A little Hush and Order for the next inexpensive turn at the wheel tappers and shunters club.
Sandy Posey (1966) remember listing to this on the old steam radio I’d built from a kit.
Down at the local tavern Smurfettes were gargling Baby I love you their 1960's hit.
Unfortunately the Ice Blue Secret Deodorant was also a dye and the shopkeepers all ended up looking like smurfs.
This was very popular down the local youth club – table tennis and Percy Sledge what more could you ask for in 1966 ????
And then there was the couple who were so hard up that she decided to go on the streets.
After 3 hours she came back in, exhausted.
A little boy gets separated from his Mother in a supermarket.
The assistant asks "What's your mummy like?"
"Big dicks and Vodka! he replies ...
Satellite navigation could be compulsory for gravy boats
Marbles – Only one woman 1968
Marmalade – Reflections of my life 1969
The Air fresheners ran out, so the shopkeepers ran after them and tried to lasso as many as possible.
The pythons joined the panthers and sang their new song about windy sausages, called we all love frankfarters (similar to the Spam song).
Roll up, Roll up, get your Cato burgers before the panthers eat them all.
This gyroscope keeps me on an even keel
After 10 mins Cato tried to hit the pink panthers with a baseball bat, it was a wild cat strike.
Cato accidently infiltrated Inspector Clouseau with his latest judo throw and was promptly arrested by the pink panther disguised as Commissioner...
Clouseau disguised as a sign post directed all the spies into a mincer to become mince spies
The odds were stacked against me so I countered with the evens
Where I used to live we had
Flesh Hovel Lane (name originates from the abattoir that used to be there.)
The platters – The great pretender – this is really back in the day and just about within my life time.
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