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The Icon Bar: The Playpen: The Double Entendre thread
 
  The Double Entendre thread
  Phlamethrower (00:07 31/12/2006)
  tribbles (10:31 31/12/2006)
    Phlamethrower (19:58 18/6/2007)
      VincceH (22:12 18/6/2007)
        monkeyson2 (22:21 18/6/2007)
          rich (22:43 18/6/2007)
            filecore (05:06 19/6/2007)
              Phlamethrower (17:43 14/9/2007)
                rich (14:34 20/9/2007)
                  andypoole (17:49 20/9/2007)
                    Phlamethrower (17:55 20/9/2007)
                      pvigay (07:43 21/9/2007)
                        ilcook (17:22 21/9/2007)
 
Jeffrey Lee Message #96408, posted by Phlamethrower at 00:07, 31/12/2006
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"I never knew she had it in her!"
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Jason Tribbeck Message #96416, posted by tribbles at 10:31, 31/12/2006, in reply to message #96408
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Woman walks into a bar and asks the barman for a double entendre. So he gave her one.
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Jeffrey Lee Message #103074, posted by Phlamethrower at 19:58, 18/6/2007, in reply to message #96416
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This thread worked well, didn't it?

Anyway, I saw a great one today. There's some building work being done along the high street, on some of the shops. Lots of signs outside saying "business as usual", etc. But the building firm also have one that says ""Working hard"". Which, in itself, is a double entendre. But even moreso because they did have quotation marks around it - presumably because it's a quote from someone - but it also serves to highlight the double-entendre-ness even more, like they were aware of its other meaning as they wrote it.
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VinceH Message #103089, posted by VincceH at 22:12, 18/6/2007, in reply to message #103074
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When I'm driving, I can say that I have a big 'ard thing sticking out in front of me, and I'm not being rude when I do so because I'm referring, of course, to the winch mount on my car.

It nearly went right up some woman's behind on the way home today. Angel


[Edited by VincceH at 23:14, 18/6/2007]
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Phil Mellor Message #103091, posted by monkeyson2 at 22:21, 18/6/2007, in reply to message #103089
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"winch mount"
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Richard Goodwin Message #103094, posted by rich at 22:43, 18/6/2007, in reply to message #103091
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"winch mount"
More entendre-y if it had been called a "wench mount".

At the weekend we got talking to an old couple at a nature reserve, and Dad (it was Father's Day after all) said that Common Terns were like supermodels - lovely to look at, but disappointing when they opened their mouths. Which almost had me snickering anyway. But the old geezer replied that he "hadn't come across many supermodels". I had to resist opening my mouth, it was quite hard etc.
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Jason Togneri Message #103108, posted by filecore at 05:06, 19/6/2007, in reply to message #103094

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From a book I'm reading: "his resolve stiffened". Resolve, eh? As good a name as any, I suppose...
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Jeffrey Lee Message #104426, posted by Phlamethrower at 17:43, 14/9/2007, in reply to message #103108
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Richard Goodwin Message #104487, posted by rich at 14:34, 20/9/2007, in reply to message #104426
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And for those of you wondering why they can't see said image, turn off advert blocking.
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Andrew Poole Message #104492, posted by andypoole at 17:49, 20/9/2007, in reply to message #104487

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And for those of you wondering why they can't see said image, turn off advert blocking.
Followed by swift slappery of the person who posted it.
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Jeffrey Lee Message #104495, posted by Phlamethrower at 17:55, 20/9/2007, in reply to message #104492
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What! It's not my fault that the first time I looked at the ad it said that tongue
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Paul Vigay Message #104520, posted by pvigay at 07:43, 21/9/2007, in reply to message #104495

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Talking of double entendres, did anyone see the hidden lives documentary on Kenneth Williams a couple of weeks back? A seriously funny man on camera, but sad and lonely behind the camera, like quite a few of our great comedians. The one on Frankie Howard was quite sad too.
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Ian Cook Message #104526, posted by ilcook at 17:22, 21/9/2007, in reply to message #104520
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Talking of double entendres, did anyone see the hidden lives documentary on Kenneth Williams a couple of weeks back? A seriously funny man on camera, but sad and lonely behind the camera, like quite a few of our great comedians. The one on Frankie Howard was quite sad too.
What about Ken Dodd then?
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