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Punch the Horse October Fest

01 Oct 03 - 09:48 AM (#1027196)
Subject: Punch the Horse October Fest
From: smallpiper

well its time to move on and all. Whats the news about pth in october then bhouys?


01 Oct 03 - 11:16 AM (#1027275)
Subject: RE: Punch the Horse October Fest
From: Les from Hull

Actually it's Ocotber the FIRST. But then this is a music site not a spelling site.


01 Oct 03 - 11:19 AM (#1027278)
Subject: RE: Punch the Horse October Fest
From: KJ

Bloody hell, I forgot 'twas October, shit only 5 weeks until my first assignment is due!!!


01 Oct 03 - 12:05 PM (#1027322)
Subject: RE: Punch the Horse October Fest
From: Oaklet

KJ - can you make the link to the vomit site again here. There is about 45 mins of fun left in posting to it.

In case they object to the subject matter being BS - I'd like to point out that the vomit site is accompanied by a Bontempi organ rendition of a traditional tune called "Every Little Thing She Does is Magic" by Turloch O'Callaghan.

So help me.


01 Oct 03 - 12:39 PM (#1027346)
Subject: RE: Punch the Horse October Fest
From: KJ

We can't risk being moved to the BS section, so here's some good ole country music yeeehaaaa


01 Oct 03 - 06:08 PM (#1027562)
Subject: RE: Punch the Horse October Fest
From: smallpiper

tut tut Les October fest as in festival not a spullangy mistok!


01 Oct 03 - 07:11 PM (#1027599)
Subject: RE: Punch the Horse October Fest
From: Les from Hull

Well the Germans spell it Oktober, so who are we to say.


01 Oct 03 - 07:24 PM (#1027606)
Subject: RE: Punch the Horse October Fest
From: Raggytash

Will we never learn, it's we wot won th whore, we cun spell it whatever wy we wont


02 Oct 03 - 01:36 AM (#1027739)
Subject: RE: Punch the Horse October Fest
From: Oaklet

The diabetic doggy site is still having technical problems which is a great shame. I have bred a country-and-western miniature donkey so small, that two will fit comfortably on a match-head. I think it may be prone to diabetes as it gets a bit older.


02 Oct 03 - 03:59 AM (#1027772)
Subject: RE: Punch the Horse October Fest
From: smallpiper

I thought that match smelled a bit funny.

Music - does anyone know a tune called Michaels gate?


02 Oct 03 - 04:04 AM (#1027774)
Subject: RE: Punch the Horse October Fest
From: MudGuard

Not only do we spell October Oktober, the biggest part of the Oktoberfest happens to be in September... (which we spell September)


02 Oct 03 - 04:09 AM (#1027778)
Subject: RE: Punch the Horse October Fest
From: smallpiper

or it could be Josephs gait?

funny isn't it........mmmmmmmm

anyway..........

Have you lot seen that BS thread Hull9 top again?


02 Oct 03 - 05:19 AM (#1027810)
Subject: RE: Punch the Horse October Fest
From: The DeanMeister

Personally, I quite like the place, me.


02 Oct 03 - 08:17 AM (#1027867)
Subject: RE: Punch the Horse October Fest
From: KJ

Sob,sob, wail,wail, blub blub.......

Heaven's Doggy-Door

My best friend closed his eyes last night,
As his head was in my hand.
The Doctors said he was in pain,
and it was hard for him to stand.
The thoughts that scurried through my head,
As I cradled him in my arms.
Were of his younger, puppy years,
And Oh...his many charms.
Today, there was no gentle nudge
With an intense "I love you gaze",
Only a heart that's filled with tears
Remembering our joy filled days.
But an Angel just appeared to me,
And he said, "You should cry no more,
GOD also loves our canine friends, He's installed a 'doggy-door'!!!

Aaaaaah


02 Oct 03 - 08:22 AM (#1027871)
Subject: RE: Punch the Horse October Fest
From: KJ

Here's one for Oaklet.
Now I know where the Buffs have gone.


02 Oct 03 - 08:32 AM (#1027877)
Subject: RE: Punch the Horse October Fest
From: Oaklet

K J, that was the most lovely poem I have ever read. I have just read that in all likelihood, I have been abducted by aliens, although I might has misconstrued the "blood in the bed upon waking up" question.

This internet is really amazing. I can read about stuff in Brigg or Hibaldstow as it happens.


02 Oct 03 - 08:38 AM (#1027884)
Subject: RE: Punch the Horse October Fest
From: The DeanMeister

It seems that I have not been abducted. That's a relief. Thanks Karen.

Does anyone want to buy a photocopier? Or a Triumph motorcycle?


02 Oct 03 - 08:42 AM (#1027888)
Subject: RE: Punch the Horse October Fest
From: Oaklet

You were a bright light for me
My shining star
Now the light has gone out
How will I go on!

I loved you in life and
I love you in death
Such sadness has swept me
Away like a tidal wave
Carried me to another place
And now, someone else remains to grieve
Because my pain is indescribable.

You were my strength
My brave little soldier
And now, the strength has gone from me too
I miss you, so desperately.

You were everything to me
You gave me so much joy
And now, the angels are the lucky ones
As they watch you romp on heaven's greens.

But I too was lucky once,
She loved me with all her heart
We bonded in life, and now in death
I'll carry her wherever I go
Despite the sickening stench from the infection in her hooves


I added the last line to inject a bit of realism.


02 Oct 03 - 08:54 AM (#1027896)
Subject: RE: Punch the Horse October Fest
From: The DeanMeister

Now THAT made me laugh!!!!


02 Oct 03 - 09:43 AM (#1027929)
Subject: RE: Punch the Horse October Fest
From: smallpiper

According to that there alien abduction website I've been abducted - but I know this isn't the case I mean why would aliens want to abduct other aliens (sleepers in the cold war jargon) come on? ooops have I just let the lynx out of the holdall?


02 Oct 03 - 09:59 AM (#1027939)
Subject: RE: Punch the Horse October Fest
From: KJ

Gentle Jesus up above
Smiling down with all your love
Please forgive my thoughtless sin
When my hoover sucked my budgie in.

My little friend was very blue
& alas, alack my carpet too
My little friend I did not see
When I let my hoover free

Oh what a crisis, what a shock
When I the hoover pipe did unblock
All mashed up & very dead
My nice blue budgie all covered red

So now he is with you oh lord
I hope that you are not appalled
I have now got a yellow bird
Which I hope will never be hoovered

A poem for Colin's Mum


02 Oct 03 - 10:08 AM (#1027945)
Subject: RE: Punch the Horse October Fest
From: Oaklet

I don't know how much more of this moving poetry I can take. This is a truly great thread.


02 Oct 03 - 10:20 AM (#1027955)
Subject: RE: Punch the Horse October Fest
From: The DeanMeister

I can't block the vivid image of Peter Sellars in that scene with the budgie and the hoover.....!

David, this is, indeed, a great thread.


02 Oct 03 - 11:13 AM (#1028009)
Subject: RE: Punch the Horse October Fest
From: KJ

My cousin found a turle & called him Louis
A very friendly little chap
But he wasn't very good at fetching sticks & things
& you couldn't really take him for a walk.
He thought that he would put him in the bath
So he could have a swim
But he sank & didn't move
He drowned, which we thought was odd for a turle
Turns out he was a tortoise.


02 Oct 03 - 11:30 AM (#1028023)
Subject: RE: Punch the Horse October Fest
From: KJ

Put T in turle to make turtle!!!


02 Oct 03 - 11:43 AM (#1028032)
Subject: RE: Punch the Horse October Fest
From: Bassic

May I take this opportunity to draw the attention of all PTH fans to the thread "Welcome new Catter, el ted". Most of you will have seen "el ted" amd his flamenco style, playing from time to time in the Sun and Oddfellows in Beverly and also heard his daughter "Sweetfire" sing. Please visit the thread and pass on your greetings.

el Gordo,

"flamenco, the true path"


03 Oct 03 - 04:39 AM (#1028610)
Subject: RE: Punch the Horse October Fest
From: The DeanMeister

Don't you bloody start, Gordon!


03 Oct 03 - 04:52 AM (#1028615)
Subject: RE: Punch the Horse October Fest
From: Beverley Barton

thanks for that el gordon! you are obviously already some way along the true path it won,t be long before I've got you all beard and sandal free!


03 Oct 03 - 05:00 AM (#1028619)
Subject: RE: Punch the Horse October Fest
From: sweetfire

ha ha ha


03 Oct 03 - 05:03 AM (#1028622)
Subject: RE: Punch the Horse October Fest
From: sweetfire

pete, you cant hide forever, the true path will eventually get you....


03 Oct 03 - 07:52 AM (#1028701)
Subject: RE: Punch the Horse October Fest
From: The DeanMeister

"Oh, no it won't!" Is it panto season yet?


03 Oct 03 - 08:28 AM (#1028724)
Subject: RE: Punch the Horse October Fest
From: smallpiper

Alas it is nearly upon us (Oh no it isn't ... Ohyes it is... he's behind you and what's that sticking out of his arse etc etc etc) I hate panto!


03 Oct 03 - 09:08 AM (#1028746)
Subject: RE: Punch the Horse October Fest
From: KJ

It's a mallet. It was Colin Thompson. I have found a slow-werm in the garden, but it wasn't very slow, it was very fast & ran away. The venus fly traps are still eating daddy long legs. I have decided to conduct some experiments & get them to grow really big, then they can eat people I don't like, for example NHS managers, it would be really nice to see thir legs wriggling through the leaves whilst they were being slowly digested, & with that thought in my mind I shall retire to bed...sweet dreams.


03 Oct 03 - 10:43 AM (#1028849)
Subject: RE: Punch the Horse October Fest
From: The DeanMeister

Ahem. I have just hit 3 months worth of Target in 4 weeks. Half of that today. I am, erm, pleased. Will somebody remind me what this commission thing is all about?

Nozzer, thanks for the order x


03 Oct 03 - 10:47 AM (#1028853)
Subject: RE: Punch the Horse October Fest
From: Oaklet

Don't know about that, Peter but I do know a bit about celery, breeding wasps for profit and trolleybuses.


03 Oct 03 - 11:40 AM (#1028903)
Subject: RE: Punch the Horse October Fest
From: sweetfire

This is really startin to piss me.....where the heck is my dads thread? And where is the BS section? I know there is supposed to be a music section and a BS section, but my page isn't split into two, it seems the bs n music are mixed in together. Anybody know of a way and can get the two seperated? If ya get me...


03 Oct 03 - 12:05 PM (#1028915)
Subject: RE: Punch the Horse October Fest
From: smallpiper

no sweetfire bs section should be at the bottom of the threads page scroll down and keep going - unless for some reason you are filtering out the BS check the FAQ's to see if there is any help there.


03 Oct 03 - 12:27 PM (#1028934)
Subject: RE: Punch the Horse October Fest
From: sweetfire

I looked and I couldn't find anything, thanx for tryin to help tho SP. Is there anyway you can send threads to people? i wanna find out whats goin on in my dads thread...it's supposed to be funny..!!


