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    Quote Originally Posted by teddy View Post
    Colin

    With my eyesight I did not realise your tattoo said MUM. I thought it said something else

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    Now what would that be ?
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    Hum?
    Cheers MIKE.

    How many roads must a man walk down ... ... before he admits he's lost?

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    Nun? XD I will try it tomorrow again...

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    RUM?

    Your turn Mike.

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    My tat, "Any man who loves his mother is man enough for me" made famous by the one and only .....................................
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    Any man who loves his mother
    is man enough for me.
    Brightening her eyes, sending her flowers,
    though it's no anniversary.

    Many men want fame and fortune,
    it's gold they love to see,
    but I say a man who loves his mother
    is man enough for me.

    Many men loves dogs and kittens,
    and pet them constantly.
    Show me a man who loves his mother
    as much as she wants to be,
    and I'll show you a man
    who's a lot like me.

    Dean Martin

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    Quote Originally Posted by marval View Post
    Any man who loves his mother
    is man enough for me.
    Brightening her eyes, sending her flowers,
    though it's no anniversary.

    Many men want fame and fortune,
    it's gold they love to see,
    but I say a man who loves his mother
    is man enough for me.

    Many men loves dogs and kittens,
    and pet them constantly.
    Show me a man who loves his mother
    as much as she wants to be,
    and I'll show you a man
    who's a lot like me.

    Dean Martin
    Congrats Margaret you have won 1st prize of M$186,000,00. please collect from Mr Magel
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    Thank you Colin, I will collect my winnings later.


    Margaret

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    Ahhhh. Heartwarming

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    Thank you Teddy, unfortunately it is Monopoly money.


    Margaret

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    Actually I meant the poem. But money can be heartwarming to. It does not buy you friends, but it certainly improves the class of your enemies.

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    We still have not got to the bottom (so to speak) o Colins tattoo

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    I thought it said MUM, maybe he likes UFOs and it stands for "Must unite Martians"


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    I will resist temptation, I really will.

    What on earth is going on in Delhi? top athletes and no one goes to see them, are they scared of bombes, are the ticket prices too high, did the organisers get things wrong again, what a shambles
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    I think a lot of it is down to bad organization. Add to that the unsanitary conditions the athletes were offered and terrorist activity in the recent past and it must have put a lot of people off. Yesterday it was announced that twenty British swimmers have come down with stomach bugs. Tests are being carried out at the practice pools.

    teddy

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