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Jazzy we are missing you.
Started by: graneyjoseph (4513)   Report abuse
Jazzy hope all is well with you.

Posted by: PeterP (5801) Report abuse
Joe she has not posted since Nov,Like you hope every thing is ok with Jazzy and her daughter

Posted by: nanajacqui (840)  Report abuse
A really good poster with lots of interesting tales to tell us,hope you're well Jazzy

Posted by: jarvo (27025)  Report abuse
Glad she's scarpered. She was involved in too many personal slanging matches and tried to belittle and patronise folk.

I do hope the turkeys are well.

Posted by: irene (2537)  Report abuse
Hope Jazzy is okay, and her daughter.

Posted by: grimshaw (465)  Report abuse
Hope jazzy is well,she posted some good stuff on here.

One thing is for sure .she had the measure of that jarvis .

Posted by: Pennywise (156) Report abuse
Who didn't?

Posted by: grimshaw (465)  Report abuse

Pennywise.





Posted by: jarvo (27025)  Report abuse
Funny enough, she didn't.

I sussed her out, as did others.

An insincere character - a fake.

I hate fakes.

Posted by: kathpressey (4017)  Report abuse
some things never change.....

Posted by: lisalee (11909)   Report abuse
They don't kathpressy, they don't.

Posted by: GOLDEN BEAR (2550)  Report abuse
GET STUFFED JARVO WE DON'T WANT NOR NEED COMMENT ABOUT A VERY GOOD PERSON LIKE HER ,JUST LEAVE IT OUT!!

Posted by: jarvo (27025)  Report abuse
...KNEW HER THEN, DID YER?

Posted by: PeterP (5801) Report abuse
Jarvo your post at 07-42 made my day when you stated "I Hate Fakes" this must be kettle calling pot black. Best laugh I have had in ages

Posted by: broady (11966)   Report abuse
Spot on GB. If I posted my feelings on the subject it would probably be my last on here.

Posted by: Stardelta (5403) Report abuse
Behave yourself Boardy.

She dealt as much out as just about everyone else in here has.......yourself included

Posted by: jarvo (27025)  Report abuse
Hello, hello, hello, it's PC Plod.

Posted by: baker boy (13544) Report abuse
no one knows for certain what as happened to jazzy,she may be very unwell or just sick and tired of jarvo turning nasty.
lets all hope it just the latter.

Posted by: broady (11966)   Report abuse
Goodness. I have the combined "might" of the Pothole filler and the Poet Laureate against me!!! Will I survive the onslaught.

Posted by: lisalee (11909)   Report abuse
I'll pray for you Broady!

Posted by: Pennywise (156) Report abuse
#JeSuisBroady

Posted by: Stardelta (5403) Report abuse
If only........I too could follow in the footsteps of Boardy and Brainless, perhaps I would be seen as the paragon of virtue also.

One can only aspire!!

Posted by: broady (11966)   Report abuse
A pot hole filler is what you are so keep up the good work!!!

Posted by: Stardelta (5403) Report abuse
Desperately clutching at straws again Boardy?

I love it

Posted by: jarvo (27025)  Report abuse
She's gone...No stamina...just like Joseph and the rest.

This place is better for it.

Posted by: jathbee (7866) Report abuse
Is it really? I doubt many would agree, apart from your hero worshipper Ba💤💤💤

Posted by: jarvo (27025)  Report abuse
Yes, it is - undoubtedly.

Posted by: jathbee (7866) Report abuse
It's a dry, boring place without any kind of humour.

Posted by: irene (2537)  Report abuse
I have an idea what happened to Jazzy but was told in confidence so can't comment further, but I'm sure that all the posters above, for her or against, would show compassion.

Posted by: lectriclegs (2605) Report abuse
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^

I can't argue with that Jath

Posted by: jarvo (27025)  Report abuse
We all have different opinions.

But when those opinions are challenged in a negative way, all hell breaks loose.

The days of Mac the dictator are almost done.

Thank God.

Posted by: broady (11966)   Report abuse
People have no idea what is happening in someone else's lives but they continue to gob off regardless. Jazzy doesn't post at present so why not just leave it at that.

Posted by: Stardelta (5403) Report abuse
Gobbing off regardless???

But.......

Oh never mind

Posted by: GOLDEN BEAR (2550)  Report abuse
VERY WELL SPOKEN BROADY,
AS for the other idiot ( jarvo) MY answer is YES i do . So why can't you just respect any member's wishes and leave it
alone it is quite easy actually.