03 Oct 03 - 01:09 PM (#1028972)
Subject: RE: Punch the Horse October Fest
From: smallpiper

sweetfire click here


03 Oct 03 - 08:22 PM (#1029293)
Subject: RE: Punch the Horse October Fest
From: Tyke

Refreshing


03 Oct 03 - 08:41 PM (#1029304)
Subject: RE: Punch the Horse October Fest
From: Bassic

Sweetfire, you have a number of options when you wish to view the "wisdom of el ted".

His words are listed as BS, but dont let that put you off. If your threads are mixed, which I believe is the only way to get the true "Mudcat experience", then it is just a case of looking for his "Welcome new `Catter, el ted" thread and all should become clear. If in your membership options you chose to separate the BS from the other stuff (a very "nerdy" thing to do IMHO) then it should most likely appear in the last half to a third of the threads page. If you chose to eliminate BS completely from the threads page in your membership options, then I will never speak to you again!!

Or just do Smallpipers "clicky" and get there the easy way.

el Gordo

the prophet and first true disciple of el ted, originator of "flamenco, the true path"!


04 Oct 03 - 08:27 AM (#1029501)
Subject: RE: Punch the Horse October Fest
From: Bassic

If you want a smile then have a look at this
thread


04 Oct 03 - 11:01 AM (#1029553)
Subject: RE: Punch the Horse October Fest
From: Oaklet

Oi - it's back. The doggy diabetes website from hell. Why not try to post drivel on it; it's:

http://members.aol.com/bobbytailsbook/ODD/list.htms

Thanks for KJ for introducing us to it. You are a Goddess-in-a-vest.

Notice the way that Skip attracted a doggy diabetes flamer with his terrible post.

"I feel sorry for the owner of Cara, perhaps her problems are not entirely phsysiological but more to do with the owners temperament and the way in which the poor animal is being treated. Maybe it is the owner who should be visiting a psychologist, then we may see an improvement in the dog."

As vicous a mauling from the diseased-dog fraternity as you are ever likely to see in print. And I hope Skip, that you are ashamed.

9.


04 Oct 03 - 07:20 PM (#1029731)
Subject: RE: Punch the Horse October Fest
From: smallpiper

A bit of cross threading here .. if you haven't visited the thread What sci fi character are you then you won't know about this. Some one has put up a link to s site where in you enter your own name and it generates a genuine red injun name for you. I entered mine and it came out as Arthur Indelicate Antelope. I also took the liberty of entering Oakley's and he came out as Noah Blatent Elderberry! My friend AJ has been turned into Lorretta Chalky Brains! Its great! Have a go!

Ok here's the link click here


04 Oct 03 - 09:35 PM (#1029775)
Subject: RE: Punch the Horse October Fest
From: Bassic

Try Vicky Swann or Kitchen Piper...........


04 Oct 03 - 09:40 PM (#1029778)
Subject: RE: Punch the Horse October Fest
From: Bassic

SP, Our mutual late friend would have p***sed herself if she had know she was Lillian Turbo Biscuits!!


04 Oct 03 - 09:45 PM (#1029782)
Subject: RE: Punch the Horse October Fest
From: Rt Revd Sir jOhn from Hull

heloo, i just noticed i not posted nothing to this thread yet, anyway, i got nothing intresting or useful to post, so i just say
hellloo.john


04 Oct 03 - 09:57 PM (#1029787)
Subject: RE: Punch the Horse October Fest
From: Rt Revd Sir jOhn from Hull

anyway=I get free food at work, i had curry and rice all week, tonight i was fed up of curry, so i said i want fried chicken and chips, and he put it in in a plastivc bag, and went all soggy,
soggy chips piss me off, i dont knoe whyt he put it in a plasic bag fdor, i told him be fore, he says 2, it keeps it warm", but i only living few doors away from work, and going to eat it straight away!
i notice rice in plastic bagg dorsent get soggy, so i goy an idea,
= next time, i will get fryed chickens whith rice, not chips, then not soggy, rice is good for you anyweay.john


05 Oct 03 - 03:55 AM (#1029889)
Subject: RE: Punch the Horse October Fest
From: smallpiper

Indeed she would Bassic!


05 Oct 03 - 05:57 AM (#1029909)
Subject: RE: Punch the Horse October Fest
From: KJ

Colin is Francis Purgative Hawk and I'm Shauna Forgotten Banana (seems a bit scary when you look at my profession!!)


05 Oct 03 - 06:08 AM (#1029915)
Subject: RE: Punch the Horse October Fest
From: smallpiper

I take it KJ that you got my message about not needing a lift?


05 Oct 03 - 06:08 AM (#1029916)
Subject: RE: Punch the Horse October Fest
From: KJ

Here
PS Oaklet, it was moi. I happen to specialise in psychological dogs.


05 Oct 03 - 06:12 AM (#1029919)
Subject: RE: Punch the Horse October Fest
From: KJ

Yes SP we did thanks, just now!!Must check my mail more!! Look forward to seeing you there. By the way Ossonflags is Timothy Private Donkey!!


06 Oct 03 - 04:05 AM (#1030305)
Subject: RE: Punch the Horse October Fest
From: The DeanMeister

Hank Sassy Pants here...!!!!!!!! I feel a whole new image coming on!!


06 Oct 03 - 04:07 AM (#1030307)
Subject: RE: Punch the Horse October Fest
From: The DeanMeister

Ahem. Sweetfire.....you are henceforth Josephine Calypso Larva. So there.


06 Oct 03 - 05:36 AM (#1030333)
Subject: RE: Punch the Horse October Fest
From: Noreen

Well done with the sales, Deanie, glad I could get everyone to rally round for you... :0)

I'm obviously related to smallpiper's friend AJ, though I didn't know it.

Lucille Amiable Brains


06 Oct 03 - 05:44 AM (#1030336)
Subject: RE: Punch the Horse October Fest
From: The DeanMeister

I'm apparently, when not being Hank Sassy Pants, a particularly handsome dwarf by the name of Gimli. Is that why osson calls me the Axeman?


06 Oct 03 - 05:45 AM (#1030337)
Subject: RE: Punch the Horse October Fest
From: sweetfire

I'm Charlotte Rustic Betline......mmmm...i think i prefere Sophia Emily Robinson!!!!


06 Oct 03 - 05:50 AM (#1030339)
Subject: RE: Punch the Horse October Fest
From: sweetfire

Oh, forgot to thank ya earlier SP.....thanx for doin that link for me


06 Oct 03 - 06:10 AM (#1030346)
Subject: RE: Punch the Horse October Fest
From: The DeanMeister

I preferred Josephine Calypso Larva, sweet.


06 Oct 03 - 09:22 AM (#1030476)
Subject: RE: Punch the Horse October Fest
From: smallpiper

Oh what fun... you're very tall for a dwarf deanie!

Lorretta Chalky Brains had you sussed in less than 30 seconds of meeting you deanie (and I didn't say a word) Be afraid be very afraid!

Niknak says hi all - she's just recovering from a bad girlie cold -that's double phneumonia with complications to us lads - she is loving uni and has already learned hundred of new tunes.

The oklets are being very quiet...

Arthur Indelicate Antelope


06 Oct 03 - 09:49 AM (#1030490)
Subject: RE: Punch the Horse October Fest
From: The DeanMeister

Excuse me? The DeanMeister knows no fear, Antelope. Indelicate as always.


06 Oct 03 - 10:35 AM (#1030535)
Subject: RE: Punch the Horse October Fest
From: GUEST,KJ

Oaklet in his male persona is Orest Slurping Hamster & in his female form is Theresa Bright Yellow Earwig. The male version of Oakley is Daniel Promotional Geoduck!!!!


06 Oct 03 - 12:06 PM (#1030606)
Subject: RE: Punch the Horse October Fest
From: smallpiper

Ah my man you should cultivate fear it can be good for you for instance fear of crashing your bike might have made you drive a little more carfully then you wouldn't have dammaged your hand!

No need to be afeard of AJ she's lovely!


07 Oct 03 - 04:34 AM (#1031082)
Subject: RE: Punch the Horse October Fest
From: KJ

Bloody Hell!!! I know its a bit sad but I was bored out of my brains so I typed in Oaklet on a search engine & look what I got!!!****????? errrrrrrr


07 Oct 03 - 04:42 AM (#1031084)
Subject: RE: Punch the Horse October Fest
From: GUEST,Skipjack K8

Inspired site, Kazza. Very Oaklet


07 Oct 03 - 05:19 AM (#1031094)
Subject: RE: Punch the Horse October Fest
From: smallpiper

Wow that explains it all!


07 Oct 03 - 05:38 AM (#1031098)
Subject: RE: Punch the Horse October Fest
From: Noreen

Artemisia equisided nor obnoxiousness unless paragraphic should catkin counterrate!


07 Oct 03 - 05:40 AM (#1031102)
Subject: RE: Punch the Horse October Fest
From: GUEST,Hank Sassy Pants

I concur.


07 Oct 03 - 06:14 AM (#1031112)
Subject: RE: Punch the Horse October Fest
From: KJ

OH DEAR
I must stop all this silliness & get on with some work!


07 Oct 03 - 06:44 AM (#1031120)
Subject: RE: Punch the Horse October Fest
From: smallpiper

stop it KJ! This is just too much!


07 Oct 03 - 09:19 AM (#1031194)
Subject: RE: Punch the Horse October Fest
From: GUEST,Gimli

Does she ever do any work....?


07 Oct 03 - 10:16 AM (#1031218)
Subject: RE: Punch the Horse October Fest
From: GUEST,Skipjack K8

Well I don't think Pepe is a very nice dog at all. He was a complete bastard to Bruce, and then did all the theatricals when he pushed Bruce over the edge and the poor hound ended it all. It should be poor Bruce's site, poor love.


07 Oct 03 - 01:07 PM (#1031334)
Subject: RE: Punch the Horse October Fest
From: KJ

Indeed I do Gimli, in fact I'm off to work in just over an hour, oh what fun tra-la-la!!
I sang of leaves,of leaves of gold, and leaves of gold there grew:
Of wind I sang, a wind there came and in the branches blew.
Beyond the Sun, beyond the Moon, the foam was on the Sea,
And by the strand of Ilmarin there grew a golden tree.


07 Oct 03 - 01:21 PM (#1031340)
Subject: RE: Punch the Horse October Fest
From: smallpiper

KJ -
Beneath the stars of Ever-eve in Eldamar it shone,
In Eldamar beside the walls of Elven Tirion.
there long the golden leaves have grown upon the branching years,
While here beyond the Sundering Seas now fall the Elven tears.


07 Oct 03 - 02:01 PM (#1031355)
Subject: RE: Punch the Horse October Fest
From: KJ

Hello snottly!! Hope you're better soon.


