... Natural Family Planning

IngoB's doing his best to answer that one [Biased]
 
Posted by infinite_monkey (# 11333) on :
 
The 2007 Praise Reports...Not Too Bad.

Spoken with true Christian humility.
 
Posted by dolphy (# 862) on :
 
The new, improved....Jack the Lass

That's what fieldwork in a foreign country does for you [Biased]
 
Posted by mirrizin (# 11014) on :
 
Religious Reporter Abandons mirrizin

Hallelujah! I never thought I'd ever get rid that intrusive pest!
 
Posted by dolphy (# 862) on :
 
Vaginal Cosmetic Surgery...The Coiled Spring
This brings [Waterworks] to the eyes!
 
Posted by Pure Sunshine (# 11904) on :
 
This amused me inordinately:

The prayer of humble Custard


Presumably this is to be said while topping your serving of humble pie.
 
Posted by MouseThief (# 953) on :
 
I am really Mousethief.

Honest!
 
Posted by Kelly Alves (# 2522) on :
 
You forgot the goofed-up bold tags.

Should be "I am [ B]really[/B]...

[ 19. August 2007, 21:02: Message edited by: Kelly Alves ]
 
Posted by MouseThief (# 953) on :
 
I'm not that Mousethief.
 
Posted by churchgeek (# 5557) on :
 
Bishop suggests calling Dinghy Sailor

Sorry, but the Caption Competition has moved on...
 
Posted by Esmeralda (# 582) on :
 
I'm really offended... Miffy

Yes well, being miffy generally includes being offended!
 
Posted by Henry Troup (# 3722) on :
 
Recipe Thread - The Dormouse

was eaten by the Romans, but isn't to most modern tastes.
 
Posted by Suze (# 5639) on :
 
Bit of a split going on between Styx and Hell..

I'm not easily offended... Kelly Alves

I'm really offended... dogwonderer
 
Posted by dolphy (# 862) on :
 
It's the slammer for Janine [Eek!]
 
Posted by churchgeek (# 5557) on :
 
Modern Anglo-Catholic Hooker's Trick

"Hey, baby, wanna help me untie my amice? Mmmm, I'll bet you've got a nice, big thurible... Boy, would I love to get a maniple on you!"
 
Posted by Foaming Draught (# 9134) on :
 
The prayer of Humble Cusanus
quote:
Lord, I am not worthy to be a Principal,
but speak the word ..... [Biased]


 
Posted by The Silent Acolyte (# 1158) on :
 
Does one have to be ...

Freddy


God, I hope not, I have enough trouble getting my own act right.
 
Posted by Timothy the Obscure (# 292) on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by dolphy:
It's the slammer for Janine [Eek!]

Rather draconian, really--I think a hundred hours of community service would be enough. [Razz]
 
Posted by luvanddaisies (# 5761) on :
 
My spiritual deepness is confirmed!

quote:
Bishop suggests calling luvanddaisies

 
Posted by churchgeek (# 5557) on :
 
Does one have to be the Virgin Merry?

No, one is certainly entitled to be bitter about it.
 
Posted by Josephine (# 3899) on :
 
Bishop suggests calling the Pookah

And with good reason, I'd say!
 
Posted by churchgeek (# 5557) on :
 
Things I want to know Curiosity Killed

[Confused]
 
Posted by Zappa (# 8433) on :
 
Okay - I don't normally do me, (but because no one else did [Waterworks] ) Shite your priest told ... Zappa

Now where do I start? (Though in reality my experience of priests was generally a boringly positive experience)
 
Posted by Henry Troup (# 3722) on :
 
Rowan Williams visits Amanda B. Reckondwythe

Now that's a shipmeet to see!
 
Posted by Pure as the Driven Yellow Snow (# 9397) on :
 
Shite your priest told... Pure as the Driven Yellow Snow

Pure Gold. So to speak.
 
Posted by churchgeek (# 5557) on :
 
Paedophiles: Criminal Basketcase

One way to put it...
 
Posted by Quercus (# 12761) on :
 
Shite your priest told dogwonderer

No wonder the poor bloke's an atheist. Still, at least we know who to blame.
 
Posted by luvanddaisies (# 5761) on :
 
How sad am I that I keep checking to see if Petrified has posted on the "Should I be scared" thread in The Styx? [Hot and Hormonal] [Roll Eyes] [Help]
 
Posted by Not Too Bad (# 8770) on :
 
Well the deed is done! Look no more!

Should I be scared? Petrified

[Devil]
 
Posted by Sioni Sais (# 5713) on :
 
The problem of the Custard

is often that it is too thin.
 
Posted by Sioni Sais (# 5713) on :
 
In the nick of time!

The New, Improved Custard

.. is neither too thin nor lumpy. It does have skin though and is served with apple pie or crumble.
 
Posted by Chapelhead (# 21) on :
 
An error has occurred - Pyx_e

Well, that's not a very polite whay to describe him.

[ 24. August 2007, 11:26: Message edited by: Chapelhead ]
 
Posted by luvanddaisies (# 5761) on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by Not Too Bad:
Well the deed is done! Look no more!

Should I be scared? Petrified

[Devil]

[Waterworks] [Mad] Bastard! Picking a time when I wasn't there.

Methinks it'd be a somewhat lame hell-call though [Biased]

quote:
Originally posted by Chapelhead:
An error has occurred - Pyx_e

Well, that's not a very polite whay to describe him.

Twice gazumped in the same 24-hour period.

Woe is me, indeed. [Tear] [Roll Eyes]
 
Posted by Gwai (# 11076) on :
 
Priest goes ballistic searching for absolutes

The whole God business does do that to one!
 
Posted by Welease Woderwick (# 10424) on :
 
In Heaven at the moment we have:

Celebrity crushes Ruth W

I do hope she's all right.
 
Posted by Zappa (# 8433) on :
 
How did you find the ... comet

1) I looked up
2) Cold, icy
3) I had to be quick. Very quick.
 
Posted by mountainsnowtiger (# 11152) on :
 
How did you find the ... AverageGuyOnTheStreet?

Er, I walked onto an average street and picked out an average-looking guy, actually.
 
Posted by comet (# 10353) on :
 
Butt Cracks Comet
Gigantic Ass Appears in the Sky and Damages Heavenly Body

news at 11!
 
Posted by dolphy (# 862) on :
 
How did you find the .. daisydaisy

He loves me, He loves me not, He loves me, He loves me not, He loves me, He loves me not...

He loves me [Big Grin]
 
Posted by dolphy (# 862) on :
 
People I'd like to.. rugasaw

The list is long, the list is very long!
 
Posted by comet (# 10353) on :
 
Suitable attire for... Foaming Draught

some people would argue for a stein, but I say it has to be a pint glass or it's just not the same.
 
Posted by Wet Kipper (# 1654) on :
 
that thread could come up with a whole hoard of FLPs

Suitable Attire for...doctor-frog

Not even the white coat could hide the obvious.
 
Posted by luvanddaisies (# 5761) on :
 
[immature snickering] [Snigger]
Vaginal Cosmetic Surgery; ORGANMEISTER
[Snigger] [/immature snickering]

[Roll Eyes]
 
Posted by alienfromzog (# 5327) on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by luvanddaisies:
[immature snickering] [Snigger]
Vaginal Cosmetic Surgery; ORGANMEISTER
[Snigger] [/immature snickering]

[Roll Eyes]

D'oh! Beat me too it. I mean who else would you expect to do such work?
 
Posted by Henry Troup (# 3722) on :
 
Another Republican comet

with a tail of pure Florida chad?
 
Posted by Golden Key (# 1468) on :
 
Cthulu and the Flying Firenze

"She flies through the air with the greatest of ease..."
[Overused]
 
Posted by Earwig (# 12057) on :
 
How did you find the Jolly Jape

Hilarious!
 
Posted by Zappa (# 8433) on :
 
Is it possible to be ... Eutychus . Yes. For a while. Stay away from windows, though.
 
Posted by mirrizin (# 11014) on :
 
Osama bin Laden as Amanda B. Reckondwythe

In his dreams...
 
Posted by Dee. (# 5681) on :
 
Vaginal Piercings & Rook

He moonlights as a body piercer?
 
Posted by Welease Woderwick (# 10424) on :
 
I had giggled at that one too!

Currently starring in Purgatory we have:

Who is right - a serious Freddy!
 
Posted by Drifting Star (# 12799) on :
 
I baptise you with... Real Ale Methodist

Is this a new methodist policy?
 
Posted by MouseThief (# 953) on :
 
How did you find the dormouse

He was in the teapot!
 
Posted by Thurible (# 3206) on :
 
RC Communion under Liturgy Queen

I thought his name was Benedict?

Thurible
 
Posted by MouseThief (# 953) on :
 
Another Republican comet

I didn't realize they voted. They must use absentee ballots.
 
Posted by Keren-Happuch (# 9818) on :
 
Another Republican comet

You mean there was a first one?
 
Posted by Quercus (# 12761) on :
 
Help for a worn-out comet

A new tail and a bit of a push, maybe?
 
Posted by Golden Key (# 1468) on :
 
How did you come to infinite monkey?


Well, I was selling an infinite selection of typewriters door-to-door...
 
Posted by Wet Kipper (# 1654) on :
 
is it possible to be....matt black

definitely - simply buy something not in the "glossy" aisle.
 
Posted by Amos (# 44) on :
 
Another Republican...ORGANMEISTER


in his dreams.
 
Posted by Thurible (# 3206) on :
 
Kids' Yoga Class banned asher

That's not very welcoming of them!

Thurible
 
Posted by kentishmaid (# 4767) on :
 
What we did on our Spike

Frankly, I just don't want to know. It sounds extremely painful.
 
Posted by Welease Woderwick (# 10424) on :
 
What brought you to Gwai?

Isn't that a rather personal question?
 
Posted by luvanddaisies (# 5761) on :
 
Help for a worn out Josephine
Get off the computer and give her a hand, Mousethief.
 
Posted by basso (# 4228) on :
 
Collective nouns for Mousethief.
No thanks. One is quite enough.
 
Posted by Eutychus (# 3081) on :
 
Unequally yoked, or... Custard

(Shades of the knights who say "nih")

Then again, if it's not a threat perhaps it's just alternative ingredient/recipe suggestions.

[ 01. September 2007, 10:45: Message edited by: Eutychus ]
 
Posted by Mamacita (# 3659) on :
 
Bubble wrap in the post. . . . bubblepack

Well, of course.
 
Posted by Triple Tiara (# 9556) on :
 
My friend, the Bastard MouseThief

[Snigger]
 
Posted by Jimmy B (# 220) on :
 
Ted Haggard wants $$$
Not really a FLP... but every time I see this I mis-read it as 'Ted Haggard wants a$$'
[Ultra confused]
(Where the modest do alter rude words with letter-like symbols)
 
Posted by Zappa (# 8433) on :
 
Suitable attire for ... Gay Organ Grinder
I would have thought a cassock would suffice. With sensible shoes.
 
Posted by Josephine (# 3899) on :
 
How 'bout that Hebrew Moo
Would that be a kosher cow?
 
Posted by Drifting Star (# 12799) on :
 
Céilidh and Barn Dance To The Pain

Can't I just have a moan and take a painkiller? [Frown]
 
Posted by To The Pain (# 12235) on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by Drifting Star:
Céilidh and Barn Dance To The Pain

Can't I just have a moan and take a painkiller? [Frown]

No, sorry, you must dance and dance and dance until your feet are blistered, your legs incapable of holding you up and you have bruises all along the inside of your upper arm... that is what to the pain means.

If it's any consolation I have been known to dance til all those things were true [Roll Eyes] and Woo! I'm a FLP! [Yipee]

[eta errant 'n']

[ 03. September 2007, 12:41: Message edited by: To The Pain ]
 
Posted by caty the southerner (# 11996) on :
 
Stop! What book are you reading today? Timothy the Obscure

An undiscovered Hardy masterpiece?
 
Posted by infinite_monkey (# 11333) on :
 
Why has the page gone...luvanddaisies?

It really IACWS?

[ 03. September 2007, 18:02: Message edited by: infinite_monkey ]
 
Posted by churchgeek (# 5557) on :
 
Paradigm shifts and pimple

Wow, I knew hormonal changes could cause breakouts...
 
Posted by infinite_monkey (# 11333) on :
 
The new, improved...Post-Denominational Catholic

All those Pre-Denominational kinks have been thoroughly addressed.
 
Posted by churchgeek (# 5557) on :
 
You, too, can be a Mamacita

...provided you're a girl, and have a Babycita?
 
Posted by Foaming Draught (# 9134) on :
 
AS Bellringers Meet Adrian1

'Ere, your 'oliness, come an' 'ave a pull!
 
Posted by Sioni Sais (# 5713) on :
 
Kerygmania: Change to the Sarkycow

Why? The 'cow is just fine thanks.
 
Posted by Triple Tiara (# 9556) on :
 
Sorry to be vulgar and self-advertising, but I did smile at:

Brazilian bishop advises Triple Tiara.
 
Posted by Drifting Star (# 12799) on :
 
Comet and her Acridity Zappa

OK, now I'm puzzled. Comet zaps acridity? I didn't think that was her rôle at all ...
 
Posted by Foaming Draught (# 9134) on :
 
Food for our times My Duck

with orange sauce, or cucumber and hoy sin?
 
Posted by Worm in the Grass (# 10999) on :
 
England finally goes Matt Black

Isn't that a bit extreme, surely grey is depressing enough!
 
Posted by Seth (# 3623) on :
 
Three words at a time...... danofsteel

[Paranoid]
 
Posted by churchgeek (# 5557) on :
 
I think my bicycle's Jimmy B

The DSM boggles.
 
Posted by luvanddaisies (# 5761) on :
 
Luciano Parvarotti is Duchess
 
Posted by Esmeralda (# 582) on :
 
Luciano Pavarotti is badman

In that case he was lucky that:

The Butler Rarely Did badman

(presumably he preferred to corrupt the good)

[ 06. September 2007, 16:12: Message edited by: Esmeralda ]
 
Posted by PeteCanada (# 10422) on :
 
I've been waiting and waiting for this:

Butt Cracks Pimple

Ewwwww!
 
Posted by mirrizin (# 11014) on :
 
Another Republican comet

God gets desperate trying to deliver his message of peace and love to Dubya.
 
Posted by Welease Woderwick (# 10424) on :
 
What's going on in Henry Troup

That's a question we have all been asking for a long time!
 
Posted by MouseThief (# 953) on :
 
Another Republican... Mousethief

No! No! DEATH FIRST!
 
Posted by Welease Woderwick (# 10424) on :
 
Sappy shit on TV, and Gort

Surely that is too much for mortal flesh to bear!
 
Posted by Triple Tiara (# 9556) on :
 
Incense and Thuribles Bishops Finger

I presume most Anglican bishops finger them rather nervously
 
Posted by Triple Tiara (# 9556) on :
 
And almost immediately we now have

Liturgical Colours Bishops Finger ,

I think those bishops have their fingers in too many tarts!
 
Posted by Zappa (# 8433) on :
 
Embarassed to be an ... duchess I know Americans - errm - restructure language from time to time, but even when embarassed, (and it really isn't necessary, duchess) the "n" is a tad intrusive.
 
Posted by Triple Tiara (# 9556) on :
 
Coping with elderly Amanda B. Reckondwythe

[Big Grin]
 
Posted by Gort (# 6855) on :
 
Photos that make you...Gort

Another euphonism for puke, ralph, upchuck... take your pick.
 
Posted by Eutychus (# 3081) on :
 
And it's no, nay, never Wibble

Stand firm, laddies!
 
Posted by rosamundi (# 2495) on :
 
Help for a worn out... Emma

a nice cup of tea and a sit down?

[ 10. September 2007, 12:12: Message edited by: rosamundi ]
 
Posted by Seth (# 3623) on :
 
Buddhists Can't Have IngoB

He belongs to the Catholics! [Razz]
 
Posted by MouseThief (# 953) on :
 
What is the Anglican hooker's trick[?]

Quoting sweet nothings from the 1549 prayer book?
 
Posted by Triple Tiara (# 9556) on :
 
[Killing me]
 
Posted by Choirboy (# 9659) on :
 
Reviving traditional...leo

I didn't know he was ill.
 
Posted by Javert (# 12007) on :
 
The Butler rarely did ... Timothy the Obscure

Nuff said!
 
Posted by Esmeralda (# 582) on :
 
The Butler Rarely Did.. moo

...although he was often heard bleating.
 
Posted by Welease Woderwick (# 10424) on :
 
Apparently, or so Kerygmania tells me,

A virgin birth does not make BW Smith!

Who'd have thunk it?
 
Posted by luvanddaisies (# 5761) on :
 
Patrially Hydrogenated ken
This thread looks like it has more to give though!
 
Posted by Badfundie (# 9422) on :
 
Or you could call it...Marmot

Okay, but I'm pretty sure it's just a chipmunk.
 
Posted by Welease Woderwick (# 10424) on :
 
A review of Dawkins' comet

Doesn't he believe in her either?
 
Posted by Earwig (# 12057) on :
 
A review of Dawkin's butler

White gloves: spotless. Tea served adequately.
 
Posted by Triple Tiara (# 9556) on :
 
facts nobody needs redoubt

Just believe them first time round!
 
Posted by Manipled Mutineer (# 11514) on :
 
Birettas and "optional" Thurible

Clearly we must be talking about Low Mass.
 
Posted by Henry Troup (# 3722) on :
 
Birettas and "optional" Archimandrite

It's like the guide for writing a Superman story - Bad guys and "optional" kryptonite.
 
Posted by comet (# 10353) on :
 
Buddhists can't have the Pookah

it's our Pookah! We're not sharing!

[ 14. September 2007, 07:11: Message edited by: comet ]
 
Posted by alienfromzog (# 5327) on :
 
Which London Attraction Auntie Dorris

Old she may be, but I think it a bit harsh to suggest that she some kind of monument/museum just to be visited by the Americans and the Japanese.
 
Posted by Worm in the Grass (# 10999) on :
 
Nice Religious Mousethief

Are there other varieties of Mousethieves?
 
Posted by MouseThief (# 953) on :
 
A review of Dawkins' bubblewrap

Sadly, somebody has popped all his bubbles.
 
Posted by Keren-Happuch (# 9818) on :
 
Finding a "lost" Alan Cresswell

Well, you could start by asking Flausa where she saw him last.
 
Posted by Timothy the Obscure (# 292) on :
 
You are the only one AverageGuyOnTheStreet.

A statistical conundrum.
 
Posted by Triple Tiara (# 9556) on :
 
Say something nice Gort

Go on, you know you can. [Big Grin]
 
Posted by Swish (# 8566) on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by Triple Tiara:
Say something nice Gort

Go on, you know you can. [Big Grin]

I'd just spotted "Say something nice Comet." Interestingly, there are more than a few threads in hell with that theme. [Biased]

Edit: Just clicked out and saw "A Virgin Birth does andreas1984," and "Partially hydrogenated MouseThief," which both deserve a mention

[ 16. September 2007, 21:40: Message edited by: Swish ]
 
Posted by comet (# 10353) on :
 
[Big Grin] that particular one in Heaven is definately making me work up a sweat.
 
Posted by Triple Tiara (# 9556) on :
 
Shipmates expecting Chorister ......

..... to perform well at Matins?
 
Posted by Welease Woderwick (# 10424) on :
 
Satan Bartolomeo

Well, there are other shipmates I'd believe it of before Bartolomeo!
 
Posted by Chorister (# 473) on :
 
Finding a "lost" thurible

Playing 'hunt the thurible' was a popular game in all good AC sunday schools, presumably.
 
Posted by Manipled Mutineer (# 11514) on :
 
Who gets to be bishop? Thurible.

We can but hope, but I fear that discussing the possibility now, on top of a recent marriage proposal, may tend to make him swell-headed...
 
Posted by Javert (# 12007) on :
 
Coping with elderly ... Janine

Aw she's not that old, nor hard to cope with
 
Posted by Josephine (# 3899) on :
 
Finding a "lost" Thurible

What have those altar boys done with it this time?

[ 17. September 2007, 16:16: Message edited by: Josephine ]
 
Posted by Chorister (# 473) on :
 
Partly hydrogenated otter

I wasn't sure whether to post this here or on the 'Flavours that shouldn't be separated from their foods' thread in Heaven. [Biased]
 
Posted by Javert (# 12007) on :
 
How did you find the ... Mrs Wogan

Next to Terry, where else?
 
Posted by Welease Woderwick (# 10424) on :
 
Praying for persecution: Karl: liberal backslider

Whatever turns you on, Karl.
 
Posted by mirrizin (# 11014) on :
 
The (insert your denomination) Sober Preacher's Kid

Ecumenical Adolescent Teetotalers Unite!
 
Posted by Welease Woderwick (# 10424) on :
 
Meanwhile in Purgatory:

Has consumerism replaced mirrizin

Could anything replace mirrizin?
 
