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April 30, 2009


(Thanks to DavCat)


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"They kept at it for 20 minutes before armed Royal Protection Squad officers stepped in to take down their particulars."

Ouch! Particulars can take at least a day to recover.

And the worst part...

“They even ignored the Please Keep Off The Grass signs.

(italics supplied)

You've got questions?? I got yer answer right HERE!!

Ouch! Particulars can take at least a day to recover.

Posted by: Meanie the Blue | April 30, 2009 at 09:37 AM


Meanie, especially if they're dangling particulars (iycmd)

Are you referring to grammar problems, Siouxie?

This was definitely my favorite story of the day, even if DavCat beat me to it (so to speak).

You have to love The Sun and their public service offer:

DO you know the brazen bonkers? Or did you video or take photos of the pair? Call The Sun on 020 7782 4105. Don’t worry about the cost — we’ll call you straight back.

Of course, The Brazen Bonkers WBAGNFARB and a British p0rn flick.

I wonder if the woman involved closed her eyes and thought of Milwaukee?

Ramparts and rump parts indeed.

which broad?

Why yes, Meanie. What else could I have meant??

*hair flip*

um... please move my 9:39 post back a thread.

Thank you...

the couple — described by police as respectable people with respectable jobs

Sounds like everyone on this blog...

So another geezer exercised the "Get Off My Lawn" option. Big deal.

Though I am a broad, I did not send this in.

I just want to make that perfectly clear.

I love how they were "warned."

Here in the states, they would have been shot.

"the guy pulled his trousers up and then helped her put hers on."

A true gentleman would have helped the lady put her trousers on first.

(mainly to help prevent chaffing)

"We are aroused not amused."

Everyone probably assumed that it was one of the Royals. "Oh, it's just Prince Harry again."

All those Japanese tourists taking video and pictures and yet again none here!

The English word for " motel room " must be " grass " .

Why don't we do it in the road?

Well, the Queen's lawn would be more comfortable.

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