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Friday Funnies

Phil Box
13-Apr-2010
6:18:21 PM
On 13/04/2010 ajfclark wrote:
>On 13/04/2010 ambyeok wrote:
>>Oh yeah. [You're] right. Friday funny appears to be the quality of my
>maths.
>
>Your English could use some polish too... ;-)

Why do you want him to learn polish.
dalai
13-Apr-2010
6:24:48 PM
I hear the Polish parliament has a few vacancies at the moment...
hero
13-Apr-2010
9:50:26 PM
ouch.

ajfclark
23-Apr-2010
1:19:14 PM


More unintentionally perverted children's toys...

Jodestar
23-Apr-2010
1:32:15 PM
Classic!!
not suprising given the sexual inuendos in childrens' shows and movies
http://www.ebaumsworld.com/video/watch/1039973/

will5686
23-Apr-2010
8:56:37 PM
Surely making the ooze green would have been the logical fix?!
daave
24-Apr-2010
8:09:23 AM
So it's not Friday anymore, but I had a chuckle when I saw this picture,

http://www.climbing.com.au/nowra.htm

I climb at nowra every week during winter and the whole time I thought cowboy junkies was that big roof...apparently not...

Sabu
24-Apr-2010
11:06:29 AM
Gotta love the photo of the chick soloing a gym roof wearing a harness....

freesolo
24-Apr-2010
4:47:48 PM
so two couples were on a pub holiday and the men convinced their wives to do a bit of swapping one night. they decided that the next morning at breakfast they would tap on their teacups to show how things went.

one man, let's call him phil, laughed to himself on the way upstairs, knowing his wife was having her monthlies, thinking he had put one over on his mate, let's call him simon.

next morning phil looked smugly over to simon and tapped his teacup three times. simon casually picked up his spoon, tapped the strawberry jam once and the nutella three times.


Nooj
24-Apr-2010
5:41:39 PM
maybe taking a bit of inspiration from sylvester 'I'm soloing with my rack for weight training' stallone?

kuu
24-Apr-2010
5:42:29 PM
On 24/04/2010 freesolo wrote:
>
>one man, let's call him phil,
>his mate, let's call him simon.
>

I don't imagine either of these two males bear any resemblance to posters on Chockstone?

pmonks
25-Apr-2010
2:45:31 AM
Two Irish couples were on a pub holiday and after a particularly boozy night agreed to a night of partner swapping.

Later that night, in a darkened room, a slightly shaky voice murmured "Well we're having a lot of fun! I wonder how the girls are getting on?"
daave
26-Apr-2010
10:39:12 AM
More laughs from http://www.climbing.com.au/point_perpendicular.htm

"Point Perpendicular

Point Perpendicular was named by Captain James Cook during his infamous voyage to Australia in 1770 in search of new routes. Since then a number of other well known people have visited Point Perp and it now boasts several hundred routes on dozens of different cliffs. "

I didn't realise Captain Cook was a climber...

DaCrux
28-Apr-2010
2:39:33 PM
even more laughs from http://www.climbing.com.au/the_grampians.htm

Julian Saunders might look like a girl but must be a really good climber if he can solo a 28 with a pack on his back....

kuu
28-Apr-2010
3:16:03 PM
On 28/04/2010 DaCrux wrote:
>even more laughs from http://www.climbing.com.au/the_grampians.htm
>
>Julian Saunders might look like a girl but must be a really good climber
>if he can solo a 28 with a pack on his back....
>
And how long has there been a lake below Taipan Wall?

wombly
28-Apr-2010
3:20:17 PM
Doesn't look like anywhere in Australia to my eye. Could be a good candidate for the 'guess the route' thread...

pmonks
28-Apr-2010
3:41:47 PM
On 28/04/2010 DaCrux wrote:
>Julian Saunders might look like a girl but must be a really good climber
>if he can solo a 28 with a pack on his back....

That looks like my kind of 28!
davepalethorpe
28-Apr-2010
4:14:33 PM
On 28/04/2010 wombly wrote:
>Doesn't look like anywhere in Australia to my eye. Could be a good candidate
>for the 'guess the route' thread...

OT: could be Ogwen, North Wales...dunno the route though

ajfclark
30-Apr-2010
10:35:11 AM
These ones came out again at the office recently:



Duncan
30-Apr-2010
10:48:32 AM

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