Posted by Manipled Mutineer (# 11514) on :
 
Who gets commemorated? Triple Tiara

Naturally - we should always commemorate the wearer of the Triregno.
 
Posted by Earwig (# 12057) on :
 
Church of Wales rejects badman

Well, he had been bad...
 
Posted by Welease Woderwick (# 10424) on :
 
Quantum mechanics and Father Gregory

Have we found the anti-neutrino here on the board?
 
Posted by Jahlove (# 10290) on :
 
Oh for a thousand Rossweisse

clones to send as parochial enrollees to Sydney
 
Posted by Zappa (# 8433) on :
 
Why stupid people shouldn't ... bubblepack In the wrong hands, you know, those delicate items ...
 
Posted by Esmeralda (# 582) on :
 
Dissssssssgusting Moo

I could cope with the sound, it's the regurgitated cud that grossed me out.
 
Posted by Cottontail (# 12234) on :
 
There is just something about the internal assonance of this one that I like:

Godding, plodding, or cor ad cor loquitor
 
Posted by Gort (# 6855) on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by Triple Tiara:
Say something nice Gort

Go on, you know you can. [Big Grin]

I love you, maaan... in spite of your goofy hat.
 
Posted by fisher (# 9080) on :
 
88 year old Nazi expelled Mad Geo

Well somebody had to. [Biased]
 
Posted by MouseThief (# 953) on :
 
The consecration of the Bede's American successor

Dang, and my tux is at the cleaners.
 
Posted by Eliab (# 9153) on :
 
Should homosexuals Welease Woderwick?

Only if he uses his safe word.
 
Posted by Sioni Sais (# 5713) on :
 
Godding, plodding or hatless

Sounds like a particularly trying passage from Pilgrim's Progress. And tha'll catch thy death of cold too, bar t'at.
 
Posted by Worm in the Grass (# 10999) on :
 
Weekday evensong in Triple Tiara

Overdressed for a weekday perhaps?
 
Posted by Welease Woderwick (# 10424) on :
 
Should Homosexuals Cusanus - well, they do other things to an anus so why not?

[I should point out that there is far more anal sex going on in in straight relationships than in gay ones.]
 
Posted by Keren-Happuch (# 9818) on :
 
Recipes you use for Divine Outlaw Dwarf
 
Posted by Welease Woderwick (# 10424) on :
 
88 year old Nazi expelled Littlelady

It must have been a relief for both of them!
 
Posted by Wet Kipper (# 1654) on :
 
Biblical Passages on the Pimple

Is that harder than the 10 Commandments on a grain of rice ?
 
Posted by Triple Tiara (# 9556) on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by Worm in the Grass:
Weekday evensong in Triple Tiara

Overdressed for a weekday perhaps?

[Big Grin]

Shite, now I am going to reference myself again, but I just saw:

New Anglican Archbishop in Triple Tiara

[Eek!]
 
Posted by churchgeek (# 5557) on :
 
88 year old Nazi expelled Liverpool fan

Well, there's a Nazi for ya. I trust it was an "away" match for Liverpool?
 
Posted by churchgeek (# 5557) on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by Wet Kipper:
Biblical Passages on the Pimple

Is that harder than the 10 Commandments on a grain of rice ?

Well, if it works better than benzoyl peroxide, I might be willing to give it a try!
 
Posted by the giant cheeseburger (# 10942) on :
 
Unfeeling management ... comet

A hellhost is unfeeling, well there's news!
 
Posted by MouseThief (# 953) on :
 
Hate your mother, love pimple

um.
 
Posted by Sioni Sais (# 5713) on :
 
Say Something Nice Sioni Sais

Even if it doesn't happen, it rhymes.
 
Posted by Esmeralda (# 582) on :
 
If I wasn't British, I'd like to be... Gracious Rebel.

Well, wouldn't we all?
 
Posted by Earwig (# 12057) on :
 
At the moment we have Recipes you use for Henry Troup and Parable of the dishonest Freddy.
 
Posted by Henry Troup (# 3722) on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by Earwig:
At the moment we have Recipes you use for Henry Troup ...

braising, likely, I'm old, and gamy. Marinate in whisky.
 
Posted by Triple Tiara (# 9556) on :
 
Liberal Protestant Sober Preacher's Kid
 
Posted by infinite_monkey (# 11333) on :
 
Should homosexuals...crynwrcymraeg
Hey, if you could pronounce it, I'd let you do it.

(no offense to crynwrcymraeg!)
 
Posted by Wet Kipper (# 1654) on :
 
Pyx_e, Pyx_e, Pyx_e,...Wet Kipper

sounds like a newer version of the "duck...duck...duck..Goose!" game at children's parties.
 
Posted by Welease Woderwick (# 10424) on :
 
I'm shocked to see that Kerygmania is now displaying

The Parable of the Dishonest Lamb Chopped

Say not so!
 
Posted by Autenrieth Road (# 10509) on :
 
Is there any worship Chorister in the loft, or are they all throwing spitballs?
 
Posted by welsh dragon (# 3249) on :
 
Buggering about with... My Duck in Eccles.

Was the thread title expressly designed to do this?
 
Posted by Autenrieth Road (# 10509) on :
 
The New, Improved, Lack of Enthusiasm

I'd lead a cheer for it, but really can't be bothered.
 
Posted by Gwai (# 11076) on :
 
Buggering about with... (Amanda B. Reckondwythe)
Sounds dangerous!
 
Posted by Max. (# 5846) on :
 
Buggering about with Max
No! Bad thoughts!

Max
 
Posted by infinite_monkey (# 11333) on :
 
Buggering about with...Lumpy da Moose.

Sounds like a reject from an overnight brainstorm on new children's TV programming.
 
Posted by Eutychus (# 3081) on :
 
Pyx_e, Pyx_e, Pyx_e, Pyx_e

That has to be some kind of record.
 
Posted by comet (# 10353) on :
 
dangit, Euty beat me to it.

it made me laugh.
 
Posted by Drifting Star (# 12799) on :
 
Is the vicar being Liturgy Queen

Well, she has her moments ...
 
Posted by Manipled Mutineer (# 11514) on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by Eutychus:
Pyx_e, Pyx_e, Pyx_e, Pyx_e

That has to be some kind of record.

Pyx_e - so good they named him four times?
 
Posted by Drifting Star (# 12799) on :
 
Help us celebrate a Amazing Grace

See! This is a Christian website!
 
Posted by MouseThief (# 953) on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by Eutychus:
Pyx_e, Pyx_e, Pyx_e, Pyx_e

That has to be some kind of record.

A broken one?
 
Posted by Manipled Mutineer (# 11514) on :
 
What is the deal with Beautiful_Dreamer

She's beautiful, she's a dreamer... what more is there that you need to know??
 
Posted by Leetle Masha (# 8209) on :
 
How fast...St. Bertelin.

Somehow, I find it impossible to clock any Orthodox Christian with a stopwatch.
 
Posted by Foaming Draught (# 9134) on :
 
Britney Spears and Mad Geo

No wonder she's in rehab [Razz]

FD
 
Posted by basso (# 4228) on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by Leetle Masha:
How fast...St. Bertelin.

Somehow, I find it impossible to clock any Orthodox Christian with a stopwatch.

A calendar works just fine.
 
Posted by MouseThief (# 953) on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by basso:
quote:
Originally posted by Leetle Masha:
How fast...St. Bertelin.

Somehow, I find it impossible to clock any Orthodox Christian with a stopwatch.

A calendar works just fine.
Julian or Gregorian?
 
Posted by MouseThief (# 953) on :
 
Back to the topic:

Britney Spears and ken

No no, it's Barbie and Ken! Oh. Never mind.
 
Posted by Doublethink (# 1984) on :
 
Buggering about with Amanda B. Reckondwythe

Not a pass time to untake thoughtlessly ...

[ 05. October 2007, 15:07: Message edited by: Doublethink ]
 
Posted by MouseThief (# 953) on :
 
Chili Peppers Moo

Put down the tequila and back away slowly.
 
Posted by Foaming Draught (# 9134) on :
 
Dead Woman...Still...Off Centre View

Well move that camera, necrophiles vote too.
 
Posted by Manipled Mutineer (# 11514) on :
 
Is God Pissed Off at... Foaming Draught

Probably no more so than with the rest of us...
 
Posted by Henry Troup (# 3722) on :
 
Parable of the Dishonest Llareggub

Boy, I'm glad I wasn't the lector when that was the leson!
 
Posted by Chorister (# 473) on :
 
Coping with elderly....Lamb Chopped

I guess it would need several hours in a slow-cooker to make it tender.
 
Posted by Lamb Chopped (# 5528) on :
 
Ha! (Now I need to decide whether I wish to be regarded as a tough old *&&$% or as a tender (and edible) young thing. Hmmm.)
 
Posted by Spiffy da WonderSheep (# 5267) on :
 
Yoof attitudes towards... Custard.

Iz tashty and nootrishus!

[ 07. October 2007, 06:54: Message edited by: Spiffy da WonderSheep ]
 
Posted by MouseThief (# 953) on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by Spiffy da WonderSheep:
Yoof attitudes towards... Custard.

Iz tashty and nootrishus!

I think you mean 15 t45ty nd n00tr15hu5
 
Posted by kentishmaid (# 4767) on :
 
Clergy should remove Thurible

Why, yes! How shockingly up-the-candlestick do you get?
 
Posted by Manipled Mutineer (# 11514) on :
 
The way we write on...PeteCanada

With great difficulty, given the way he keeps moving about.
 
Posted by Trudy Scrumptious (# 5647) on :
 
Will we ever create (Henry Troup)?

How could we improve on God's original handiwork?
 
Posted by churchgeek (# 5557) on :
 
The way we write on Chorister

Well, since we should only be marking our scores in pencil, we should only have a pencil on hand. We'll have to write on her surplice, then, since I don't think pencils write on flesh.
 
Posted by comet (# 10353) on :
 
Dog owners who Spawn

they leave the dog salmon to run loose while they'e getting it on in the gravel beds, it's just shocking! by golly, get a leash! and a room!
 
Posted by Jahlove (# 10290) on :
 
Footmen in purple livery Triple Tiara

A quadruple diadem if you spot them wearing gold braid wif it
 
Posted by Eutychus (# 3081) on :
 
Dead Woman... still... Petrified

Would... this... be... Lot's wife we're talking about?
 
Posted by Henry Troup (# 3722) on :
 
How much impact has RooK?

If you want to find out, just post an off-topic fluffy-bunny message in Hell... There's impact for you!
 
Posted by MouseThief (# 953) on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by Eutychus:
Dead Woman... still... Petrified

Would... this... be... Lot's wife we're talking about?

Surely she wasn't so much petrified as assalted?
 
Posted by Kelly Alves (# 2522) on :
 
[Killing me]
 
Posted by Manipled Mutineer (# 11514) on :
 
The New, Improved Thurible

Now with 20% more smoke per swing.
 
Posted by Smudgie (# 2716) on :
 
The way we write on... Pants

Has to be indelible ink or your name comes off in the wash!
 
Posted by MouseThief (# 953) on :
 
Turkey gets to be mousethief

They say you are what you eat.
 
Posted by Badfundie (# 9422) on :
 
Jews need...The Giant Cheeseburger

But won't that go against their dietary laws?
 
Posted by Sioni Sais (# 5713) on :
 
My Bad Day Pants

I've got some clothes for good days, others for not so good days. It's a long time since I had good day/bad day pants though.
 
Posted by Josephine (# 3899) on :
 
Jews Need to Call me Numpty

Can Christians call you Numpty, too?
 
Posted by Triple Tiara (# 9556) on :
 
Jews need to be Afghan

[Eek!] . Whose policy is that then? Or did they mean to say Afghans need to be Jews? Which is probably worse [Eek!]
 
Posted by ken (# 2460) on :
 
Al Gore wins Peace Nob
 
Posted by Esmeralda (# 582) on :
 
Sir David Attenborough... Mousethief

I hear he lifted a few shrews and voles too..
 
Posted by Triple Tiara (# 9556) on :
 
Bizarre warm ups for Amanda B. Reckondwythe

Something like this, perhaps?

First you get down on your knees
Fiddle with your rosaries
Bow your head with great respect
And genuflect, genuflect, genuflect

 
Posted by churchgeek (# 5557) on :
 
These seem kinda related:

Thank God for the daily Garden Hermit

So... a different hermit comes to your garden each day? And that's a good thing?

Can't find a church Leprechaun

Oh, so it's a church garden, and you're not satisfied with just the daily hermit. [Disappointed]
 
Posted by churchgeek (# 5557) on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by Manipled Mutineer:
The New, Improved Thurible

Now with 20% more smoke per swing.

Or a non-stick Teflon interior?
 
Posted by Triple Tiara (# 9556) on :
 
The dumbest anti-latin Liturgy Queen.

[Killing me]

In my experience, very few liturgy queens are anti-latin.
 
Posted by infinite_monkey (# 11333) on :
 
Biblical passages that...Moo.

And she brought forth her firstborn son, and laid him in a manger, because there was no room in the Inn?
 
Posted by Kelly Alves (# 2522) on :
 
Shame on you comet


Damn, girl, what'd you do now?
 
Posted by comet (# 10353) on :
 
could be anything. you'll have to be more specific...
 
Posted by Golden Key (# 1468) on :
 
The problem of the stranger in a strange land.


Soon to be a major motion picture!

(blown code repair)

[ 16. October 2007, 21:47: Message edited by: Chorister ]
 
Posted by churchgeek (# 5557) on :
 
The problem of the Old Hundredth

So many people only equate it with the offertory doxology, "Praise God from whom all blessings flow..." but it's a great hymn tune with very singable harmonies including a very cool fauxbordon if you care to use it.
 
Posted by Seth (# 3623) on :
 
WWJ Fucking D? Left at the Altar

Fulminate against his faithless bride, the Church?
 
Posted by Smudgie (# 2716) on :
 
Recipe thread... the otter

..the better, unless served chilled.
 
Posted by Smudgie (# 2716) on :
 
hope this one hasn't been posted before - I can't see it anywhere

You are the only one... Chorister

so I'm afraid you'll be singing solo today.
 
Posted by Smudgie (# 2716) on :
 
The sooner I'm well enough to do more profitable things than play on the computer, the better... but in the meantime an interesting juxtaposition of famous last posts on the main board...

I name... Ruth W... the new, improved..Mousethief
 
Posted by Earwig (# 12057) on :
 
Let the women be silent MouseThief

Stop asking all those questions!
 
Posted by Eutychus (# 3081) on :
 
Radical Feminists Moo

Presumably while male chauvinists oink.

[ 18. October 2007, 12:27: Message edited by: Eutychus ]
 
Posted by Chorister (# 473) on :
 
TICTH Nats

Yes, annoying little insects, aren't they?
 
Posted by Organ Builder (# 12478) on :
 
DH keeps asking "What is the deal with...andreas 1984?"

No answers have been forthcoming.
 
Posted by gizzie (# 11715) on :
 
Thank God for the daily ...aumbry

Manna from heaven indeed!
 
Posted by churchgeek (# 5557) on :
 
Gospel procession to Mockingbird

Well, Jesus said not to give what is sacred to the dogs or the pigs that might "turn again and rend you" - but regarding the birds that might mock you, he was strangely silent.
 
Posted by Kelly Alves (# 2522) on :
 
Not a peep, as a matter of fact.
 
Posted by Mamacita (# 3659) on :
 
Anglo-Catholic GIN ---- Bishop's Finger

So that would be stirred, then, rather than shaken.
 
Posted by MouseThief (# 953) on :
 
Dealing with Demons (justlooking)

Probably the best plan, really.
 
Posted by Kelly Alves (# 2522) on :
 
Let the women be silent ken

...

What's he gonna do about it?
 
Posted by Mamacita (# 3659) on :
 
The 2007 Ship of Fools Celebrity Death Pool...curiosity killed

[Eek!] I thought that was against the rules!
 
Posted by Welease Woderwick (# 10424) on :
 
Strange or quite normal?? Foaming Draught


Well yes, strange but that is quite normal.
 
Posted by wesleyswig (# 5436) on :
 
You are the only one
(Lamb Chopped)


What fun!

Regards
John
 
Posted by Manipled Mutineer (# 11514) on :
 
Why call people to...Firenze

I believe that it is very lovely there this time of year. [Although, as this is an English-speaking board, can we not simply call it "Florence"?]
 
Posted by Liturgy Queen (# 11596) on :
 
I couldn't resist...

How long is the well-cut Liturgy Queen

ITTWACW!
 
Posted by Wesley J (# 6075) on :
 
Americanisms vrs Creeping... MouseThief

Creepy! [Eek!]
 
Posted by churchgeek (# 5557) on :
 
Is there a reason for Scott Knitter

To knit?
 
Posted by Eutychus (# 3081) on :
 
Why call people to Alan Cresswell

Because he is a fount of Ship knowledge and wisdom.
 
Posted by Welease Woderwick (# 10424) on :
 
Heaven is currently offering

The New Improved Chive

I thought the old one was quite adequate!
 
Posted by Esmeralda (# 582) on :
 
The New, Improved... Celtic Knotweed

Now completely harmless to other plants.
 
Posted by Worm in the Grass (# 10999) on :
 
Is there a reason for Liturgy Queen


I'm sure there must be but it's too late in the evening to think of one at present
 
Posted by Welease Woderwick (# 10424) on :
 
Help with pronouncing Mamacita

Is the "c" hard or soft?
 
Posted by Alaric the Goth (# 511) on :
 
Best place to raise...Hel

Newcastle city centre on a Friday night?
 
Posted by Eutychus (# 3081) on :
 
Right brain vs. Left Bean Sidhe

Reads (at least to me) like one of those typing disasters that occur when you sneeze just as you are trying to complete the sentence and your fingers go haywire.
 
Posted by alienfromzog (# 5327) on :
 
Bible Sections Headings Circuit Rider

[Eek!]
What translation is that?
 
Posted by Flausa (# 3466) on :
 
SoF Special London Pants

Is this a new item being sold to tourists in the English capital? Where can I get a pair?
 
Posted by Carys (# 78) on :
 
Contradictions in the Spong

Carys
 
Posted by Spiffy da WonderSheep (# 5267) on :
 
Confound it, Carys, I was comin' down here to post that one! [Big Grin]
 
Posted by churchgeek (# 5557) on :
 
Strange or quite normal? the giant cheeseburger

Well, in the US a giant cheeseburger would probably be quite normal, but strange in other parts of the world.
 
Posted by Eutychus (# 3081) on :
 
Should unbelievers call me Numpty

Sticks and stones may break my bones...
 
Posted by Eutychus (# 3081) on :
 
Even better:

Hypocritical atheists left at the altar

Obviously the priest had more scruples than they did.
 
Posted by MrSponge2U (# 3076) on :
 
Comet and the terrible ... Sine Nomine

Sounds like a really, really frightening book!
 
Posted by Foaming Draught (# 9134) on :
 
Buggering about with georgiaboy

[Ultra confused]
 
Posted by Foaming Draught (# 9134) on :
 
tacky tacky tacky Campbellite

Bit harsh, but more likely than kitty kitty kitty

[Biased]
 
Posted by MouseThief (# 953) on :
 
comet and the terrible duchess

A tale of nobility, cruelty, and astronomy.

[ 27. October 2007, 16:21: Message edited by: MouseThief ]
 
Posted by andreas1984 (# 9313) on :
 
Protestant rosary Stranger in a strange Land

All your rosaries belong to Rome [Razz]
 
Posted by infinite_monkey (# 11333) on :
 
Why stupid people shouldn't....Doublethink.

Cuz their second stupid thought is dumber than the first?
 
Posted by caty the southerner (# 11996) on :
 
T I C T H ... Pânts

Wouldn't that be a bit draughty?
 
Posted by Sioni Sais (# 5713) on :
 
Fred Phelps getting Petrified

If only.....
 
Posted by Amos (# 44) on :
 
Let the women be silent...Spiffy da Wondersheep.

What is it about this one that makes me laugh and laugh?

[Big Grin]
 
Posted by LeRoc (# 3216) on :
 
How do you grow an bishops finger?

Er... don't know. Keep it in holy water?
 
Posted by Triple Tiara (# 9556) on :
 
Using unhistorical Custard

Historically, custard is yellow. Using any other colour is unhistorical
 
Posted by Welease Woderwick (# 10424) on :
 
Currently The Styx is offering:

Unfeeling management... Living in Gin

I'm not surprised they can't feel anything!


Whilst in Eccles they are:

Buggering about with... dj_ordinaire

[Eek!]
 
Posted by dj_ordinaire (# 4643) on :
 
Yes. I'd just noticed that myself! ... not that I'm complaining, mark you... but a bit of warning would have been nice [Ultra confused]
 
Posted by MouseThief (# 953) on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by Triple Tiara:
Using unhistorical Custard

Historically, custard is yellow. Using any other colour is unhistorical

Godless schismatic! True custard is ecru.
 
Posted by gizzie (# 11715) on :
 
Is there something Sioni Sais
Anything, anything, we long for even the crumbs under the table.
 