07 Oct 03 - 07:21 PM (#1031475)
Subject: RE: Punch the Horse October Fest
From: smallpiper

Gosh KJ I thought you'd have given us the last six lines' oh well here they are:

O Lorien!The Winter comes, the bare and leafless Day;
The leaves are falling in the stream, the River flows away.
O Lorien! Too long I have dwelt upon this Hither Shore
And in a fading crown have twined the golden elanor.
But if of ships I now should sing, what ship woulod come to me,
What ship would bear me ever back across so wide a Sea?


07 Oct 03 - 07:25 PM (#1031478)
Subject: RE: Punch the Horse October Fest
From: GUEST,KJ

I would have done dear SP but I have the merry ringing of neonatal cries to distract me.


08 Oct 03 - 03:21 AM (#1031621)
Subject: RE: Punch the Horse October Fest
From: Beverley Barton

hello flamenco fans everywhere
                           i have returned from four days action packed mountain biking on the moors and some one has pinched by BS thread! any idea what happened tots?


08 Oct 03 - 04:24 AM (#1031646)
Subject: RE: Punch the Horse October Fest
From: smallpiper

Its still there, just that as time goes on threads that have been contributed to or started go tothe top of the page and subsequentlyother threads like yours go down the page and disapear off the bottom. You see the bit on the opening page just above the list of threads. well the bit that says Age:1 day well thats a drop down box click on it and you select 3 or 7 days or whatever then click refresh. OK?

KJ Neonatal cries you watching the Matrix again then?


08 Oct 03 - 04:25 AM (#1031647)
Subject: RE: Punch the Horse October Fest
From: sweetfire

I'd blame Hank Sissy Pants....

oooo, can't wait to sing tonite!!!! lalalala


08 Oct 03 - 04:33 AM (#1031650)
Subject: RE: Punch the Horse October Fest
From: smallpiper

Where would that be then Sweetfire?


08 Oct 03 - 06:40 AM (#1031676)
Subject: RE: Punch the Horse October Fest
From: Beverley Barton

smallpiper you are a little treasure! keep working on the reportoire for punch the burro


08 Oct 03 - 06:58 AM (#1031681)
Subject: RE: Punch the Horse October Fest
From: Beverley Barton

found it! my very own little thread. but i've now forgotten how to send pm's.picking up your telecaster in a minute tot's, £26!!!!!!!!!!!


08 Oct 03 - 08:10 AM (#1031700)
Subject: RE: Punch the Horse October Fest
From: KJ

SP, I dunno about watching the matrix, I feel like I'm bloody IN it!


08 Oct 03 - 06:43 PM (#1032006)
Subject: RE: Punch the Horse October Fest
From: Noreen

A telecaster for £26???

You accompanying yourself, s'fire?

Missing yous lot... not been over t'Pennines for ages!


09 Oct 03 - 06:00 AM (#1032285)
Subject: RE: Punch the Horse October Fest
From: The DeanMeister

Prey, why is that? You didn't send a note last Sunday to excuse your presence from the Mighty Ossonflag's session. Even I turned up and played with a pot on my hand! (which, I have just learned, is apparently coming off on Wed 22nd...only 2 more weeks! WEHEY!)

Wonder if I'll still be in the band? Think they'll take me back?


09 Oct 03 - 06:17 AM (#1032292)
Subject: RE: Punch the Horse October Fest
From: sweetfire

SP, me and dad go and sing/play at a session run by a band called the 'Flatmates' every wednesday. i had a jolly good time last night, but thanx to Tim i've got a bloody hangover...i just wanna go back to bed!

oh oh oh, my name is on a poster!!!!! cos i'm singing somewhere next thursnite, dad where are we playin next thurs???


09 Oct 03 - 07:00 AM (#1032307)
Subject: RE: Punch the Horse October Fest
From: Noreen

Hope you're not really addressing me as your prey....

Been festivalling a lot with Shellbacks and saving any unspent pennies for imminent trip to the colonies.

Oh and other things... you know the sort of thing.

Hope to come over at some stage after the US tour to show you all a few photies :0)#

Play nicely now.


09 Oct 03 - 07:04 AM (#1032309)
Subject: RE: Punch the Horse October Fest
From: Beverley Barton

yo tots
         the pub is called waterloo, mick was too full of stella to be any more precise than that.and yo dude to noreen too, not seen you since whitby.


09 Oct 03 - 09:11 AM (#1032369)
Subject: RE: Punch the Horse October Fest
From: sweetfire

no noreen, my telecaster cost £26 to be fixed!!! it's all better now and is as sexy as ever!!!


09 Oct 03 - 10:33 AM (#1032424)
Subject: RE: Punch the Horse October Fest
From: GUEST,Hank Sassy Pants

Always preferred a Strat myself. Infiniteley more capable of conveying emotion.


09 Oct 03 - 12:23 PM (#1032485)
Subject: RE: Punch the Horse October Fest
From: The DeanMeister

KJ....check this one out? Can somebody do me a blue clicky?

http://www.michaelkelly.fsnet.co.uk/karl.htm


09 Oct 03 - 12:25 PM (#1032489)
Subject: RE: Punch the Horse October Fest
From: The DeanMeister

Don't ask me how I came across that!!!


09 Oct 03 - 12:54 PM (#1032505)
Subject: RE: Punch the Horse October Fest
From: Bassic

Not sure I should, its VERY wiered, but is Deanos fault is anyone asks!


09 Oct 03 - 01:34 PM (#1032549)
Subject: RE: Punch the Horse October Fest
From: KJ

Very good Deanie boy, it makes as much sense as some of the stuff I'm reading for my MSc! Speaking of which I must desist from visiting this site & GET ON WITH SOME WERK!


09 Oct 03 - 06:10 PM (#1032694)
Subject: RE: Punch the Horse October Fest
From: Noreen

What a stunning site!

As the man himself so accurately puts it,

The pleasure is unexampled.


10 Oct 03 - 03:11 AM (#1032911)
Subject: RE: Punch the Horse October Fest
From: KJ

Hello


10 Oct 03 - 03:12 AM (#1032912)
Subject: RE: Punch the Horse October Fest
From: KJ

Helloooooooooo


10 Oct 03 - 03:13 AM (#1032913)
Subject: RE: Punch the Horse October Fest
From: KJ

Hey hey, done it at last no. 100. Do I get a prize?


10 Oct 03 - 03:42 AM (#1032918)
Subject: RE: Punch the Horse October Fest
From: Beverley Barton

no. 101 is the bestest number in the world and i,ve got it1


10 Oct 03 - 03:43 AM (#1032919)
Subject: RE: Punch the Horse October Fest
From: Beverley Barton

closely followed by 102


10 Oct 03 - 04:17 AM (#1032930)
Subject: RE: Punch the Horse October Fest
From: The DeanMeister

And do I get a prize for finding that delightful site?


10 Oct 03 - 04:55 AM (#1032943)
Subject: RE: Punch the Horse October Fest
From: KJ

It's not fair, I've tired or even tried unsuccessfully for many months to reach those elusive dizzy heights of the 100th,200th or even 300th posting in order to gain a wonderful prize & now, not a sniff of mouldy cheese, or a smidgen of garlic in sight!! Sob,sob.
SP are you out there? How went things?


10 Oct 03 - 05:08 AM (#1032953)
Subject: RE: Punch the Horse October Fest
From: The DeanMeister

I have just discovered what Oakley needs. Emu oil.

http://www.skin-energizer.com/toenail_fungus.htm


10 Oct 03 - 06:19 AM (#1032977)
Subject: RE: Punch the Horse October Fest
From: KJ

So that's why he smells so bad! Anyway fancy a job de-oiling emu's?


10 Oct 03 - 06:26 AM (#1032980)
Subject: RE: Punch the Horse October Fest
From: KJ

Hey if you're bored you could check this out! Don't you love crap psychology!!


10 Oct 03 - 06:51 AM (#1032992)
Subject: RE: Punch the Horse October Fest
From: GUEST,Hank Sassy Pants

Big Five Test Results

Extroverted |||||||||||||||||| 72%
Introverted |||||| 28%
Friendly |||||||||||||| 56%
Aggressive |||||||||||| 44%
Orderly |||||| 26%
Disorderly |||||||||||||||||| 74%
Relaxed |||||||||| 34%
Emotional |||||||||||||||| 66%
Intellectual |||||||||||||||||| 76%
Practical |||||| 24%

The Big Five is currently the most accepted personality model in the scientific community. The Big Five emerged from the work of multiple independent scientists/researchers starting in the 1950s who using different techniques obtained similar results. Those results were that there are five distinct personality traits/dimensions. Here are your results on each dimension:

Extroversion results were high which suggests you are talkative, optimistic, sociable and affectionate but possibly not very reflective.

Friendliness results were medium which suggests you are moderately good natured, trusting, and helpful.

Orderliness results were low which suggests you tend to be unreliable, lazy, careless, negligent, and unmotivated.

Emotional Stability results were low which suggests you are worrying, insecure, emotional, and nervous.

Intellectualness results were high which suggests you are creative, original, curious, imaginative but possibly not very practical.

Overall, you scored highest on Intellectualness and lowest on Orderliness.


10 Oct 03 - 06:56 AM (#1032997)
Subject: RE: Punch the Horse October Fest
From: The DeanMeister

What ya reckon? unreliable? Moi..? What do they know, anyway? Insecure, emotional and nervous goes without saying. Its a musician thing....

Think I'd better get back to work before somebody catches me being lazy, negligent and unmotivated!

Thanks, KJ..!!


10 Oct 03 - 07:08 AM (#1033002)
Subject: RE: Punch the Horse October Fest
From: The DeanMeister

Ouch just did a different one....not sure I liked the results! Think I'll keep that one to myself. Way too close for comfort.


10 Oct 03 - 08:19 AM (#1033037)
Subject: RE: Punch the Horse October Fest
From: Beverley Barton

you lot are weird! just been on big five test! life's too short to fill that bugger in!


10 Oct 03 - 08:25 AM (#1033041)
Subject: RE: Punch the Horse October Fest
From: sweetfire

Big Five Test Results

Extroverted |||||||||||||||| 70%
Introverted |||||| 30%
Friendly |||||||||||||| 58%
Aggressive |||||||||||| 42%
Orderly |||||||||||| 46%
Disorderly |||||||||||||| 54%
Relaxed |||||||||||| 44%
Emotional |||||||||||||| 56%
Intellectual |||||||||||| 48%
Practical |||||||||||||| 52%

The Big Five is currently the most accepted personality model in the scientific community. The Big Five emerged from the work of multiple independent scientists/researchers starting in the 1950s who using different techniques obtained similar results. Those results were that there are five distinct personality traits/dimensions. Here are your results on each dimension:



Extroversion results were high which suggests you are talkative, optimistic, sociable and affectionate but possibly not very reflective.

Friendliness results were medium which suggests you are moderately good natured, trusting, and helpful.

Orderliness results were medium which suggests you are moderately organized, reliable, neat, and ambitious.

Emotional Stability results were medium which suggests you are moderately worrying, insecure, emotional, and nervous.

Intellectualness results were medium which suggests you are moderately creative, original, curious, and imaginative.

