Free Association - Part 4!!

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    The super sized people of Hemel Hempstead who ate alfresco today were sent to Hospital with frostbite.:eek::eek::eek:
     
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    Our outside weather reporter Al Fresco was today taken to Hospital with frostbite after putting to many ice cubes in his gin and tonic
     
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    Al Fresco was released from hospital today just in time for his 12 step program
     
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    Al Fresco was among the guests at the 12 step programme, which he thought was a fondue, but a bit cheesy
     
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    Hi my name is Al and I'm a fondueholic. I'm also addicted to Limberger and Camenbert .
     
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    Being a fondueholic Al also liked Cheese on toast, made by his wife, a Welsh rarebit.
     
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    Singer Tom Jones the Toast of the Town dined on Welsh rarebit......its not unusual.
     
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    After his 24th slice of Welsh rarebit, Tom threw up……singing …..forgive me Delilah I just couldn’t take any more.
     
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    Delilah placed her kitten in Tom Jones lap while she went for Alka-Seltzer. Then he started singing Whats new Pussycat?
     
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    Delilah returned and taking the Kitten back sat with it on her knee, Tom looked over and sang I who have nothing.
     
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    Tom Jones sang so much he lost his voice. He called his friend Boy George to cover his appearance at the Palladium.
     
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    Boy George sang "substitute" with the Who as a backing group
     
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    Boy George sang substitute with the Who backing him with Derek Acorah channeling Keith Moon.
     
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    Derek Acorah banged his own drum as he got into the spirit of things with Keith Moon and Gene Krupa .
     
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    Keith Moon and Gene Krupa both shredded their drum sets as a cymbol of brotherhood
     
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    The brotherhood of Man song “United we stand” was a symbolic gesture to all football clubs with United in their name
     
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    All hail Manchester United as everyone in the pub lifts a pint and bets a pound in it to win it!
     
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    Aboard the *Saucy Sue” they lifted their pints in salute to the Manchester Ship Canal
     
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    The Manchester Ship Canal couldn't float a potato chip at low tide. All aboard the *Saucy Sue" drank all their pints dry and waited for the high tide.
     
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    At high tide the “Saucy Sue” floated down to Ellesmere where they drunk the port by the pint, before heading out to sea totally Brahms and liszt.
     

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