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Friday Funnies

ajfclark
20-Apr-2012
11:08:39 AM
Thought this might amuse some: Masters of Movement - Bear Grylls


nmonteith
20-Apr-2012
11:25:55 AM
What an embarrassment to mankind.

ajfclark
20-Apr-2012
11:27:29 AM
Should we play spot the mistakes?

First one that I notice is that the black rope that suddenly appears as he ties into it is then never seen again...
adamsfamily
20-Apr-2012
11:42:45 AM
On 20/04/2012 ajfclark wrote:
>Should we play spot the mistakes?
>
>First one that I notice is that the black rope that suddenly appears as
>he ties into it is then never seen again...

You see it again dragging him up at about 1:43.

I like the running it out and token cam placement as well.

ajfclark
20-Apr-2012
11:48:29 AM
Ah, I missed the top rope watching it in low res.
davepalethorpe
20-Apr-2012
1:12:43 PM
On 20/04/2012 adamsfamily wrote:

>
>I like the running it out and token cam placement as well.

If you look closely, he's on a toprope. You can see it at 1:26 at the top of the crack. Funny stuff!


grantoss
20-Apr-2012
2:16:48 PM
On 20/04/2012 davepalethorpe wrote:
>On 20/04/2012 adamsfamily wrote:
>
>>
>>I like the running it out and token cam placement as well.
>
>If you look closely, he's on a toprope. You can see it at 1:26 at the
>top of the crack. Funny stuff!
>
>

lame.com

MrsM10iswhereitsat.
20-Apr-2012
2:31:09 PM
Hello lovely Chockstoners.

Mr Miguel75 who wrote on another place in Chockstone
>"I'm just as happy to share my beliefs as giggle along at the weird things we >(Christians/Mormons) do."
has been providing Derek my M10 love and me with lots of laughs lately on this lovely site, so Derek found him a reply funny!



Praise the Lord!

A preacher said, "Anyone with 'special needs' who wants to be prayed over, please come forward to the front by the altar."

With that, a brother from the gutter got in line, and when it was his turn, the Preacher asked, "Brother, what do you want me to pray about for you?"

Brother replied, "Preacher, I need you to pray for help with my hearing."

The preacher put one finger of one hand in Brother's ear, placed his other hand on top of Brother's head, and then prayed and prayed and prayed.

He prayed to the 'Almighty' for Brother, and the whole congregation joined in with great enthusiasm.

After a few minutes, the preacher removed his hands, stood back and asked,
"Brother, how is your hearing now?"

Brother answered, "I don't know. It ain't 'til next week!"


Blah
22-Apr-2012
10:22:38 AM
The scene in Mission impossible was more believable than that tosh. What a wankel rotary.
White gold
22-Apr-2012
10:43:55 AM
Tim Buck Two

At the finals of the National Poetry Competition the two finalist were an unlikely pair. Finalist number one was a Harvard educated professor of literature and the winner of several previous competitions. Finalist number two was an aboriginal elder from central Australia.
The final round consisted of each competitor being given the same word and having thirty seconds to complete a verse, using the word.The Professor went first. The Judge said, " The final word this year is'Timbuktu'" The Prof. started thinking. Ten seconds went by. Twenty seconds.The crowd became nervous. After twenty eight seconds the Prof. began,"Across the hot Sahara sand,Trekked the dusty caravan. Men on camels, two by two, Destination- Timbuktu."The crowd went wild, there was no way that the Elder would ever top that.
The Aboriginal elder was brought on stage. The judge gave the word, "Timbuktu." As he looked to the sky, he thought for 10-15 seconds, stepped up to the microphone, cleared his throat, and began,"Tim 'en me, a-hunting we went, Met three sheilas in a pop-up-tent, They was three and we was two, So, I bucked one and Tim Buck Two!"

Miguel75
22-Apr-2012
10:56:39 AM
On 20/04/2012 MrsM10iswhereitsat! wrote:
>Hello lovely Chockstoners.
>
>Mr Miguel75 who wrote on another place in Chockstone
>>"I'm just as happy to share my beliefs as giggle along at the weird things
>we >(Christians/Mormons) do."
>has been providing Derek my M10 love and me with lots of laughs lately
>on this lovely site, so Derek found him a reply funny!
>
>
>
>Praise the Lord!
>
>A preacher said, "Anyone with 'special needs' who wants to be prayed over,
>please come forward to the front by the altar."
>
>With that, a brother from the gutter got in line, and when it was his
>turn, the Preacher asked, "Brother, what do you want me to pray about for
>you?"
>
>Brother replied, "Preacher, I need you to pray for help with my hearing."
>
>
>The preacher put one finger of one hand in Brother's ear, placed his other
>hand on top of Brother's head, and then prayed and prayed and prayed.
>
>He prayed to the 'Almighty' for Brother, and the whole congregation joined
>in with great enthusiasm.
>
>After a few minutes, the preacher removed his hands, stood back and asked,
>
>"Brother, how is your hearing now?"
>
>Brother answered, "I don't know. It ain't 'til next week!"

That was a good one, thanks MrsM10iswhereitsat.
hero
27-Apr-2012
12:50:49 PM
http://textfromdog.tumblr.com/ for dog lovers

and for the cat lovers

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MrsM10iswhereitsat.
27-Apr-2012
1:07:09 PM
Very good Mr hero, and hello again lovely Chockstoners.
Hasn't it been a fun week of reading on this site!
Why just the other day I was commenting to Derek my M10 love that in some ways with all the news and whatnot, it is just like we are kiddies going to school again.
He is a rather dry sort and reckons "Yeah, the playground antics are alright, if not a little boisterous at times!
I wondered about this, and also about him too sometimes; but later a young lass told me of one of her recent experiences, and so it all makes sense to me now.

She told me what the difference between Grannies and Grandads is.

Her 5 year old daughter is usually taken to school, daily, by her grandfather.

When he had a bad cold his wife took the grandchild.

That night she told her parents that the ride to school with granny was very different!!

"What made it different?" asked her parents:

"Gran and I didn't see a single tosser, blind bastard, dickhead, ethnic prick or wanker, anywhere on the way to school today!"

Arenít children perceptive dearies!








OK, yes, yes, it is Friday Funnies thread, so here is one that I found for all the fisherpeoples out there; (yoo hoo, waving madly at you Mr widewetandslippery and Mr Capt_Mulch); regarding the things they don't show us on TV.

http://www.wimp.com/classicbloopers
Olbert
27-Apr-2012
1:43:03 PM
On 27/04/2012 MrsM10iswhereitsat! wrote:
>OK, yes, yes, it is Friday Funnies thread, so here is one that I found
>for all the fisherpeoples out there; (yoo hoo, waving madly at you Mr widewetandslippery
>and Mr Capt_Mulch); regarding the things they don't show us on TV.
>
>http://www.wimp.com/classicbloopers
>

Brilliant!! Best Friday Funnies ever!
widewetandslippery
27-Apr-2012
3:16:07 PM
Whats so funny isn't that what happens when everyone goes fishing?
Duncan
27-Apr-2012
3:26:09 PM
I used to pray every night for a new bicycle.Then I realised that the Lord doesn't work that way so I stole one and asked Him to forgive me.

-Emo Phillips

IdratherbeclimbingM9
27-Apr-2012
10:05:16 PM

IdratherbeclimbingM9
27-Apr-2012
10:26:12 PM

ajfclark
4-May-2012
8:25:58 AM


Landing looks a bit shit....

phillipivan
4-May-2012
8:38:35 AM
Klaus, the Fork Lift Driver

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