Overall, you scored highest on Extroversion and lowest on Emotional Stability



I'm a teenager...i don't think i'm supposed to be 'emotionally stable'


10 Oct 03 - 08:29 AM (#1033043)
Subject: RE: Punch the Horse October Fest
From: Beverley Barton

tots, have you gone all weird like the rest then?


10 Oct 03 - 11:16 AM (#1033148)
Subject: RE: Punch the Horse October Fest
From: The DeanMeister

What u started, KJ? Think I'll go back to my clingfilm.....


10 Oct 03 - 11:31 AM (#1033164)
Subject: RE: Punch the Horse October Fest
From: smallpiper

That really is bad psychology!

As for how I got on KJ the following phrase sums it up rather well "F*+#ing% sh#y bast%$£s ARSE FECK

FECK!"

El ted the use of the 9 is a cultural thingy so don't wory about it its kind of summed up in the phrase bear9hoi!


10 Oct 03 - 11:41 AM (#1033170)
Subject: RE: Punch the Horse October Fest
From: KJ

Oh hum!! This test proves I'm a bit of a sad bastard really!
Extroverted |||||||||||||||||| 74%
Introverted |||||| 26%
Friendly || 10%
Aggressive |||||||||||||||||||| 90%
Orderly |||||||||||||||||| 74%
Disorderly |||||| 26%
Relaxed |||||||||||||| 58%
Emotional |||||||||||| 42%
Intellectual |||||| 26%
Practical |||||||||||||||||| 74%


Extroversion results were high which suggests you are talkative, optimistic, sociable and affectionate but possibly not very reflective.

Friendliness results were low which suggests you tend to be rude, uncooperative, and irritable.

Orderliness results were high which suggests you are organized, reliable, neat, and ambitious but probably not very spontaneous and fun.

Emotional Stability results were medium which suggests you are moderately worrying, insecure, emotional, and nervous.

Intellectualness results were low which suggests you tend to be uncreative and conventional.

Overall, you scored highest on Orderliness and lowest on Friendliness


10 Oct 03 - 11:42 AM (#1033171)
Subject: RE: Punch the Horse October Fest
From: KJ

PS You go & explete all you want SP. It's their loss.


10 Oct 03 - 11:49 AM (#1033174)
Subject: RE: Punch the Horse October Fest
From: Beverley Barton

thanks for that SP.so the use of 9 is like mobile phone shorthand.I'll catch on in time! anyway flamenco fans i'm off 4 anutha weekend of biking on't moors.
                  the true path! 999999


10 Oct 03 - 08:01 PM (#1033457)
Subject: RE: Punch the Horse October Fest
From: Noreen

Hmmm... don't know where they got that orderliness bit from...!
I like most of the rest of it though :0)

Here are your results on each dimension:

Extroverted |||||||||||||||| 70%
Introverted |||||| 30%
Friendly |||||||||||||||| 62%
Aggressive |||||||||| 38%
Orderly |||||||||||| 42%
Disorderly |||||||||||||| 58%
Relaxed |||||| 30%
Emotional |||||||||||||||| 70%
Intellectual |||||||||||||||||| 76%
Practical |||||| 24%



Extroversion results were high which suggests you are talkative, optimistic, sociable and affectionate but possibly not very reflective.

Friendliness results were high which suggests you are good natured, trusting, and helpful but possibly too much of a follower

Orderliness results were medium which suggests you are moderately organized, reliable, neat, and ambitious.

Emotional Stability results were low which suggests you are worrying, insecure, emotional, and nervous.

Intellectualness results were high which suggests you are creative, original, curious, imaginative but possibly not very practical.

Overall, you scored highest on Intellectualness and lowest on Emotional Stability.


10 Oct 03 - 08:08 PM (#1033459)
Subject: RE: Punch the Horse October Fest
From: Noreen

I think you ought to give this personality test its own thraed, Karen, so that non-Horse Punchers can have a go at it!


12 Oct 03 - 07:51 PM (#1034314)
Subject: RE: Punch the Horse October Fest
From: smallpiper

I went to Langsett on saturday in west yorkshire to a thing called hunters moon. Mr Fox were dancing wow it was brilliant!


13 Oct 03 - 04:50 AM (#1034434)
Subject: RE: Punch the Horse October Fest
From: The DeanMeister

SP....looks like our New Years Eve gig is off, mate. Landlord is departing Sun Inn on 7th Nov. All further gigs cancelled.

Oh well.


13 Oct 03 - 04:55 AM (#1034436)
Subject: RE: Punch the Horse October Fest
From: The DeanMeister

7th October...sorry. Singaround still welcome, but gigs off. I trust Sir Rog will keep us updated as to future developments?


13 Oct 03 - 04:59 AM (#1034438)
Subject: RE: Punch the Horse October Fest
From: Rt Revd Sir jOhn from Hull

Peat 9and any others that are intrested]-there is a thread about Steve leaving The Sun called "News from East Yorkshire"


13 Oct 03 - 05:02 AM (#1034439)
Subject: RE: Punch the Horse October Fest
From: Rt Revd Sir jOhn from Hull

PS, i've just pulled one of my teeth out, saved meself a few bob there, them dentists are a right rip off!


13 Oct 03 - 06:10 AM (#1034459)
Subject: RE: Punch the Horse October Fest
From: GUEST,ossonflags

Erm.... Punch the Horse will be the last band to play there in November and the "First Sunday of the Mouth" session will run on the first Sunday in November.


13 Oct 03 - 06:23 AM (#1034468)
Subject: RE: Punch the Horse October Fest
From: smallpiper

I wonder if Jo from the Coach and Horses in Barton would be interested in takiing on the gig at the sun.


13 Oct 03 - 06:42 AM (#1034478)
Subject: RE: Punch the Horse October Fest
From: Beverley Barton

no good. i would have to renew my passport.


13 Oct 03 - 07:29 AM (#1034503)
Subject: RE: Punch the Horse October Fest
From: smallpiper

Why el ted? she's looking for a new pub.


13 Oct 03 - 07:36 AM (#1034509)
Subject: RE: Punch the Horse October Fest
From: Beverley Barton

aah, i see, i wouldn,t have to cross umber bridge if she came to beverley.sounds like a jolly good idea to me john, any chance of sneaking the odd flamenco night at the new luck sun?


13 Oct 03 - 08:48 AM (#1034550)
Subject: RE: Punch the Horse October Fest
From: sweetfire

dad, i think you've turned into a fully-fledged mudcatter....your on here more than i am!!!

(is fledged spelt right? sorry if it's not, i can't think straight today)


13 Oct 03 - 08:56 AM (#1034559)
Subject: RE: Punch the Horse October Fest
From: Beverley Barton

i know! it'll pass. when i find flamenco pages i will sling my hook. see you tomorrow at 6.30pm tots.
                      el autentico caminar!!!!!!!9999


13 Oct 03 - 10:44 AM (#1034630)
Subject: RE: Punch the Horse October Fest
From: The DeanMeister

He still hasn't figured out the correct use of the 9 has he? 9maybe he'll get there in the end) HOI!


13 Oct 03 - 11:16 AM (#1034647)
Subject: RE: Punch the Horse October Fest
From: smallpiper

Too true bhouy. Was in some great sessions last week with Niknak upnorf she sends her hellos to one and all.

el ted its:

9whatevryouwanttosay!) Bear9Hoi

got it?


13 Oct 03 - 11:32 AM (#1034658)
Subject: RE: Punch the Horse October Fest
From: Beverley Barton

sp
stop it! a little red thingy keeps floating across my screen!


13 Oct 03 - 11:50 AM (#1034674)
Subject: RE: Punch the Horse October Fest
From: The DeanMeister

Can't wait to see the little bugger at Hornsea! Any news, John?


13 Oct 03 - 12:52 PM (#1034717)
Subject: RE: Punch the Horse October Fest
From: smallpiper

About what deanie?


13 Oct 03 - 06:03 PM (#1034902)
Subject: RE: Punch the Horse October Fest
From: Noreen

The first sunday in November will be the second and will be the day I arrive home jetlagged from my first international singing tour... so I don't think I'll get to the sun that sun, sorry, even though it may be the last of the first sundays on the second.


14 Oct 03 - 03:57 AM (#1035168)
Subject: RE: Punch the Horse October Fest
From: The DeanMeister

Maybe PTH should do an international tour?


14 Oct 03 - 04:01 AM (#1035173)
Subject: RE: Punch the Horse October Fest
From: Raggytash

They are doing, they're playing Huddersfield in November


14 Oct 03 - 04:13 AM (#1035179)
Subject: RE: Punch the Horse October Fest
From: The DeanMeister

Hope the visas come through in time.


14 Oct 03 - 04:54 AM (#1035187)
Subject: RE: Punch the Horse October Fest
From: sweetfire

oh dad you are silly!!!


14 Oct 03 - 04:58 AM (#1035189)
Subject: RE: Punch the Horse October Fest
From: sweetfire

Anybody wanna swop places with me? I've got history next....


14 Oct 03 - 05:00 AM (#1035190)
Subject: RE: Punch the Horse October Fest
From: Beverley Barton

no I'm not! I'm a mature, responsible executive who just happens to have been given this computer toy! don't worry, I'll get stuffy and old again before too long.AND I've just stopped your pocket money!


14 Oct 03 - 05:35 AM (#1035207)
Subject: RE: Punch the Horse October Fest
From: GUEST,ossonflags

we are indeed raggy.


14 Oct 03 - 05:41 AM (#1035211)
Subject: RE: Punch the Horse October Fest
From: Raggytash

I'll swap Sweetfire, I'd love the chance to study History, I'm reading Simon Schama's trilogy "A HIstory of Britain" at the moment brilliant writing


14 Oct 03 - 07:20 AM (#1035256)
Subject: RE: Punch the Horse October Fest
From: Bassic

Kids with new toys eh! Notice how Teds passion to convert us to all things flamenco has slipped away now that he has discovered how to get a "tune" out of his PC? Next it will be capitol letters and then......who knows, HTML?!!


14 Oct 03 - 07:22 AM (#1035260)
Subject: RE: Punch the Horse October Fest
From: The DeanMeister

DON'T GO THERE, NOREEN!!!!!!!


14 Oct 03 - 07:42 AM (#1035268)
Subject: RE: Punch the Horse October Fest
From: Beverley Barton

what is HTML? is it like the secret muddy code of 9? you are right though pete, i am developing a strong urge to grow a beard, but i know i'm not hairy enough. i tried to grow one for last bev fest, remember it? iT wAs RUBbish.


14 Oct 03 - 08:47 AM (#1035305)
Subject: RE: Punch the Horse October Fest
From: smallpiper

el ted: HTML is what you use to make your posts do things like scroll accross the screen and change colours and

size

etc.


14 Oct 03 - 09:33 AM (#1035326)
Subject: RE: Punch the Horse October Fest
From: Noreen

Seems like I don't need to, Pete- smallpliers already went!

(Busy packing, me.)

(But no travel alarm clock..... Raggy????!!!!)