Posted by: Stardelta (5403) Report abuse
If its so easy why don't you?



Posted by: jarvo (27025)  Report abuse
GB: I DIDN'T LIKE HER TONE.

LIVE WITH IT.

Posted by: kayleigh (1156) Report abuse
I liked her and most of her post , she wouldn't take the rubbish lying down and spoke her mind. I wish she would come back.

Posted by: jarvo (27025)  Report abuse
I couldn't take her rubbish.

Posted by: Stardelta (5403) Report abuse
A lot of people in here don't take rubbish lying down.

What made her any different?

Posted by: broady (11966)   Report abuse
Nothing. Just try to read something into Irene's post. It is the timing of the comments rather than the content. I am aware some people had differing opinions.

Posted by: fossil (6540) Report abuse
You are right broady,everyone should look at Irene's post and take notice ,and I am sure when the time is right Jazzy may come back.
Until then give her some space and as Irene says show some compassion.

Posted by: Tommy Two Stroke (1123) Report abuse
I wonder if Jazzy's ears or burning or should I say her fingers are burning, they say that happens when folk are talking about you

So as fossil says, look at Irene's post and then we all should shut the flip up and leave Jazzy alone, that is said or should I say typed, with respect to graneyjoseph who posted this topic, in good faith and with good intentions

Jarvo

Wigan beat Wolves

Posted by: jarvo (27025)  Report abuse
I like the stanzas. But the tone and rhythm don't quite make it.

Try harder.

5/10

Posted by: Tommy Two Stroke (1123) Report abuse

Posted by: jarvo (27025)  Report abuse

Posted by: graneyjoseph (4513)   Report abuse
thank you tommy my post was and is hoping that jazzy is well.

Posted by: scoop (3272)   Report abuse
Well said graneyjoseph.

Posted by: GOLDEN BEAR (2550)  Report abuse
(Comment removed because it broke the rules)

Posted by: GOLDEN BEAR (2550)  Report abuse
Well i suppose i will have to accept the punishment i hadan idea it would ,but in my defence i still feel justified for what i had written,the fact's for me are quite simple you should not ,no must not hound anyone in public as happened on here. So have a nice day all.

Posted by: Tommy Two Stroke (1123) Report abuse
Golden Bear

Will you read some of the postings above, it was suggested that it might be best if this topic was discontinued, after reading what Irene had posted and you are the only one who is still ranting away on it.

Posted by: berylh (1442) Report abuse
Just hope you are OK Jazzy - and hope we hear from you in due course. Take care

Posted by: graneyjoseph (4513)   Report abuse

Posted by: GOLDEN BEAR (2550)  Report abuse
HI T.T.S. Yes i will let it go i believe i was not "ranting" maybe a bit but, only at that idiot "jarvo" As for my dear friend i am very ,very close to her i know her very well and that is that,it's just that he pushed my button apologies T.T.S. and any one i may have antagonized.

Posted by: jarvo (27025)  Report abuse
GB: I DIDN'T LIKE HER TONE. AND I WILL NOT CHANGE MY OPINION.

LIVE WITH IT.



Posted by: Tommy Two Stroke (1123) Report abuse
Hey up!

It's kicking off again

Posted by: GOLDEN BEAR (2550)  Report abuse
TTS : NO IT WON'T TOMMY.

Posted by: kathpressey (4017)  Report abuse
be the bigger man GB!

Posted by: baker boy (13544) Report abuse
GB
sad dog and his cronies along with that person walsh can hound me all day long,i just love to read their pathetic attamepts at slanderous humour.

Posted by: momac (7694)  Report abuse
God...I get heartily sick to the teeth of reading all this childish banter,it
reminds me of a Schoolyard,the only difference is you're all grown men.why can't you accept that there are problems with Jazzy...and you all might
have problems yourselves tomorrow..hopefully not.Just as aside,one of my Sons workmates jumped off the Tyne bridge the other week he was 33..I
have a lovely friend who's been diagnosed with the big C...don't you all see
people are suffering all over the place,and here you are squabbling like kids
.Why has this site got to this stage...I won't say you're all morons,but
where's the intelligence to keep ranting on seeing who can throw the most insults out,come on grow up the lot of you.

Posted by: basil brush (8578) Report abuse
who would want to hound you all day, Kipling

I don't think there is anyone who could put up with you for a full day.

