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although she preferred his tongue in cider.
<3 i'm sorry i haven't a clue
I can only counter with: "after being porked by mr brains' faggots, debbie decided she preferred bernard matthews' turkey baster"
Samantha has to nip out again to see an elderly lord who regularly complains to Radio 4 about their parliamentary coverage. She says she thinks he's even going to start getting a little hard on Today in parliament.
Samantha tells me she has to nip off to a rare breeds farm where they still plough with huge beasts of burden. She's become friendly with a couple of farmhands who are going to show her their gigantic ox.
Samantha has to nip out to take her German Shepherd to the park to give him a stroke while he licks her face and pants.
Samantha has got to go off early to meet an entymologist friend who's been showing her his collection of winged insects. They've already covered his bees and wasps and tonight she's hoping to go through his flies.
Samantha tells us she's off to a gourmet evening where her favourite French chef has prepared a nine course dinner. Looking at the menu, she says she's not so keen on some of his traditional dishes, but she spotted something tempting between the frogs legs.
Samantha has to nip out to the House of Lords with her constituency friend. He's looking for support for his MP who's facing expulsion, and Samantha says it's important to have a good peer if his member's likely to be out.
Samantha tells me she recently purchased a Tudor tankard bearing an engraved ode, believed to be by Shakespeare himself. This week she's taking it to be valued by the Antiques Roadshow programme. We can't wait to see Hugh Scully examining her jugs on it.
Samantha tells me she has to nip home as she has a man coming in to start work on her new patio. He's bringing round his cement mixer, and he's promised to layer roughly across the foundations.
Samantha tells me she has to nip out to greet a gentleman friend who's something of a shoe enthusiast. The last time she met him he was in his plimsoles with the crape sole and felt upper.
Samantha has to nip down to the allotment to help a nice gentleman put his new fertilizer on his tomato plants. She's surpisingly keen to see his Grow More in the potting shed.
So, while Samantha nips out to enjoy a portion of winkles in cider.
Samantha tells me she's had to nip out to meet a nice chap who's training her in computer skills. Tonight she hopes he's going to show her the 3 1/2 inch floppy he's got in his Mac.
Samantha tells us she's taking her (driving) test this week. She says she can't wait to climb aboard her little Morris to demonstrate the correct use of the horn in a built-up area.
Samantha has to nip off to the National Opera where she's been giving private tuition to the singers. Having seen what she did to the baritone, the director is keen to see what she might to for a tenor.
Samantha tells me she's off with a team of local paramedics this evening. They're so excited at the thought, they just can't wait for her to arrive so they can get their ambulance and stretcher out for the night.
I was appalled on tuning in this morning to hear a torrent of blatant filth, with terms such as 'Big Bang', 'Large Firm Success', 'Satisfying Performance', and worst of all, 'Job Blows'. It was the most disgusting edition of the Today programme's Business Report ever!
Is I'm sorry I haven't a clue back on then?
sorry about the spelling mistake in my last letter