Posted by comet (# 10353) on :
 
The way we write on Marvin the Martian

with magic markers! we draw little faces and write funny stuff on his belly until he giggles!
 
Posted by comet (# 10353) on :
 
but wait, there's more!

Americans - stop giving Marvin the Martian

every time he gets it he pulls it's pigtails and makes it cry.
 
Posted by Cusanus (# 692) on :
 
360 degree swings of the...Choirboi
I can't find this ritual in any of my liturgical books.
 
Posted by MouseThief (# 953) on :
 
Dumbledore's Gay SpikeyPants

Book 8: Harry Potter and the Flamboyant Clothier
 
Posted by Welease Woderwick (# 10424) on :
 
Strange and unexplained stuff: Left at the Altar

Well yes, that one is a bit of a mystery.
 
Posted by dj_ordinaire (# 4643) on :
 
360 degree swings of... Thurible

That one's just too obvious to resist!
 
Posted by Petrified (# 10667) on :
 
Comet and the terrible, Spikey Pants

Is suppose it depend whether the spikes are on the inside [Eek!]
 
Posted by Janine (# 3337) on :
 
in Kerygmania --

let the women be silent -- (Moo)
October 31, 2007 06:05 AM

Cows! You were told to be silent!
 
Posted by churchgeek (# 5557) on :
 
360 Degree Swings of Triple Tiara

Hey, you mean bully, leave that poor old Pope alone or the Swiss Guard will be on you in no time!
 
Posted by Janine (# 3337) on :
 
The Styx, October 31, 2007 05:02 PM

The way we write on... (Emma.)

There are probably many fun things we could design with our markers -- just so long as we don't write anything that looks like a test needing grading, Emma will probably put up with us just fine.
 
Posted by Welease Woderwick (# 10424) on :
 
Eagle swings hot cqg

That sounds painful!

Whereas

Using unhistorical MouseThief

seems more a confirmation of his youth.
 
Posted by Kelly Alves (# 2522) on :
 
Fred Phelps getting seasick.

It's a JUDGEMENT! on our NATION!
 
Posted by Welease Woderwick (# 10424) on :
 
In Hell we have:

Let's just not discuss... Janine

I agree, she should only be discussed in Heaven!
 
Posted by Chorister (# 473) on :
 
How do you grow an..... bishop's finger


Well, the bishop's mummy and the bishop's daddy have a special cuddle and nine months later out pops baby bishop with ten fully-formed bishop's fingers.
 
Posted by Sioni Sais (# 5713) on :
 
Your User Name? Your Alan Cresswell

Only Alan Cresswell is Alan Cresswell. This makes things simpler for Flausa (and Alan Cresswell).

(OK, the English is bad)

[ 02. November 2007, 11:21: Message edited by: Sioni Sais ]
 
Posted by Matrix (# 3452) on :
 
English Boycott of...
...Matins

What do we want?
Better prayers!
When do we want them?
Now!
 
Posted by Auntie Doris (# 9433) on :
 
English boycott of... Custard

Surely not! What are we going to put on our apple pie?

Auntie Doris x
 
Posted by Welease Woderwick (# 10424) on :
 
Hate your mother, love... Amanda B. Reckondwythe

No comment.
 
Posted by Earwig (# 12057) on :
 
Sandy Millar sees evil Pyx_e

A bad trip can really freak you out.
 
Posted by Esmeralda (# 582) on :
 
Whedon, Dushku, Minear:...Telepath

The Fab Four rise again...
 
Posted by Kelly Alves (# 2522) on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by Matrix:
English Boycott of...
...Matins

What do we want?
Better prayers!
When do we want them?
Now!

[Killing me]
 
Posted by Jahlove (# 10290) on :
 
MerlinTheMad - well RooK ... hmm ... to Queen's Knight 6 ... Checkmate
 
Posted by churchgeek (# 5557) on :
 
Hate your mother, love Mousethief

Does this really have to be an either/or?!?
 
Posted by To The Pain (# 12235) on :
 
Help us celebrate a...Welease Wodderwick

...we need a full compliment to celebrate him properly - who's with us?
 
Posted by Sioni Sais (# 5713) on :
 
What makes an AngloCatholic Thurible

The same kind of thing that makes a Roman Catholic or Orthodox one, but I'm sure they are different.
 
Posted by dj_ordinaire (# 4643) on :
 
Enoch was right says various people...

... most hilarously ken [Killing me]
 
Posted by fisher (# 9080) on :
 
chortle! I just saw Jengie Jon up for that one, but ken's even more startling.
 
Posted by mirrizin (# 11014) on :
 
When is the Word of Moo

Cows speak in tongues?
 
Posted by Welease Woderwick (# 10424) on :
 
In Hell we have:

I'm sick of this Jengie Jon

Whilst in Dead Horses we have:

Crappy choruses and Emma
 
Posted by Badfundie (# 9422) on :
 
Sandy Millar sees evil in Badman

Good eye, Sandy!

Here's something a little more helpful:

Latest cancer advice; Myrrh

Aromatherapy can be very useful. Especially in relieving the stress associated with serious illness.
 
Posted by Eutychus (# 3081) on :
 
This doesn't quite meet the rules, but the "recent visitors" bar in the Circus at the minute reads:

Curiosity killed ..., icklejen, Dafyd, Matt Black, To The Pain, Gwai, Welease Woderwick, and Badfundie

[Ultra confused]
 
Posted by mirrizin (# 11014) on :
 
Underachievers with curiosity killed

Can anyone think of a story to match this headline?
 
Posted by Organ Builder (# 12478) on :
 
No such thing as a Liturgy Queen

Oh, yes, there is...
 
Posted by Welease Woderwick (# 10424) on :
 
Praying to Mary and ...Zealot en vacance
 
Posted by Carys (# 78) on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by Organ Builder:
No such thing as a Liturgy Queen

Oh, yes, there is...

I liked that one too.

That thread is currently showing as@

No such thing as a Thurible

which is definitely untrue. I wielded one myself last Friday!

Carys
 
Posted by Petrified (# 10667) on :
 
Why call people to... Moo

Presumably because the cows have lost their voices
 
Posted by Manipled Mutineer (# 11514) on :
 
What is the appropriate... Ecclesiastical Flip-flop

Well, strictly speaking they should be shoes or sanctuary slippers, but I guess red-heeled flip-flops with silver buckles will have to do. [Sigh.]
 
Posted by Celtic Knotweed (# 13008) on :
 
SoF 10th Birthday Monster... Alan Cresswell

Scary thought [Eek!]
 
Posted by Foaming Draught (# 9134) on :
 
Pat Robertson Endorses ORGANMEISTER

That'll stitch up the Lutheran vote [Biased]
 
Posted by luvanddaisies (# 5761) on :
 
Help us celebrate a Bagpuss

what a lovely thought - a Bagpuss party [Big Grin]
 
Posted by Foaming Draught (# 9134) on :
 
Our Lady of Walsingham Carys

Ave Carys!
 
Posted by Esmeralda (# 582) on :
 
Baptism - when to chrismate.. Triple Tiara?

At every possible opportunity, I should think.
 
Posted by churchgeek (# 5557) on :
 
Latest cancer advice (Moo)

What, are we grasping at straws now?
 
Posted by Carys (# 78) on :
 
A moment ago (before I posted on the thread rather than coming here to record it) we had

Advice to and from churchgeek

and we still have
help us celebrate a moo

And [Big Grin] to Foaming Draught for included me in this thread. I don't think it's happened very often. Not sure I want to be hailed though.

Carys
 
Posted by Trudy Scrumptious (# 5647) on :
 
Pat Robertson endorses Mad Geo

Unexpected, but perhaps not wholly unlikely.
 
Posted by infinite_monkey (# 11333) on :
 
The Last Supper and...Mamacita

"Now now, sweetie. Put aside this dying tommorrow for the sins of mankind thing, or I'm gonna have to ground you."
 
Posted by Welease Woderwick (# 10424) on :
 
In Eccles we have:

Culturally relevant... IngoB

You see truth IS stranger than fiction!

Whilst in Heaven we are back to:

The New, Improved,... MouseThief

Not reached perfection yet then?
 
Posted by Welease Woderwick (# 10424) on :
 
Sorry for the double-post but with the addition of a single semi-colon in Eccles we now have:

purificator; use churchgeek
 
Posted by Manipled Mutineer (# 11514) on :
 
Buggering about with... dj_ordinaire

a particularly bad idea now that he's a host...
 
Posted by Eutychus (# 3081) on :
 
Slogan! Pax Romana

I had something a little more contemporary in mind...
 
Posted by MouseThief (# 953) on :
 
Shipmates expecting basso

I'm sure he'll be here any minute.
 
Posted by Wesley J (# 6075) on :
 
Culturally relevant... Spiffy da WonderSheep

I'd certainly agree with that. [Cool]
 
Posted by Mamacita (# 3659) on :
 
Triple Tiara. . . Triple Tiara
Shouldn't there be a third one?
 
Posted by Welease Woderwick (# 10424) on :
 
When is the word of... Rossweisse

Whenever she posts!
 
Posted by rosamundi (# 2495) on :
 
Buggering about with... Manipled Mutineer

But, my dear, I wouldn't dream of doing that...
 
Posted by Manipled Mutineer (# 11514) on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by rosamundi:
Buggering about with... Manipled Mutineer

But, my dear, I wouldn't dream of doing that...

I'd prefer not, no.
 
Posted by rosamundi (# 2495) on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by Manipled Mutineer:
I'd prefer not, no.

You spoil all my fun. :pouts:
 
Posted by Manipled Mutineer (# 11514) on :
 
Mrs Mutineer might find out, and I value my bodily integrity too much for that. I'm grateful for the thought, though. [Biased]
 
Posted by Manipled Mutineer (# 11514) on :
 
How do you grow an...Anglo-Cathoholic

Water with Gin, cense daily.

[ 11. November 2007, 21:12: Message edited by: Manipled Mutineer ]
 
Posted by Esmeralda (# 582) on :
 
Shipmates expecting... Jack the Lass

They're not sure whether they want a girl or a boy.
 
Posted by Amos (# 44) on :
 
How do you grow an Bishop's Finger ?

Shouldn't that be 'a Bishop's Finger?'

[ 11. November 2007, 21:39: Message edited by: Amos ]
 
Posted by LeRoc (# 3216) on :
 
Being a @#$% Communist... Liverpool fan

That is about as red as you can get.
 
Posted by Sioni Sais (# 5713) on :
 
No exemptions to Sex Crooked Cucumber

I think we should allow at least one.
 
Posted by Jahlove (# 10290) on :
 
Are Anglicans more Angloid

Almost sure and certain, I'd reckon
 
Posted by Henry Troup (# 3722) on :
 
Finding a "lost" Real Ale Methodist

That's easy, open the CAMRA guide and find the nearest good cask.
 
Posted by Welease Woderwick (# 10424) on :
 
How did we ever manage... Jack the Lass

Whip and chair would seem a good start!
 
Posted by Earwig (# 12057) on :
 
Shipmates Expecting Legodude UK

I've got the lego castles, and houses, I just need the dude to live in them!
 
Posted by Badfundie (# 9422) on :
 
In Heaven:

Is this proof of intelligent design?

Knitting and All Things Crafty



I think yes.
 
Posted by Chorister (# 473) on :
 
I'm sick of this Hooker's Trick.


Yeah, that blatant hussy really oughta stop manipulating us.
 
Posted by churchgeek (# 5557) on :
 
illogical babybear

Well, of course. Few babies of any species are logical.
 
Posted by Welease Woderwick (# 10424) on :
 
No exemptions to Sex... Jack the Lass

Well, I hope she agrees to those terms?
 
Posted by mirrizin (# 11014) on :
 
I'm Sick of this Doublethink

You're not alone... [Help]
 
Posted by Doublethink (# 1984) on :
 
[Waterworks]
 
Posted by mirrizin (# 11014) on :
 
I was referring to the Orwellian kind of Doublethink (War for Peace, etc.), not you!
 
Posted by Autenrieth Road (# 10509) on :
 
The SoF 100 Club (Doublethink)

OK, fine, have it your way. The SOF 200 Club.
 
Posted by Welease Woderwick (# 10424) on :
 
Calling Anoetas kentishmaid

That's very confusing and rather unfair on ...
 
Posted by mirrizin (# 11014) on :
 
How do you forgive mirrizin

Divine intervention. It's only thing I can think of.
 
Posted by Welease Woderwick (# 10424) on :
 
Celebrity Crushes Dormouse

Poor Dormouse!
 
Posted by rosamundi (# 2495) on :
 
Stick a pin in the sparklylady

That seems a bit mean, really.
 
Posted by Esmeralda (# 582) on :
 
Why did the Lord mean... LambChopped

Well, Jews like things chopped: chopped liver, gefilte fish...
 
Posted by Wesley J (# 6075) on :
 
Bike Sex, the new Path... Left at the Altar

Sanctify your lust cycle.
 
Posted by churchgeek (# 5557) on :
 
How do you forgive Garden Hermit

Well, since I'm not the outdoors type, and a garden hermit really can't be the indoors type, I'm pretty sure I wouldn't have encountered this garden hermit, so there can't be much to forgive.
 
Posted by churchgeek (# 5557) on :
 
Sorry to DP, but

My ways are not your ways moonlitdoor

I go in and out through the sunlitwindow.
 
Posted by Welease Woderwick (# 10424) on :
 
Shipmates Expecting... TraineeChristian

Well, TIACWS!
 
Posted by Welease Woderwick (# 10424) on :
 
Like churchgeek I am sorry to double post but this one was too good to leave:

Did Judas Iscariot... Call me Numpty

-

Well, be like that, but I thought it was funny.
 
Posted by mirrizin (# 11014) on :
 
Bible Passages that Swish

Perhaps an appropriate sound-effect for a creative reenactment of Genesis 2:7?
 
Posted by Kelly Alves (# 2522) on :
 
Encouraging silence before Up in Smoke.

Because you just can't show enough respect for Cheech and Chong.
 
Posted by Liturgy Queen (# 11596) on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by mirrizin:
Bible Passages that Swish

Perhaps an appropriate sound-effect for a creative reenactment of Genesis 2:7?

I was going to say it had something to do with Herod.
 
Posted by Cusanus (# 692) on :
 
Bishop leaves Canadian... Choirboy

...alone?

I should hope so.
 
Posted by Eutychus (# 3081) on :
 
Immaculate conception (Comper's child)

There's more of it going on than you might have thought.
 
Posted by Mostly Noble Pixels (# 8783) on :
 
Obese morons - a big,... Nanny Ogg

[ 20. November 2007, 22:18: Message edited by: Mostly Noble Pixels ]
 
Posted by Nanny Ogg (# 1176) on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by Mostly Noble Pixels:
Obese morons - a big,... Nanny Ogg

That's me [Smile] larger than life and blonde with it [Snigger]
 
Posted by fisher (# 9080) on :
 
Obese morons: a big... WELCOME to the Ship!

The new recruitment drive has a carefully targeted audience.
 
Posted by prettyfly (# 13157) on :
 
Obese morons a big infinite monkey

That's pretty big... [Eek!]
 
Posted by prettyfly (# 13157) on :
 
Sorry to double-post, but these made me smile:

Currently on Purgatory they're asking,
Are men more evil than fizgig

[Ultra confused]

And here in the Circus we have,
I know that hymn! Chorister

Well one would hope that the choir at least know the hymns.
 
Posted by infinite_monkey (# 11333) on :
 
From Purg:
Are men more evil than...Comet

Hmm...are we comparing Comet to one man at a time, or to all of them at once? [Devil]

(Edited to add friendly "I'm only taking the piss out of her cuz I like her" smiley)

[ 22. November 2007, 01:48: Message edited by: infinite_monkey ]
 
Posted by Zappa (# 8433) on :
 
The Gospel of John, Nigel M

and then there's

the Gospel of Matthew, Donald A ...

and

the Gospel of Luke, Alfred D

and

the Gospel of Mark, Wlliam I III

and, lesser recognized, that of

Thomas, Aaron F
 
Posted by comet (# 10353) on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by infinite_monkey:
From Purg:
Are men more evil than...Comet

that would be impossible!
 
Posted by churchgeek (# 5557) on :
 
The Ship of Fools November comet

Oooh, we have a monthly comet now? I guess every 75 years is too slow for the Internet Age.
 
Posted by alienfromzog (# 5327) on :
 
I call Lynn MagdalenCollege...Sir Pellinore (ret'd)

Isn't that going to get really really confusing?
 
Posted by Stevie Boy Wonder (# 11869) on :
 
Yes it does, so to save confusion...

I call Lynn Magdalen College... Lynn Magdalen College

It makes life so much easier...
 
Posted by churchgeek (# 5557) on :
 
Diversity except on (Sir Pellinore (ret'd))

Stop using that antibacterial soap, Sir P! You need a certain variety of bacteria for your health!
 
Posted by Esmeralda (# 582) on :
 
Books vs orders of.. Thurible

Well if we cancel the new kneelers we can afford both.
 
Posted by churchgeek (# 5557) on :
 
I call Lynn MagdalenCollege Beautiful Dreamer

Oooo, them's fightin' words!

(Poor Lynn, a hell call and all these FLPs!)

Also showing in Heaven,

Ancient Geek... The Dinghy Sailor
 
Posted by comet (# 10353) on :
 
this one is going to keep me smiling!

Assorted ways of 'doing Gamaliel

[Big Grin]
 
Posted by Chelley (# 11322) on :
 
It started off abbreviated as 'Assorted ways of doing it...' on the front page - it wasn't a deliberate ploy to get more people to read the thread!
 
Posted by Gamaliel (# 812) on :
 
It worked though, Chelley. And while you're smiling, Comet, a penny for your thoughts on the assorted ways of doing Gamaliel.

I do Gamaliel like this. See? Easy.

Gamaliel
 
Posted by Esmeralda (# 582) on :
 
Love your sig, Gamaliel! ('Twas an Amishman in the version I heard...)
 
Posted by Foaming Draught (# 9134) on :
 
New Cardinals created Sir Pellinore (ret'd)

I thought that they were opposed to cloning?
 
Posted by infinite_monkey (# 11333) on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by Foaming Draught:
New Cardinals created Sir Pellinore (ret'd)

I thought that they were opposed to cloning?

Damn, I better not post there. [Devil]
 
Posted by Worm in the Grass (# 10999) on :
 
Ship of Fools November Freelance Monotheist

And the winner is?
 
Posted by MouseThief (# 953) on :
 
What's the good of Circuit Rider

Well they might not strictly speaking be necessary right now, but back when the West was sparsely populated and Methodist ministers were thin on the ground....
 
Posted by Cottontail (# 12234) on :
 
Thanks for that, Mousethief!
Here was me thinking his name was something to do with computers. [Hot and Hormonal]
 
Posted by prettyfly (# 13157) on :
 
Sons of Haman - did Georgiaboy

[Eek!]

ITTWACW [Two face]
 
Posted by MouseThief (# 953) on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by Cottontail:
Thanks for that, Mousethief!
Here was me thinking his name was something to do with computers. [Hot and Hormonal]

Don't feel bad! Perhaps it was meant as a double entendre?

ETA: we're talking about Circuit Rider

[ 28. November 2007, 02:38: Message edited by: MouseThief ]
 
Posted by Zappa (# 8433) on :
 
I presume the world's worst Quizmaster turns up quite often? I'll grab it and then check back up the thread ... all 40 pages.
Yeah right. I'll settle for egg on my face instead!
 
Posted by Eutychus (# 3081) on :
 
People the Bible should pimple

I've heard of it bringing people out in spots, but this is a new concept for me.
 
Posted by Celtic Knotweed (# 13008) on :
 
The Subtitle's the MouseThief

Well, I suppose it's a new use for subtitles [Razz]
 
Posted by prettyfly (# 13157) on :
 
360 degree swings of seasick

eewww! [Projectile]
 
Posted by Wesley J (# 6075) on :
 
Teacher jailed and... GoodCatholicLad

Oh boy - now they got him too! Who'll be next? [Paranoid]
 
Posted by prettyfly (# 13157) on :
 
Wycliffe Hall in trouble - innocent(ish)

Before proven guilty, certainly [Two face]
 
Posted by prettyfly (# 13157) on :
 
Again, sorry to double-post, but I suspect this thread title in Ecclesiantics could be amusing for sometime...

Buggering about with strangely warmed

[Big Grin]
 
Posted by churchgeek (# 5557) on :
 
The Average Anglican (J Whitgift)

Uh huh. And the average Catholic would be Gregory XIII?
 
Posted by Jahlove (# 10290) on :
 
The Subtitle's the Pax Romana

British Garrison Film Club Secretary Marcus Flavius assures the legionaries that they will be able to understand that foreign doco The Roman Peace
 
Posted by churchgeek (# 5557) on :
 
I still don't get the bc_anglican

Yeah, I know. Anglicanism didn't even exist before Christ.
 
