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Dave B

Dave B

Maybe I am thick (I can hear cries of affirmation already!) but I can't work out how you get images into the gallery for inclusion in posts.

Can someone give me a clue as to where the instructions are?
Judders Lady...

I doubt very much it is true.
The judge would have halted the witness and immediately suggested that she answer  yes or no.

Must say... If only that was true... Would have made most jurors day.


Judders Lady...

Dave B wrote:
Maybe I am thick (I can hear cries of affirmation already!) but I can't work out how you get images into the gallery for inclusion in posts.

Can someone give me a clue as to where the instructions are?


Once you have hit the quote/reply button.
Below the post box in blue it says Attach File.

Click on and it should show another box and click on browse and the rest will be easy.
Dave B

Evidence indicates that it is just a joke - I would love it to be true though!l

Try Googling it.
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I hope the OP is true

These I can vouch for.

My mother (85) has always had a knack of saying or doing something unfortunate in apparent total innocence. Normally she could get a higher degree in prudery!

When we were teenagers in the 60s passion killers were all the rage. They were colourful knickers which came down to the knee and were seen below one's mini skirt, which were also the rage. My mother wore them too, although they didn't show under her skirt. She liked to warm her bottom in front of the fire in the breakfast room, and raised her skirt at the back in order to do so. One day we came home from school to find the pastor of our pentecostal church sitting on the sofa with his tongue hanging out, and eyes popping! Mum was so engrossed in her conversation she had so far forgotten herself, she was warming her bot, her blue passion killers were well on display! It was only when she saw her four daughters semaphoring madly from behind the sofa that she realised her faux pas! We have never let her live that one down.

My Dad was a senior politician and together they attended many functions. At one such function the guest speaker told some very risque jokes peppered with double entendres. They didn't go down very well with the assembled company! However, his last joke, which was pretty filthy, had my Mum clapping and cheering, "Bravo, Bravo!' She hadn't appreciated it had two meanings, and was clapping the innocent one! My poor father was nearly under the table in embarrassment!

My Mother used the verb "to bonk" to mean smack or slap in a playful way, not realising it had a very different meaning. You can imagine her four daughters' reaction when she was exchanging a few quips with a cheeky young man of our acquaintance, and Mum exclaimed, "I shall have to bonk you"!  That was a wet knicker moment, we laughed so much!  

The 'piece de resistance' was at a friend's wedding in the mid 90s. The bride and groom were in their 70s, the bride had known my parents since WW2, the groom had been a high ranking officer in the Paras. At the reception Mum went to congratulate the groom and the catch on her very expensive designer skirt somehow came loose, and it fell down to her ankles revealing her slip. Being an officer and gentleman he naturally wished to help the damsel in distress, and tried to assist Mum in pulling it back up. However, in doing so he made matters worse and pulled her slip up too revealing Mum's knickers. The bride was none too pleased as you can imagine! When my Dad was recounting this tale, at our home somewhile later, tears of laughter were running down his cheeks, and mother was urging him to keep quiet! I remember I lay on the floor clutching my stomach, it was very painful after my hysterical laughter!

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