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madferit08
08-03-2012, 20:24
Jacks dad is a director for my company. I knew that this guy was visiting our commercial dept today, but I didn't know that he was his da! Anyway, I seen Jack in the Daily Mail a few weeks ago lying on the beach with his son 'Archie'. That struck a chord with me as my son is called Archie - 3 year old. So I says to our director, 'I hear your son plays a bit of footy and that you have a grand son called Archie - I know - he must have Thought I was a mad stalker, but u explained the daily mail story to him and he was well chatting after that - I know cool story bro - future England star and all that!

RFC_Falkirk
08-03-2012, 20:25
OK. Thanks for that.

1988Ger
08-03-2012, 20:25
Jacks dad is a director for my company. I knew that this guy was visiting our commercial dept today, but I didn't know that he was his da! Anyway, I seen Jack in the Daily Mail a few weeks ago lying on the beach with his son 'Archie'. That struck a chord with me as my son is called Archie - 3 year old. So I says to our director, 'I hear your son plays a bit of footy and that you have a grand son called Archie - I know - he must have Thought I was a mad stalker, but u explained the daily mail story to him and he was well chatting after that - I know cool story bro - future England star and all that!

Terrible story bro :D

bluetwo15
08-03-2012, 20:26
Its official I cant understand what any one says any more...!!!

BigJig
08-03-2012, 20:27
jesus wept...

ScottishBear
08-03-2012, 20:27
Its official I cant understand what any one says any more...!!!

Thank **** I thought it was just me :confused:

AA
08-03-2012, 20:27
In the name ae the wee man.

ssblue
08-03-2012, 20:29
Is this one of these word puzzles where you rearrange all the words to make a story?

realger34
08-03-2012, 20:30
You should have ended that with, And i took Jacks maw in the store room and pumped the life oot her.

That's a cool story mate.

South_Ayrshire_Loyal
08-03-2012, 20:30
Jacks dad is a director for my company. I knew that this guy was visiting our commercial dept today, but I didn't know that he was his da! Anyway, I seen Jack in the Daily Mail a few weeks ago lying on the beach with his son 'Archie'. That struck a chord with me as my son is called Archie - 3 year old. So I says to our director, 'I hear your son plays a bit of footy and that you have a grand son called Archie - I know - he must have Thought I was a mad stalker, but u explained the daily mail story to him and he was well chatting after that - I know cool story bro - future England star and all that!

that must be the most boring story i have ever read on here, thanks for that :(

AA
08-03-2012, 20:30
Jack Wilshire's auld man is a director for fruitcake inc? You learn something new everyday, eh!

agcooper
08-03-2012, 20:30
what does your company do?

thomyorke_legend1
08-03-2012, 20:30
Jack Wilshire has a kid? He's just a kid himself.

codeblue
08-03-2012, 20:31
what are you all doing in my front room?

HHSS
08-03-2012, 20:31
Did you hit the post reply button before you finished typing?

sjc_tb
08-03-2012, 20:32
Wow..........

solidair1
08-03-2012, 20:32
"I recognise all of those words...but not in that order."

realger34
08-03-2012, 20:32
Jack Wilshire has a kid? He's just a kid himself.

Half of the kids in Scotland have kids.

ady mac
08-03-2012, 20:32
any pic of jacks ma in the scud:roll::roll::roll::roll:

kingb
08-03-2012, 20:32
Are you on twitter or Facebook so I can add you. Totally awesome story.

kpswannie
08-03-2012, 20:32
Jacks dad is a director for my company. I knew that this guy was visiting our commercial dept today, but I didn't know that he was his da! Anyway, I seen Jack in the Daily Mail a few weeks ago lying on the beach with his son 'Archie'. That struck a chord with me as my son is called Archie - 3 year old. So I says to our director, 'I hear your son plays a bit of footy and that you have a grand son called Archie - I know - he must have Thought I was a mad stalker, but u explained the daily mail story to him and he was well chatting after that - I know cool story bro - future England star and all that!