14 Oct 03 - 10:36 AM (#1035355)
Subject: RE: Punch the Horse October Fest
From: Beverley Barton

small piper. stop it! you are making my screen go silly!


14 Oct 03 - 12:59 PM (#1035441)
Subject: RE: Punch the Horse October Fest
From: smallpiper

hell ted you wanted to know

what HTML was hehehehehehehehe!


14 Oct 03 - 02:10 PM (#1035500)
Subject: RE: Punch the Horse October Fest
From: Les from Hull

Interesting prog on BBC2 soon - how they got the Luftwaffe to stop bombing Hull and turn their attention on North Lincolnshire!


15 Oct 03 - 03:40 AM (#1035912)
Subject: RE: Punch the Horse October Fest
From: The DeanMeister

Sounds like an inspired decision, Les...!!! (although, I have to say that I was born in Lincolnshire....concieved in the back of a Ford Van on the edge of RAF Waddington airfield surrounded by Vulcan Bombers. Who said romance was dead.....?)


15 Oct 03 - 04:51 AM (#1035945)
Subject: RE: Punch the Horse October Fest
From: Beverley Barton

sophia, are you out there? can you show me how to use HTML? I want to use it to call in an air strike on small pipers house!


15 Oct 03 - 04:59 AM (#1035948)
Subject: RE: Punch the Horse October Fest
From: The DeanMeister

You need to see an earlier thread, Ted, where Aunty Noreen instructed us all in the joys of HTML. Think it was either the PTH July or August thread. Somebody sort a blue clicky for him? I haven't got time (read can't be arsed)


15 Oct 03 - 05:10 AM (#1035952)
Subject: RE: Punch the Horse October Fest
From: Beverley Barton

9's, html, blue clicky's now. the royal mail was a lot easier than this! anyway, where's my air strike?


15 Oct 03 - 05:25 AM (#1035957)
Subject: RE: Punch the Horse October Fest
From: Raggytash

Gone Fision


15 Oct 03 - 06:09 AM (#1035971)
Subject: RE: Punch the Horse October Fest
From: Noreen

'Twas the June thread, O Deano (who sang that one?), and jOhn provoked the lesson by asking:

Heloo,hoew,doi,you,make,them,big,letters,like,that?

Lesson 1 begins

here



(Can't remember if we covered the 'center' command (speeled the American way.)


15 Oct 03 - 06:15 AM (#1035972)
Subject: RE: Punch the Horse October Fest
From: Noreen

Hey! :0)



15 Oct 03 - 07:35 AM (#1036011)
Subject: RE: Punch the Horse October Fest
From: smallpiper

:-)


15 Oct 03 - 08:00 AM (#1036021)
Subject: RE: Punch the Horse October Fest
From: sweetfire

oh god, dad, what have you started again...!!!! If ya wanna do lots of fancy stuff dad then click on where it says 'here' in blue from noreen......enjoy..!!


15 Oct 03 - 08:08 AM (#1036030)
Subject: RE: Punch the Horse October Fest
From: Beverley Barton

thanks tot's! it's BRAKE NIPPLE by the way, not BREAK NIPPLE!


15 Oct 03 - 08:11 AM (#1036032)
Subject: RE: Punch the Horse October Fest
From: sweetfire

Raggy, never heard of the book you mentioned but we're doin about hitler n other germany type stuff, like that kaiser William 2nd was childish, paranoid and there is evidence to surgest that he was mentally unstable! sounds just about right really considering he dressed one of his generals up in a balleriner's tu-tu and asked him to dance in it for him...the poor general died of a heart attack half way through!!! see, i do pay attention some times...


15 Oct 03 - 08:14 AM (#1036036)
Subject: RE: Punch the Horse October Fest
From: Beverley Barton

ted 4 beards 0


15 Oct 03 - 08:24 AM (#1036045)
Subject: RE: Punch the Horse October Fest
From: Beverley Barton

OI YOU LOT, IS THIS RED?


15 Oct 03 - 08:28 AM (#1036050)
Subject: RE: Punch the Horse October Fest
From: smallpiper

clap clap clap well done el ted


15 Oct 03 - 08:58 AM (#1036068)
Subject: RE: Punch the Horse October Fest
From: Rt Revd Sir jOhn from Hull

hEloo, did anybody been to Hull Fare yet?, 9Its the biggest Fare in Hull !


15 Oct 03 - 11:47 AM (#1036172)
Subject: RE: Punch the Horse October Fest
From: The DeanMeister

Nope. In your immortal words, jOhn, it's a big 9rip off.


15 Oct 03 - 11:54 AM (#1036180)
Subject: RE: Punch the Horse October Fest
From: GUEST,Skipjack K8

Yes, jOhn, I wanted to commend you for literally putting your money where your mouth is, and extracting your own teeth. Dentists are a bigger rip off than Hull9 Fair.

9


15 Oct 03 - 02:43 PM (#1036229)
Subject: RE: Punch the Horse October Fest
From: Oaklet

I have a thigh-painting booth at the Hull9 Fair this year, so if you are female, fit and want pea-green legs, come and spend a fiver and become a trend-setter. (Dirty Ron could only supply green paint at such short notice).


15 Oct 03 - 07:27 PM (#1036425)
Subject: RE: Punch the Horse October Fest
From: GUEST

Well I heard you could get your hand red at Hull9 Fair.


16 Oct 03 - 04:24 AM (#1036604)
Subject: RE: Punch the Horse October Fest
From: The DeanMeister

I can't recommend the cat food burgers highly enough.


16 Oct 03 - 05:16 AM (#1036626)
Subject: RE: Punch the Horse October Fest
From: Beverley Barton

my cat won't eat burgers.


16 Oct 03 - 12:19 PM (#1036858)
Subject: RE: Punch the Horse October Fest
From: ossonflags

I like cat food - dont like burgers.


16 Oct 03 - 12:32 PM (#1036865)
Subject: RE: Punch the Horse October Fest
From: ossonflags

Check this out

www.shaneweedee.com/swcatswhoeat.htm


16 Oct 03 - 01:45 PM (#1036907)
Subject: RE: Punch the Horse October Fest
From: ossonflags

OOOps!!!!! I mean this:

a href="http://www.sharieweedee.com/swcatswhoeat.htm">http://www.sharieweedee.com/swcatswhoeat.htm


16 Oct 03 - 02:26 PM (#1036934)
Subject: RE: Punch the Horse October Fest
From: ossonflags

look here


16 Oct 03 - 02:41 PM (#1036943)
Subject: RE: Punch the Horse October Fest
From: ossonflags

or what about this deany boy!!


16 Oct 03 - 02:56 PM (#1036952)
Subject: RE: Punch the Horse October Fest
From: ossonflags

You will never eat at mcdonalds again


16 Oct 03 - 06:50 PM (#1037075)
Subject: RE: Punch the Horse October Fest
From: GUEST,thumper

Our dog would me most dissappionted there is no cat in the recipes.


17 Oct 03 - 11:47 AM (#1037330)
Subject: RE: Punch the Horse October Fest
From: ossonflags

Or even be disappointed


17 Oct 03 - 12:13 PM (#1037347)
Subject: RE: Punch the Horse October Fest
From: Oaklet

Oss, you big lummox. You leave Stuart and his own curious brand of spelling alone. His maiden post from Barton-Without-Hyphens, a bit hesitant, but a real beauty. Hi mate.


17 Oct 03 - 01:45 PM (#1037388)
Subject: RE: Punch the Horse October Fest
From: KJ

Hi Thumper, glad to see you are joining in the mayhem that are PTH threads! On the theme of rabbits another vomit making website


17 Oct 03 - 01:53 PM (#1037392)
Subject: RE: Punch the Horse October Fest
From: KJ

When a bunny dies it means you are pregnant.


17 Oct 03 - 04:15 PM (#1037462)
Subject: RE: Punch the Horse October Fest
From: GUEST,thumper

I don't know KJ but the rabbit from across the road disappeared when dog on walk. We will find out.


17 Oct 03 - 06:51 PM (#1037518)
Subject: RE: Punch the Horse October Fest
From: GUEST,thumper

I have the answer to the question KJ. And it is no. But the dog enjoyed the rabbit.


17 Oct 03 - 10:30 PM (#1037585)
Subject: RE: Punch the Horse October Fest
From: Rt Revd Sir jOhn from Hull

Heloo, does anybody want there teth taking out?
i charge youi a good rate. [i give you a mudcat diss count as well],
i not got much experuience yet, so just give me a couple of quids, or by me a bear or something.,
i never wanted to be a dentist, but if i can make a few quid then why not?
its easy enough, i cant do no proper dentist jobs like fillings etc, but i can take your teeth oiut for a couple of quid if you like.


17 Oct 03 - 10:35 PM (#1037587)
Subject: RE: Punch the Horse October Fest
From: Rt Revd Sir jOhn from Hull

ps , thats a couple of quid for each teeth you want taking out, not alltogetehrer.
i goy a big comfy chair you can sit in as well, and i can playing some nice folkie music , while i take youre teeth out, if you lije, just let me know.john
save you money, them dentists is a big rip off.
NB, i am not a pro[per qualifried dentisrt, so i charge you a bit less, give you a good price, just let me knoew.jihn


18 Oct 03 - 06:02 AM (#1037651)
Subject: RE: Punch the Horse October Fest
From: KJ

jOhn, What do you charge for removing false teeths? CT


18 Oct 03 - 06:33 AM (#1037655)
Subject: RE: Punch the Horse October Fest
From: Oaklet

That was Colin Thompson


18 Oct 03 - 12:02 PM (#1037720)
Subject: RE: Punch the Horse October Fest
From: sweetfire

After that Last link Osson, i am NEVER eatin Mc Donalds again.
Knowing what is feed to those cows makes my stomack churn.
And the people who feed all that shit those cows are sick bastards.


19 Oct 03 - 04:37 AM (#1037910)
Subject: RE: Punch the Horse October Fest
From: GUEST

Oaklet, dont call me big!!!!!!!!!!

Sweet fire,for further research:



How about this


19 Oct 03 - 04:39 AM (#1037911)
Subject: RE: Punch the Horse October Fest
From: GUEST,ossonflags

and dont call me a lummox!!!!!!!!!!!!

LastGuest post was me.


20 Oct 03 - 01:51 AM (#1038188)
Subject: RE: Punch the Horse October Fest
From: ossonflags

Loved the site karen.I cant believe Americans still say "Neat"


20 Oct 03 - 01:59 AM (#1038190)
Subject: RE: Punch the Horse October Fest
From: ossonflags

I am just of to do a binkiwhiz in my neat ideas cube.


20 Oct 03 - 04:06 AM (#1038218)
Subject: RE: Punch the Horse October Fest
From: The DeanMeister

What a great thread this is.


20 Oct 03 - 04:19 AM (#1038219)
Subject: RE: Punch the Horse October Fest
From: The DeanMeister

199


20 Oct 03 - 04:20 AM (#1038221)
Subject: RE: Punch the Horse October Fest
From: The DeanMeister

200!!!!! WEHEY! What's the prize?


