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when the guy who's not James Nesbitt says yoga at 16 seconds in this vid
is that really a "classic" yellow pages advert?
And there's a moment where we're both (or more of us) just chewing simultaneously, I find that very funny.
like a lingering silence in a conversation or responding with single words, then watching them squirm while I inwardly grin. I also have petty awkward conversations with people like bus drivers, I pretended I didn't know about the latest price increase this morning for example. It was to make a point, there was no advertising about it and the reasons are bollocks. I am aware it has nothing to do with the driver.
it was won by this Chinese player. They had an interview with him after his game today, only to discover that he could barely speak english. Meant that for about 7-10 minutes it was like
'So Yu, were you confident going into today's game?'
'No? How come?'
'...*shakes head* No.'
and repeat. They got a translator in in the end.
Preferred it when he was just smashing eggs into things
yeah it sucks now but it was beautiful back in the day
become a household name yet i know nothing about him
but in particular the bit where he starts running:
I've not let a man inside my purse since we went decimal
is this from zoolander? that's a bummer
tight end, slot receiver, etc
there was a point in a recent game where a team conceded a penalty and the referee announced "ILLEGAL TOUCHING, NUMBER 69"
i love it so much
plus when someone writes the same word twice by mistake
was defending government cuts to welfare and he kept saying "fiscal rectitude". Had a prissy little cat's bum mouth, too, which somehow made it even funnier.
Followed by this tweet:
Geoffrey Boycott can't say cricket - he says Gricket
Gordan Ramsey say restrunt instead of restaurant
I once met a wedding photographer who pronounced the word reportage as rep-ort-ige. He said it several times when pitching his services.