Thanks for that mate , thats all my fears about The Rangers washed away now :blink:

I will sleep soundly tonight for the 1st time in 3 weeks :blink:

am proud 2 b blue
08-03-2012, 20:32
Jacks dad is a director for my company. I knew that this guy was visiting our commercial dept today, but I didn't know that he was his da! Anyway, I seen Jack in the Daily Mail a few weeks ago lying on the beach with his son 'Archie'. That struck a chord with me as my son is called Archie - 3 year old. So I says to our director, 'I hear your son plays a bit of footy and that you have a grand son called Archie - I know - he must have Thought I was a mad stalker, but u explained the daily mail story to him and he was well chatting after that - I know cool story bro - future England star and all that!

should have added "had to be there I suppose"

this is getting to us all mate:D

PRW
08-03-2012, 20:33
I'm in tears here.

div_mc_rfc
08-03-2012, 20:33
Lost track after the first sentence

SheffieldGer
08-03-2012, 20:33
jesus christ on bike.

weebear
08-03-2012, 20:34
I was only contemplating suicide before i came into this thread, now i'm getting the will out.

Manticore
08-03-2012, 20:34
Worst thread ever.

GirvanLighthouse
08-03-2012, 20:34
To the bridge To the bridge - juuuuuuuuuuuuuump !!!! :)

Blue&White-Army
08-03-2012, 20:34
Last week I was at work and I done stuff.

TheWorks
08-03-2012, 20:34
This is going well.

Tomato Plant
08-03-2012, 20:35
please dont post again

AA
08-03-2012, 20:36
You know you've struck gold when you see "30 views, 29 replies".

JTB
08-03-2012, 20:36
Get this **** hair out of my soup.......thanks.

RonBurgundy74
08-03-2012, 20:37
http://assets.sbnation.com/assets/843606/rob.gif

Halfwaythere
08-03-2012, 20:37
Jacks dad is a director for my company. I knew that this guy was visiting our commercial dept today, but I didn't know that he was his da! Anyway, I seen Jack in the Daily Mail a few weeks ago lying on the beach with his son 'Archie'. That struck a chord with me as my son is called Archie - 3 year old. So I says to our director, 'I hear your son plays a bit of footy and that you have a grand son called Archie - I know - he must have Thought I was a mad stalker, but u explained the daily mail story to him and he was well chatting after that - I know cool story bro - future England star and all that!

At another time you would be mildly slagged for your cool bro story, but these are hard times and people are on a short fuse buddy.

Wisny me
08-03-2012, 20:38
This thread has led to my self actualisation.

Thank you OP!

swifty
08-03-2012, 20:38
Pissing myself laughing. It's that bad a story but it's probably one of the funniest things I've read in a while.

:D

weebear
08-03-2012, 20:39
I want to die.

ayr__loyal
08-03-2012, 20:39
Do you want me to design a logo for your company?

Young Citizen
08-03-2012, 20:40
I have been depressed for over 2 weeks now but after reading this story it has cheered me right up.
Cool story bro.

bbro
08-03-2012, 20:40
who's jack wilshere?

almeyda
08-03-2012, 20:40
Is this one of these word puzzles where you rearrange all the words to make a story?

Actual lol

AA
08-03-2012, 20:41
Sorry, couldn't resist.

http://i43.tinypic.com/17eddz.gif

business_bear
08-03-2012, 20:42
Why bother?

Gardy Loyal
08-03-2012, 20:44
Absolutely pishing myself at this.

The OP will probably jizz in his pants at this but Jack Wiltshire done a question time on Twitter and when asked he said that Rangers were his Scottish team.

Future England star likes Rangers!! :eek::eek::eek:

:D

Can't believe he felt compelled to tell that story to FF :)

Jim Baxter is legend
08-03-2012, 20:45
good story, do you have any stories about going for a sh.it and forgetting to wipe your ar.se properly?

ken_RFC
08-03-2012, 20:47
Jack & the beanstalk it certainly was not!

EKTed
08-03-2012, 20:48
Its defo the pics /gifs that make threads like this great

div_ger08
08-03-2012, 20:48
**** about why would anyone not excpect pelters for this

malc1659
08-03-2012, 20:51
Going to have to read some Sunday Post letters to get my sanity back, ***.

Halfwaythere
08-03-2012, 20:52
good story, do you have any stories about going for a sh.it and forgetting to wipe your ar.se properly?

