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  • Premier Icon Bunnyhop
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    ‘Ne’er cast a clout’ ’til the may is out. Meaning don’t plant up anything until the May blossom is out, usually a sign there’ll be no more frost.

    nickhart
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    So poor they don’t have a pot to p*ss in was on coast, tv program. Where do urban myths come from? I only ask because they have to come from somewhere and it’s possible that they all have a smattering of truth in them…

    Gunz
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    Being a Naval type I’ve always had a fondness for Jackspeak.
    My absolute favourite is the description of the withdrawal method of contraception as ‘getting off at Fratton’, Fratton being the last train station before Portsmouth dockyard.

    Premier Icon psling
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    “Are you taking the piff out of my lifp?” was always a good one for those that could read.

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