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Re: Talking Pet In Real Life

Post by The Magnificent 7 » Thu May 30, 2013 9:09 pm

I was in the pub last week looking at the jukebox and I really wanted to shout over to the bloke behind the bar "How often do you get these records changed lad?".

I often use the Howay Kettle quote.

Last year my dad was making a fence for the front garden and he asked me to saw some wood for him, to which I replied "Dad man, I'm not a carpenter man".

When the phone goes I'll check the caller ID and if its someone I know I'll answer by saying "Hello Intercontinental" or "Hello Pattersons House".
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Re: Talking Pet In Real Life

Post by Musta bin Elbowed » Thu May 30, 2013 9:53 pm

I wish I'd sent that reply to my boss now but I didnt want to get me cards from Grunwald

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Re: Talking Pet In Real Life

Post by AlreetPal » Thu May 30, 2013 10:31 pm

The Magnificent 7 wrote:I was in the pub last week looking at the jukebox and I really wanted to shout over to the bloke behind the bar "How often do you get these records changed lad?".

I often use the Howay Kettle quote.

Last year my dad was making a fence for the front garden and he asked me to saw some wood for him, to which I replied "Dad man, I'm not a carpenter man".

When the phone goes I'll check the caller ID and if its someone I know I'll answer by saying "Hello Intercontinental" or "Hello Pattersons House".

Some times when I answer the works mobile I begin with, 'Hello Pattersons residence.' Had on more than one occassion the person on the other end to apologise for calling the wrong number. :D
Shut ya yak will ya man, you snivelling little git.


We're sophisticated blokes us, ya know.

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Re: Talking Pet In Real Life

Post by HerrPfister » Fri May 31, 2013 6:24 am

It would be great if one day you happened to answer to a fan, & he menacingly pretended to be Ally Fraser! ...
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Re: Talking Pet In Real Life

Post by Tracy » Fri May 31, 2013 7:06 am

Oh dont fart me around Pfister, where is my money ???
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Re: Talking Pet In Real Life

Post by HerrPfister » Fri May 31, 2013 7:16 am

I've got your readies. All I need is your trust...
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Post by Tracy » Fri May 31, 2013 8:19 am

Trust ? Weve all been victims of trust !
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Re: Talking Pet In Real Life

Post by Breaking Away » Fri May 31, 2013 9:15 am

"Working like a black man"
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Re: Talking Pet In Real Life

Post by Sgt Ives » Fri May 31, 2013 3:37 pm

We were in Spain the past week and met a group of German girls who were referred to as 'the erics' for a week

"donkey shite to you to pal" was used on a few occasions.

they lived near Munster, my mate turned to me during a conversation about how nice the part of spain we were in was "if it wasn't for me you'd be freezing your arse off in Munster or Koblentz by now"

and we always use the series 3 barry to nev line of
" You like the ladies don'tcha nev "
"no more than most "
"....ohh i think you do " , for just about anything

" you like a sangria don'tcha nev "
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Re: Talking Pet In Real Life

Post by Hedley Irwin » Fri May 31, 2013 8:21 pm

"Ah, me toast" in a brummie accent gets a regular airing if I burn it or drop it on the floor
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Re: Talking Pet In Real Life

Post by Musta bin Elbowed » Wed Jun 12, 2013 6:36 pm

On the train home from work just now I was talking to a stranger :shock: doesnt happen much in London...

When it got to my stop without thinking at all I skipped off like Oz in Cuba and said "Anyway, buenos dias" :lol: :lol:

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Re: Talking Pet In Real Life

Post by Auf Wiedersehen, Pet » Wed Jun 12, 2013 7:57 pm

There reply?
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Re: Talking Pet In Real Life

Post by Musta bin Elbowed » Wed Jun 12, 2013 9:55 pm

I dunno, I said it as I was hopping away Oz-style

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Re: Talking Pet In Real Life

Post by peng50 » Thu Jun 13, 2013 10:05 am

Just come back from Spain for a weeks Holiday... As you can imagine I drove the
family mad with loads of inputs from Series 2, my favourtie would be to walk ahead
of the family and wait for them in reception and shout as they walked in "cocktails
at 6... and Bingo at 7"

One night we decided to eat in the room and got one of those take away chickens
that seem very popular over there, anyway when we got it back to the room it was
piping hot so the mrs left it on the side of the table to cool for a bit. A few minutes
later one of the kids was reaching over the table for something, and knocked the
chicken onto the floor... I immediately picked it up and said "awww you've bashed
all the wing in man... how am I supposed to get that fixed before ally gets back"
The Youngest who is just 5 and didn't have a clue what I was on about,
immediately said "whose ally"... couldn't have scripted it better myself ;)

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Re: Talking Pet In Real Life

Post by Auf Wiedersehen, Pet » Thu Jun 13, 2013 10:22 am

peng50 wrote:Just come back from Spain for a weeks Holiday... As you can imagine I drove the
family mad with loads of inputs from Series 2, my favourtie would be to walk ahead
of the family and wait for them in reception and shout as they walked in "cocktails
at 6... and Bingo at 7"

One night we decided to eat in the room and got one of those take away chickens
that seem very popular over there, anyway when we got it back to the room it was
piping hot so the mrs left it on the side of the table to cool for a bit. A few minutes
later one of the kids was reaching over the table for something, and knocked the
chicken onto the floor... I immediately picked it up and said "awww you've bashed
all the wing in man... how am I supposed to get that fixed before ally gets back"
The Youngest who is just 5 and didn't have a clue what I was on about,
immediately said "whose ally"... couldn't have scripted it better myself ;)
Totally brilliant! :lol:
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