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Either you love 'em or you hate 'em. Or in the case of Fred West - both. Tell us your ankle-biter stories.

(, Thu 17 Apr 2008, 15:10)
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only in guildford
my mate told me that one saturday afternoon before a gig he was wandering around the centre bit when he overheard the following classic line from a 4 year old child, delivered in piercingly confident cut glass tones

"but mummy! ive spilt pesto on my gillet!!"

classic, even funnier once i'd looked up what a 'gillet' actually was....
(, Tue 22 Apr 2008, 14:11, 13 replies)
I've heard similar at the organic bakery near my hovel.
(, Tue 22 Apr 2008, 14:13, closed)
Reminds me of Peter Mandleson
On being parachuted into his safe Labour seat of Monkeyhanger, visited the local chippy, being a man of the people and all that.

PM points at the mushy peas and asks "is your guacamole organic"?

(, Tue 22 Apr 2008, 14:15, closed)
Sadly, that's something of an urban myth. Michael White did a series on political myths a couple of months ago on Radio 4 that put that one to bed...
(, Tue 22 Apr 2008, 14:19, closed)
I don't care, it's too plausible not to be repeated as often as possible.

Besides, anyone who used to have a moustache like his deserves birching.
(, Tue 22 Apr 2008, 14:30, closed)
Nooooooooooooo! Damn you Enzyme!
Thats my favourite story about that gormless twat, I won't have my myths dispelled *furiously reads Daily Mail*
(, Tue 22 Apr 2008, 14:35, closed)
Oh, shit. I've been damned. There goes the sainthood...
(, Tue 22 Apr 2008, 14:38, closed)
^ no, keep it
St. Enzyme of the Rock Cake: patron saint of the middle classes
(, Tue 22 Apr 2008, 14:40, closed)
That's St Magnolia, as any fule kno.

(I'm gradually replacing the moccha/ magnolia in my house. My dining-room is bright orange now. It's ace.)
(, Tue 22 Apr 2008, 14:54, closed)
^ eugh, St. Magnolia
was martyred on a paint roller.

When my flatmate moves out, my hallway is going to be white, the stairway will be white and the landing will be white...

...except for the wall near the top of the stairs which will be a teal-y blue and will feature rather lovely photos from my rather copious travels. I actually wanted atlas wallpaper for that wall but it's too expensive.
(, Tue 22 Apr 2008, 14:56, closed)
Go on then
What's a gillet? Are you sure you spelled that right? Google's got nothing.
(, Tue 22 Apr 2008, 22:25, closed)
A gillet
often pronounced "jee-lay" rather than "gill-ett" is a sleeveless jacket. Once they were called body-warmers.
(, Tue 22 Apr 2008, 22:50, closed)
"as any fule kno."
Fair warms me cockles, it does, to see Molesworth being quoted in this esteemed board.
(, Wed 23 Apr 2008, 0:07, closed)
should i worry?
my 2 year old son loves pesto, and his red gillet. i sense disparagement in my future!
(, Wed 23 Apr 2008, 12:03, closed)

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