Do you dot your arse and shits all the time?

bluedemon
08-03-2012, 20:53
that must be the most boring story i have ever read on here, thanks for that :(

Into the Lounge!!!! .... along with all other failed scribes of fiction.

jwrfc1690
08-03-2012, 20:54
what a load of p!sh

coplandfront156
08-03-2012, 20:54
Wish I worked with you bro thats a cool story

GF4
08-03-2012, 20:54
We're all a bit stressed oot but, that could just be the boards first full blown mental breakdown.

dalegoalie
08-03-2012, 20:55
I would like to see you lot do better with your second language.

bluedemon
08-03-2012, 20:56
http://www.archives.gov.on.ca/english/on-line-exhibits/aird/pics/18989_insane_hospital_520.jpg

Truebluethruandthru
08-03-2012, 20:56
can someone decode that nonsense for me?

.:nsk:.madbadger
08-03-2012, 20:56
Finally you can die happy....

scottyboy1984
08-03-2012, 20:57
http://img708.imageshack.us/img708/1232/coolstorybro13122180033.jpg (http://imageshack.us/photo/my-images/708/coolstorybro13122180033.jpg/)

Uploaded with ImageShack.us (http://imageshack.us)

Tomato Plant
08-03-2012, 20:57
madferit08 is actually the new Messiah...

Kirbys House
08-03-2012, 20:58
Going to have to read some Sunday Post letters to get my sanity back, ***.

A Sunday Post slant on it would be mildy more entertaining.


but I didn't know that he was his da! Imagine my surprise when...

jaymuz7
08-03-2012, 20:59
What has your Mother done to deserve you:confused:

buster79
08-03-2012, 21:01
Cheers m8 this thread has brought a smile to my face. :-)

rabkebab
08-03-2012, 21:01
The OP has gone quiet!

princessofgovan
08-03-2012, 21:01
Almost as good as the Roy Carroll saves a penalty thread from a few weeks back.

RonBurgundy74
08-03-2012, 21:03
madferit08 is actually the new Messiah...

http://t2.gstatic.com/images?q=tbn:ANd9GcSJSXdzbj75mldAvfHUGebTwI5o0ucf1 wS0ELJ4I8u69i2GgwCR

Halfwaythere
08-03-2012, 21:04
madferit08 is actually the new Messiah...

You have changed your tune, ten minutes ago you told him not to post again.

You Can't Beat a Good Cool Bro Story Loyal.

weebear
08-03-2012, 21:06
What worries me is Craig Whyte might have been going to do a 'the truth the whole truth and nothing but the truth' thread. But started reading this thread and thought f@ck it no c@nt is interested.

MrBrownstone
08-03-2012, 21:06
http://i690.photobucket.com/albums/vv262/Rock_N_Roll_100/haha.gif

Biggus Dickus
08-03-2012, 21:06
http://i613.photobucket.com/albums/tt211/iscanderro/dumb_dumber.jpg

Sam_English
08-03-2012, 21:08
Can i get your autograph mister.

ao
08-03-2012, 21:08
what does your company do?

Makes straight jackets by the sound of it.

gersmithy
08-03-2012, 21:09
Thats a amazing story :D

iluvthegers
08-03-2012, 21:10
*** !!
No offence intended but ...........

realger34
08-03-2012, 21:11
http://wigsf3.files.wordpress.com/2011/08/blackadder-tits.png

DBear
08-03-2012, 21:12
http://static.fjcdn.com/gifs/Mortar_65d902_2113886.gif

mookie
08-03-2012, 21:13
By pure chance - the funniest thread in 2 weeks!

Tomato Plant
08-03-2012, 21:15
You have changed your tune, ten minutes ago you told him not to post again.

You Can't Beat a Good Cool Bro Story Loyal.

I think I might be indecisive

lofty450
08-03-2012, 21:16
Its official I cant understand what any one says any more...!!!

lol me too!:blink:

sh3lldon
08-03-2012, 21:18
so is jack keen to join rangers?

Its-Sebo
08-03-2012, 21:19
Whaaaat.

Is there another half to this story?

Gerdownthere
08-03-2012, 21:19
Jacks dad is a director for my company. I knew that this guy was visiting our commercial dept today, but I didn't know that he was his da! Anyway, I seen Jack in the Daily Mail a few weeks ago lying on the beach with his son 'Archie'. That struck a chord with me as my son is called Archie - 3 year old. So I says to our director, 'I hear your son plays a bit of footy and that you have a grand son called Archie - I know - he must have Thought I was a mad stalker, but u explained the daily mail story to him and he was well chatting after that - I know cool story bro - future England star and all that!


have the movie rights to this epic tale been snapped up yet mate?

rfcrick
08-03-2012, 21:20
Read it twice and still havent a clue what you r on about!

