BBC Home

Explore the BBC


2nd September 2014
Accessibility help
Text only
606. 606 on Radio, TV, Web. The UK's biggest football debate.
Live Line: 0500 909 693 SMS Text: 85058 BBC Radio Five Live.BBC Sport.
Rant Line: 08700 100 500 Email: 606@bbc.co.uk

BBC Homepage
premiership section.
premiership section.


Contact Us


Like this page?
Send it to a friend!

 

or register to join or start a new discussion.

You are here > 606 message boards > Archive >

Discussion:

No Discussion Title

Messages  1 - 20 of 96

 
First | < Previous 1  2  3  4  5  Next > | Last
 

Message 1, Oct 21, 2005

This posting has been hidden during moderation because it broke the House Rules in some way.
       

Message 2, Oct 21, 2005

This posting has been hidden during moderation because it broke the House Rules in some way.

This is a reply to this message

       

Message 3 - posted by robrev (U1858097) , Oct 21, 2005

That is absolutely hilarious. I can't even begin to pick my favourite bit of that story!

This is a reply to this message

Complain about a message       

Message 4 - posted by 4everaspur (U2070670) , Oct 21, 2005

News update.. Hoyle has been released... Seems he is a plumber and is corgi regestered.

This is a reply to this message

Complain about a message       

Message 5 - posted by GIOVANIDOS BENTLEY (U1753388) , Oct 21, 2005

Well ive never heard a judge say


"Never before in my time at the bar or on the bench have I ever had to deal with somebody who voluntarily allowed himself to be buggered by a dog on the public highway. Frankly it is beyond most of our comprehension.


I used to live in Huddersfield and can categorically add ive never been raped by a dog on a public highway.

Im classier than that, you got to expect to at least get them a drink first, or a sausage then maybe back to mine for afters LMAO

Quoted message from Researcher 1942489




He might at least have asked what the dogs name was.

This is a reply to this message

Complain about a message       

Message 6 - posted by OMG!!! THIS IS THE ORIGINAL KLINGY USERNAME!! (U1591550) , Oct 21, 2005

That story is hysterical!! LMFAO laugh

This is a reply to this message

Complain about a message       

Message 7 - posted by robrev (U1858097) , Oct 21, 2005

No no i have found a favourite quote :

"somebody who voluntarily allowed himself to be buggered by a dog on the public highway"

I defy someone to find a funnier quote, on any subject, ever!

This is a reply to this message

Complain about a message       

Message 8 - posted by domingues'mazydribble (U1805782) , Oct 27, 2005

Well worth another read...

Utterly hilarious

This is a reply to this message

Complain about a message       

Message 9 - posted by it's much warmer down south (U1821776) , Oct 27, 2005

Hysterical biggrin How long though before some numpty gets it modded?

This is a reply to this message

Complain about a message       

Message 10, Oct 27, 2005

This posting has been hidden during moderation because it broke the House Rules in some way.

This is a reply to this message

       

Message 11 - posted by RobCat1980 (U2342573) , Oct 28, 2005

Genius quote "The dog pulled my trousers down"

This is a reply to this message

Complain about a message       

Message 12 - posted by Jimbo_Mcfish (U1929252) , Oct 28, 2005

Sheer brilliance, haven't laughed so much since the Armageddon sound file.

This is a reply to this message

Complain about a message       

Message 13 - posted by m149065 (U2373374) , Nov 1, 2005

Best shaggy dog story I have read.

This is a reply to this message

Complain about a message       

Message 14 - posted by theITguy (U2373414) , Nov 1, 2005

He must have been Terrier-fied......

Sorry - couldn't resist it.

This is a reply to this message

Complain about a message       

Message 15 - posted by OMG!!! THIS IS THE ORIGINAL KLINGY USERNAME!! (U1591550) , Nov 1, 2005

He must have been Terrier-fied......

Sorry - couldn't resist it.

Quoted message from theITguy




But he then thought "It's OK, His bark must be worse than his bite!!"

This is a reply to this message

Complain about a message       

Message 16 - posted by chucklebuttie (U1918426) , Nov 1, 2005

How low can one man go?

10 points for the first person to reply

"Chiauaua" (sp)

cb

This is a reply to this message

Complain about a message       

Message 17 - posted by the future's bright, the future's redcurrant (U1780537) , Nov 1, 2005

At least it wasn't a great dane. I suppose most premiership sides where used to it when Schmicael (sp?) was playing for manure...

This is a reply to this message

Complain about a message       

Message 18 - posted by doctorperry (U1016651) , Nov 1, 2005

Was it Stan Collymore ?

I recall he used to like dogging ?

I think the name itself is a giveaway!

This is a reply to this message

Complain about a message       

Message 19 - posted by gallowgategirl10 (U2374008) , Nov 1, 2005

So the guy got sent down but where's the dog??

This is a reply to this message

Complain about a message       

Message 20 - posted by 1smoothgroove (U2374190) , Nov 1, 2005

The dogs probably sold his story to the Daily sport

This is a reply to this message

Complain about a message       
First | < Previous 1  2  3  4  5  Next > | Last
Getting Involved help: How to reply to messagesThis link opens in a new popup window
Complain help: Alert us about a messageThis link opens in a new popup window
Online Safety help: Are you being safe online?This link opens in a new popup window

Messages  1 - 20 of 96

 



About the BBC | Help | Terms of Use | Privacy & Cookies Policy