Posted by Sioni Sais (# 5713) on :
 
How could you be so Zappa

You start by giving your kids weird names.
 
Posted by Wesley J (# 6075) on :
 
The totally fucked... Max.

Those RCs ain't what they used to be! [Eek!] [Disappointed]
 
Posted by Esmeralda (# 582) on :
 
The totally fucked... Schroedinger's Cat

Being uncertain as to whether you are there or not can so fuck you up.
 
Posted by Worm in the Grass (# 10999) on :
 
The Historicity of Mousethief

Surely not in doubt for a gentleman of 30248 posts?

But then again maybe we should check with Josephine/
 
Posted by Zappa (# 8433) on :
 
[Tangent}
quote:
Originally posted by Sioni Sais:
How could you be so Zappa

You start by giving your kids weird names.

You Dweezle, you [Biased] [/tangent]
 
Posted by MouseThief (# 953) on :
 
The totally fucked leo

Sequel to last year's best-seller, The totally fucked capricorn
 
Posted by churchgeek (# 5557) on :
 
Do you have an Advent babybear

Wow, Advent's gone commercial too? Good grief!
 
Posted by churchgeek (# 5557) on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by MouseThief:
The totally fucked leo

Sequel to last year's best-seller, The totally fucked capricorn

Hey, let me know when they release The totally fucked libra, so I can check to see if I'm owed any royalties. [Biased]
 
Posted by Gwai (# 11076) on :
 
Mr. Brown dead in the aumbry

Help! There's a dead man on Jesus!
 
Posted by Eutychus (# 3081) on :
 
Why Mark? pimple

Not to mention wrinkle, spot, blemish, mole... the possibilities are endless. Get yourself a thesaurus!
 
Posted by Jahlove (# 10290) on :
 
Why Mark Custard

Good idea. Easily stolen, is custard.
 
Posted by Eutychus (# 3081) on :
 
The denominations of Father Gregory

There's more to him than Orthodoxy?? [Biased]

(or, I thought "Freg" had been ruled off-limits...? [Two face] )
 
Posted by Amos (# 44) on :
 
The House of God or....Major Disaster

Now that is the $64,000 question!
 
Posted by Gwai (# 11076) on :
 
Can I choose both? or isn't this "Yet more choices" [Big Grin]
 
Posted by prettyfly (# 13157) on :
 
Unsuitable songs? My Duck

Is that like Rubber Duckie? I've always thought that was unsuitable.
 
Posted by Welease Woderwick (# 10424) on :
 
What is currently on...Lookin

Well, at this time of night, a duvet I would hope.
 
Posted by dj_ordinaire (# 4643) on :
 
Would you vote for.... ken

Yes, probably. Don't know that he'd win though.
 
Posted by Welease Woderwick (# 10424) on :
 
Mercy killing - right... PeteCanada

Okay, but did he volunteer?
 
Posted by Kelly Alves (# 2522) on :
 
I call LynnMagdaleneCollege rugasaw

Ok, them's fighting words. It's gotta be covered in the Commandements somehow.
 
Posted by Foaming Draught (# 9134) on :
 
Three word story Sir Kevin

That's only two words [Confused]
 
Posted by Foaming Draught (# 9134) on :
 
Why do people photograph Tortuf

Must be masochistic shutter fingers [Razz]
 
Posted by Welease Woderwick (# 10424) on :
 
Is Richard Roberts... John D. Ward

That would be mighty confusing, one name is enough for anyone or are we playing sockpuppets here?
 
Posted by infinite_monkey (# 11333) on :
 
Recipe Thread-The...Piglet.

[Tear]
 
Posted by Wesley J (# 6075) on :
 
Ok to wear rosary or... Spiffy da WonderSheep

I'm not RC, and so I'd rather wear Spiffy da WonderSheep. That's warm and cuddly! [Cool]
 
Posted by prettyfly (# 13157) on :
 
Germany loses it over Aumbry

Careful, Aumbry - don't mention the war!
 
Posted by churchgeek (# 5557) on :
 
The new golden prettyfly

Ooh! Pretty indeed!
 
Posted by churchgeek (# 5557) on :
 
The making of the New andreas1984

Would that not be the andreas2008?
 
Posted by prettyfly (# 13157) on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by churchgeek:
The new golden prettyfly

Ooh! Pretty indeed!

See how I shine [Angel]
 
Posted by mountainsnowtiger (# 11152) on :
 
The role of the priest ... anaesthesia

!!

Erm, some sermons may have that effect, but I'm not sure it's really part of the official job description!
 
Posted by prettyfly (# 13157) on :
 
Ten year old girl probably comet

Isn't that against the Ship's 10 Commandments?
 
Posted by Esmeralda (# 582) on :
 
Three word story.. Cottontail

Well if you add Flopsy and Mopsy, there's your three words!

OK to wear rosary or.. fuzzipeg

I'll wear the fuzzipeg, sounds cosy.
 
Posted by Esmeralda (# 582) on :
 
Just have to add this, from Heaven:

What is currently on your dining room table? Gay Organ Grinder [Eek!]
 
Posted by Chorister (# 473) on :
 
Why do people photograph.... Schroedinger's Cat?

I thought the whole point was that they don't photograph it?
 
Posted by Spiffy da WonderSheep (# 5267) on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by Wesley J:
Ok to wear rosary or... Spiffy da WonderSheep

I'm not RC, and so I'd rather wear Spiffy da WonderSheep. That's warm and cuddly! [Cool]

I don't know whether to be flattered or to slap your mouth, young man! [Biased]
 
Posted by Welease Woderwick (# 10424) on :
 
Little Britain - The... moonlitdoor

I thought it was a little bigger than that!
 
Posted by Chorister (# 473) on :
 
Inurnment prayers.... up in smoke

How appropriate.
 
Posted by infinite_monkey (# 11333) on :
 
Huckabee: God is Behind...Squirrel.

Indeed he is, strange little candidate, indeed he is.
 
Posted by MouseThief (# 953) on :
 
Marrying a Buddhist (Major Disaster)

Come come, that's a bit harsh. She has excellent teeth.
 
Posted by prettyfly (# 13157) on :
 
Dawkins comes out as Mad Geo [Ultra confused]

and another thread that is going to keep on giving -

Huckabee: God is behind Ken

And there I was searching behind the sofa all this time!
 
Posted by caty the southerner (# 11996) on :
 
Of Methodists (seasick)

Not that story about John Wesley and the Moravians in the storm again...
 
Posted by Triple Tiara (# 9556) on :
 
Huckabee: God is behind Living in Gin

[Eek!] Whaaaat? God is an Anglican after all?
 
Posted by prettyfly (# 13157) on :
 
[Big Grin] told you that was going to be a giver!

In other news...

FLY Lady Sister Mary Precious

Hey! I'm the only fly lady around here [Cool]
 
Posted by Welease Woderwick (# 10424) on :
 
10 year old girl 'probably... ozowen

And I thought there was a lower age limit on membership here!
 
Posted by Jahlove (# 10290) on :
 
Poetic translation Nigel M

A truly euphonious transformation from the dully prosaic original: *N M*
 
Posted by Welease Woderwick (# 10424) on :
 
Huckabee: God is behind... duchess

So, that's where s/he's been hiding!
 
Posted by Welease Woderwick (# 10424) on :
 
Tsar Nicholas II a... dj_ordinaire

I thought him more likely to be a dj_royale.
 
Posted by andreas1984 (# 9313) on :
 
"SPCK" book... andreas1984

No wonder nobody buys books from them anymore...

BTW, Fly Lady Sister Mary Precious was superb [Big Grin]
 
Posted by MouseThief (# 953) on :
 
Archbishop Tutu and Ken

Boy, losing Barbie really affected that guy more than I would have thought.
 
Posted by MouseThief (# 953) on :
 
What is currently on Mamacita

Mamacita is wearing a faux mink stole by Yves St Laurent, with a wraparound three-quarter length frock-style evening gown by Chanel.
 
Posted by Wesley J (# 6075) on :
 
What is currently on... Olde Sea Dog

Ye Olde Sea Flea?
 
Posted by Welease Woderwick (# 10424) on :
 
Swap the sausages and... Wet Kipper

Fine, but what is the exchange rate per kipper?
 
Posted by Earwig (# 12057) on :
 
Snow flakes Moo

Hand out the earplugs, boys, there's a blizzard on the way.
 
Posted by Welease Woderwick (# 10424) on :
 
Archbishop Tutu and... J Whitgift

... are just good friends?
 
Posted by MouseThief (# 953) on :
 
Tsar Nicholas II a Major Disaster

Hard to argue with that.
 
Posted by Drifting Star (# 12799) on :
 
Why call people to ... MouseThief

Because he's lonely?
 
Posted by MouseThief (# 953) on :
 
Dogged idiodicy or idiotic Mousethief

Are those mutually exclusive?
 
Posted by MouseThief (# 953) on :
 
Is Apostolic Succession seasick

Well, some might argue that it's adrift....
 
Posted by mirrizin (# 11014) on :
 
Causes of Unreasonable Mad Cat

Enforced bathing with soap and water seems to be a common one.
 
Posted by Esmeralda (# 582) on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by MouseThief:
Dogged idiodicy or idiotic Mousethief

Idiodicy? Is that like some really stupid Greek poem?
 
Posted by lady in red (# 10688) on :
 
Auntie gets her knickers... Pants (socks, bras and other assorted unmentionables)
 
Posted by prettyfly (# 13157) on :
 
Beautiful people, or prettyfly

No contest [Big Grin]

[ 18. December 2007, 22:22: Message edited by: prettyfly ]
 
Posted by Badfundie (# 9422) on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by Esmeralda:

Idiodicy? Is that like some really stupid Greek poem?

[Killing me]
 
Posted by MouseThief (# 953) on :
 
Knitting and all things Otter

Am I the only one who didn't know that otters knit?
 
Posted by Earwig (# 12057) on :
 
Time to reassess old hatless

Yes, isn't it time we bought him a hat?
 
Posted by Welease Woderwick (# 10424) on :
 
Time to reassess old... Father Gregory

That's a bit ageist, isn't it?
 
Posted by Carys (# 78) on :
 
Rowan Williams picks Divine Outlaw Dwarf

To do what?

Carys
 
Posted by Zappa (# 8433) on :
 
Three word story ... caty the southerner. Yeah. Needs plot, denouement, characterization and narrative to win me over, though

The Historicity of Circuit Rider. Circumstantial evidence suggest there's been a few, but (as I'm sure one of our more skeptical friends may point out) early papyrus eye witness reports may be subsequent heavily theologised fabricated narratives
 
Posted by Zappa (# 8433) on :
 
Happy Christmas email ... in the garden Must have Y-Fi, then?
 
Posted by prettyfly (# 13157) on :
 
Are all women beautiful in the garden

Sounds like a nice backdrop anyway...
 
Posted by Foaming Draught (# 9134) on :
 
Newsflash: Apple is Erin

Another reason to stick with Linux [Smile]
 
Posted by Welease Woderwick (# 10424) on :
 
Design blindspots: ken

That's a bit unkind, surely!
 
Posted by Wesley J (# 6075) on :
 
Eagle Swings -- hot... Erin

It better be careful there! [Eek!]
 
Posted by Carys (# 78) on :
 
[b]Caling Dave Marshall[/i] Father Gregory

The mind boggles at that combination!

Carys
 
Posted by Smudgie (# 2716) on :
 
How do you decorate..... Moth

Oh I don't know... lighted candles? [Two face]
 
Posted by Stevie Boy Wonder (# 11869) on :
 
15 Channels and there's the giant cheeseburger

McDonald's are really going for blanket advertising this year, eh?
 
Posted by Welease Woderwick (# 10424) on :
 
how do you decorate... Marvin the Martian

Tinsel, glitter and some hefty nipple rings?

[Biased]
 
Posted by Marvin the Martian (# 4360) on :
 
[Paranoid]
 
Posted by Jahlove (# 10290) on :
 
Creationism in schools...scribbler

Lives up to the name with very poor artwork - that dinosaur should have THREE horns - why do you think Adam called it Triceratops?
 
Posted by Eutychus (# 3081) on :
 
Will we ever create Martin PC not and Ship's Biohazard

I would say he's exactly the sort of evidence required to disprove blind evolution, but I'm not sure we could manage to put together another one like the original article.
 
Posted by Welease Woderwick (# 10424) on :
 
Will we ever create... Martin PC not & Ship's Biohazard

It looks like someone has done it for us! Should we blame God or thank God?
 
Posted by Drifting Star (# 12799) on :
 
Christmas begins with ... Chorister

...singing 'Once in Royal David's City'. There seems to be agreement on that.
 
Posted by prettyfly (# 13157) on :
 
The revelations of Stetson

Is that in the Apocrypha?
 
Posted by alienfromzog (# 5327) on :
 
At the risk of starting a dangerous trend:

Grandson of FLP (Famous...prettyfly)

AFZ
 
Posted by alienfromzog (# 5327) on :
 
Huckabee: God is behind...RooK

I've found God...

...he was hiding behind Rook.

AFZ
 
Posted by MouseThief (# 953) on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by alienfromzog:
Huckabee: God is behind...RooK

I've found God...

...he was hiding behind Rook.

No, that's just a bishop.
 
Posted by Jahlove (# 10290) on :
 
The Call to be a TV Twilight

<enters the Zone and hunts out laydeefrocks>
 
Posted by Welease Woderwick (# 10424) on :
 
Santa scares innocent little... Tortuf

Innocent? [Roll Eyes]
 
Posted by Welease Woderwick (# 10424) on :
 
Another double post but it is over 24 hours later:

Would you vote for... Rossweisse

Yup, every time, I think she'd be great at the job.

[What does she want to do again?]
 
Posted by Drifting Star (# 12799) on :
 
Personal relationship...Major Disaster

Now now, let's have some optimism since it's Christmas!
 
Posted by Welease Woderwick (# 10424) on :
 
Catholic Over taking... Max.

I thought that was old news!
 
Posted by footdoc (# 4389) on :
 
Favourite Christmas ....traveller

One who is waving goodbye.... see you next Crimbo
and not one moment before.
 
Posted by footdoc (# 4389) on :
 
Worst lines in Christmas...

I tried and I tried but just couldnt get anything to rhyme with Seelenbräutigam.
 
Posted by Welease Woderwick (# 10424) on :
 
Daily Office Refreshed Hart

... and mind and soul, I hope.
 
Posted by prettyfly (# 13157) on :
 
Putin: Person of the Major Disaster

Nuff said [Big Grin]

eta:

Anglican of the Year: Honest Ron Barcadi

[ 28. December 2007, 20:50: Message edited by: prettyfly ]
 
Posted by Zappa (# 8433) on :
 
The Bishops visit to ... Saint Hedrin the Lesser-Known was ... errrm ... little known
 
Posted by duchess (# 2764) on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by MouseThief:
quote:
Originally posted by alienfromzog:
Huckabee: God is behind...RooK

I've found God...

...he was hiding behind Rook.

No, that's just a bishop.
...and that's what he does.
 
Posted by Welease Woderwick (# 10424) on :
 
Roos on the barbie,... Zappa

... in the casserole?
 
Posted by Drifting Star (# 12799) on :
 
I gotta a pony for...Schroedinger's cat

That's not a bad exchange.
 
Posted by prettyfly (# 13157) on :
 
Mystery Worshipper dj_ordinaire


Secret Santa luvanddaisies

Well there go their secret identities [Roll Eyes]
 
Posted by rosamundi (# 2495) on :
 
I gotta a pony for... (rosamundi)

I live on the second floor. Where would I keep it, and how would I get it up the stairs?
 
Posted by Auntie Doris (# 9433) on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by rosamundi:
I gotta a pony for... (rosamundi)

I live on the second floor. Where would I keep it, and how would I get it up the stairs?

Carefully?

Auntie Doris x
 
Posted by Wesley J (# 6075) on :
 
I gotta a pony for... piglet

Yay! It's bigger and you can even ride it. Well, except it's a piglet-sized Shetland. [Big Grin]
 
Posted by Foaming Draught (# 9134) on :
 
Auntie gets her knickers spikeypants

That was sort of asking for FLP [Smile]
 
Posted by Esmeralda (# 582) on :
 
I'm spiritual but no.. Ricardus

Ricardus of course is well on his way to canonization.
 
Posted by Eutychus (# 3081) on :
 
The fact that the tiger Moo

...is cause for concern. Either it has swallowed cow or zoo been conned.
 
Posted by Drifting Star (# 12799) on :
 
Sermons are boring dogwonderer

I think we could probably have taken that for granted.
 
Posted by prettyfly (# 13157) on :
 
Lots of fun ones this morning [Big Grin]

The new Golden Schroedinger's cat
Ooh, a shiny new cat for Christmas! And to think I was going to settle for a tabby.

Justin Fatica's Sicko Stetson
Could be worse. He could have gone for a deerstalker.

John the Baptist Afghan
I thought it was camel hair?
 
Posted by Zappa (# 8433) on :
 
[Eek!] Ancient kissing ... pimple The past is another country. They do things differently there.
 
Posted by Henry Troup (# 3722) on :
 
Organized Religion? Major Disaster

Well, you know, there are the Quakers...
 
Posted by prettyfly (# 13157) on :
 
Off to see the Wizard... Brains

That'll be the scarecrow, then.
 
Posted by Amos (# 44) on :
 
How big is your organ? by Curiosity Killed...

[Tear] Better not ask, evidently. (But what a way to go!)

[ 02. January 2008, 21:53: Message edited by: Amos ]
 
Posted by Doublethink (# 1984) on :
 
Sex (A Feminine Force)

Can't say fairer than that ...
 
Posted by Kelly Alves (# 2522) on :
 
How big is your organ jlg


I'm sure it's bigger than mine, but specifically?


( [Snigger] )

[ 02. January 2008, 23:47: Message edited by: Kelly Alves ]
 
Posted by Evangeline (# 7002) on :
 
Sex Mad Geo

Too much information [Ultra confused]
 
Posted by Foaming Draught (# 9134) on :
 
Recipe Thread - The bush baptist

A traditional cannibal delicacy.
 
Posted by mirrizin (# 11014) on :
 
Causes of Unreasonable Anselm

I guess it would have been the unreasonable demands of Henry I.
 
Posted by prettyfly (# 13157) on :
 
Stick a pin in the prettyfly

Nooooo!!! Please, have mercy! [Waterworks]
 
Posted by Stevie Boy Wonder (# 11869) on :
 
How big is your organ? Max.

In the words of Jon Stewart: "sometimes the comedy just writes itself..." [Big Grin]
 
Posted by Wesley J (# 6075) on :
 
Christmas gifts: Best... Lamb Chopped

Mmmmmmh, very yummy!
 
Posted by alienfromzog (# 5327) on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by Stevie Boy Wonder:
How big is your organ? Max.

In the words of Jon Stewart: "sometimes the comedy just writes itself..." [Big Grin]

Damn, beat me to it.

AFZ
 
Posted by mirrizin (# 11014) on :
 
Abortion and War...Major Disaster

Yep. Couldn't have put it better myself.
 
Posted by Stevie Boy Wonder (# 11869) on :
 
Things every man needs... Polly

Presumably to put the kettle on... [Razz]
 
Posted by prettyfly (# 13157) on :
 
Things every man needs...Ham 'n' Eggs

Any chips with that?

[ 04. January 2008, 23:11: Message edited by: prettyfly ]
 
Posted by Ultracrepidarian (# 9679) on :
 
Oh, say can you see... comet

It'll be clearly visible in the Western sky around 11pm.
 
Posted by churchgeek (# 5557) on :
 
New Ways to Communicate Major Disaster

Hmm.. if the color code didn't work, shall we try a different sense? Aromas would be fun:

Level 1 - Perfect peace, the Kingdom of God has come=chocolate
Level 2 - OK, but keep an eye on your purse=lavender
Level 3 - There, there, now, things could be worse=chicken soup
Level 4 - You've just crossed the Detroit city border=dirty motor oil
Level 5 - Run! Take cover! Panic! =

...well, that's the million-dollar question. What should panic smell like? I'd say garlic or pickles, but I'm sure that would only make some people stop to salivate, so maybe it should smell like ... I dunno, the gym in a boys' school?

Oh, and there's also

Level 6 - such a major disaster that nothing can be done= 2nd-hand pot smoke
 
Posted by Trudy Scrumptious (# 5647) on :
 
The Sturdy Indefensible Kelly Alves

Really needs no comment.
 
Posted by Wesley J (# 6075) on :
 
Homeopathy and other... Melon

Well, I know a melon's pretty watery inside, but is it homeopathic?
 
Posted by Wesley J (# 6075) on :
 
Lent, Advent and the... Major Disaster

Yep, you gonna gain lotsa weight following these! It's general mayhem.
 
Posted by Spike (# 36) on :
 
Week of prayer for chorister

She need all the prayer she can get, having to read all these Circus posts!
 
Posted by Balaam (# 4543) on :
 
Liverpool, city of Angloid.
 