SuperAldo83
08-03-2012, 21:23
This thread is magic. The OP is so mental it's funny in it's own right but the replies make it hilarious!

Might be a cool story bro, but I can't figure out what it says!

Good to come on here and get cheered up for a wee change, not happened in a while sadly.

weebear
08-03-2012, 21:27
have the movie rights to this epic tale been snapped up yet mate?

Benjamin Button type movie with Robert Carlyle and Ray Winston as the two wee Archie's :D

Andy Weir
08-03-2012, 21:30
http://images.t-nation.com/forum_images/f/0/f079e_ORIG-cool_story_bro9.jpg

Souness86
08-03-2012, 21:31
How un-interesting. Zzzzzzz

Teddyjohn
08-03-2012, 21:32
http://img708.imageshack.us/img708/1232/coolstorybro13122180033.jpg (http://imageshack.us/photo/my-images/708/coolstorybro13122180033.jpg/)

Uploaded with ImageShack.us (http://imageshack.us)

That really made me laugh out loud there:)

Halfwaythere
08-03-2012, 21:37
have the movie rights to this epic tale been snapped up yet mate?


Who would you cast in this epic movie? A heartwarming tale of an honest shop floor workers relationship with his high flying director. A story of intrigue, humour and good old fashioned British family values.

Madferit08 ; Robert Carlyle
Jack Wilshire; Jude Law
Mr Wilshire; Sir Michael Caine
Archie Madferit08; Jimmy Krankie
Archie Wilshire; Jimmy Krankie
Newspaper Vendor Selling Daily Mail; Craig Whyte

Strickland Banks
08-03-2012, 21:39
you must be related to this guy mate :)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jizgVHcumnc&feature=youtube_gdata_player




 
 
 
 
 

wee-sparky24
08-03-2012, 21:41
Unbelievable that story must have kept people talking for hours

blutoe
08-03-2012, 21:42
Is this really what goes on inside the head of a dullard? Could it be cured by electric shock?

le-guens-onze
08-03-2012, 21:45
Its official I cant understand what any one says any more...!!!

Superb response haha.

Andy Weir
08-03-2012, 21:46
Some times I wake up and for the whole day I'll have this gap in my mind and contentment that just can't be filled by any amount of hookers, crack, FIFA12 or making jokes abut Kony. It's an itch I just can't scratch! I often go to sleep in tears whilst my girlfriend consoles me telling me 'it'll be okay, something will brighten you up soon'. I've often longed for that epic thing to get me out of bed in the morning and give me the will to go on.

Well today, madferit08, you have completed me. I can't begin to thank you enough. Your story has given me a new life and I will be passing this on through the generations of my bastard offspring.

Take care,

Andy

Gorbals_Loyal
08-03-2012, 21:52
http://i41.tinypic.com/11afrds.jpg http://i40.tinypic.com/w5qhu.jpg

atj1978
08-03-2012, 22:12
My favourite colour is ham.

ao
08-03-2012, 22:17
http://www.archives.gov.on.ca/english/on-line-exhibits/aird/pics/18989_insane_hospital_520.jpg

That's brilliant :)

GioLoyal
08-03-2012, 22:18
This.

This is not a good thread.

SuperAldo83
08-03-2012, 22:18
Is the OP the weather man from Anchorman?

'where did you get your suits from? The toilet store?'

redstripe
08-03-2012, 22:20
Almost as good as the Roy Carroll saves a penalty thread from a few weeks back.

Remember that one well. Happier times.......Happier times.....

jamboy
08-03-2012, 22:20
Nothing cool about that lol

the prodfather2
08-03-2012, 22:22
i actually thought you were going to tell something decent towards the end

Titch132uk
08-03-2012, 22:22
Cracking story! Just called the Mrs at work and told her! She's told all her work mates too!

sinko
08-03-2012, 22:22
Wilshire will prove to be a far better midfielder than Gerrard or Lampard, he'll be the outstanding English midfielder of his generation so long as he stops getting into trouble and steers clear of injury.