Posted by: britboy (6626) Report abuse
momac ... you hit the nail on the head

Posted by: momac (7694)  Report abuse
Thank you Britboy..they seem to forget that all the world can read their
ridiculous banter,what must everyone think of us.

Posted by: britboy (6626) Report abuse
I nearly went off into a rant about the projected image of Wigan but it's not worth it.

Posted by: broady (11966)   Report abuse
Why not start a new thread and let this one gradually disappear.

Posted by: momac (7694)  Report abuse
Good idea.....well,at the moment I'm making my own marmalade,does
anyone make their own whatever,I know quite a lot of men do quite a bit of
cooking and baking..come on,or any craft work....I bet this thread will go
down like a damp squid..

Posted by: britboy (6626) Report abuse
It's a pretty common theme to most threads unfortunately, general name calling and character assasination and it doesn't take long for any thread to fall into same old same.

Posted by: britboy (6626) Report abuse
Momac....I do a mean Manchester Tart :-)

Posted by: momac (7694)  Report abuse
Lovely,that's a start..a tart..I love Manchester tart too.

Posted by: britboy (6626) Report abuse
I cook breakfast every morning, this morning was ham, egg and slice of cheddar cheese on a toasted sour dough muffin

Posted by: nanajacqui (840)  Report abuse
Momac I like to sew & do alterations on my machine,I used to make both my daughters dresses when they were small,it was cheaper to make two out of the same material so they used to look like twins,I made wedding cakes & christening cakes when I was younger.

Posted by: momac (7694)  Report abuse
Lovely..nana Jacqui..I made my Daughters wedding cake..I love any type of
craft work..I used to love my sewing machine,but for some reason I was getting a shock every time I used it,nobody else. did..I even get shocks off the hand rail in stores...Raymyjamie said I need earthing....but before I
needed earthing I made my youngest Sons trousers and my own.
Do you like baking? ...I love it..wonder if we'll get any more craft folk on
here.

Posted by: nanajacqui (840)  Report abuse
I can't hold the rail coming downstairs in M&S I get a shock even with gloves,I go out into Grand Arcade & back in front way.I do like baking & I used to crochet & knit...I've dabbled in all sorts

Posted by: momac (7694)  Report abuse
I'm a dabbler too I know your Brother I think it is paints..I also paint in oils
just started trying Acrylics but oil paint is my one true love..
As for crocheting..I have a little pot kitten on my kitchen window sill and I've
just made him a bonnet with a bob on and a scarf..think I'm going back to
my childhood

Posted by: irene (2537)  Report abuse
Momac, I have a little pottery dog in my window, and our Ashley made him a Father Christmas hat two years ago, and I now have people looking out for it at Christmas time!

Posted by: nanajacqui (840)  Report abuse
Yes momac my brother lives in Llandudno look at his paintings & his profile johnbenthamart he used to live in Highfield

Posted by: momac (7694)  Report abuse
Isn't life a lot nicer when we can make things with our own hands and you
get a sense of self satisfaction..and Spring is just around the corner to
make the garden come to life..lovely.

Posted by: nanajacqui (840)  Report abuse
Oh I do hanging baskets as well & I make money too yeh

Posted by: momac (7694)  Report abuse
Do you remember owd Dave..he is a great friend and lives nearby..he has the most beautiful garden..every Spring the three of us go to garden
centres..Dave does all his hanging baskets and any bulbs etc he gets fed
up with he gives to me..so this year I'm going to have hanging begonias
everywhere...he gives to everybody ..

Posted by: GOLDEN BEAR (2550)  Report abuse
Momac:: I will be only too willing to have a couple of hanging baskets.

Posted by: nanajacqui (840)  Report abuse
I do remember him,he left because someone upset him & I used to get on well with him...I love non stop begonias

Posted by: jathbee (7866) Report abuse
I made my daughters clothes too. I also knitted all their jumpers and cardigans. I also had a knitting machine but sold it when the girls decided they were not acceptable as school wear any more, they wanted Slazenger ones
I upgraded my sewing machine some years ago but use it very little now. I just do alterations now. I never learned how to crochet.

I love cooking and baking. A family favourite are my jam and cream scones and my cinnamon and fruit scones. I often bake my own bread too.

I'm afraid my artistic streak only runs to a pin man

Posted by: MarieM (4519) Report abuse
Momac, when my kids were little I used to knit, crochet and sew on my old Singer treadle sewing machine.

Posted by: momac (7694)  Report abuse
NJ..yes..they did,and do you know he's the funniest man I've ever known,he has me in stitches.

