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It's all very confusing

Started by: i-spy (15034) 

I read that they were coming back and then that they had never been away.
But I've not seen many in Wigan

Started: 29th Nov 2016 at 17:11

Posted by: momac (11790) 

I bet it's too cold for them.

Replied: 29th Nov 2016 at 17:38

Posted by: i-spy (15034) 

I only tried them once and that was years ago

Replied: 29th Nov 2016 at 21:18

Posted by: nanajacqui (3863) 

Black peas ?

Replied: 30th Nov 2016 at 10:45

Posted by: Anne (4028) 

Hot pants.

Replied: 30th Nov 2016 at 11:02

Posted by: i-spy (15034) 

In a moment of need mine provided me with half a crown

Replied: 30th Nov 2016 at 12:59

Posted by: jo anne (33748) 

Juggling balls, I-Spy as in this photo?

Replied: 30th Nov 2016 at 13:06

Posted by: i-spy (15034) 

I enlarged that photo and I may have captured a ghostly apparition. A boy whose lower half appears to be disappearing. Spooky.
But no balls if you'll pardon the expression

Replied: 30th Nov 2016 at 13:17

Posted by: jo anne (33748) 

I meant the golden balls of the pawnbroker, I-Spy

Replied: 30th Nov 2016 at 13:58

Posted by: GOLDEN BEAR (4162) 

Black pea stall at the bottom of the arcade ( makinsons) in the area where they usually have a beach in summer and a tree now while its chrimbo they looked and smelled super !

Replied: 30th Nov 2016 at 14:30

Posted by: priscus (inactive)

Replied: 30th Nov 2016 at 15:04

Posted by: priscus (inactive)

I predict that boomerangs will be coming back.

Replied: 30th Nov 2016 at 15:35

Posted by: jo anne (33748) 

jo anne, I don't think The Golden Ball will be coming back.

You're right, Priscus, that Golden Ball has Bryn and gone!

Replied: 30th Nov 2016 at 16:02

Posted by: i-spy (15034) 

I-spied some on Foyles war

Replied: 1st Dec 2016 at 12:59

Posted by: jo anne (33748) 

Was that when they were in their Haigh day, I-Spy?

Replied: 2nd Dec 2016 at 10:24

Posted by: i-spy (15034) 

You could well be right Jo Anne. But maybe you should do some checking at home.

Replied: 2nd Dec 2016 at 16:26

Posted by: jo anne (33748) 

Checking? ... Tablecloths?

Replied: 2nd Dec 2016 at 19:17

Posted by: priscus (inactive)

It's that check coloured paint. You just can't get it anywhere. Had to make do with tartan paint off thinternet.

Replied: 2nd Dec 2016 at 19:32

Posted by: i-spy (15034) 

I think I've got lost

Replied: 3rd Dec 2016 at 21:37

Posted by: jo anne (33748) 

Sorry, I-Spy, we need more clues to get what you're thinking of.

Replied: 3rd Dec 2016 at 21:41

Posted by: i-spy (15034) 

They are very popular in the USA. But only cos they like to think they are bigger than they are.

Replied: 3rd Dec 2016 at 21:49

Posted by: jo anne (33748) 

Agh, I still can't get it!

Replied: 3rd Dec 2016 at 22:15

Posted by: i-spy (15034) 

Think carrots and you're just a letter away

Replied: 3rd Dec 2016 at 22:18

Posted by: jo anne (33748) 

Parrots?

Replied: 3rd Dec 2016 at 22:25

Posted by: i-spy (15034) 

Carrots and......
Swop the I for a u and bobs your uncle

Replied: 3rd Dec 2016 at 22:27

Posted by: jo anne (33748) 

And fancy's your pants? Turnups?

Replied: 3rd Dec 2016 at 22:30

Posted by: i-spy (15034) 

Apparently they are still very popular with Liverpudlians Jo Anne. As a scouse-wife you probably know that

Replied: 3rd Dec 2016 at 22:36

Posted by: jo anne (33748) 

Scouse-wife, indeed!

Turn ups are popular with Liverpudlians - that's a turn-up for the books!

Replied: 3rd Dec 2016 at 22:46

Posted by: i-spy (15034) 

I wonder if anyone on here is a turn up person male or female

Replied: 3rd Dec 2016 at 23:09

Posted by: jo anne (33748) 

Even Google finds it all very confusing, I-Spy, I searched for turn ups and look what turned up!

Replied: 3rd Dec 2016 at 23:22

Posted by: i-spy (15034) 

And not a turnip in sight

Replied: 3rd Dec 2016 at 23:50

Posted by: jo anne (33748) 

Are you sure, I-Spy? And just to,add to the confusion here's a Swede with turn ups!

Replied: 4th Dec 2016 at 00:37

Posted by: i-spy (15034) 

What's the difference between a turnip and a swede. And don't say swedes can sing

Replied: 4th Dec 2016 at 17:15

Posted by: priscus (inactive)

Turnips are white-fleshed, and swedes are yellow-fleshed.

But whenever the menu says carrot and turnip, carrot and swede always seems to be what arrives on the plate.

Replied: 4th Dec 2016 at 17:27

Posted by: jo anne (33748) 

And swedes sound very different to turn ups in the USA as they're called rutabagas. link

Replied: 4th Dec 2016 at 17:34

Posted by: i-spy (15034) 

It's very educational innit

Replied: 4th Dec 2016 at 17:56

Posted by: jo anne (33748) 

Enormously, I-Spy! (Guess before you press )

Replied: 4th Dec 2016 at 18:10

Posted by: i-spy (15034) 

Ruddy Yanks all think they're 7ft tall and have then got to roll up their jeans

Replied: 4th Dec 2016 at 21:40

Posted by: jo anne (33748) 

Are you sure that's why turn ups are the height of fashion?

Replied: 4th Dec 2016 at 21:57

 

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