20 Oct 03 - 05:29 AM (#1038240)
Subject: RE: Punch the Horse October Fest
From: sweetfire

Cheat!!!


20 Oct 03 - 05:30 AM (#1038242)
Subject: RE: Punch the Horse October Fest
From: GUEST,specky

deany boy................


20 Oct 03 - 05:31 AM (#1038243)
Subject: RE: Punch the Horse October Fest
From: sweetfire

Clubbing seals is gross! Those barbaric monters who call themselves human beings are the ones who should be clubbed! So there!


20 Oct 03 - 06:15 AM (#1038250)
Subject: RE: Punch the Horse October Fest
From: GUEST,ossonflags

Here is another crowd pleaser, sweetfire

look here


20 Oct 03 - 06:24 AM (#1038251)
Subject: RE: Punch the Horse October Fest
From: GUEST,specky

yuck..............


20 Oct 03 - 06:57 AM (#1038265)
Subject: RE: Punch the Horse October Fest
From: KJ

Are they organic squirrels guaranteed free from antibiotics,hormones & forced cannibalism? Or are they the sort of thuggish beasts you see eating out of your dustbins or picking scraps up off the street?


20 Oct 03 - 07:07 AM (#1038269)
Subject: RE: Punch the Horse October Fest
From: KJ

Here's a recipe for 'Hot Air Pie'
Ingredients:
One freshly dismembered politician,
2 Onions (diced)
1 clove garlic
3 Carrots
2 Tomatoes & a squirt of tomato puree
Herbs to season
1 oxo cube
Preparation:
Lightly fry the politician & onions together until browned.
Put into large pot, chuck in some water & rest of the ingredients.
Simmer on a low heat for bloody ages as politicians are notoriously tough critters & will take a lot of tenderising. It may help if you beat seven shades of s**t out of the aforementioned politician prior to killing (oops I meant cooking)it.
Serve with a decent wine & I think you may be pleasantly suprised at how palatable they are.


20 Oct 03 - 09:20 AM (#1038338)
Subject: RE: Punch the Horse October Fest
From: Rt Revd Sir jOhn from Hull

Denister-your prize is a Big Mac from McDomalds.


20 Oct 03 - 10:52 AM (#1038399)
Subject: RE: Punch the Horse October Fest
From: The DeanMeister

Excellent! I'm starving. It's not made of Squirrels, is it?


20 Oct 03 - 11:01 AM (#1038405)
Subject: RE: Punch the Horse October Fest
From: Rt Revd Sir jOhn from Hull

FREE CURRY IN HULL

The curry ship i werk at, 9Avenue Continental, 35 Chants Ave,
is having an open night, on Wednesday, 5pm till 12,
there is free curry, you can look in the kitchen, and have a go at making sume curry, anf the Radio people are going Viking FM, and the telly people, Yorkshire TV Calender, open night is to celebrate 14th annieversery of opening, all welcome.


20 Oct 03 - 11:19 AM (#1038426)
Subject: RE: Punch the Horse October Fest
From: GUEST,thumper

Great one I will have to out with my quiver & arrows and try it out.


20 Oct 03 - 10:52 PM (#1038725)
Subject: RE: Punch the Horse October Fest
From: GUEST,ossonflags

John, I have a contact in Hessle who is growing his own chillies to sell.Jallopanos, scotch bonnets, very hot chillies etc. A selection is available from me.Would mustapha be interested?


21 Oct 03 - 05:59 AM (#1038834)
Subject: RE: Punch the Horse October Fest
From: The DeanMeister

Are the fellas going to yours this evening, Micheal? And do ya want me to come?


21 Oct 03 - 06:22 AM (#1038841)
Subject: RE: Punch the Horse October Fest
From: ossonflags

They are Peter, and yes you may, be delighted to see you.

A little something to cheer up the day:

Gone with the wind

An industrial tribunal in Sweden found that IT worker Goran Andervass was unfairly sacked for complaining when a colleague broke wind at work. The sensitive Swede rebuked his co-worker for deliberately farting in his office. "My colleague was absolutely aware of the awful smell" he said, "It was pure provocation ... and it made me terribly angry."

The colleague complained to bosses who suspended Mr Andervass over his conduct, later making him redundant. He kicked up a stink in the courts though, and was awarded £58,000 compensation.
Commenting on the case, Krister Skoglund of the Swedish Work Environment Authority ruled: "If a fart is done on purpose when going into somebody's office it is important that management takes the
matter seriously." ............and yeh, it is a true story!


21 Oct 03 - 06:36 AM (#1038845)
Subject: RE: Punch the Horse October Fest
From: The DeanMeister

I think I've worked with that guy.

What time, Mick?


21 Oct 03 - 10:17 AM (#1038933)
Subject: RE: Punch the Horse October Fest
From: sweetfire

gee i bet that guy felt daft!!!


21 Oct 03 - 10:24 AM (#1038942)
Subject: RE: Punch the Horse October Fest
From: sweetfire

Actually, that also sounds exactly like what a history teacher used to do at my school. He used to go into the next classroom, yes full of pupils, and do it! urgh, gross!!!


21 Oct 03 - 10:46 AM (#1038948)
Subject: RE: Punch the Horse October Fest
From: GUEST,ossonflags

7.30 looks good pete.Could you text andy to remind him? cant get hold of him again.


21 Oct 03 - 03:08 PM (#1039128)
Subject: RE: Punch the Horse October Fest
From: GUEST

For the few who was wondering what the national dish of 'ull was




food of the gods


21 Oct 03 - 03:10 PM (#1039131)
Subject: RE: Punch the Horse October Fest
From: GUEST,ossonflags

Drat, done it again,last guest was me again


22 Oct 03 - 05:02 AM (#1039502)
Subject: RE: Punch the Horse October Fest
From: GUEST,The Meister

Did anybody hear Terry Wogan being educated on the joys of 'Ull speak on R2 this morning? He needs further education, methinks. Les, you seem to be one of the leading exponents, perhaps you could send him further instruction?

Examples already used include
"err nerr" - an expression of dismay
"berl of cherries" - life is like a...

etc. More please?

Pete.


22 Oct 03 - 05:57 AM (#1039520)
Subject: RE: Punch the Horse October Fest
From: Bassic

The East Hull heating fuel delivery driver who, when asking directions said ...



"agoasacacurl tger t ferty fer frerm rerd. Izitun Banserm?"




Running this through the "babel fish" produces


I have a sack of coal which requires delivering to number 44 Frome Road. Is it part of the Bransholme estate?

As an aid to correct pronunciation, the "o" in agoasacacurl is short as in the word "police" and is immediatly followed by a very quick glockle stop which imediately runs into the rest of the word.

Should this not have its own thread under "Folklore" ? :-)


22 Oct 03 - 06:22 AM (#1039529)
Subject: RE: Punch the Horse October Fest
From: KJ

To make me & oakers feel at home here's a few of our local expressions:
Arse Cream : Ice Cream
Windas : Operating system for computers developed by Moikrasof
Troin : Form of transport that runs on tracks
Tittybabbi: Person or child acting immaturely, like an infant at the breast
Horse Pickle: Hospital
So Oaklet me ald mucker yow gorra feace lark a bulldog chewin' a wasp!


22 Oct 03 - 06:45 AM (#1039536)
Subject: RE: Punch the Horse October Fest
From: Oaklet

Andyowfgorraviceliakagodgleadunderthecowindoer.


22 Oct 03 - 06:55 AM (#1039540)
Subject: RE: Punch the Horse October Fest
From: GUEST,ossonflags

Ah fort ahd gerrin on it an thah while les was finkinabaht et an thah,
cos ahm nobad at this shit, me.


"durnt nah" - a stock answer to nearly any request for directions.

"nowt to do wi me" - a stock answer to nearly any request for help.

"yer whaaaht?" - can I help you?

"lickle bockle" - a small bottle

"eye eeer!" - a greeting

" it's siling down" - the weather is a trifle inclement

"ees/she's a fuckin' minger.'er/im!!" - a particularily unatractive member of the opposite sex

" Do one, dick'ead!!!!" your presence is annoying me.

" aye 'up!! ther's an 'oss on flags" - a warning - a horse on the pavement.

Sadly, because of the demise of the fishing industry some of the following are now nearly obselete.

" two blocks" - full sexual congress
" forced draft piece" a large lady
" pan of shackles" - a large container of stew
" crabby 'atch" - a candle lit supper - followed by full sexual congress



" ahm do'in a guvvy job" - I am contributing to the black economy.

" ar kids gorra start" - my brother is in employment

" ar kids gorra docker's book" - a miracle.

" ar kid's settli'n tommorer" - On the morrow my brother is recieving his commision for his monthly cruise to Bear Island / White sea/ Iceland/ Greenland etc.

" ar lass is up the duff" - my beloved is pregnant

"gonna get shit faced rurnd town,me" - some heavy drinkng in the city centre followed by a little light supper.

" eez gorra face as long as a gasmans 'mac" - some one who is very melancholic.

"sheez gorra face like a welders bench"- an unnatractive lady.

guh star' or wah les? gorra go now,me.


22 Oct 03 - 07:33 AM (#1039560)
Subject: RE: Punch the Horse October Fest
From: GUEST

merbaal fern

ferk music

Two bodies were found flerting in the Humber


22 Oct 03 - 07:47 AM (#1039566)
Subject: RE: Punch the Horse October Fest
From: GUEST,Harri Watts band (who ?)

Mick Tomlinson Experience
Are you available for October 28 at City Hotel (Hull city centre near Guidhall)

Keep strummmmingggg see you tonight at SBT


22 Oct 03 - 08:33 AM (#1039589)
Subject: RE: Punch the Horse October Fest
From: Beverley Barton

yo harri,
       dunno yet, will have to talk to sophia. are you a mudcat puppy now as well then?
         ps; we will be at spring bank tonight


22 Oct 03 - 08:46 AM (#1039599)
Subject: RE: Punch the Horse October Fest
From: Les from Hull

Will these do? Actually me nephew sent us em a bit ago. He's not from 'ull but is dad is.

Surfer/Posh name for a settee
draa waa waane /The opposite of sweet white wine
Mama mia/Here I am Mother.
Myrrh-bile/My other telephone
Me lickle perny/ A toy horse
A terld-a-merl/I informed everyone
Perch deg/A snack, usually on terst.
Spurts clairs/Garments worn by athletes.
Yerolidiz/Your annual vacation
Erk/A type of wood
Yer sir slur/You are not very quick
Rail smerl/Not very big
Burla cherries/"Life is just a................"
Rerm/Capital of Italy
Kirk-a-curler/A fizzy drink, usually served curled.
Burn idol/Extreme laziness
Bains out larkin'/The children are out playing
Gunna snerr/Winter weather expected
Rerd rage/Disgruntled drivers
Perm/A composition in verse
Yer mammal ner/Your Mother will have the information
The Nerth Pearl /The most northerly point on Earth
Erm Sweet Erm/One's place of residence
Oi! Gerreer!/Please approach me
Nerz kern/The pointed end of a rocket
Fern Curls/Telecommunications
The Perp/Head of the Roman Catholic Church
Yer jerkin'/I don't believe you
Lerds 'n lerds/Plenty
British Erm Stairs/Well known department store
Pearls/People from Poland
Err nerr!/An expression of dismay
Goin' on rerd/Going shopping
Gorra curled/I have the sniffles

Les from Hull
Pretender to the Throne of Hull


22 Oct 03 - 09:34 AM (#1039627)
Subject: RE: Punch the Horse October Fest
From: GUEST,ossonflags

eyeurdewaasfrumwitherurrunzee, wurulleegulleezzurcalleddiggers!!