Jathbee,you sound very artistic..I love jam and cream scones..Ill call round
later.

Marie good for you,my very first machine was a Singer treadle machine..I wish I had it now.

Posted by: britboy (6626) Report abuse
Ooohhhh what a great reminder, last time I had a cream tea was in Lynton in 2012, that clotted cream, large scones and strawberry jam were out of this world

Posted by: momac (7694)  Report abuse
Britboy..get the recipe book out.

Posted by: berylh (1442) Report abuse
I understand that knitting is enjoying a new popularity these days. However with the cost of good wool it is more of a hobby rather than the need to save money.

Posted by: momac (7694)  Report abuse
That's true Beryl..you've got to really enjoy it haven't you..I used to do a bit
at one time when wool was cheaper..but I'd sooner crochet ..it grows
quicker,mind you I don't do much of that now..only baby shawls

Posted by: graneyjoseph (4513)   Report abuse
I think this thread as digressed a bit perhaps it is time to let it fade away.best wishes to jazzy.

Posted by: momac (7694)  Report abuse
I thought it would.

Posted by: basil brush (8578) Report abuse
I bet this thread will go
down like a damp squid.

I know it's gone off topic.

Posted by: PeterP (5801) Report abuse
BB that is the idea to stop the idiots spoiling the thread. ALL GOOD comments have been passed about Jazzy with the usual nasty comments from the few so to save any more unwanted comments it was diverted onto some thing else

Posted by: nanajacqui (840)  Report abuse
That was exactly what was supposed to happen graneyjoseph & it ended up an interesting thread with all that contributed...well done momac

Posted by: momac (7694)  Report abuse
BB..it didn't give you an opportunity to keep sqwaking did it..bet you're so glad it's gone down..right..it's playtime you can start your insults once more
123...go?

Posted by: momac (7694)  Report abuse
Thank you Jacqui.

Posted by: lisalee (11909)   Report abuse
My mum is a knitter. You give her a pattern and she can knit it.

I've tried to learn crochet but I might as well just have two left thumbs!

Posted by: basil brush (8578) Report abuse
Peter, well why didn't they just open a new thread as they've already spoiled it by going off topic

Posted by: nanajacqui (840)  Report abuse
How thick are some people ? !!!

Posted by: basil brush (8578) Report abuse
so the above comments are about jazzy?

Posted by: jay_1 (14674)  Report abuse


You are driving posters off the site, walsh.Stop trying to bully people.

Posted by: momac (7694)  Report abuse
Lisa..I wish you were sat here,because when you get the knack for it..it is
so much easier than knitting.

Posted by: lisalee (11909)   Report abuse
My friend taught herself momac and some of her creations are amazing.

I'm determined to learn!

Posted by: basil brush (8578) Report abuse
others get a slating off these lot when they spoil a thread by going off topic

Posted by: momac (7694)  Report abuse
Basil...naff off.

Posted by: basil brush (8578) Report abuse
not nice.

Posted by: jathbee (7866) Report abuse
Lisa. I have also made head collars, lead reins and all things to do with horses. It's many years ago, don't think I could manage the horse jackets now though, they were heavy back then.

Posted by: lisalee (11909)   Report abuse
The winter ones still are jathbee

Posted by: momac (7694)  Report abuse
Jathbee,there must be an art to that..I can't imagine how you made those.

Posted by: nanajacqui (840)  Report abuse
jathbee a lady with many talents,well done

Posted by: jathbee (7866) Report abuse
Momac. I worked in the sewing industry for most of my younger years made pretty much everthing, men's wear, work wear, MOD wear, baby wear, bedding, curtains. I once got a job making shrouds, coffin linings etc because it was better pay, changed my mind at the last minute

Posted by: nanajacqui (840)  Report abuse
I remember making my dad a pair of crimplene trousers & it took me 8 hours and I was seeing double by time I'd finished

Posted by: momac (7694)  Report abuse
Ye Gods Jathbee,you must be multi talented..good for you.

Posted by: momac (7694)  Report abuse
NJ,I should imagine trying to sew criimplene would be very difficult.

Posted by: basil brush (8578) Report abuse
another thread ruined..... well done.

Posted by: nanajacqui (840)  Report abuse
momac I used it a lot in olden days,bought it from a shop on Wallgate,& it never needed ironing

Posted by: momac (7694)  Report abuse
NJ was it the shop up an alleyway near Wigan Observer office..I've forgot
what it was called.

