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32 minutes ago, J D 8 said:

  Only takes about twenty years here on the salty Welsh coast for a abandoned car to look that way. Gone back to where it came from, the ground.😁 

Takes even less time if you park in Liverpool & the tyres would also have disappeared !!! 🤣

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45 minutes ago, Brian Cooper said:

Ahhh, those strange arithmetic questions we had at school...

 

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As my late dad would say...

 

If it takes a week to walk a fortnight, how many apples in a pound of pears.

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Another crazy rhyme,

I went to the pictures tomorrow I took a front seat at the back,  a woman gave me some chocolate I ate it and gave her it back.

I see said the blind man, your a liar said the dumb man and the man with no legs run away 

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I remember a little song my grandfather used to sing, over 70 years ago:-

 

I called on a lady, her name was Miss Brown

She was having a bath so she couldn't come down

I said "Slip on something, be down in a tick"

She slipped on the soap and my word she came quick

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There was also this rhyme that amused we (easily) amused (and bored) 3rd formers.  I never really mastered Latin 🙂

 

Caesar ad sum iam for te

Pompei adarat

Caesar sic in omnibus

Pompei inis at

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6 hours ago, Brian Cooper said:

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I'm afraid that where women are concerned it's strictly VFR, no instruments fitted and you don't know their stall speed or VNE so handling is unpredictable. What's more you may take off in a Pitts but log enough hours and you find you're flying a jumbo.

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10 hours ago, Geoff S said:

There was also this rhyme that amused we (easily) amused (and bored) 3rd formers.  I never really mastered Latin 🙂

 

Caesar ad sum iam for te

Pompei adarat

Caesar sic in omnibus

Pompei inis at

Better than ours:

Caesar adsum iam forte

Brutus adsum tu.

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