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(, Thu 14 Oct 2004, 12:33, archived)
# you lucky
lucky barstard
/Life of brian
(, Thu 14 Oct 2004, 12:34, archived)
# could you make me a cuppa
since your up
(, Thu 14 Oct 2004, 12:35, archived)
# it's all soooo cool
and i can say that even though i did draw some of the stuff :)
(i drew that biscuit jar i did /proud)
(, Thu 14 Oct 2004, 12:38, archived)
# Does anybody (under the age of eighty)
actually have a biscuit jar?

And if not why not?
(, Thu 14 Oct 2004, 12:42, archived)
# actually, probably not.
I don't really need one though - i get biscuits, i eat them. Then i pay for them and leave the shop.
Imagine getting them home and havingthem just sitting there!
Madness i tell you.
(, Thu 14 Oct 2004, 12:44, archived)
# We've got a huge one
that says "Biscuits" on it, in case there as any doubt.
(, Thu 14 Oct 2004, 12:45, archived)
# you should keep your life savings in it
burglars would never look there
(, Thu 14 Oct 2004, 12:47, archived)
# my biscuits
are worth more than my life savings
therefore my brain just spazzed for five mins
(, Thu 14 Oct 2004, 12:52, archived)
# yes
(, Thu 14 Oct 2004, 12:49, archived)
# got any biscuits in?
/considers whether hunt you down and raid it
(, Thu 14 Oct 2004, 12:50, archived)
# We have a biscuit tin,
but we aspire to owning a biscuit jar.
(, Thu 14 Oct 2004, 13:14, archived)
# We have many tins
filling the entire bottom half of the cupboard.

Some contain biscuits, some contain tea, and some (just to be confusing) contain nothing at all.

It's a bit of a lottery what you're going to get, 'cos every time I open the cupboard, everything seems to be in a different tin.
(, Sat 16 Oct 2004, 22:40, archived)
# We have two
Which are full. And many, many boxes hidden in various places around the house.
(, Fri 15 Oct 2004, 13:00, archived)
# I have one.
In my room. It has 2 (two) packets of buscuits in it.
(, Sat 16 Oct 2004, 1:22, archived)
# ahh, i wish I had a biscuit jar
my packet of chocolate hob-nobs split in half the other day, resulting in a liberal sprinkling of hob-nobs around the kitchen. I had to wrap them in an ASDA bag I salvaged from the bin to stop them getting stale. Now if I had a biscuit tin... (sniff)
(, Tue 19 Oct 2004, 11:55, archived)
# I
spose the illustrations look alright...
(, Thu 14 Oct 2004, 13:07, archived)
# you spoil me
;)
(, Thu 14 Oct 2004, 13:18, archived)
# Sweet!
I envy and slightly resent you.
(, Thu 14 Oct 2004, 12:39, archived)
# Wow!
What's the book about?
(, Thu 14 Oct 2004, 12:41, archived)
# *snigger*
(, Thu 14 Oct 2004, 12:42, archived)
# Ahhhh... Apologies.
(, Thu 14 Oct 2004, 12:44, archived)
# I 've got a copy
*gloats*
It's funny. And the people that wrote it are very verrrry old b3ta people.
as in they were around when it started - not that their like, 80 years old or something.
(, Thu 14 Oct 2004, 12:47, archived)
# I hadn't realised a book had been written.
Should be good Christmas gift material.

So you've read it but not Amazon reviewed it? Tsk...
(, Thu 14 Oct 2004, 12:51, archived)
# nazi kungfu graverobbers
probably
(, Thu 14 Oct 2004, 12:44, archived)
# that's lovely!
wish we'd had one - just this minute run out.
(, Thu 14 Oct 2004, 12:42, archived)
# *pre-orders*
(, Thu 14 Oct 2004, 12:57, archived)