Halfwaythere
08-03-2012, 22:23
Wilshire will prove to be a far better midfielder than Gerrard or Lampard, he'll be the outstanding English midfielder of his generation so long as he stops getting into trouble and steers clear of injury.

What about wee Archie?

derek5287
08-03-2012, 22:28
Ive just text all my mates to tell them this story, inspiring. At 10p a text, it will cost a bit but well worth it.

I was going to tell a story about how today i woke up, went to work, had lunch, finished work, had dinner, watched the game and then went to bed...but it has nothing of the exciting of your story about...eh...eh...whats your story about?!

joan
08-03-2012, 22:31
Mr Logic springs to mind.Lots of words making no sense.

Mr Logic: I shall commence by pointing out to you that my demeanour is not one which could be described as nonsensical. Consequently I can attest you have no cause to reprimand me on your first point. On to your second point: Bearing in mind the potentially lethal situation in which I find myself, to wit: your presence in conjunction with the presumably loaded firearm which is presently levelled at my cranium, I will comply with your request comprehensively, albeit reluctantly. Here, twenty-seven pence.

Armed Robber: Twenty-seven pence? **** off. There's more than that in the till.

Mr Logic: Indeed, undoubtedly so. However your request was for *my* money. The currency in the till belongs to a third party and is therefore not "my money". However, if you are still desirous of said money I would suggest that you re-phrase your original statement to recognise and incorporate this important distinction.

In a similar episode, Mr Logic visits a post office and asks if they sell postage stamps. When the woman working there answers, "Of course, how many would you like?", Mr Logic corrects her by informing her that he only wants to know if they sell stamps, and that a purchase does not have to follow. He then proceeds with telling her that he does "at present require a First Class stamp."
He lives at the Fulchester Community Housing For The Differently Tempered, and has had various housemates, all of whom have had severe anger management problems. For instance, one of his housemates threatened to "break every bone in [his] body", causing Mr. Logic to point out that given the number of bones in the Human body, it would be impossible for the housemate to carry out his threat. The housemate then proceeded to prove him wrong.

Thought to be based on the eldest of the founding Donald brothers.

BearLoyal
08-03-2012, 22:33
You Sir are either a comic genius or just mental.

BlueNotWhyte
08-03-2012, 22:33
Jacks dad is a director for my company. I knew that this guy was visiting our commercial dept today, but I didn't know that he was his da! Anyway, I seen Jack in the Daily Mail a few weeks ago lying on the beach with his son 'Archie'. That struck a chord with me as my son is called Archie - 3 year old. So I says to our director, 'I hear your son plays a bit of footy and that you have a grand son called Archie - I know - he must have Thought I was a mad stalker, but u explained the daily mail story to him and he was well chatting after that - I know cool story bro - future England star and all that!


http://oi42.tinypic.com/30siqaf.jpg

FAC
08-03-2012, 22:34
By Christ I needed cheering up - job done midway through page 1, actually laughing out loud!

Is this part of Whyte's plan?

ayr__loyal
08-03-2012, 22:36
Is this for real?

business_bear
08-03-2012, 22:38
Forget it, stupid idea.

Tomato Plant
08-03-2012, 22:40
Admin: He deserves a Jack Wilshere Avatar for this surely?

cp1872
08-03-2012, 22:58
Hahahahahahaahhaha

Fud

JimmyBuffetloyal
08-03-2012, 22:59
So Jack's Da turns up at your work ,you guess its him,ask him,tell him you know he has a grandson blahblah and what ? Did your boss sack you

uml
08-03-2012, 23:04
what are you all doing in my front room?

That is very funny

be11y
08-03-2012, 23:10
Is this one of these word puzzles where you rearrange all the words to make a story?

I think it's like one of those 'magic eye' pictures - if you stare at the words for long enough, you will eventually start to see something that makes sense beginning to emerge.

loud strop
08-03-2012, 23:13
Wait till Dad tells Jack that story he's going to be in bits, wish I could be a fly on the wall, thanks for sharing.

Sideys31
08-03-2012, 23:15
****in' stroll on.

What was that all about?!