Posted by comet (# 10353) on :
 
OMG, the Yuppies are Pure as the Driven Yellow Snow
 
Posted by Kelly Alves (# 2522) on :
 
Sex Mad Geo Caught Servicing Stuffed Dinosaur at Lawrence Hall of Science.
 
Posted by Pure as the Driven Yellow Snow (# 9397) on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by comet:
OMG, the Yuppies are Pure as the Driven Yellow Snow

You know, the next name change amnesty is really going to bugger up my usefulness to this thread. [Big Grin]
 
Posted by comet (# 10353) on :
 
no kidding. I still miss "Back-to-Front"

(you could just change it to "Pure Yellow" [Biased] )
 
Posted by prettyfly (# 13157) on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by Kelly Alves:
Sex Mad Geo Caught Servicing Stuffed Dinosaur at Lawrence Hall of Science.

[Killing me]


Ok, here's a couple of gems:

OMG, the yuppies are Pants
That about sums it up.

things every man needs... Bishops Finger

[Eek!] I would add something very witty here if I wasn't so sweet and innocent [Two face]

[ 07. January 2008, 20:29: Message edited by: prettyfly ]
 
Posted by MouseThief (# 953) on :
 
OMG the Yuppies are flighty

Tell me about it.
 
Posted by Marvin the Martian (# 4360) on :
 
Newsflash: Apple is Melon

A fruity identity crisis?
 
Posted by Earwig (# 12057) on :
 
Newsflash: Apple is Melon

I thought it was bigger than normal!

[eta - greatminds and all that...]

[ 08. January 2008, 12:03: Message edited by: Earwig ]
 
Posted by Esmeralda (# 582) on :
 
Gort (Mostly Noble Pixels)

But also some mechanical parts...
 
Posted by Jahlove (# 10290) on :
 
Christians and drunkenness Hare today


Hare of the dog tomorrow?
 
Posted by Chorister (# 473) on :
 
Born to chat (Emma).

I agree. That girl is so self-aware. [Big Grin]
 
Posted by Wesley J (# 6075) on :
 
Forced full-term abortion Pânts

Yes, really - for the lack of a more powerful word! [Mad]
 
Posted by prettyfly (# 13157) on :
 
The writing of the churchgeek

Is that The Message version of St Paul's Epistles?
 
Posted by Ultracrepidarian (# 9679) on :
 
how do you decorate... (the parsley sage)

With rosemary and thyme, of course.
 
Posted by Tau (# 614) on :
 
quote:
All crying is blackmail!
The fact that the tiger was provoked is irrelevant!

Tiger Kills Man, Pouts.

[Confused]
 
Posted by Tau (# 614) on :
 
(and would work even better on the Consecutive Posts thread. Oh well... [Roll Eyes] )
 
Posted by Foaming Draught (# 9134) on :
 
Good songs ruined by Trudy Scrumptious

Some things just cry out for the FLP treatment [Smile]
 
Posted by Jahlove (# 10290) on :
 
Moving the Sign of Foaming Draught

Oh Noes! How shall we find the pub now?
 
Posted by Jahlove (# 10290) on :
 
Too good not to double post


Good songs ruined by Badfundie

[Yipee]
 
Posted by Badfundie (# 9422) on :
 
The only reason I posted there was to end up here [Big Grin]
 
Posted by Trudy Scrumptious (# 5647) on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by Foaming Draught:
Good songs ruined by Trudy Scrumptious

That would be pretty much any one I'd ever tried to sing.
 
Posted by St.Silas the carter (# 12867) on :
 
Good songs ruined by...Badfundie
So that explains why I got fired! It's not because I sing badly at all!
 
Posted by Balaam (# 4543) on :
 
Good songs ruined by Balaam.

Just about anything that requires a note above B, I don't go that high.
 
Posted by Esmeralda (# 582) on :
 
Made in God's image.. Melon

God is round, juicy, sweet and refreshing.
 
Posted by Wesley J (# 6075) on :
 
Original Sin: Catholic... Father Gregory

Pure evil. [Snigger]
 
Posted by Henry Troup (# 3722) on :
 
Teaching Liturgy to Triple Tiara

I think we've just found the Ship replacement for "coals to Newcastle".
 
Posted by churchgeek (# 5557) on :
 
Bible verses that Lamb Chopped

Charles Lamb did a Jeffersonian Bible?
 
Posted by churchgeek (# 5557) on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by prettyfly:
The writing of the churchgeek

Is that The Message version of St Paul's Epistles?

Actually, so far it's only a hypothetical text, but if it were to be discovered, say, by April this year, it will be my master's thesis.
 
Posted by churchgeek (# 5557) on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by Wesley J:
Forced full-term abortion Pânts

Yes, really - for the lack of a more powerful word! [Mad]

I saw that one too, and wondered if the pants were part of some technique we should be banning...
 
Posted by MouseThief (# 953) on :
 
NJA Please Lord Mousethief

You can just call me "sir".
 
Posted by Eutychus (# 3081) on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by Balaam:
Good songs ruined by Balaam.

Just about anything that requires a note above B, I don't go that high.

I never suspected how much fun that thread title would bring!

Meanwhile:

Interested in Salvation... Alan Cresswell

Hallelujah! I see that hand, friend! God bless you. Now after I lead you in a prayer of repentance, there should be a counsellor right near you somewhere...
 
Posted by Eutychus (# 3081) on :
 
Also:

British Politicians... Emma

Now there's a thought... [Biased]
 
Posted by Wesley J (# 6075) on :
 
Gort (sanityman)

Some would dispute that. [Roll Eyes] [Big Grin]
 
Posted by Eutychus (# 3081) on :
 
It's a bumper crop today

which Bible should Moo

The Dr Dolittle version, I would think.
 
Posted by Jahlove (# 10290) on :
 
Who am I? basso

er, would you be basso by any chance?
 
Posted by Chorister (# 473) on :
 
The outsider's Asperger's pants:
He must be American then - the British would wear their pants on the inside.

Or Superman, perhaps?
 
Posted by Henry Troup (# 3722) on :
 
Off to See the Wizard: Left at the Altar

Carry on through the sacristy, and climb the bell rope.
 
Posted by footdoc (# 4389) on :
 
NJA - Please Lord Call Me Numpty...

Well My Son.... If your sure about this.
 
Posted by andreas1984 (# 9313) on :
 
Society of Queen Mary (Leetle Masha)

Any other royalties on the Ship?

(for those that don't know, Mary is Leetle Masha's first name IRL)

[ 13. January 2008, 19:26: Message edited by: andreas1984 ]
 
Posted by Balaam (# 4543) on :
 
Do u believe u receive Ham'n'Eggs

Only at breakfast time.
 
Posted by Zappa (# 8433) on :
 
Bible passages that ... dovetail
Some do. Some don't.
 
Posted by Triple Tiara (# 9556) on :
 
pocoyo fnk

Translation into English would be appreciated.
 
Posted by Amos (# 44) on :
 
Castration Question....Bishop's Finger

The mind boggles. Hope he's got a rubber glove on.
 
Posted by prettyfly (# 13157) on :
 
The Hit Man... The Silent Acolyte

Stealth is, after all, a crucial requirement for any aspiring Hit Man.
 
Posted by churchgeek (# 5557) on :
 
Castration question (Lamb Chopped)

Yes, you'd definitely want to do the snip while the lamb is young. Don't wait till he's a ram unless you're trying to win a Darwin Award.
 
Posted by MouseThief (# 953) on :
 
When Does a Foetus crynwrcymraeg

Not until the third trimester, I'm pretty sure.
 
Posted by comet (# 10353) on :
 
Good songs ruined by MouseThief
for instance, after he struck, "Three Blind Mice" was just such an empty song... just some old bat and her knife, waving about and shrieking.

sad, really.
 
Posted by Drifting Star (# 12799) on :
 
Is there an opposite...A Feminine Force

Well ... yes ... had you not noticed? [Ultra confused]
 
Posted by Mamacita (# 3659) on :
 
The fact that the tiger... MadCat

The abridged version of the current story from the San Francisco Zoo.
 
Posted by Esmeralda (# 582) on :
 
Castration question... John Holding

Yes well, you would, wouldn't you?
 
Posted by prettyfly (# 13157) on :
 
Hosts and Administrators... Spike

Only in Hell, surely?
 
Posted by Drifting Star (# 12799) on :
 
My new hobby: vomiting Foaming Draught

Ugh. Just ugh.

[Consistency is nice.]

[ 17. January 2008, 10:13: Message edited by: Drifting Star ]
 
Posted by lady in red (# 10688) on :
 
MRSA - This is why I hate Alienfromzog

Yeah Alien, this is all your fault (sorry, but you made a rod for your own back with that one [Razz] )
 
Posted by prettyfly (# 13157) on :
 
Russian Church with Choirster

Not really headline news is it?
 
Posted by Wesley J (# 6075) on :
 
My new hobby: vomiting... Triple Tiara

Projectile puking for Cathlicks.
 
Posted by Esmeralda (# 582) on :
 
Explaining the self-explanatory prettyfly

It's a fly. It's pretty.
 
Posted by Drifting Star (# 12799) on :
 
"SPCK" book J Whitgift

They're going to be disappointed when he doesn't turn up ...
 
Posted by Mad Cat (# 9104) on :
 
Holy Lock-in Leetle Masha

Is it a bird? Is it a plane? No it's a cantankerous anchoress!

[ 18. January 2008, 14:11: Message edited by: Mad Cat ]
 
Posted by prettyfly (# 13157) on :
 
My new hobby: vomiting the Royal Spaniel

Ah, that'll be hairballs.
 
Posted by Golden Key (# 1468) on :
 
Holy Lock-In, Golden Key [Snigger]
 
Posted by Wesley J (# 6075) on :
 
Isn't Atheism a Busted... Socratic-enigma

Methinks it is indeed! [Big Grin]
 
Posted by Esmeralda (# 582) on :
 
Isn't Atheism a Busted Socratic-Enigma

Well, that's one way of putting it. Socrates might not have agreed.
 
Posted by Wesley J (# 6075) on :
 
All right, I've never really read Socrates, but it does make a good FLP. [Biased]
 
Posted by MouseThief (# 953) on :
 
Bach's complete organ ... Little Masha

That's an unfortunate nickname.
 
Posted by Leetle Masha (# 8209) on :
 
[Killing me]
 
Posted by Leetle Masha (# 8209) on :
 
Explaining the Self-Explanatory Mousethief

No need. He does it on his blog.

M

[ 19. January 2008, 23:28: Message edited by: Leetle Masha ]
 
Posted by infinite_monkey (# 11333) on :
 
Circumcision... Major Disaster

I think that may overstate the case a bit...
 
Posted by MouseThief (# 953) on :
 
What musical instruments .. Bishops Finger

Well that's the percussion section. Any strings or woodwinds?
 
Posted by luvanddaisies (# 5761) on :
 
Children and Fucking ... Bishop's Finger

[ 20. January 2008, 22:31: Message edited by: luvanddaisies ]
 
Posted by luvanddaisies (# 5761) on :
 
screwed up edit in previous...
The above one is rather, erm, eyecatching, rather than being amusing or anything - possibly a generator of 'infamous' rather than 'famous' last post.
 
Posted by Mamacita (# 3659) on :
 
Now playing in Hell:

Huckabee and the Confederate Grits

I didn't know there were any other kind of grits!
 
Posted by alienfromzog (# 5327) on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by lady in red:
MRSA - This is why I hate Alienfromzog

Yeah Alien, this is all your fault (sorry, but you made a rod for your own back with that one [Razz] )

[Waterworks] [Eek!] [Eek!] [Waterworks]

Who hates me? [Paranoid] It's not my fault, I didn't do it, I wasn't there, I know nothing.

[Killing me] [Killing me]
 
Posted by Wesley J (# 6075) on :
 
Why is Autism not a... Melon

Dunno. Will think about it.
 
Posted by Welease Woderwick (# 10424) on :
 
coping with elderly... Lamb Chopped

Doesn't that make it mutton?
 
Posted by Wesley J (# 6075) on :
 
What's going on in... Golden Key

Intense concentration in view of yet another keyhole forthcoming! Gotta do that job, and do it right.
 
Posted by Esmeralda (# 582) on :
 
Is the Trinity just.. Father Gregory

No, it includes Mousethief and Andreas1984 as well.
 
Posted by Leetle Masha (# 8209) on :
 
Esmeralda, for posting this:

[The Trinity] includes [Fr. Gregory], Mousethief and Andreas1984 as well.

Cardinal Fang! Quick! Fetch the soft cushions! She's confounding the Persons and dividing the Essence again!

M
No one expects....

[ 22. January 2008, 11:35: Message edited by: Leetle Masha ]
 
Posted by Drifting Star (# 12799) on :
 
I'm too small Matt Black

Well, you shouldn't wear black - it'll only make you look smaller. Or at least make it shiny black, that should help.
 
Posted by Eutychus (# 3081) on :
 
Metaphors that go Baa... Moo

Mixing your metaphors was never a good idea.
 
Posted by footdoc (# 4389) on :
 
Do you carry your bible to ...Organmiester

Well not usually, he tends to carry his own.
 
Posted by Zappa (# 8433) on :
 
1. Osama bin laden is ... Spikey Pants (it's all those burrs in Eastern Afghanistani caves).

2. Osama bin laden is ... Golden Key Hah! A cunning disguise! All that blather in the Old Cafe abpout peace and love and lava lamps.

(Congrats on 7000, GK [Biased] )

That thread is made for FLP.
 
Posted by Drifting Star (# 12799) on :
 
You Are What You Do? (I_am_not_Job)

That'd be a 'no' then?
 
Posted by Quercus (# 12761) on :
 
Name That Tat...please Ecclesiastical Flip-flop

It's clearly a Papal jewelled sandal, fool.

[ 23. January 2008, 14:32: Message edited by: Quercus ]
 
Posted by mirrizin (# 11014) on :
 
Huckabee and the Confederate cliffdweller

Now, I've heard of dead men voting, but this is something completely unprecedented!
 
Posted by churchgeek (# 5557) on :
 
Can anyone walk on Autenrieth Road

Sure, but it's recommended you use the sidewalk instead.
 
Posted by infinite_monkey (# 11333) on :
 
(This thread's a gem for FLP!)

Can anyone walk on...Grits

I wouldn't suggest eating them afterwards, but yeah.

[ 24. January 2008, 03:43: Message edited by: infinite_monkey ]
 
Posted by Eutychus (# 3081) on :
 
Three little pigs banned Father Gregory

A unanimous vote to boot.
 
Posted by Esmeralda (# 582) on :
 
Musicmeet (Chorister)

Well obviously [Roll Eyes]
 
Posted by Late Paul (# 37) on :
 
Paisley no longer Mod...

He's got rid of the jacket, sold the scooter...
 
Posted by Joyeux (# 3851) on :
 
Can anyone walk on ... Lamb Chopped

Well... maybe, but is it allowed?
 
Posted by Joyeux (# 3851) on :
 
I can't pass this up...

Grandson of FLP Famous... Joyeux

Not to be confused with the granddaughter, I suppose! Or is it suggesting that I'm somebody's grandson? [Confused] [Ultra confused]
 
Posted by MouseThief (# 953) on :
 
I call netgear and Mousethief

But neither will pick up!
 
Posted by Joyeux (# 3851) on :
 
MT - try enabling the caller ID so they know it's you!

Can anyone walk on... Tyciol

Dunno... That depends on whether or not Tyciol is on the floor... or are we in zero G?
 
Posted by Drifting Star (# 12799) on :
 
Paschal (to pentecostal) Pânts

Mmm. Liturgical underwear ...
 
Posted by MouseThief (# 953) on :
 
Knitting and all things ... to the pain

Um, I'm not sure I can take knitting that seriously.
 
Posted by prettyfly (# 13157) on :
 
New Rector Wannabe Heretic

What is the church coming to? [Disappointed]
 
Posted by Joyeux (# 3851) on :
 
"My God, My God..." Moo

I thought that people tended to respond by falling onto the ground should they come face-to-face with God. Shows what I know!

Good church music in Pigwidgeon

And where else would you look?
 
Posted by MouseThief (# 953) on :
 
Alternatives to watching Mousethief

There's swaying tree limbs, embers in the fire, drying paint...
 
Posted by Joyeux (# 3851) on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by MouseThief:
Alternatives to watching Mousethief

There's swaying tree limbs, embers in the fire, drying paint...

You beat me to it! OK, how about:

The Bible, Non-stop Marvin the Martian

What translation should we use to best understand, I wonder?
 
Posted by Welease Woderwick (# 10424) on :
 
The New, Improved,... Badfundie

Would that be a Goodfundie?
 
Posted by Joyeux (# 3851) on :
 
Swans necking Zappa

Hmmm... I hope this isn't the start of a pre-Valentine's tradition. [Paranoid] Dare I ask what next, and for which shipmates?
 
Posted by prettyfly (# 13157) on :
 
Holding the mitre and Sober Preachers Kid

Sounds like a Christian circus act or something.

(edited for spelling)

[ 28. January 2008, 21:12: Message edited by: prettyfly ]
 
Posted by churchgeek (# 5557) on :
 
Huckabee and the Confederate Squirrel

From Disney, the unlikely tale of friendship between a boy Union soldier and a rodent from the South...
 
Posted by Joyeux (# 3851) on :
 
Have you ever read Dave the Bass

Nope, but I saw the movie adaptation John the Tenor... or was that Fred the Marlin?
 
Posted by Joyeux (# 3851) on :
 
I summon football to Squirrel

Frankly, I can't think of anybody who'd want it less!

(eta - sorry for double post!)

[ 29. January 2008, 00:26: Message edited by: Joyeux ]
 
Posted by MouseThief (# 953) on :
 
Who quotes atheists? Mousethief

Damn straight. Theists too.
 
Posted by Golden Key (# 1468) on :
 
Wow, Tom Cruise really (is) Duchess!


{Pictures D doing a Scientology video with steel-plated Sci. scriptures...}
[Paranoid]
 
Posted by Triple Tiara (# 9556) on :
 
Two up right now. Forgive the vanity post of number one:

Holding the mitre and Triple Tiara

Things really are getting very High Church down there.

And this one is too much of a gift:

The totally fucked ..... Max

[Snigger] [Devil]
 
Posted by Max. (# 5846) on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by Triple Tiara:

And this one is too much of a gift:

The totally fucked ..... Max

[Snigger] [Devil]

Pah! It was the church which introduced me to Whiskey in the first place! It's their fault I tell you!!!


Max
 
Posted by churchgeek (# 5557) on :
 
Restaurants rounding churchgeek

Ooo, can I really blame my increasingly round figure on restaurants, even if I hardly ever eat out?
 
Posted by alienfromzog (# 5327) on :
 
I call Dogwonderer Dogwonderer

Well, Duh!

AFZ
 
Posted by andreas1984 (# 9313) on :
 
I call dogwonderer SpikeyPants

OK...
 
Posted by luvanddaisies (# 5761) on :
 
I think the current I call Dogwonderer Josephine has a certain ring to it.
No wonder he's a bit confused, poor boy.
 
Posted by andreas1984 (# 9313) on :
 
I call dogwonderer Beautiful Dreamer

And I think that explains why he is being persecuted by certain cynics...
 
Posted by andreas1984 (# 9313) on :
 
Pictures for Caption... Pigwidgeon

Now, that sounds like a funny picture...
 
Posted by andreas1984 (# 9313) on :
 
I call dogwonderer MouseThief

Is Outrage!
 
Posted by Badfundie (# 9422) on :
 
Wow, Tom Cruise really IS Lietuvos sv. Kazimieras

...and that's why he changed his name when he got to Hollywood.
 
Posted by footdoc (# 4389) on :
 
I call dog wanderer... dogwanderer

Nothing like calling a spade a spade.
 
Posted by luvanddaisies (# 5761) on :
 
The Uselessness of Ship's Alan Cresswell.
Bit harsh.
 
Posted by prettyfly (# 13157) on :
 
Sex revisted mdijon

[Eek!] Like a thief in the night?
 
Posted by Joyeux (# 3851) on :
 
I call dogwanderere RooK

[Eek!] [Confused] [Ultra confused] [Paranoid]
Quite a sockpuppet, don't you think?
 
Posted by Jahlove (# 10290) on :
 
This is not...... just......... infinite_monkey

... this is M&S infinite_monkey
 
Posted by Esmeralda (# 582) on :
 
Off to see the wizard... ozowen

That'd be the Welsh language version.
 
Posted by mirrizin (# 11014) on :
 
Apathetic or Uninspired Curiosity Killed

Isn't that a bit harsh?!? [Eek!]

On the other hand, was curiosity the victim or the culprit?

ETA: good code

[ 31. January 2008, 20:07: Message edited by: mirrizin ]
 
Posted by prettyfly (# 13157) on :
 
I Call Dogwonderer Major Disaster

No comment [Angel]
 
Posted by Joyeux (# 3851) on :
 
I call dogwonderer Gort

If that's the case, there's a major intra-personality problem going on...
 