22 Oct 03 - 09:57 AM (#1039641)
Subject: RE: Punch the Horse October Fest
From: sweetfire

Yo harry!!!! yeah sure we will. see ya tonite.

hey there are a few of us in Hull that don't talk like that!....you lot are talkin townie talk!

" Do one, dick'ead!!!!" your presence is annoying me.

    ......at one point this used to be all townies favourite saying, cos all townies are 'ard now aren't they?


23 Oct 03 - 04:46 AM (#1040196)
Subject: RE: Punch the Horse October Fest
From: GUEST,ossonflags

What we were trying to achieve sweetfire, was to give a cross representation of Hull speech patterns, both módern, old town,occupational slang, dialetic, estate new speak and the awful new vogue of mid atlantic/australian interrogative?


23 Oct 03 - 05:09 AM (#1040208)
Subject: RE: Punch the Horse October Fest
From: GUEST,ossonflags

At least I thought it was that?


23 Oct 03 - 06:47 AM (#1040250)
Subject: RE: Punch the Horse October Fest
From: Beverley Barton

yo dudes
       on tues 28th at city hotel opposite the guildhall, the very lovely "harri watts band" will be hosting an acoustic evening.sophia and I will be there under our new monicker "the mick tomlinson experience". BE THERE, OR BE SQUARE!!
                     el ted


23 Oct 03 - 07:58 AM (#1040274)
Subject: RE: Punch the Horse October Fest
From: GUEST,Harri Watts Band

Thanks for that El Ted

Our good friends and yours The Flat Mates have told us they will be putting in an appearance and performing 1 or 2 numbers for everyones entertainment. The more the merryyyyeeerrr


23 Oct 03 - 08:02 AM (#1040280)
Subject: RE: Punch the Horse October Fest
From: The DeanMeister

Does anyone want to purchase a fertercopier?


23 Oct 03 - 08:28 AM (#1040293)
Subject: RE: Punch the Horse October Fest
From: Beverley Barton

peter, I thought you had hit your target,shouldn't you just be tossing it off for a bit?
          anyway, do turn up chaps and marvel at mick tomlinson's hat collection! he plays harmonica too!


23 Oct 03 - 08:48 AM (#1040298)
Subject: RE: Punch the Horse October Fest
From: sweetfire

dad, what have i told you about that name...it's not gunna work!!!!


23 Oct 03 - 09:04 AM (#1040315)
Subject: RE: Punch the Horse October Fest
From: Rt Revd Sir jOhn from Hull

who is mick tomlins son? i never herd of him.


23 Oct 03 - 09:57 AM (#1040360)
Subject: RE: Punch the Horse October Fest
From: Beverley Barton

NEVER HEARD OF MICK TOMLINSON!!! you come from hull and you don't know the town's premier small builder and gob iron player! he hosts the wednesday session at spring bank tavern. PA,small stage, all very professional, you ought to come along next week john.


23 Oct 03 - 09:59 AM (#1040361)
Subject: RE: Punch the Horse October Fest
From: Rt Revd Sir jOhn from Hull

oh, i might go if i'm not doing nowt.john


23 Oct 03 - 10:12 AM (#1040372)
Subject: RE: Punch the Horse October Fest
From: Beverley Barton

pass the word round the polar bear boys john, i hear they are homeless now because that session has ended. owt on at the tap and spile these days?


23 Oct 03 - 10:23 AM (#1040383)
Subject: RE: Punch the Horse October Fest
From: Rt Revd Sir jOhn from Hull

Tap n Spile=
Mondays=Booked Acts,[usually folk/accoustic]
Tuesdays=Musicians Night
Wednesdays=Blues Night
Thursday=Jazz Night
Alternate Sunday aft =Blues sessions with Graham

there used to be a folk session every sunday night there, not sure whats happening with it, not been there on a sunday for a while.


23 Oct 03 - 10:29 AM (#1040388)
Subject: RE: Punch the Horse October Fest
From: Rt Revd Sir jOhn from Hull

El-As far as I know, the Polar Bear, still have there open mic/musicians night thing on a Wednesday, in fact Steve Noreeko was in the paper a couple of weeks plugging it, I am not aware of any other sessions at the Polar Bear.
Polar Bear is now owned by same geezer that owns the Marlborough Club, he also owns The Grafton.
I'm sure their wensday night thing is still going, as he showed me some flyers that he was distributing to promote the music night there, unless you know different?
[This was last thursday, he showed me the flyers].


23 Oct 03 - 10:32 AM (#1040391)
Subject: RE: Punch the Horse October Fest
From: Rt Revd Sir jOhn from Hull

I heard recently that somebody has started a session up at the Editorial on Spring Bank, do you know anything about this one?
Which night it is, who goes, what sort of music/songs etc?


23 Oct 03 - 11:55 AM (#1040453)
Subject: RE: Punch the Horse October Fest
From: GUEST,ossonflags

Is he also known as "Muddy Humber Mick" ?


23 Oct 03 - 12:46 PM (#1040481)
Subject: RE: Punch the Horse October Fest
From: GUEST

When are PTH playing next and where aznd will that young lass who plays the fiddle be there as well?

Questions that demand answers now!


24 Oct 03 - 04:09 AM (#1040869)
Subject: RE: Punch the Horse October Fest
From: The DeanMeister

Funny you should ask, Guest. The equine pugilists are scheduled to appear at the Rose and Crown, Hornsea, on Saturday 1st November, with the lovely Nikki displaying her beauty and musical virtuosity for the benefit of the good people of Holderness. Following that, the following Sunday sees the return of the magnificent Oakley for the final appearance at the Sun Inn, Beverley.

I'm currently treating the imminent re-emergence of PTH with a little alarm. I got the pot off my hand on Wednesday, and currently it feels worse than before I went to hospital. Movement is severely restricted, a large part of my thumb is completely numb, and any attempt to grip anything hard in my left hand (like, say, the neck of a guitar) is greeted with a bolt of excruciating pain in my hand and forearm. But, hey, it's still a week away, and I'm 'ard, me.

KJ.....????


24 Oct 03 - 05:08 AM (#1040894)
Subject: RE: Punch the Horse October Fest
From: GUEST

You could get some Physio on it. That would help.

So is this gig in Hornsea a private affair or can anybody go?

I like that lass who plays the fiddle I think she's loverly and a good fiddle player too.


24 Oct 03 - 05:51 AM (#1040905)
Subject: RE: Punch the Horse October Fest
From: GUEST,ossonflags

Come on guest put a name up!!!! We don't do demand,by the way.

However, here are one or two pieces of information . "Punch the Horse "gigs are always public except when they aint - weddings etc..You are more than welcome to attend the Hornsea one.

Nikki is the girl who plays the fiddle, and yes, we think she is exceptional.

The gig at the "Sun" will be the last one we do there (maybe) but it is NOT the end of "Punch Tne Horse"!!! we have bookings to the end off this year and a long list of gigs for 2004.

Sorry to hear all about the o'wld arm axeman, talk to me soon,please.


24 Oct 03 - 06:43 AM (#1040920)
Subject: RE: Punch the Horse October Fest
From: Hand-Pulled Boy

A good looking fiddle player? Now there's a thing. Are you listening Baldy?
'HarriWatts Band seek Object of Desire. Musical ability optional.'


24 Oct 03 - 07:00 AM (#1040930)
Subject: RE: Punch the Horse October Fest
From: GUEST,ossonflags

Were ya from, hand reared?


24 Oct 03 - 07:28 AM (#1040938)
Subject: RE: Punch the Horse October Fest
From: GUEST


24 Oct 03 - 07:53 AM (#1040944)
Subject: RE: Punch the Horse October Fest
From: KJ

Sorry to hear you're having problems DeanMeister, it may well be down to the fact that your hand's readjusting to full movement again, theres always muscle wastage when you have an immobilised limb. Guest is right you need to see a physio for diagnosis & specific exercises, I'm suprised you weren't referred on from the fracture/surgical clinic. Get down to your GP & insist on a referral.I wouldn't push it too hard until you've seen someone, you don't want to be causing permanent damage!


24 Oct 03 - 08:00 AM (#1040945)
Subject: RE: Punch the Horse October Fest
From: Beverley Barton

"hand pulled boy" is that you mr harrison?


24 Oct 03 - 08:06 AM (#1040947)
Subject: RE: Punch the Horse October Fest
From: GUEST

That last guest wasn't this guest by the way.

A name Ossonflags? I haven't got one!

Anyway I might come to the Hornsea gig if I'm doing nowt and its not too far to travel. Where is Hornsea by the way?

and....

What do you mean you don't do demand?


24 Oct 03 - 10:17 AM (#1041035)
Subject: RE: Punch the Horse October Fest
From: The DeanMeister

Mick, don't panic too much, it's getting a little better each day. Talk to ya next week? Difficult to predict. I really wanna play on saturday. I'm taking it a bit at a time. Think it'll be ok, mate.


24 Oct 03 - 10:29 AM (#1041042)
Subject: RE: Punch the Horse October Fest
From: The DeanMeister

Incidentally, Guest No. 1. Hands off, she's spoken for. By a very long queue!


24 Oct 03 - 12:06 PM (#1041115)
Subject: RE: Punch the Horse October Fest
From: GUEST

Tut tut The DeanMiester don't you know who I am? Here's a clue I play the fiddle and I'm at the front of the waiting list. Know who I am now?


24 Oct 03 - 01:51 PM (#1041174)
Subject: RE: Punch the Horse October Fest
From: KJ

You be careful Deanie boy, don't want to risk permanent damage now. Good job it's not your right hand or you may well be subjecting it to overuse.


24 Oct 03 - 01:53 PM (#1041175)
Subject: RE: Punch the Horse October Fest
From: KJ

P.S Trust me I'm a madwife!


24 Oct 03 - 01:57 PM (#1041176)
Subject: RE: Punch the Horse October Fest
From: KJ

THUMPER here is the link to the music software.


25 Oct 03 - 05:34 AM (#1041508)
Subject: RE: Punch the Horse October Fest
From: GUEST,ossonflags

Peter,dear boy, panic is not in the mighty ossonflags vocabulary.Just a tad concerned about your welfare.I have been off hire since tuesday with the dreaded flu - hoping to be better-ish for rogs sess on the morrow!! see ya there?