Stewie1873
08-03-2012, 23:17
10 minutes of my life i'm never getting back.

barnflat
08-03-2012, 23:20
Jacks dad is a director for my company. I knew that this guy was visiting our commercial dept today, but I didn't know that he was his da! Anyway, I seen Jack in the Daily Mail a few weeks ago lying on the beach with his son 'Archie'. That struck a chord with me as my son is called Archie - 3 year old. So I says to our director, 'I hear your son plays a bit of footy and that you have a grand son called Archie - I know - he must have Thought I was a mad stalker, but u explained the daily mail story to him and he was well chatting after that - I know cool story bro - future England star and all that!Get tae yir bed!

SurreyBear73
08-03-2012, 23:26
You owe me 30 seconds of my life back OP

BigThommo19
08-03-2012, 23:28
worst story ever

mookie
08-03-2012, 23:32
Who would you cast in this epic movie? A heartwarming tale of an honest shop floor workers relationship with his high flying director. A story of intrigue, humour and good old fashioned British family values.

Madferit08 ; Robert Carlyle
Jack Wilshire; Jude Law
Mr Wilshire; Sir Michael Caine
Archie Madferit08; Jimmy Krankie
Archie Wilshire; Jimmy Krankie
Newspaper Vendor Selling Daily Mail; Craig Whyte

Superb! :D

agcooper
08-03-2012, 23:37
Makes straight jackets by the sound of it.

I thought if we could get him to remember that we may be able to jog something :D

its been a long month for us all right enough

Steve A Stevens
08-03-2012, 23:39
http://i1.kym-cdn.com/photos/images/original/000/251/356/166.png

>>>>>>> W.T.F???

Idioteque
08-03-2012, 23:42
Jacks dad is a director for my company. I knew that this guy was visiting our commercial dept today, but I didn't know that he was his da! Anyway, I seen Jack in the Daily Mail a few weeks ago lying on the beach with his son 'Archie'. That struck a chord with me as my son is called Archie - 3 year old. So I says to our director, 'I hear your son plays a bit of footy and that you have a grand son called Archie - I know - he must have Thought I was a mad stalker, but u explained the daily mail story to him and he was well chatting after that - I know cool story bro - future England star and all that!

http://pull.imgfave.netdna-cdn.com/image_cache/132683893041090.gif

Aliba
08-03-2012, 23:46
Holy ****

LostThePlot Loyal

Halfwaythere
08-03-2012, 23:46
http://i1.kym-cdn.com/photos/images/original/000/251/356/166.png

>>>>>>> W.T.F???

Some of these photos with captions are worse than the cool story.

Captain_Buns
08-03-2012, 23:51
Jacks dad is a director for my company. I knew that this guy was visiting our commercial dept today, but I didn't know that he was his da! Anyway, I seen Jack in the Daily Mail a few weeks ago lying on the beach with his son 'Archie'. That struck a chord with me as my son is called Archie - 3 year old. So I says to our director, 'I hear your son plays a bit of footy and that you have a grand son called Archie - I know - he must have Thought I was a mad stalker, but u explained the daily mail story to him and he was well chatting after that - I know cool story bro - future England star and all that!

http://files.myopera.com/AndreRodrigues/albums/2963741/thumbs/cool_story_bro.png_thumb.jpg
http://i16.photobucket.com/albums/b34/Andra1/FailFile/Thread-Crap-ComicBookGuy.jpg

blue wonder
08-03-2012, 23:53
what the ****!!!!:confused:

Totaalvoetbal
09-03-2012, 00:43
Good for you mate, enjoy yourself.

alfonsbear
09-03-2012, 00:54
well done guys. cheered me up no end.

W.A.T.P 72
09-03-2012, 01:00
I opened the thread expecting something great and what I got was a big let down, terrible story mate :)

T_S_A_R
09-03-2012, 01:30
shite story but i didn't know wilshire had a wean.

his missus has clearly shafted him. just when he should be dumping the high school sweetheart for some tart out a girl band she pulls the goalie and she's famous by proxy and loaded for life.

silly boy.

prso1
09-03-2012, 01:37
...............................................

johnny fontane
09-03-2012, 07:15
I liked the bit where he spoke to the other guy.

ready
09-03-2012, 07:19
Are we now broadcasting Limmy's show???

..Obi-Wan..
09-03-2012, 07:40
what does your company do?

Fencing and stuff I think

Bruce Lee
09-03-2012, 07:55
What a lucky guy. Things like that never happen to me. I understand why you came on here to tell everyone. So jealous...

stevogf7
09-03-2012, 07:58
kthnxbai....