Posted by: nanajacqui (840)  Report abuse
You mean Flax Mill I think......the one I went to was on left going towards Wigan

Posted by: momac (7694)  Report abuse
Yes,I think that was it ,my Aunt worked there.I really don't know where I'd
go if I was sewing now,there doesn't seem to be that many material shops
now or am I wrong.

Posted by: nanajacqui (840)  Report abuse
I think it's Leigh now momac,used to be a stall on outside Wigan Market I bought from as well...Llandudno have some nice shops & we'll be going later in the year

Posted by: jathbee (7866) Report abuse
Knitting and sewing is now quite an expensive passtime, you can buy clothes and knitwear for less than it costs to make them. I think the last things I made were shorts for my girls when they were teenagers and they wanted something different to what was being sold in the shops.

Posted by: momac (7694)  Report abuse
I used to love Wigan Market N J..there used to be a stall near to Cassinellis
Cafe that sold every bit of material..when my youngest was a baby..I made
his cot bedding and his Pram and a quilted eiderdown type thing for his
Pram..nothing complicated I know but it was still a great place to have as they say...a root..

Jathbee,you're right about the price now,it isn't worth it any more..this
thread has just brought a couple of memories back..I once made myself
a lovely white towelling bathrobe with material from the Market..came
home from work to find a it had been put in the washer with a red top that
ran..another time a gorgeous Mohair jumper I'd knitted again got lost and
put in the washer with everything else...I was near to tears.

Posted by: jarvo (27025)  Report abuse
Mill girls and pit men...Typical.

Posted by: berylh (1442) Report abuse
momac you mentioned a few posts back about crotchet, have to say I can only do the basic stitch and can't follow a pattern for toffee, I would like to learn though

Posted by: momac (7694)  Report abuse
Jarvis..please explain.

Beryl, the only complicated stitch I can do is a shell..but I've never bothered
about anymore because I don't like crocheted clothes,I did once make a
Jumper for the youngest but it was only in normal double crochet stitch.
You could go on utube to see how to do the basic stitch...it really is easy.

Posted by: jathbee (7866) Report abuse
Momac. A typical comment coming from the stupid owd bard.

Posted by: momac (7694)  Report abuse
The old saying comes to mind."Empty tins make the most noise"

Posted by: jathbee (7866) Report abuse
Indeed, Momac, indeed. But to give him credit he does try in fact he is very trying

Posted by: graneyjoseph (4513)   Report abuse
thread ruinedwell done.

Posted by: momac (7694)  Report abuse
GJ,can't you see it was being ruined with all the. bickering..I'm sure Jazzy
would agree with me.This thread had become a war zone,so how can it
have been ruined.

Posted by: jathbee (7866) Report abuse
Momac tried to divert attention from the bickering but of course it was ruined by the usual suspects. This place will never be any better as long as jarvis and walshy haunt this site.

Posted by: lectriclegs (2605) Report abuse
Good here innit.

Posted by: momac (7694)  Report abuse
Jathbee..you just can't win with some can you.

Posted by: jathbee (7866) Report abuse
It's such a friendly, tranquil place.

Posted by: momac (7694)  Report abuse
I love a good laugh don't you.😄

Posted by: jathbee (7866) Report abuse
You just have to laugh, don't you?

Posted by: lectriclegs (2605) Report abuse
Some people I laugh with

Some people I laugh at.

Posted by: jathbee (7866) Report abuse
'Some people' are laughable.

Posted by: lectriclegs (2605) Report abuse
Posted by: jathbee (7556)

'Some people' are laughable. 

Replied: 11th Mar 2017 at 11:00


Fact.

Posted by: basil brush (8578) Report abuse
Posted by: graneyjoseph (4493) Report abuse

thread ruinedwell done.

Well said

If people didn't like the bickering then they should have opened a thread about knitting, and what ever other boring things they like, instead of ruining this thread

Posted by: lectriclegs (2605) Report abuse
Speak of the devil, etc.

Posted by: basil brush (8578) Report abuse
being brave aren't you.

Posted by: Pennywise (156) Report abuse
Didn't you post on a thread about a members business doing something with gardening, to have a go at her

Posted by: nanajacqui (840)  Report abuse
Yes Penny he's always having a dig at someone & that was myself ...he said I dealt in dirt..how ironic..were his words,but I chose to ignore the ignorant pathetic waste of space & the only decent poster on here so he keeps telling us...it's a joke !!!

