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» Expensive Weekends

Thing is...
...when I first met Mr Livingstone, he thought really hard about things, and never gave an answer without some serious pondering.

After he was shrunk by that mystic shaman from Papua New Guinea though, he couldn't be arsed with all that any more.

He's an Ex-pensive wee Ken
(Thu 13th May 2010, 18:55, More)

» Pointless Experiments

Hot Hot!
On the way home in the car once, I pressed the cigarette lighter in, left it for a bit, and then pulled it out.

At this point I decided to see how hot it was by putting my finger on the end of it.

Didn't half smell. Got some quality pus out of it a few days later, mind.
(Tue 29th Jul 2008, 23:46, More)

» I don't understand the attraction

This isn't going to be a piece of shameless iconoclasty, so apologies if you're reading this expecting a rant.

I've heard it said, by a dj I'm extremely fond of,

"If you don't like Abba, you don't like music." Can't agree with this, I'm afraid.

I can appreciate the songwriting of Abba; the melodies are full of hooks, the harmonies simple but effective, and they've certainly produced some floorfillers. But despite this, and the depth provided by the complicated relationships within the band, they leave me completely cold. I can't explain it, friends have tried to get me to like them, but it doesn't work.

Mrs Milky wants me to watch Mamma Mia, but I expect I'll just nod off or something.
(Sat 17th Oct 2009, 11:08, More)

» The most childish thing you've done as an adult

The Peugeot Game
Inspired by the Yellow Car post below - so here goes.

A few years back, Mrs Milky noticed that the front of a Peugeot 407 looks a bit like someone with their mouth wide open. She demonstrated this to me by opening her mouth wide and making a sort of "ngggg" sound (basically by closing off her throat). She sounded a bit like Tidyup from Stoppit and Tidyup.

We both found this so funny, that for a good 6 months afterwards, every time a "wide-mouthed Peugeot" came past us in the car, we would repeat the self same "ngggg" sound.

We don't do it as much now. Which is a shame.
(Sat 19th Sep 2009, 23:09, More)

» Puns

I went to the opticians the other day...
...and the guy who was testing my eyes kept making puns.

They got cornea and cornea.
(Sun 8th Mar 2009, 22:26, More)
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