Young Citizen
09-03-2012, 08:08
This is your brain on drugs.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N6NL41bREHo

shawsbear
09-03-2012, 08:13
Can,t wait for the next episode:mad:

blueblood.10
09-03-2012, 08:19
http://i44.tinypic.com/2zsny94.jpg

This thread has cheered me up big time:)

weemic
09-03-2012, 08:23
Gee the guy a break. Funny funny thread. Should be renamed to Jack Wilshires dad.

JohnBrownLoyal
09-03-2012, 08:59
Jacks dad is a director for my company. I knew that this guy was visiting our commercial dept today, but I didn't know that he was his da! Anyway, I seen Jack in the Daily Mail a few weeks ago lying on the beach with his son 'Archie'. That struck a chord with me as my son is called Archie - 3 year old. So I says to our director, 'I hear your son plays a bit of footy and that you have a grand son called Archie - I know - he must have Thought I was a mad stalker, but u explained the daily mail story to him and he was well chatting after that - I know cool story bro - future England star and all that!

This story makes me believe in Jesus again.

Thank you

ao
09-03-2012, 09:50
Here's a short film taken of the op shortly after this thread was submitted:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hnzHtm1jhL4

macaloon9
09-03-2012, 09:52
Seriously?

I mean, seriously?

mildmannered janitor
09-03-2012, 10:05
That is some heavy zen stuff.

I'm going to print that out and stick it to my fridge so I remember the big things in life.

weebear
09-03-2012, 10:11
Massive thanks to the OP, they say laughter is the best cure. I was down and hurting but this has raised my spirits, that and the thread about the Tax man maybe agreeing a deal with us.

ba54gra
09-03-2012, 10:37
Mr Logic springs to mind.Lots of words making no sense.

Mr Logic: I shall commence by pointing out to you that my demeanour is not one which could be described as nonsensical. Consequently I can attest you have no cause to reprimand me on your first point. On to your second point: Bearing in mind the potentially lethal situation in which I find myself, to wit: your presence in conjunction with the presumably loaded firearm which is presently levelled at my cranium, I will comply with your request comprehensively, albeit reluctantly. Here, twenty-seven pence.

Armed Robber: Twenty-seven pence? **** off. There's more than that in the till.

Mr Logic: Indeed, undoubtedly so. However your request was for *my* money. The currency in the till belongs to a third party and is therefore not "my money". However, if you are still desirous of said money I would suggest that you re-phrase your original statement to recognise and incorporate this important distinction.

In a similar episode, Mr Logic visits a post office and asks if they sell postage stamps. When the woman working there answers, "Of course, how many would you like?", Mr Logic corrects her by informing her that he only wants to know if they sell stamps, and that a purchase does not have to follow. He then proceeds with telling her that he does "at present require a First Class stamp."
He lives at the Fulchester Community Housing For The Differently Tempered, and has had various housemates, all of whom have had severe anger management problems. For instance, one of his housemates threatened to "break every bone in [his] body", causing Mr. Logic to point out that given the number of bones in the Human body, it would be impossible for the housemate to carry out his threat. The housemate then proceeded to prove him wrong.

Thought to be based on the eldest of the founding Donald brothers.

brilliant :D:D:D

Wishy
09-03-2012, 10:44
One of the very few times I've laughed recently.
Please post again and tell us what he had in the canteen.

Rabriguez
09-03-2012, 10:59
Really enjoyed that. Along with all of this mornings breaking news that has put a real smie on my face. Someone on the internet knows someone famous' dad.

geefraser
09-03-2012, 16:42
Its official I cant understand what any one says any more...!!!

Brilliant mate I nearly choked laughing at that

Mrs_Prso
09-03-2012, 16:55
I love this thread so much it's unbelievable.

Peeing myself with laughter :D

redstripe
09-03-2012, 17:00
I liked the bit where he spoke to the other guy.

It was the shock double Archie twist at the end that was my favourite bit. Never seen that one coming! :D

ianb11
09-03-2012, 17:04
Oh dear............

integra_john
09-03-2012, 17:31
My anticipation kept building for the punch line of the story, as the lines to be read disappeared I kept thinking here it comes finally the bit I have been waiting for.


I am still waiting :mad:

Mostin
09-03-2012, 17:35
I feel as if I've been mugged :(