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Re: innuendo bingo

Postby Mandrake » Sep 5th, '12, 16:44



Now you know why those extended Bank Holiday weekends are so much fun!

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Re: innuendo bingo

Postby Aza » Sep 7th, '12, 09:46

Heckler wrote: It's just the right length


Sorry Heckler!!!

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Re: innuendo bingo

Postby Heckler » Sep 7th, '12, 14:11

Doesn't really count but I just got an ad for Robert Smith's Closure with the following line in it:

YOUR HANDS NEVER GO NEAR YOUR NECK UNTIL AFTER SHE REVEALS HER OWN RING


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Re: innuendo bingo

Postby Aza » Sep 7th, '12, 14:13

Heckler wrote:Doesn't really count but I just got an ad for Robert Smith's Closure with the following line in it:

YOUR HANDS NEVER GO NEAR YOUR NECK UNTIL AFTER SHE REVEALS HER OWN RING


So does count!! :lol:

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Re: innuendo bingo

Postby A J Irving » Sep 11th, '12, 10:04

Mr_Grue wrote:I'd like to bone up a little on it.


I'll just put this here...

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Re: innuendo bingo

Postby Lenoir » Sep 26th, '12, 20:18

DrTodd wrote:Kieran's piece looks very nice.


Steady.

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Re: innuendo bingo

Postby Mandrake » Oct 1st, '12, 11:57

Stephen Ward wrote:
(mines a large one!)


So we've heard..... :twisted:

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Re: innuendo bingo

Postby Heckler » Oct 8th, '12, 11:13

The4thCircle wrote:What on earth is the ring for?


A couple of suggestions spring to mind.....

Sorry Stacy......

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Re: innuendo bingo

Postby Lawrence » Oct 9th, '12, 12:47

Alfred Borden wrote:Lawrence offers a fantastic product and service

True story!

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Re: innuendo bingo

Postby Heckler » Oct 10th, '12, 06:13

From the Advertising blurb for Dan Hauss's Growing Ring....

where a previously examined men's ring grows to three times its original size right before the spectator's eyes.


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Re: innuendo bingo

Postby The4thCircle » Oct 11th, '12, 20:43

Heckler wrote:From the Advertising blurb for Dan Hauss's Growing Ring....

where a previously examined men's ring grows to three times its original size right before the spectator's eyes.


Someone tricked me into visiting that website too...

- Stacy

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Re: innuendo bingo

Postby Lady of Mystery » Oct 17th, '12, 10:27

jim ferguson wrote:length isn't an issue unless the difference is extreme. If you use Michael Ammars third fold you can just change the sizer


I'm not sure that Michael would be too pleased with that idea...

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Re: innuendo bingo

Postby Mandrake » Oct 22nd, '12, 09:17

Jordan C wrote:My one is so used and abused that it has split


Only back five minutes and already he's at it...... :wink:

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Re: innuendo bingo

Postby Alfred Borden » Oct 24th, '12, 12:17

How has this been missed...

Rob wrote:Were you using a cocktail stick, or your fingers?
:D

seymourmagic wrote:fingers mostly then tried tweezers
:shock:


Rob wrote:Try starting using your fingers and then, when you get to the half way mark, switch to using a cocktail stick.



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Re: innuendo bingo

Postby Aza » Oct 25th, '12, 08:03

Lee Smith wrote:Nearly everything I do is in the hands.


Sorry Lee but this made me laugh..... :lol:

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