Posted by Wesley J (# 6075) on :
 
Who quotes atheists? MouseThief

That's settled then.
 
Posted by footdoc (# 4389) on :
 
This is not just Matt Black

Indeed we have Matt White, Matt Green, and Matt Brown.
Matt Tuquoise? Umm... Well no. Sorry. Try Homebase.
 
Posted by Eutychus (# 3081) on :
 
I summon football to Mousethief

After that little bit of Quidditchery has been accomplished, I then make Mousethief shoot and score.
 
Posted by Wesley J (# 6075) on :
 
Why did the chicken... Lumpy da Moose

Well, they must've been sooo in love! [Axe murder]

[ 01. February 2008, 17:37: Message edited by: Wesley J ]
 
Posted by Joyeux (# 3851) on :
 
MySpace deletes atheist Jahlove

Seems to jump to several conclusions all at once. Jahlove, aren't you more than a text file? [Big Grin]
 
Posted by Smudgie (# 2716) on :
 
The Choir - Boys don't sing.... Daisymay

if you ask her nicely.
 
Posted by Eutychus (# 3081) on :
 
Bishop repudiates the Twilight

And lo! the darkness was no more.

[ 02. February 2008, 17:19: Message edited by: Eutychus ]
 
Posted by andreas1984 (# 9313) on :
 
Bishop repudiates the RooK

Oh no. The Armageddon has just begun.
 
Posted by Zappa (# 8433) on :
 
Bishop Repudiates The ... Gort Must be RC or orthodoxen, perhaps Lutheran - Anglicans accept any tin can and its ideas
 
Posted by Gort (# 6855) on :
 
That was certainly profound. Have you any other revelations on the subject of tin cans or Anglicans?
 
Posted by pimple (# 10635) on :
 
Bad jokes that are still...Spikey Pants

Spanish toilet jokes?
 
Posted by pimple (# 10635) on :
 
There are only two...Johnny S

Well. yes and no. Wilkinson's one, of course - but you've misspelt his first name.
 
Posted by MouseThief (# 953) on :
 
Why did God harden pimple

Um, can we talk about something else?
 
Posted by pimple (# 10635) on :
 
[Killing me] [Killing me] [Killing me] [Killing me]
 
Posted by Worm in the Grass (# 10999) on :
 
There are only two .. Infinite Monkey

Of course there aren't 'cos then he'd be Finite Monkey!
 
Posted by Cusanus (# 692) on :
 
Using sex to sell to... Cusanus.

Wrong vice. You should have used food.
 
Posted by Wesley J (# 6075) on :
 
Control, Fresh Expressions... Melon

A good conclusion - let's all go and have same fresh fruit and juice.
 
Posted by Eutychus (# 3081) on :
 
Why did God harden andreas1984

[Two face]
 
Posted by Joyeux (# 3851) on :
 
In support of semi-arranged Moth

You can get fully organized, really you can! We believe in you!
 
Posted by Wesley J (# 6075) on :
 
In support of semi-arranged... Moth

As long as it's staying out of my house, I'm very supportive.
 
Posted by Zappa (# 8433) on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by Gort:
That was certainly profound. Have you any other revelations on the subject of tin cans or Anglicans?

All tin cans are welcome. No questions asked, no prerequisites imposed.

quote:
(Cusanus)
Using sex to sell to... Cusanus.
Wrong vice. You should have used food

[Killing me]
 
Posted by MouseThief (# 953) on :
 
My new hobby: vomiting Bishops Finger

Why would you eat such a thing in the first place?
 
Posted by pimple (# 10635) on :
 
AS: Bellringers Meet Adrian I

- with his trousers down. Honest!
 
Posted by Zappa (# 8433) on :
 
repentance, forgiveness ... Gort
Bugger. Is that as good as it gets?
 
Posted by Esmeralda (# 582) on :
 
Welcome to Eccles, Thurible

You'll feel right at home.

Bishop repudiates Golden Key

Quite right too, setting an example of living simply without ostentation.
 
Posted by Triple Tiara (# 9556) on :
 
And now: Bishop repudiates the Twighlight . That's a relief then - it seems too many bishops inhabit a twighlight zone.
 
Posted by Drifting Star (# 12799) on :
 
I call the Oxford Central the Pookah

Well OK, but people are going to think you're weird.
 
Posted by luvanddaisies (# 5761) on :
 
Churches are the last Mad Cat.

There's a ring to that...
 
Posted by luvanddaisies (# 5761) on :
 
...and another;

Free breakfast, mystery comet
 
Posted by Esmeralda (# 582) on :
 
The Choir - boys don't birdie

Though they have been known to do the Funky Chicken...
 
Posted by Badfundie (# 9422) on :
 
Can anyone explain Mamacita?


Why spoil the mystery?
 
Posted by Welease Woderwick (# 10424) on :
 
Music for a feminine... Real Ale Methodist

Clog dancing anyone?
 
Posted by pimple (# 10635) on :
 
The new, improved Moth.

That would be the Gipsy Moth MkIX - the R.A.F'S latest deterrent.
 
Posted by andreas1984 (# 9313) on :
 
Bishop Repudiates St. Punk the Pious

Who does that bishop think he is?? Repudiating Saints? [Razz]
 
Posted by Manipled Mutineer (# 11514) on :
 
Bishop Repudiates The...Matins

...says morning parish Eucharist is the way to go.
 
Posted by Sioni Sais (# 5713) on :
 
Why did God harden pimple
 
Posted by andreas1984 (# 9313) on :
 
Bishop Repudiates The Leetle Masha

It's about time! Her cooking is an enemy to all fasting!
 
Posted by andreas1984 (# 9313) on :
 
The Choir-Boys don't Jahlove

Yes they jahdo.
 
Posted by Gwai (# 11076) on :
 
Mystery Worshipper ... Curiosity Killed.


That's what you get for curiously investigating churches I guess!
 
Posted by pimple (# 10635) on :
 
Feminine images of Major Disaster

Four shoe-shops detroyed in earthquake? [Two face]
 
Posted by Joyeux (# 3851) on :
 
Bad jokes that are Late Paul

Has anybody had the heard to break this news to Late Paul? Enough of a shock to learn that you're a bad joke, but to know that you're several?!
 
Posted by luvanddaisies (# 5761) on :
 
Mysteries of Modern Moo.

- and it's beautifully aliterative too!
 
Posted by Welease Woderwick (# 10424) on :
 
The New, Improved,... Emma.

Sorry, it can't be done, she's perfect as she is.
 
Posted by Emma. (# 3571) on :
 
[Axe murder]
 
Posted by Welease Woderwick (# 10424) on :
 
Currently we have in Purg:

Feminine Images of... MouseThief

which causes me to cover my eyes with horror!

Meanwhile The Styx is offering:

Uselessness of Ship's... Zappa

That seems a rather harsh judgement.
 
Posted by MouseThief (# 953) on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by Welease Woderwick:
Currently we have in Purg:

Feminine Images of... MouseThief

which causes me to cover my eyes with horror!

I am well in touch with my feminine side, no need to worry. Besides a mouse in French is feminine: la souris. I like to call myself "la souris qui vole" but then WesleyJ teases me and asks when I learned to fly.
 
Posted by Welease Woderwick (# 10424) on :
 
Unfeeling management... Moo

Is any comment necessary?
 
Posted by luvanddaisies (# 5761) on :
 
I've just inadvertently created a potential generator of FLPs - currently standing at
Give us this day our daily luvanddaisies.
oops [Hot and Hormonal]

[ 06. February 2008, 14:18: Message edited by: luvanddaisies ]
 
Posted by lady in red (# 10688) on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by MouseThief:
I am well in touch with my feminine side, no need to worry. Besides a mouse in French is feminine: la souris. I like to call myself "la souris qui vole" but then WesleyJ teases me and asks when I learned to fly.

<tangent> and the flying mouse would be a bat presumably <tangent>

[ 06. February 2008, 15:21: Message edited by: lady in red ]
 
Posted by Carys (# 78) on :
 
I've just noticed

Can anyone explain Carys?

Good question, but I suspect the answer is no. I'm completely inexplicable!

Carys
 
Posted by Autenrieth Road (# 10509) on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by Sioni Sais:
Why did God harden pimple

To make it easier to squeeze.

Castration Spike
Ooooouuuuuucccchhhh!
 
Posted by pimple (# 10635) on :
 
Food I'd rather eat...Meg the Red

But not until after Lent. [Smile]
 
Posted by pimple (# 10635) on :
 
Can anyone explain Gwai?

Mirrizin?
 
Posted by Autenrieth Road (# 10509) on :
 
Castration (Organ Builder)

In search of male sopranos, the choir restored to egregious misrepresentations.
 
Posted by Autenrieth Road (# 10509) on :
 
What do you call your Swick

I dunno, "swick" seems like a good enough euphemism already.
 
Posted by prettyfly (# 13157) on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by luvanddaisies:
I've just inadvertently created a potential generator of FLPs - currently standing at
Give us this day our daily luvanddaisies.
oops [Hot and Hormonal]

Love it! I think we should all pray for daily love and daisies [Axe murder]

Creationist Research...My Duck

Yup, unequivocal proof of a creator.
 
Posted by MouseThief (# 953) on :
 
Bad jokes that are left at the altar

My first wife was a bad joke I should have left at the altar. [Razz]
 
Posted by lady in red (# 10688) on :
 
Unfeeling management Zappa

I want one! What happens when you zap them?
 
Posted by pimple (# 10635) on :
 
I'm going to start a thread somewhere titled "A nice chap like..." And post on it continually.....
 
Posted by Welease Woderwick (# 10424) on :
 
Well, how about this for a start for you, pimple?

Kerygmania is currently offering:

The Gospel of John pimple

I didn't know you'd written your own.
 
Posted by MouseThief (# 953) on :
 
What do you call your Brazilian Episcoterian

Bob.
 
Posted by Organ Builder (# 12478) on :
 
Bishop repudiates the MouseThief

This gave me a chuckle.
 
Posted by luvanddaisies (# 5761) on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by Organ Builder:
Bishop repudiates the MouseThief

This gave me a chuckle.

I loved that one as well.
 
Posted by Joyeux (# 3851) on :
 
Have you ever seen the pilgrim?
Yup, hanging out in The Circus! [Big Grin]
 
Posted by dolphy (# 862) on :
 
Thread with no purpose...dolphy

Says it all. [Disappointed]
 
Posted by Welease Woderwick (# 10424) on :
 
Food I'd rather eat... Laura

Poor Laura!

p.s. shall we curry the leftovers?
 
Posted by Wesley J (# 6075) on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by dolphy:
Thread with no purpose...dolphy

Says it all. [Disappointed]

Thread with no porpoise, more likely. [Big Grin]
 
Posted by Wesley J (# 6075) on :
 
There's something fishy going on...

Sharia Law for the... Cod

Off with 'is 'ead! Off with 'is 'ead!
 
Posted by pimple (# 10635) on :
 
Women's World Day of Audrey Ely

Some people get all the attention... [Frown]
 
Posted by MouseThief (# 953) on :
 
Creationist research my Duck

Is that like Creationist research my ass?
 
Posted by MouseThief (# 953) on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by luvanddaisies:
quote:
Originally posted by Organ Builder:
Bishop repudiates the MouseThief

This gave me a chuckle.

I loved that one as well.
And who can blame him/her?
 
Posted by Welease Woderwick (# 10424) on :
 
The Bible, Non-stop Swish

Well, I think there is a little more to The Good Book than that!
 
Posted by Mamacita (# 3659) on :
 
Castration Sine Nomine
I think you'd be sine more than just your nomine.
 
Posted by Zappa (# 8433) on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by Welease Woderwick:
The Bible, Non-stop Swish

Well, I think there is a little more to The Good Book than that!

Not only did you beat me too it, I posted on the wrong thread [Frown]
 
Posted by Zappa (# 8433) on :
 
[Pedantic Tangent]
quote:
Originally posted by Autenrieth Road:
What do you call your Swick

I dunno, "swick" seems like a good enough euphemism already.

Isn't that a Reverent Circumlocution, rather than a euphemism?
[/Pedantic Tangent] [Biased]
 
Posted by churchgeek (# 5557) on :
 
Marriage and love for Amos

Awww, that's nice! Let's hope it softens the doomsday prophesying a bit!
 
Posted by prettyfly (# 13157) on :
 
Foaming Draft, why Living in Gin

You'll have a terrible hangover mixing drinks like that, y'know.

[ 08. February 2008, 22:06: Message edited by: prettyfly ]
 
Posted by prettyfly (# 13157) on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by Welease Woderwick:
Food I'd rather eat... Laura

Poor Laura!

p.s. shall we curry the leftovers?

Apologies for the double-post, but can't help wishing The Giant Cheeseburger would post on that thread [Big Grin]
 
Posted by Spike (# 36) on :
 
Sharia Law for the Doc Tor

Quite right too. Impose it NOW!
 
Posted by Jahlove (# 10290) on :
 
Castration (Lamb Chopped)


er, that's the basic idea, isn't it?
 
Posted by Joyeux (# 3851) on :
 
What do you call your Sober Preacher's Kid?

"And I will love him and I will hug him and squeeze him, and I will call him George."
 
Posted by Welease Woderwick (# 10424) on :
 
Totally appropriate... MouseThief

I rather think we should put that to the vote!

[ 09. February 2008, 04:00: Message edited by: Welease Woderwick ]
 
Posted by MouseThief (# 953) on :
 
[Paranoid]
 
Posted by Esmeralda (# 582) on :
 
Foaming Draught - why Pooka

I often feel the need to pooka after too many Foaming Draughts...
 
Posted by Welease Woderwick (# 10424) on :
 
Women's World Day of Esmeralda

Well, I knew she was famous but ...
 
Posted by Trudy Scrumptious (# 5647) on :
 
Can anyone explain (Amazing Grace)?

No...that's why it's amazing!!!
 
Posted by Joyeux (# 3851) on :
 
My new hobby: vomiting Liverpool fan

And physicians specializing in digestive disorders gather in solemn conclave, seeking whether or not a solution can be found.
 
Posted by Zappa (# 8433) on :
 
Dont give me money Gort

That's it: be indebted to no robot.

Immediately follwed by

Don't give me money Rook, equally good advice

[ 10. February 2008, 05:25: Message edited by: Zappa ]
 
Posted by Evangeline (# 7002) on :
 
Sharia law for the littlelady

Of course!
 
Posted by Welease Woderwick (# 10424) on :
 
What are you doing babybear

Stop it immediately!
 
Posted by Drifting Star (# 12799) on :
 
Sharia Law for the Littlelady

*gulp* [Ultra confused]
 
Posted by the giant cheeseburger (# 10942) on :
 
Bishop Repudiates [The] Spiffy da WonderSheep

It's caused a scandal in the churches of New Zealand!
 
Posted by Esmeralda (# 582) on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by Welease Woderwick:
Women's World Day of Esmeralda

Well, I knew she was famous but ...

It'll come, I tell you, my day will come...
 
Posted by PeteCanada (# 10422) on :
 
Bottled water. CuppaT

(Well, I'd boil it first, I think)
 
Posted by prettyfly (# 13157) on :
 
I do not hope to turn Sir Kevin

But if you do he'll be nicely browned on both sides [Big Grin]

[ 11. February 2008, 20:35: Message edited by: prettyfly ]
 
Posted by mirrizin (# 11014) on :
 
Scientolgy Attack Moo

They've called in the cows!!! [Ultra confused]
 
Posted by Welease Woderwick (# 10424) on :
 
Cursillo - what is Henry Troup

Greater minds have failed to answer this question.
 
Posted by Sioni Sais (# 5713) on :
 
Sharia Law for the Hatless

Or indeed those without a burqa.
 
Posted by Esmeralda (# 582) on :
 
Do maternity laws go Melon

No, but the pregnant women do.
 
Posted by basso (# 4228) on :
 
Why do some people Gort

It's a mystery that's never been explained.

[ 13. February 2008, 01:21: Message edited by: basso ]
 
Posted by Welease Woderwick (# 10424) on :
 
Don't Give me Money Left at the Altar

Give it to the poor instead.
 
Posted by alienfromzog (# 5327) on :
 
Rowan Williams ate Oriel

[Eek!] [Eek!]
 
Posted by Celtic Knotweed (# 13008) on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by alienfromzog:
Rowan Williams ate Oriel

[Eek!] [Eek!]

I thought town looked slightly empty this evening [Razz]
 
Posted by pimple (# 10635) on :
 
Three Word Story - Spikey Pants

Uh, that's only two... [Frown]
 
Posted by Drifting Star (# 12799) on :
 
Concreting over the Stars

Nooooo! Say it ain't so! [Eek!]
 
Posted by mirrizin (# 11014) on :
 
Rowan Williams ate the coiled spring

Ambulances arrived shortly thereafter...
 
Posted by Sioni Sais (# 5713) on :
 
Concreting over the Stranger in a strange land

That's what happens if you interfere with certain local business practices.
 
Posted by Joyeux (# 3851) on :
 
Food scariness or Erin

Go ahead, pick one. If you're a troll, you'd best choose the former!
 
Posted by Triple Tiara (# 9556) on :
 
But then they could reply with:

It wasn't my fault Erin

[Snigger]
 
Posted by Joyeux (# 3851) on :
 
Food I'd rather eat... Cod

Or whitefish
Or herring
Or lobster
How about if you just bring out the seafood menu?
 
Posted by Badfundie (# 9422) on :
 
Any wrong sex acts? Spikeypants!

Well, it certainly sounds painful, but wrong?...
 
Posted by Drifting Star (# 12799) on :
 
Rowan Williams ate Littlelady

He really is asking for trouble, isn't he ...
 
Posted by Triple Tiara (# 9556) on :
 
sharia law for the aumbry

Come now, Your Grace, surely this is taking things a little too far....
 
Posted by Esmeralda (# 582) on :
 
Do maternity laws go chukovsky

Usually only in the first three months.
 
Posted by luvanddaisies (# 5761) on :
 
Food I'd rather eat Matt Black
liquorice?
 
Posted by pimple (# 10635) on :
 
How much is SoF your Pigwidgeon

Not a lot, frankly. I'd say it's more my Dragonflunk. [Smile]
 
Posted by mirrizin (# 11014) on :
 
How Can They Look at cliffdweller

There! See him? Just outside that cave...
 
Posted by infinite_monkey (# 11333) on :
 
Really stupid urban talking heads

Now running a city council meeting near you!
 
Posted by Wesley J (# 6075) on :
 
Do they still make.... MouseThief

No, it was a one-off.
 
Posted by infinite_monkey (# 11333) on :
 
Do They Still Make....Pants.

Well, yeah.
 
Posted by Golden Key (# 1468) on :
 
Thieving the Lord's Liturgy Queen.

[Eek!]
 
Posted by Esmeralda (# 582) on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by infinite_monkey:
Do They Still Make....Pants.

Well, yeah.

But according to Jeremy Clarkson, they're not as good as they used to be.
 
Posted by Drifting Star (# 12799) on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by Esmeralda:
quote:
Originally posted by infinite_monkey:
Do They Still Make....Pants.

Well, yeah.

But according to Jeremy Clarkson, they're not as good as they used to be.
Wasn't that Jeremy Paxman?

(Trying very hard not to think of Jeremy Clarkson's pants ... [Eek!] [Projectile] )

[Edited for spacing type stuff.)

[ 19. February 2008, 11:02: Message edited by: Drifting Star ]
 
Posted by MouseThief (# 953) on :
 
First time with a certain Lumpy da Moose

Is that legal?
 
Posted by Eutychus (# 3081) on :
 
Oh say, can you see Otter

Wasn't that the plot of Ring of bright water?
 
Posted by Earwig (# 12057) on :
 
Castro retires Spiffy da Wondersheep.

Castro, you fool! There was years of use left in that sheep.
 
Posted by mirrizin (# 11014) on :
 
OK, gimme your best footdoc

Anything to cure these bunions!

Church Society Call Organ Builder

Apparently supply isn't meeting demand.
 
Posted by kentishmaid (# 4767) on :
 
The Media and the Bridgend Genie

Bit late for panto, isn't it?
 
Posted by prettyfly (# 13157) on :
 
Ok, gimme your best Stetson

Never!
 
Posted by footdoc (# 4389) on :
 
Oh say can you see ...Autenreith Road

Well not from here, but if I lean out of the bathroom window, and stand on the toilet seat... I can just about make it out.
 
Posted by Joyeux (# 3851) on :
 
Ok, gimme your best PeteCanada

That's right, I insist on it. I won't brook any of your inferior quality off brands!
 
Posted by Autenrieth Road (# 10509) on :
 
Clandestine Services Squirrel
This week's clandestine services have been relocated from the Autenrieth Roadhouse basement to a Wilderness Park far away.

Clandestine Services Ringer
They're not going to be clandestine much longer if you start in with those bells.
 
