Author Topic: Fionntamhnach's Sunday Special Caption Competition - The Three Stooges Edition  (Read 470 times)

Fionntamhnach

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Fighting against ignorance on the internet since 1999. It's just taking longer than I hoped.

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Jeffrey - "Sammy, look. Doddsy is thinking about leaving Diane again & running off with Arlene". Sammy - "He'd better not. Arlene's mine". "
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Dodds "Ah sure, if we get Betty to do a royal visit, then by the time of the election they'll have forgotten about this debacle"

Wilson "Fcuk off, cnut. That might work in Belfast, but not in Larne"

Donaldson "Arise Lord Wilson of Dalriada"

Wilson "Now you're talking. And what sort of bunsen burner does that attract?"
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A two-tiered championship they say, does that mean Northern Ireland gets best if both worlds.

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Right lads it's agreed. We are sending Ian Og to the Nolan Show on Monday
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Jeffrey - "Emma, don't stop what you're doing".
Sammy - "I'm next".
Dodds - "Thank the Lord i was first go".

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Sammy: Jeffrey, you could do Daniel impersonations, I could do Chippendales, but poor Dodsy will be fucked in a United Ireland.

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Let's distract the people back in God fearing Ulster with talk of that bridge to Scotland again.
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