25 Oct 03 - 05:44 AM (#1041511)
Subject: RE: Punch the Horse October Fest
From: Hand-Pulled Boy

Back to music. Anyone going to see Kate Rusby at Wetherby on Monday night? Look out for 2 baldies and the secrets will be revealed !


25 Oct 03 - 06:37 AM (#1041523)
Subject: RE: Punch the Horse October Fest
From: GUEST,Legend

Are these 2 baldies playing with Kate Rusby, or would they like to be playing with Kate ?


25 Oct 03 - 09:39 AM (#1041591)
Subject: RE: Punch the Horse October Fest
From: KJ

Look you lot, our own Ayatollah has been to the far flung corners of the universe to bring back for our delight & edification a picture of a bog (in the toilet sense that is!!). I think he is trying to tell us that there are far worse bogs than that to be found at The George on a tuesday night. See barton/sloop/coach/george thread. I am now going back to bed because I am working, so that when you are all asleep in your beds I can put the clock BACK one hour at 2 am and look forward to an extra hours work, oh what beautificacious joy!!!!!(bollocks,bollocks,bollocks I am not a happy bunny!)


25 Oct 03 - 08:28 PM (#1041796)
Subject: RE: Punch the Horse October Fest
From: Rt Revd Sir jOhn from Hull

wohe are you GUEST? are you local?


26 Oct 03 - 03:15 AM (#1041910)
Subject: RE: Punch the Horse October Fest
From: GUEST,thumper

Thanks for the website. I have added to my favorites. Good pictures on the other thread.


26 Oct 03 - 03:37 AM (#1041912)
Subject: RE: Punch the Horse October Fest
From: The DeanMeister

Hmmm...fiddle player....? Front of queue.....? Hello, Nikki!!!

Can anybody tell me what the hell I'm doing in my office at 8am on a Sunday morning..??????? Think I must be coming down with something!


26 Oct 03 - 05:13 AM (#1041923)
Subject: RE: Punch the Horse October Fest
From: GUEST

Not local jOhn from Hull.

Wrong DeanMeister.

Hehehehe!


26 Oct 03 - 05:20 AM (#1041925)
Subject: RE: Punch the Horse October Fest
From: The DeanMeister

Hmmmm. Def not Oakley. Got me thinkin now....

Not sure I know any other male fiddle players. Giz a clue.....?


26 Oct 03 - 05:33 AM (#1041926)
Subject: RE: Punch the Horse October Fest
From: smallpiper

She likes me a lot!


26 Oct 03 - 05:35 AM (#1041927)
Subject: RE: Punch the Horse October Fest
From: smallpiper

Which means Deanie boy I'm still alive and kicking, thanks for asking.
By the way what are you doing in work today?
And I know who guest is - not me but a certain fiddle player that Nikki likes even more than me or you.


26 Oct 03 - 05:40 AM (#1041928)
Subject: RE: Punch the Horse October Fest
From: The DeanMeister

Oh....THAT fiddle player....!

He doesn't play fair. Anyway, I'll be on stage with her next week, not him. So there. I reckon I'm still ahead in the queue.

Hey John, where you been hiding....???


26 Oct 03 - 05:44 AM (#1041929)
Subject: RE: Punch the Horse October Fest
From: smallpiper

I'm not hiding! Just going through a little crisis of confidence that's all.

You know the one "Nobody loves me, everybody hates me, think I'll go eat worms" sort of stuff!

Also been spending a lot of time in forn parts.


26 Oct 03 - 05:48 AM (#1041930)
Subject: RE: Punch the Horse October Fest
From: The DeanMeister

Well, nobody does love you. Forn parts being Sheffield way, one presumes...? ;o)


26 Oct 03 - 05:55 AM (#1041932)
Subject: RE: Punch the Horse October Fest
From: smallpiper

Homfirth, London etc I'm even off to Durham next week to see you know who :-)


26 Oct 03 - 06:03 AM (#1041935)
Subject: RE: Punch the Horse October Fest
From: The DeanMeister

Give her a big cuddle from me? I'll see her Saturday. I'll be the one with the stupid grin and the sore hand.


26 Oct 03 - 06:08 AM (#1041937)
Subject: RE: Punch the Horse October Fest
From: The DeanMeister

Perhaps I should have phrased that slightly differently!!!!


26 Oct 03 - 06:10 AM (#1041938)
Subject: RE: Punch the Horse October Fest
From: smallpiper

Why it sounds prety acurate!

I might come along to the Hornsea gig meself


26 Oct 03 - 06:44 AM (#1041944)
Subject: RE: Punch the Horse October Fest
From: The DeanMeister

Hey, guys, check this out.

http://game.panlogic.net/

My top score is 16 so far....


26 Oct 03 - 06:47 AM (#1041945)
Subject: RE: Punch the Horse October Fest
From: The DeanMeister

Silly Game for those boring moments


26 Oct 03 - 06:49 AM (#1041947)
Subject: RE: Punch the Horse October Fest
From: The DeanMeister

17!!


26 Oct 03 - 06:58 AM (#1041951)
Subject: RE: Punch the Horse October Fest
From: The DeanMeister

And this is a lovely site for Oakley

Perfect after a hard day on the farm....


27 Oct 03 - 05:04 AM (#1042380)
Subject: RE: Punch the Horse October Fest
From: sweetfire

I'm worried about you pete....


27 Oct 03 - 09:45 AM (#1042525)
Subject: RE: Punch the Horse October Fest
From: smallpiper

No need to worry about Pete sf. He's always like this!


27 Oct 03 - 10:11 AM (#1042540)
Subject: RE: Punch the Horse October Fest
From: The DeanMeister

Ahem. I have just sold a copier. I think I still have a job. I am pleased.

Now, Where's the bar?


27 Oct 03 - 01:39 PM (#1042688)
Subject: RE: Punch the Horse October Fest
From: Les from Hull

What did the photocopier salesman say to the barmaid?

'Same again, please!'


27 Oct 03 - 08:15 PM (#1042908)
Subject: RE: Punch the Horse October Fest
From: smallpiper

Whizzle figgle nik nik nik?


27 Oct 03 - 08:16 PM (#1042909)
Subject: RE: Punch the Horse October Fest
From: smallpiper

oops sorry that was caused by fizz electromagpopnetic fiz from sun spotszap ouch anyone seen the northren lights pop crackle fizz zap ouch!


28 Oct 03 - 04:33 AM (#1043036)
Subject: RE: Punch the Horse October Fest
From: The DeanMeister

Very droll, Les. (nice, though!)


28 Oct 03 - 04:57 AM (#1043047)
Subject: RE: Punch the Horse October Fest
From: GUEST,ossonflags

Just to remind all our loyal fans and supporters, "Punch the Horse" will be playing at the "Rose and Crown" Hornsea this very saturday night )start.All welcome.


28 Oct 03 - 05:35 AM (#1043060)
Subject: RE: Punch the Horse October Fest
From: Beverley Barton

it's getting close........... who's going to get post number 300?


28 Oct 03 - 07:58 AM (#1043099)
Subject: RE: Punch the Horse October Fest
From: Beverley Barton

ok you chickens!!!! i'll take 294


29 Oct 03 - 05:06 AM (#1043652)
Subject: RE: Punch the Horse October Fest
From: smallpiper

a bit of brinkmanship going on here me thinks


29 Oct 03 - 05:15 AM (#1043657)
Subject: RE: Punch the Horse October Fest
From: Beverley Barton

i agree my small chum, let's force the pace a bit eh? i am feeling generous as i hit 100 on "the page that dare not speak it's name"


29 Oct 03 - 05:20 AM (#1043659)
Subject: RE: Punch the Horse October Fest
From: smallpiper

I see you've got the hang of this Collour thingy then!


29 Oct 03 - 05:26 AM (#1043663)
Subject: RE: Punch the Horse October Fest
From: Beverley Barton

i'd like to reply old fruit, but i daren't! because that would take up post 298!


29 Oct 03 - 06:05 AM (#1043676)
Subject: RE: Punch the Horse October Fest
From: The DeanMeister

Is it just me, or is there a distinct lack of class drivel on this thread recently?


29 Oct 03 - 06:07 AM (#1043678)
Subject: RE: Punch the Horse October Fest
From: The DeanMeister

300. So there. Who's your daddy?


29 Oct 03 - 06:09 AM (#1043679)
Subject: RE: Punch the Horse October Fest
From: GUEST,ossonflags

Hang on a bit!!!!!!!!!! This isupposed to be a sitwe about promoting punch the horse,


29 Oct 03 - 06:13 AM (#1043681)
Subject: RE: Punch the Horse October Fest
From: GUEST,ossonflags

How did you do that, you bounder?!!!! You must have been up all night waiting for that.


29 Oct 03 - 10:13 AM (#1043812)
Subject: RE: Punch the Horse October Fest
From: The DeanMeister

A sitwe? Micheal, I believe all this thread has ever done is talk complete tripe, and make PTH infamous globally. Long live the thread.


29 Oct 03 - 10:21 AM (#1043816)
Subject: RE: Punch the Horse October Fest
From: Beverley Barton

i concur! mick is losing it! on t,other thread about new beverley venue he,s asked us all to turn up at 3am!!
          exactly what medication are you taking for that flu mick? is it guiness flavoured?
                     the true path!!


29 Oct 03 - 11:11 AM (#1043847)
Subject: RE: Punch the Horse October Fest
From: smallpiper

Ah Ted me bhouy any real session worth its salt doesn't get started untill 3.00am. So if you've got an invite to one that does it means your in!


29 Oct 03 - 11:14 AM (#1043849)
Subject: RE: Punch the Horse October Fest
From: Beverley Barton

I'd better get out my "play bert jansch in a day " book then and have a practise.


29 Oct 03 - 11:16 AM (#1043851)
Subject: RE: Punch the Horse October Fest
From: smallpiper

What do you want to play Bert jansch for? Confused??


29 Oct 03 - 04:10 PM (#1044034)
Subject: RE: Punch the Horse October Fest
From: Noreen

Hello to equine pugilists and friends, from Patchogue, Long Island, New York :0)

(This is cheaper than a postcard and I don't need a stamp)


30 Oct 03 - 09:41 AM (#1044502)
Subject: RE: Punch the Horse October Fest
From: smallpiper

I might go to the Hornsea PtH gig if I'm doing nowt - I might even give Nikki a lift if she wants one - I'll ask her tonight when I see her at the seeion in Durham :-)


31 Oct 03 - 04:20 AM (#1045128)
Subject: RE: Punch the Horse October Fest
From: sweetfire

Ah Noreen! Nice to hear from you hunny! I think everybody should give Noreen a cheer...for being the first mudcatter to post something from America...... ;-)


31 Oct 03 - 06:44 AM (#1045166)
Subject: RE: Punch the Horse October Fest
From: The DeanMeister

Erm...is anyone gonna tell her....? Nah, let's leave it.


31 Oct 03 - 09:59 AM (#1045258)
Subject: RE: Punch the Horse October Fest
From: sweetfire

heh heh....