Posted by pimple (# 10635) on :
 
It Wasn't My Fault Little Lady

WTF do you expect when you call youself Pants in that provocative way? There ought to be Sharia law on the Ship for people like you... [Ultra confused]

[ 20. February 2008, 19:30: Message edited by: pimple ]
 
Posted by MouseThief (# 953) on :
 
Oh say can you see Josephine

Yes, I can. From right here where I'm sitting.
 
Posted by prettyfly (# 13157) on :
 
Open Air Masses Major Disaster

[Eek!] Why, what happened? Pigeons again?
 
Posted by Joyeux (# 3851) on :
 
When are the police the giant cheeseburger

When someone engages the Infinite Improbability Drive.
 
Posted by Jahlove (# 10290) on :
 
Castro retires (Al Eluia)

Can I get an (A - men)
 
Posted by MouseThief (# 953) on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by Joyeux:
When are the police the giant cheeseburger

When someone engages the Infinite Improbability Drive.

Well done! [Cool]
 
Posted by Ariel (# 58) on :
 
When are the police Petrified?

Every time they try to arrest Medusa for keeping snakes without a snake licence.
 
Posted by Wesley J (# 6075) on :
 
When are the police... sharkshooter

They're trained to deal with all sorts of beasties!
 
Posted by pimple (# 10635) on :
 
Let us bow the knee...Arise, CuppaT

Shouldn't that be Sir CuppaT?
 
Posted by Esmeralda (# 582) on :
 
What homos do in bed.... JArthurCrank

Yes I know, but they're not the only ones...
 
Posted by Triple Tiara (# 9556) on :
 
Thieving the Lord's Amazing Grace

It's free you fool! No need to steal it!
 
Posted by Joyeux (# 3851) on :
 
He that pisseth on churchgeek

needs to be able to run away quickly!
 
Posted by Jahlove (# 10290) on :
 
He that Pisseth on Jahlove

is not gonna be in my good books
 
Posted by MouseThief (# 953) on :
 
He that pisseth on duchess

is probably not somebody who was going to pay for dinner anyway. At least her steel-plated bible won't tarnish.
 
Posted by Janine (# 3337) on :
 
He That Pisseth On... duchess is sadly mistaken. As far as I know, she is not into... erm... ah... "water sports"?
 
Posted by kentishmaid (# 4767) on :
 
He that Pisseth on MrSponge2U gets it all over his shoes.
 
Posted by MouseThief (# 953) on :
 
He that pisseth on Ixthus

is making Lutefisk!
 
Posted by Mamacita (# 3659) on :
 
[Killing me]
 
Posted by pimple (# 10635) on :
 
What do you get for Chorister

This ought to be a poll - from "No reasoable offer refused" to "Chorister is priceless - NOT FOR SALE!

Dang me if I'm posting on thet thar thread!
 
Posted by mirrizin (# 11014) on :
 
Famous Consecutive Militant Sheep

Baa. Baa. BOOM!
 
Posted by fisher (# 9080) on :
 
[Killing me]

quote:
Graham Dow and the Divine Outlaw Dwarf
Not quite sure why, but I like the sound of this. Maybe it'd make a good children's story, or a weird morality tale or something.
 
Posted by pimple (# 10635) on :
 
Castration (St. Sarcastica)

I know it's an anagram of something but you'll have to give me more help, Curiosity... [Hot and Hormonal]
 
Posted by Kelly Alves (# 2522) on :
 
NoCal Big Lebowski (Campbellite)

I think he prefers to be called "The Dude."
 
Posted by pimple (# 10635) on :
 
How much is SoF your Off Centre View

ITTWWSoFWF.... [Smile]

[ 25. February 2008, 07:22: Message edited by: pimple ]
 
Posted by rosamundi (# 2495) on :
 
Anybody else watching...
(Apothecary)


Why? Is he about to do something interesting? [Paranoid]

[ 26. February 2008, 19:56: Message edited by: rosamundi ]
 
Posted by MouseThief (# 953) on :
 
The New, Improved Moo

Maa. Mee. Mii. Myy. Muu.

Nah, I like the original the best.
 
Posted by prettyfly (# 13157) on :
 
Funny nicknames Beautiful Dreamer

I think that's quite a nice nickname!
 
Posted by Welease Woderwick (# 10424) on :
 
The New, Improved PeteCanada

About time too!
 
Posted by Joyeux (# 3851) on :
 
What was wrong with Mad Geo
umm... hmm... how does one begin to answer such a question?

And here's the answer:

Calling Andrew Brown... Comet
Making an identity error in that way could lead to all sorts of other problems
 
Posted by Wesley J (# 6075) on :
 
What was wrong with... DmplnJeff

He died from a lack of vowels. May he rst n pc.
 
Posted by Golden Key (# 1468) on :
 
Wear a sweater for Piglet.


IIRC, Pooh's friend did sometimes wear a sweater.
 
Posted by Welease Woderwick (# 10424) on :
 
Celebrity Crushes piglet

I hope piglet sues!
 
Posted by Jahlove (# 10290) on :
 
Celebrity Crushes piglet

Arise Denizens of the Hundred Acre Wood! Let us take torch and pitchfork unto the Castle of Jordan & Peter and avenge this outrage
 
Posted by MouseThief (# 953) on :
 
Sleepwalking into Marvin the Martian

This makes me very angry. Very angry indeed.
 
Posted by Drifting Star (# 12799) on :
 
Agreeing the date of Saint Bertelin

I think he's old enough to sort out his own dates.
 
Posted by prettyfly (# 13157) on :
 
What was wrong with The Wanderer

He roamed around around around around...
 
Posted by Joyeux (# 3851) on :
 
The problem with the Afghan

Nobody washed the wool before starting to crochet, so now it has shrunk all funny.
 
Posted by Welease Woderwick (# 10424) on :
 
What do we know about Emma-Jean

Well, not a lot but I'm happy to learn more.
 
Posted by Wesley J (# 6075) on :
 
The Genuflection Plus... Ecclesiastical Flip-flop

What a hazardous combination! One might slip on those polished cathedral floor! - Where's health and safety when you need them?
 
Posted by Badfundie (# 9422) on :
 
You can't trust...Schroedinger's cat

Don't let the huggy avatar fool you.
 
Posted by Esmeralda (# 582) on :
 
You can't trust the Leo

And the Pisces can be a bit slippery too...
 
Posted by Welease Woderwick (# 10424) on :
 
You can't trust the Nightlamp

Well then, buy a better quality one!
 
Posted by Esmeralda (# 582) on :
 
Graham Dow and the Esmeralda

I've already made it clear, there's nothing between us except that he married me.
 
Posted by Wesley J (# 6075) on :
 
Eurovision calling Auntie Doris

Oh, had she heard the calling - she would have been chosen - a proud defender of Britannia!

She'd have my voice, and might hers fail. [Cool]
 
Posted by Welease Woderwick (# 10424) on :
 
the English [-] only rule Lowly Worm

We all have our crosses to bear!
 
Posted by MouseThief (# 953) on :
 
What is happening in jugular

Bloodflow, one hopes.
 
Posted by pimple (# 10635) on :
 
The English[-]only Rule the Bede's AmericanSuccessor

How are the mighty fallen! [Frown]
 
Posted by monkeylizard (# 952) on :
 
In DH:
Bishop of Horsham outed Saint Chad
 
Posted by seasick (# 48) on :
 
You can't trust the Bishops Finger

... not to mention the rest of him...
 
Posted by Zappa (# 8433) on :
 
You can't trust the ... doctor-frog (this thread is getting a work out)

Why not pray tell ... for heavens sake why else should an amphibian gain a doctorate, if not to win trust?
 
Posted by Ariel (# 58) on :
 
You can't trust the Cod. It's gone off. And most of my chips are missing too.

[ 03. March 2008, 19:41: Message edited by: Ariel ]
 
Posted by rosamundi (# 2495) on :
 
The elephant in the...
(Marvin the Martian)


Now that just sounds painful.
 
Posted by MouseThief (# 953) on :
 
Most Christians have Mousethief

And here I thought I was somehow unique. [Frown]
 
Posted by Wesley J (# 6075) on :
 
Swearing (Og, King of Bashan)

Yep, that illustrates the point very well. [Biased]
 
Posted by Esmeralda (# 582) on :
 
Can anyone walk on DmplnJeff

Probably, but you wouldn't want to eat him afterwards.
 
Posted by Drifting Star (# 12799) on :
 
What to wear to church...luvanddaisies

Ahhh - nice ... but maybe a bit of cloth, too? [Eek!]
 
Posted by Josephine (# 3899) on :
 
You can't trust the Cod

I think you should try the halibut instead.

[ 04. March 2008, 17:19: Message edited by: Josephine ]
 
Posted by rufiki (# 11165) on :
 
Timetable for the new Choirboy

How else will he know when to turn up?
 
Posted by Evangeline (# 7002) on :
 
Can anybody walk on... lamb chopped?

I hear it's a bit slippery under foot.
 
Posted by Esmeralda (# 582) on :
 
Female "Priests"? LiturgyQueen

I think that answers its own question really.
 
Posted by mirrizin (# 11014) on :
 
Food Sacrificed to Cottontail

Oh, great long-eared one, please accept these, our gracious, humble offerings of leaf and root, that you may be sated and refrain from digging up our gardens.
 
Posted by churchgeek (# 5557) on :
 
Let's mistranslate churchgeek

Please do, I might make more sense.

(Followed quickly by)
May they name Wet Kipper

before the Kipper dries and the nickname is no longer helpful?
 
Posted by Wesley J (# 6075) on :
 
Really Stupid Euphemisms (Lowly Worm)

Indeed. [Biased]
 
Posted by Drifting Star (# 12799) on :
 
Viola Players... greet... Viola

And then ask it nicely if it minds you playing it.
 
Posted by Esmeralda (# 582) on :
 
Bishop of Horsham outed LiturgyQueen

I think he's a little late.
 
Posted by lady in red (# 10688) on :
 
President of Turkmenistan... lady in red

Only a small country, but it's a start in my evil plan for world domination [Snigger]

[can't spell Turkmenistan]

[ 06. March 2008, 13:20: Message edited by: lady in red ]
 
Posted by MouseThief (# 953) on :
 
You can't trust the Daffy Duck

AUGH! NO! Next you'll be telling me Mickey is a shyster too! [Waterworks] [Waterworks]
 
Posted by prettyfly (# 13157) on :
 
So was your MP a lying Nightlamp

Not as far as I know, but you never can tell...


Bishop leaves Canadian Liturgy Queen

Heartless! [Waterworks]
 
Posted by infinite_monkey (# 11333) on :
 
Can anyone walk on...Pimple.

Walk on it? Dude, you're not even supposed to squeeze it.
 
Posted by Worm in the Grass (# 10999) on :
 
Timetable for the new ... Max

No, No! he's not going to mature that predictably!
 
Posted by Lady Alicia of Scouseland (# 7668) on :
 
The Trinity - Ken

The K the E and the N.

[Smile]
 
Posted by Esmeralda (# 582) on :
 
Red Vestments for Good Scott Knitter

But shouldn't they be tartan? Or at least Fair Isle...
 
Posted by Henry Troup (# 3722) on :
 
Crappy Choruses & Chorister

"what would you do if I sang out of tune..."
 
Posted by Welease Woderwick (# 10424) on :
 
What was wrong with ken

I'm not sure that we should discuss this on the open board.
 
Posted by Esmeralda (# 582) on :
 
I'd give up chocolate Dormouse

It tends to melt when you put it in the teapot.
 
Posted by MouseThief (# 953) on :
 
International Women's RuthW

It's so gracious of her to share herself like that!
 
Posted by MouseThief (# 953) on :
 
Was your MP a lying Littlelady

Actually I think he was a guy.
 
Posted by Esmeralda (# 582) on :
 
High-handed or standard Nightlamp

I'll take the standard lamp, the high-handed sounds dangerous.

Call no man Father Esmeralda

It could really upset him.
 
Posted by basso (# 4228) on :
 
Pastors clash over duchess

The steel-plated Bible can do that to a man of the cloth...
 
Posted by churchgeek (# 5557) on :
 
Pastors clash over duchess

So she's behind all our church schisms and divisions? [cf. "Cause of Cancer"]

eta: basso posted while I was looking up that link! And it probably wasn't worth the trouble...

[ 10. March 2008, 06:24: Message edited by: churchgeek ]
 
Posted by churchgeek (# 5557) on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by Esmeralda:
I'd give up chocolate Dormouse

It tends to melt when you put it in the teapot.

Well, then you just add milk and have hot cocoa!

(There's always a solution when one contemplates giving up any kind of chocolate!)
 
Posted by basso (# 4228) on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by churchgeek:

eta: basso posted while I was looking up that link! And it probably wasn't worth the trouble...

(It was worth a cross-post!)
 
Posted by MouseThief (# 953) on :
 
What to wear to church .. seasick

Actually I think I would just stay home.
 
Posted by Joyeux (# 3851) on :
 
Most Christians have Mad Geo

...and our ministry staff has to wonder about the direction that discussions go?!
 
Posted by Golden Key (# 1468) on :
 
Food Sacrificed To Golden Key.


Oh, you shouldn't have. Really.

Wait, is that dark chocolate?
 
Posted by Smudgie (# 2716) on :
 
So was your MP a lying... Cod

I thought there was something fishy about his manifesto.

(There again, there was a FLP a short while ago saying that "You can't trust the cod", so we really should have known!)
 
Posted by Drifting Star (# 12799) on :
 
Recipe Thread -- Another Earwig

Oh please, can't we have cake or something?
 
Posted by Triple Tiara (# 9556) on :
 
The Anglos and their Boadicea Trott

Is that an English folk dance in honour of the famous warrior queen?

[ 11. March 2008, 12:46: Message edited by: Triple Tiara ]
 
Posted by pimple (# 10635) on :
 
Be a better Troll pimple

I'm trying, I'm trying, don't hassle me! [Frown]
 
Posted by Sioni Sais (# 5713) on :
 
Embryo selection for Moth

Shouldn't that be larva selection?
 
Posted by Belisarius (# 32) on :
 
Wood Cross

Aw, poor diddums.
 
Posted by Choirboy (# 9659) on :
 
Food sacrificed to Lamb Chopped

...because Lambs do have difficulty with a fork and knife....

[ETA errant punctuation; pedant-be-gone]

[ 12. March 2008, 00:21: Message edited by: Choirboy ]
 
Posted by churchgeek (# 5557) on :
 
Meant to post this earlier:

Italian jeans have Mostly Noble Pixels

So... IRL they're the emperor's new clothes?
 
Posted by Esmeralda (# 582) on :
 
Explaining the apparent Mousethief

Actually he didn't steal your cheese, he just moved it.
 
Posted by Jahlove (# 10290) on :
 
Gene Robinson invited andreas1984


Party ON !!
 
Posted by mirrizin (# 11014) on :
 
What do you get for Wood

Depends. How much ya got?
 
Posted by Wet Kipper (# 1654) on :
 
2 brick, or a brick and a wheat ?
 
Posted by infinite_monkey (# 11333) on :
 
Being liked, being...Lamb Chopped.

I think I might prefer being liked.
 
Posted by Welease Woderwick (# 10424) on :
 
What do you get for Marvin the Martian

Will anyone open the bidding? Come on, somebody must make the opening bid...

Ah, the lady on my left has opened with a bid of 25 pence - any advance on 25 pence?
 
Posted by mirrizin (# 11014) on :
 
quote:
Originally Posted by Wet Kipper:
2 brick, or a brick and a wheat ?

Settlers of Catan? Ah, you take me back to my college days.
 
Posted by Wesley J (# 6075) on :
 
What do you get for... Choirboy

6 years?
 
Posted by MouseThief (# 953) on :
 
Pastors clash over Ham'n'Eggs

They're mine!
No they're mine!
I ordered exactly this order!
So did I!
You obnoxious Baptist!
You ridiculous Methodist!
etc
 
Posted by Esmeralda (# 582) on :
 
Unless you change and Makepiece

Indeed.
 
Posted by MouseThief (# 953) on :
 
Black church, white Lietuvos Sv. Kazimieras

But but but ... his avatar is ... I mean ... Martin Luther King was ...
 
Posted by infinite_monkey (# 11333) on :
 
Don't find Shannon (Justlooking)

Look harder, then.
 
Posted by Wesley J (# 6075) on :
 
Gene Robinson invited... Choirboy

Uh-oh. Do I wanna know...? [Eek!]
 
Posted by Henry Troup (# 3722) on :
 
Café now testing Siren's Call

Break out the wax and lash me to the mast!
 
Posted by Wesley J (# 6075) on :
 
Gene Robinson invited... Comper's Child

I can see a theme developing here! [Paranoid]
 
Posted by Gwai (# 11076) on :
 
Free thinkers hold a squirrel

Against its will?
 
Posted by Wesley J (# 6075) on :
 
Definitive List of... Emma.


 
Posted by Welease Woderwick (# 10424) on :
 
Attention Doctor Who The Wanderer

Why don't you settle down somewhere?
 
Posted by caty the southerner (# 11996) on :
 
Santa Fe meet in the ... moonlitdoor

You'll only annoy people if you block the entrance all night. And wouldn't somewhere with seats be more comfortable?
 
Posted by MouseThief (# 953) on :
 
What do you get for Real Ale Methodist

I wonder that you should even ask!
 
Posted by Drifting Star (# 12799) on :
 
How do I find a suitable Arrietty

You don't. You'll have to make do with this unsuitable one.
 
Posted by Esmeralda (# 582) on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by Drifting Star:
How do I find a suitable Arrietty

Obviously, you have to read Mary Norton's The Borrowers.
 
Posted by Triple Tiara (# 9556) on :
 
Women's World Day of beachlass

Is that a bit like the Miss World Pageant?

[ 17. March 2008, 13:10: Message edited by: Triple Tiara ]
 
Posted by Joyeux (# 3851) on :
 
Let's mistranslate pimple

Instead of "acne" that gives us "Acme," the company famous for providing any / all necessary devices to Bugs Bunny & friends. Or a company that makes bricks for building.
 
Posted by mirrizin (# 11014) on :
 
Explaining the apparent Moo

Hmmm...come to think of it, I am standing in the middle os a pasture, and there are all these spotted hoofers standing around...could that be from whence these strange sounds emit?
 
Posted by Kelly Alves (# 2522) on :
 
I am not your fucking scribbler

I have fucking beautiful handwriting.
 
Posted by Mamacita (# 3659) on :
 
Dangit Kel. Beat me to it!
 
Posted by scribbler (# 12268) on :
 
Explaining the apparent Janine

As opposed to the Janine that is shrouded in mystery.
 
Posted by lady in red (# 10688) on :
 
Café now testing Melon

but it isn't ripe yet
 
Posted by Chorister (# 473) on :
 
Thread size davelarge.

Is that like 'extra large' but only for people called Dave?
 
Posted by Joyeux (# 3851) on :
 
Oi! Mills-Maccartney No_Matter
nevermind we have something better to discuss

Oi! Mills-Maccartney Mad Cat
Alliteration makes it more interesting.
 
Posted by prettyfly (# 13157) on :
 
What's a Christian Mousethief

A Mousethief who is sincerely repentant of all his mouse-theft.
 
Posted by Autenrieth Road (# 10509) on :
 
It never rains on Palm ptarmigan

Only on Palm ptarmigan hunters.
 
Posted by Welease Woderwick (# 10424) on :
 
The New, Improved PeteCanada

So, can I throw away the one we are storing here?

[ 19. March 2008, 06:55: Message edited by: Welease Woderwick ]
 
Posted by vascopyjama (# 1953) on :
 
Romans Welease Woderwick

well it is that time of year again.....

[ 19. March 2008, 07:30: Message edited by: vascopyjama ]
 
Posted by Zappa (# 8433) on :
 
What's a Christian ... prettyfly
One covered in the blood of the lamb, of course.

(Oh, and ...

Let's mistranslate pimple

Some words are simply universal, surely?

[ 19. March 2008, 22:30: Message edited by: Zappa ]
 
Posted by Zappa (# 8433) on :
 
Is it time again for ... Smudgie When is it ever not?
 
Posted by prettyfly (# 13157) on :
 
When I grow up I'm The Rebel

A fine ambition!
 
Posted by Jahlove (# 10290) on :
 
Were Peter and Paul's Nigel M

the same as Matthew and Jude's NigelM? And what of the apocryphal NigelM?
 
Posted by prettyfly (# 13157) on :
 
That's not in the Bible! Frustrated Farmer

Oh I don't know, what about the one whose enemy planted weeds among his crops? Or the one who lost half his seed to birds and rocky ground? I bet they were both pretty ticked off.
 
Posted by churchgeek (# 5557) on :
 
Help, what is a girl Martin L

A girl with an unfortunate name? A guy named Martin taking hormones?

[ 21. March 2008, 00:58: Message edited by: churchgeek ]
 
Posted by Esmeralda (# 582) on :
 
Is there an Atlanta Beautiful Dreamer?

Actually, I think there may well be. You've certainly got the right State.
 