Posted by: basil brush (8578) Report abuse
It was more an observation, pw

Posted by: graneyjoseph (4513)   Report abuse
have a good weekend and best wishes to jazzy if she reads this.

Posted by: billy (25586)  Report abuse
anyone fer baked hedgehog!!!!
er!,,,,anyone!!!!!momac!....Irene!
baked in the earth under a roaring fire.....eh?

Posted by: momac (7694)  Report abuse
Hello Billy,not hedgehog ta,I'm not a meat eater,but anything spicy....and I'll be there...see you soon.

Posted by: jarvo (27025)  Report abuse
If there was anything about her, she'd have well replied by now.

Why the hell do you bother? She obviously doesn't give a hoot.

Posted by: xxstuartxx (5424) Report abuse
You just can't help yourself can you?

You really are a pathetic little person.

Posted by: lectriclegs (2605) Report abuse
And this bloke calls me an idiot.

Posted by: broady (11966)   Report abuse
Almost every thread on WW gets spoiled these days by stupid comments. It is as though people set out to deliberately antagonize rather than debate (,yes I remember " am off") Even yesterday's Cheltenham thread was ruined.

Posted by: jarvo (27025)  Report abuse
...Just stating facts, darlings...

Posted by: broady (11966)   Report abuse
They aren't actually facts. They are your own opinion/ view. A vast difference.

Posted by: jarvo (27025)  Report abuse
...Please yourself...

Posted by: graneyjoseph (4513)   Report abuse
thread ruined genuine inquiry to see how jazz was doing .

Posted by: Stardelta (5403) Report abuse
Hahaha I see Boardy is at it again, complaining about others while he does the same. Another example of do as I say not as I do. What a blinkered old fool.

Perhaps you should set an example yourself and stop setting out to deliberately antagonise certain individuals. Maybe if you stop doing it they will follow your example

Posted by: jay_1 (14674)  Report abuse
nana.. how did walsh know about your business?

Posted by: basil brush (8578) Report abuse
Well said sd,

still no comment from the most hated poster on here about the latics.

Posted by: nanajacqui (840)  Report abuse
jay I advertise so every one can see my Business but people are usually very nice to me with the odd exception

Posted by: jay_1 (14674)  Report abuse
It was a very nasty comment. I thought he must know you personally?

Posted by: broady (11966)   Report abuse
SD,
When the moon and Jupiter are in line is it any easier to fill in potholes??

Posted by: nanajacqui (840)  Report abuse
Jay he doesn't know me personally,I know him from way back,where he lives,where he worked etc & yes it was a nasty comment from a nasty individual

Posted by: basil brush (8578) Report abuse
and supporting our local sports teams

looks the most hated poster on here is a liar as well.

Posted by: jay_1 (14674)  Report abuse
It is sad ready. There is no need for his nastiness.

Posted by: basil brush (8578) Report abuse
pity you didn't feel that way when you were driving people away with your nasty and personal comments

Posted by: billy (25586)  Report abuse
so much aggression in this world today.
get yaselves out in the energy filled Woods and "hug a tree"
works wonders you"l see.
.

Posted by: jathbee (7866) Report abuse
It's a pity they banned fox hunting. Vermin should be exterminated

Posted by: jay_1 (14674)  Report abuse

Posted by: basil brush (8578) Report abuse
it's a pity someone backtracked and let people down.

Posted by: jathbee (7866) Report abuse
Is that your best shot, you verminous, flea bag

Posted by: jay_1 (14674)  Report abuse

Posted by: momac (7694)  Report abuse
Billy..we were out walking with our eldest lad,and I decided to hug this
beautiful tree..my Son said " are you sure I'm not adopted".

Posted by: basil brush (8578) Report abuse
Backtrack jathbee being nasty again, mind you she doesn't post as much since she lost the gang.

Posted by: jay_1 (14674)  Report abuse
'Is that your best shot, you verminous, flea bag '


Pretty accurate from what i've seen of his personal hygiene.

Posted by: basil brush (8578) Report abuse
are you still claiming that your father in law use to play for the latics?

Posted by: billy (25586)  Report abuse
Momac....like developing clairvoyance, ya need to have an open non cluttered mind to actualy sense and feel the earths energy passing up and through ya.primitives had this knack, and they could teach us a LOT.
watch ya change Momac, theyre out there.

Posted by: graneyjoseph (4513)   Report abuse

 
 
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