Posted by Welease Woderwick (# 10424) on :
 
Café now testing Anselm

Shouldn't that be the other way around?
 
Posted by Henry Troup (# 3722) on :
 
Bishop leaves Canadian moveable_type

proclaims "calligraphy is next to theology, eh"
 
Posted by prettyfly (# 13157) on :
 
Carbon Footprint of cliffdweller

Not much, surely?
 
Posted by Jahlove (# 10290) on :
 
Cafe now testing Jonah the Whale

Apprentice Exam Paper 1: Describe how you would go about making a Krillburger fit for a Prophet. (Be amusing.)
 
Posted by Welease Woderwick (# 10424) on :
 
Pope Benedict XVI's AltarMan

Would that be some sort of Super-Acolyte?
 
Posted by A Feminine Force (# 7812) on :
 
Cafe now testing ... Eutychus

We'll let you know if he passes.

LAFF
 
Posted by MouseThief (# 953) on :
 
Trusting God -- what wiffle

Oh God, not another obnoxious atheist thread.
 
Posted by rosamundi (# 2495) on :
 
You know you're getting...
(Gort)


It's just what I always wanted! Thank you!
 
Posted by Mamacita (# 3659) on :
 
Your first Easter Liturgy Queen -- wearing a fabulous hat, I hope.
 
Posted by Gwai (# 11076) on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by A Feminine Force:
Cafe now testing ... Eutychus

We'll let you know if he passes.

LAFF

Are we testing to see if he can stay in the window this time?
 
Posted by scribbler (# 12268) on :
 
You know you're getting Dave the Bass

Well, I was planning on bringing him trout, but if you insist!
 
Posted by Esmeralda (# 582) on :
 
Church replaces Easter scribbler
What he wrote wasn't a patch on the Gospels

Surplice - low church Spike
Surely an oxymoron?
 
Posted by A Feminine Force (# 7812) on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by Gwai:
quote:
Originally posted by A Feminine Force:
Cafe now testing ... Eutychus

We'll let you know if he passes.

LAFF

Are we testing to see if he can stay in the window this time?
It occurred to me afterwards that I had left out a preposition - "out" or "through" might have been appropriate.

LAFF
 
Posted by infinite_monkey (# 11333) on :
 
The political junkie...Orb

would probably be a faster and less damaging way of choosing a Democratic candidate for us here in the US.
 
Posted by Cusanus (# 692) on :
 
Can anyone sing the... Trisagion.

Hmmm. *checks* 'Holy, holy holyyyy!'

Yup.
 
Posted by A Feminine Force (# 7812) on :
 
Pizza thread closure ... Ham'n'Eggs...

Breakfast now served 24 hours.

LAFF
 
Posted by basso (# 4228) on :
 
Can anyone sing the Mockingbird
No, no. All wrong. The mockingbird sings other peoples' parts!
 
Posted by Welease Woderwick (# 10424) on :
 
thieving bastard scum Peppone

Not even Don Camillo was that rude about him!
 
Posted by duchess (# 2764) on :
 
Café now testing (Lynn MagdalenCollege)

Step up guys! She is hawt hawt hawt!

(playing some bringing sexyback music here)
 
Posted by Chorister (# 473) on :
 
"Wherever two or more of you are gathered in my name, so I am there in your midst." Does that work?
-------------------------------------------------

If I were a bigger person, it would -- certainly it works for my definition of the Body of Christ. But I'm both weak and petty, so I want a few other things in the church I attend, such as some like-minded fellow parishioners, Anglican liturgy, and music that doesn't make me want to hurl.

(honest comment by RuthW)
 
Posted by Chorister (# 473) on :
 
Can anyone sing the angelicum?

I don't know - tell me how it goes and I'll give it a try.
 
Posted by mirrizin (# 11014) on :
 
The New, Improved RooK

Be afraid. Be very afraid. [Snigger]
 
Posted by Esmeralda (# 582) on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by Chorister:
"Wherever two or more of you are gathered in my name, so I am there in your midst." Does that work?
-------------------------------------------------

If I were a bigger person, it would -- certainly it works for my definition of the Body of Christ. But I'm both weak and petty, so I want a few other things in the church I attend, such as some like-minded fellow parishioners, Anglican liturgy, and music that doesn't make me want to hurl.

(honest comment by RuthW)

Was this meant to be on the SoF Quotes thread?

*yes.oops. have copied it over*

[ 25. March 2008, 22:45: Message edited by: Chorister ]
 
Posted by Esmeralda (# 582) on :
 
Short notice London Wet Kipper

To be found at Billingsgate Market very early in the morning.
 
Posted by Welease Woderwick (# 10424) on :
 
Dating evidence and MouseThief

Dating evidence is one thing but for dating Mousethief I'd recommend a carbon-14 testing - should get it to within a century or so.
 
Posted by Welease Woderwick (# 10424) on :
 
Favorite Fictional infinite_monkey

I think I'd choose Sree Hanuman.
 
Posted by Sioni Sais (# 5713) on :
 
Dating Evidence and Crooked Cucumber

I can't imagine anyone would want a crooked cucumber to be evidence of a date.
 
Posted by Drifting Star (# 12799) on :
 
How do you prepare Pigwidgeon

With sage and onion stuffing and a nice red wine gravy.

Is it legal to eat owls, though?
 
Posted by Welease Woderwick (# 10424) on :
 
What are you doing Chorister

Stop it immediately!
 
Posted by Smudgie (# 2716) on :
 
How do you prepare.... Sparrow

The same as Pigwidgeon but with less stuffing! [Big Grin]
 
Posted by MouseThief (# 953) on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by Welease Woderwick:
Dating evidence and MouseThief

Dating evidence is one thing but for dating Mousethief I'd recommend a carbon-14 testing - should get it to within a century or so.

[Paranoid]
 
Posted by Esmeralda (# 582) on :
 
Dating evidence and Comper's Child

A child would definitely be evidence of some dating.
 
Posted by Cottontail (# 12234) on :
 
You know you're getting Hare Today

... and rabbit tomorrow.
 
Posted by Jahlove (# 10290) on :
 
Coffee culture Lumpy da Moose

Dr Frankenstein's experimental in vitro programme was failing to produce the desired results
 
Posted by lady in red (# 10688) on :
 
Baptism and the Holy Dog's Dinner

Not sure what the punchline is but there's got to be one...
 
Posted by prettyfly (# 13157) on :
 
Sunday Morning Sine Nomine

I gather he's extremely well dressed [Cool]
 
Posted by mirrizin (# 11014) on :
 
The Sunday Morning Foaming Draught

Ah! Just what I need to get through church! [Snigger]
 
Posted by Welease Woderwick (# 10424) on :
 
What's the most overrated cliffdweller

What is meant by the infinite_monkey


Could these questions be connected?

Infinite monkey lives in a cave on a cliff face tapping away at an infinite typewriter and producing a new Shakespearean play every 24 hours.

[or Bacon, or Marlowe]
 
Posted by Zappa (# 8433) on :
 
Who am I? Seelenbräutigam I feel tempted to suggest that with a nom de board like that you're probably John Smith. [Biased]
 
Posted by Jahlove (# 10290) on :
 
What homos do in bed ...MirrorMouse

Blimey, teh gay reflective Ortho fellaz!
 
Posted by MouseThief (# 953) on :
 
Coping with elderly Rossweisse

Gaah! As if it isn't hard enough now!
 
Posted by MouseThief (# 953) on :
 
apologies for the twofer

11-year-old girl dies multipara

Yep, that'd do it. Seems highly unlikely though.
 
Posted by Jahlove (# 10290) on :
 
What is meant by the Martin PC not & Ship's Biohazard


$64,000 Question
 
Posted by GrahamR (# 11299) on :
 
You say cotta, I say... Lietuvos Sv. Kazimieras

Actually, on second thoughts, I can pronounce cotta...
 
Posted by Kelly Alves (# 2522) on :
 
Is it time again for Halo?

Either that or Tomb Raider.
 
Posted by Chorister (# 473) on :
 
Care and Feeding of Leo.

That's my job here in the Circus.

[ 31. March 2008, 08:50: Message edited by: Chorister ]
 
Posted by Welease Woderwick (# 10424) on :
 
What's the most overrated Frozen Flowers

Tulips?
 
Posted by Zappa (# 8433) on :
 
Is it time again for ... Smudgie

Always. Just always. [Axe murder]
 
Posted by Zappa (# 8433) on :
 
What's the most overrated ... Al Eluia

Certainly not the one (many) Handel set to music
 
Posted by prettyfly (# 13157) on :
 
What profiteth it a Beautiful Dreamer

You wake up very well rested

[ 31. March 2008, 20:26: Message edited by: prettyfly ]
 
Posted by Esmeralda (# 582) on :
 
Who still uses the Hooker's Trick [Eek!]

Well, hookers for a start...
 
Posted by prettyfly (# 13157) on :
 
I had a dream Beautiful Dreamer

Well duh - and I'll bet it was beautiful too!

[ 31. March 2008, 22:51: Message edited by: prettyfly ]
 
Posted by prettyfly (# 13157) on :
 
Sorry to double-post, but this one was too good to miss

Is there anger with Spikey Pants

[Eek!] I'd be rather distressed, personally!

[ 31. March 2008, 23:01: Message edited by: prettyfly ]
 
Posted by Welease Woderwick (# 10424) on :
 
Episcopal churches Hooker's Trick

Are we back to the old "Whore of Babylon" argument again?
 
Posted by Welease Woderwick (# 10424) on :
 
I also am sorry to double post but another one too good to miss:

Horrible Liturgical PeteCanada

What more can I say?
 
Posted by Drifting Star (# 12799) on :
 
Is there anger with A Feminine Force

You betcha!
 
Posted by lady in red (# 10688) on :
 
Is there anger with stapling machine

Going to be dangerous if there is...
 
Posted by Esmeralda (# 582) on :
 
Christianity starting 206

I think you'll find it started a wee bit earlier than that.
 
Posted by Sioni Sais (# 5713) on :
 
Who still uses the Yangtze

Mostly the Chinese.
 
Posted by Drifting Star (# 12799) on :
 
You say cotta, I say Thurible

So we're talking about different things then, aren't we?
 
Posted by Welease Woderwick (# 10424) on :
 
Archbishop Tutu and staplingmachine

Erm, I'm not sure I really want to know.
 
Posted by Esmeralda (# 582) on :
 
I want to sing
Delia


Not Delius?
 
Posted by prettyfly (# 13157) on :
 
Who still uses the Ecclesiastical Flip-Flop

No one, everyone wears "Jesus sandals" these days.
 
Posted by prettyfly (# 13157) on :
 
Robert Mugabe Stars

[Ultra confused]

"Coming soon, to a theatre near you...." [Help]
 
Posted by mirrizin (# 11014) on :
 
There's something in Foaming Draught

It's called beer, right?
 
Posted by churchgeek (# 5557) on :
 
What's the most overrated infinite_monkey

Should this be on that Mensa puzzlers thread?
 
Posted by Timothy the Obscure (# 292) on :
 
What profiteth it a...
Hooker's Trick


Isn't that about $4300? With the right highly placed politician client, of course.
 
Posted by Welease Woderwick (# 10424) on :
 
What is meant by the Martin PC not & Ship's Biohazard

Answers on a postcard, please...

[ 02. April 2008, 03:29: Message edited by: Welease Woderwick ]
 
Posted by Riff Raff (# 10424) on :
 
There's something in ken

Like the rest of us it is probably mostly bones and giblets.
 
Posted by mirrizin (# 11014) on :
 
Who Still Uses the Hooker's Trick

Hookers, I would presume.
 
Posted by PrettyFly (# 13157) on :
 
Celebrity Crushes Schroedinger's Cat

[Waterworks] And that is why you should always check the sofa before sitting down.
 
Posted by Esmeralda (# 582) on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by mirrizin:
Who Still Uses the Hooker's Trick

Hookers, I would presume.

Please see here!
 
Posted by HenryT (# 3722) on :
 
What's the worst movie WhoreofBabylon

Doris Day, I think, or maybe Sally Field. Although Lawrence Fishburne would be really bad, too.
 
Posted by Hazey*Jane (# 8754) on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by PrettyFly:
Celebrity Crushes Schroedinger's Cat

[Waterworks] And that is why you should always check the sofa before sitting down.

[Killing me]
 
Posted by mountainsnowtiger (# 11152) on :
 
Walking around the Riff Raff

Some of us have standards, you know. Wouldn't want to be tainted by contact with those lower beings, would we now?
 
Posted by Sioni Sais (# 5713) on :
 
You Know You're Getting Celtic Knotweed

when you can't get those tough, weedy shamrock-like things out of your flower beds.

[ 03. April 2008, 22:49: Message edited by: Sioni Sais ]
 
Posted by Kelly Alves (# 2522) on :
 
Walking around the Wiff Waff.

Be vewwy, vewwy carefuw....
 
Posted by Zappa (# 8433) on :
 
The Most Underrated ... Lynn MagdalenCollege

That would be the other one. No - this one. Oh hell ... this is a bit of a lose-lose, really: I just don't know what to say [Ultra confused]
 
Posted by Chorister (# 473) on :
 
Who still uses the Coffee Cup

I don't know, but it's well overdue for a wash.
 
Posted by Foaming Draught (# 9134) on :
 
Robert Mugabe Matt Black

Gordon Brown Off White
 
Posted by Eutychus (# 3081) on :
 
Not exactly a FLP, but I felt I had to confess somewhere that I read

Bill to ordain women...
(Anthropax)


as the much-needed

Bill to explain women
 
Posted by the pilgrim (# 13263) on :
 
Is ignorance an excuse... Liverpool fan

The perpetual question of Manchester supporters.
 
Posted by the pilgrim (# 13263) on :
 
Does the Anglican parish.. Blaise

Only if you forget to put out the candles after the service.
 
Posted by Wiff Waff (# 10424) on :
 
Café now testing Melon

Can I have a little ginger on mine, please?
 
Posted by Caty. (# 11996) on :
 
Any 'wrong' sex acts? Angus McDangley

I don't want to know what that involves - I'm far too young and innocent to hear about it.
 
Posted by Lamb Chopped (# 5528) on :
 
Rough Justice? Bishop Lamb Chopped

Well, I suppose it's better than being karate chopped.
 
Posted by churchgeek (# 5557) on :
 
How did you get your Off Center View

Moved my head just slightly to the left.
 
Posted by mousethief (# 953) on :
 
Is there anger with Bucca

Well I'm not angry with Bucca, but I can't say for sure that nobody else is.
 
Posted by Wiff Waff (# 10424) on :
 
How did you get your Sir Kevin

Free with a box of breakfast cereal?
 
Posted by mousethief (# 953) on :
 
How did you get your Lolly

A nice man in a big shiny car gave it to me as I was walking home from school. [Eek!]
 
Posted by Drifting Star (# 12799) on :
 
Is there anger with Angry Preacher

Well duh! [Roll Eyes]
 
Posted by the pilgrim (# 13263) on :
 
How do you grow an Bishops Finger

Piss him off while he's driving?
 
Posted by mousethief (# 953) on :
 
How did you get your Angus McDangley

Well, um ... [Hot and Hormonal]
 
Posted by the pilgrim (# 13263) on :
 
I don't want Jack Spiffy

I much prefer the shaggy, unkept Jack we all know and have grown to love.
 
Posted by PrettyFly (# 13157) on :
 
Pappa's gonna buy you Paddy O'Furniture

Excellent! Just what we needed, just leave it on the porch. [Big Grin]

[ 07. April 2008, 18:41: Message edited by: PrettyFly ]
 
Posted by Wesley J (# 6075) on :
 
How did you get your... blackbeard

Let it grow, let it grow, let it grow...
 
Posted by PrettyFly (# 13157) on :
 
Papa's gonna buy you Wet Kipper

Umm... gee, thanks dad. [Ultra confused]
 
Posted by Bullfrog. (# 11014) on :
 
How did you get your Hare today?

With a little help from Elmer Fudd.
 
Posted by Chorister (# 473) on :
 
Walking around the comet

Hey, isn't it just typical - the second you sign up for something manageable they go and move the goalposts [Roll Eyes]
 
Posted by comet (# 10353) on :
 
it just got easier, Chorister:
Walking around the Yangze

which should be easy enough if there are bridges handy.
 
Posted by Chorister (# 473) on :
 
How did you get your stapling machine?

Well, if you must know, I got it at one of those small, independent stationers at the top end of town.
The things they ask on ship of fools these days..... And to think that this was once a site for cutting edge theological questions [Disappointed]
 
Posted by churchgeek (# 5557) on :
 
How did you get your Lady R of Ashwood

Picked 'er up on a recent trip to Ashwood!

(What a fruitful thread for FLPs!)
 
Posted by Hazey*Jane (# 8754) on :
 
I have a feeling that the recent name change amnesty will bear a lot of fruit for this thread...

Why are Christians so Angus McDangley
 
Posted by A Feminine Force (# 7812) on :
 
Cafe now Testing...Horatio Harumph

Hello? Is this thing on?

LAFF
 
Posted by Drifting Star (# 12799) on :
 
Crucifixion and death...Lamb Chopped

I suppose that's not a bad summing up.
 
Posted by the giant cheeseburger (# 10942) on :
 
Gotta love this Styx thread...

Recent problem with Marvin the Martian
 
Posted by Redolent Spilogale Putorius (# 8783) on :
 
Hillary is going to... Angry Preacher.

She probably wants to hear just what it was that Obama's pastor said.
 
Posted by Wiff Waff (# 10424) on :
 
The Apprentice Dormouse

Good grief do even mice have to pass NVQs these days?
 
Posted by Bullfrog. (# 11014) on :
 
Positions Vacant: Stoker

Come on baby, light my fire!
 
Posted by Rossweisse (# 2349) on :
 
What do you think of... AltarMan
I'm not sure I'm allowed to go into full details in The Circus.
 
Posted by Joyeux (# 3851) on :
 
Where did you get your Eutychus
At the general supply store.

Ahhh look at all the Lamb Chopped
in the butcher's window.
 
Posted by Jahlove (# 10290) on :
 
  Walking Around the pilgrim

"It's what I do."
 
Posted by the pilgrim (# 13263) on :
 
How did you get your Rook

I threatened his queen with a classic knight fork attack.
 
Posted by Joyeux (# 3851) on :
 
Is there anger with Angry Preacher
I'm going to take a wild guess here and say "maybe..."
 
Posted by Eutychus (# 3081) on :
 
Whatever happens is Bucca

A slight variation on an... original worldview [Biased]
 
Posted by Rossweisse (# 2349) on :
 
Rites being used for... aredstatemystic
....do not differ significantly for those for a blue state mystic.
 
Posted by Bullfrog. (# 11014) on :
 
Is there Anger with A Feminine Force

Hell hath no fury like a woman scorned.
 
Posted by Redolent Spilogale Putorius (# 8783) on :
 
My Jesus, My... Mudfrog
 
Posted by mousethief (# 953) on :
 
My Jesus, my ken

My action figure collection?
 
Posted by Chorister (# 473) on :
 
One suitcase full of lolly.

Yes, that's the general idea.
 
Posted by Drifting Star (# 12799) on :
 
One suitcase full of Redolent Spilogale Putorius

Well, yuk!
 
Posted by luvanddaisies (# 5761) on :
 
I think the current one suitcase full of drifting star is quite a good song lyric [Big Grin]
 
Posted by mousethief (# 953) on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by luvanddaisies:
I think the current one suitcase full of drifting star is quite a good song lyric [Big Grin]

Dang, you beat me to it! I too thought that was rather poetic!
 
Posted by mousethief (# 953) on :
 
Your favourite YouTube bullfrog

This one will do.
 
Posted by Joyeux (# 3851) on :
 
One suitcase full of starbelly

And where on the customs form would one declare that?
 
Posted by Wesley J (# 6075) on :
 
Hillary is going to... passer

I'd rather say Obama is going to passim.
 
Posted by Jahlove (# 10290) on :
 
The sin of Ham (Lamb Chopped)

Chopped Ham, Chopped Lamb - Schlopped schmam - the sin lies in the very IDEA !
 
Posted by Lamb Chopped (# 5528) on :
 
I'll drink to that.
 
Posted by Wiff Waff (# 10424) on :
 
Rites being used for St.Silas the carter

Just as long as it is not the Funeral Rite...
 
Posted by HenryT (# 3722) on :
 
One suitcase full of Lamb Chopped

Sounds like the stuffing recipe for stuffed camel!
 
Posted by Foaming Draught (# 9134) on :
 
Australia's first woman ... Evangeline

And here's me thinking she was just a spring chicken.
 
Posted by Wiff Waff (# 10424) on :
 
Papa's gonna buy you Amanda B. Reckondwythe

Are you suggesting my papa is a slave trader?
 
Posted by Esmeralda (# 582) on :
 
SoF 10th Anniversary pants

Ooh yes please Ancient Mariner, I want a pair!
 
Posted by Joyeux (# 3851) on :