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    Making jokes about... or jibes aimed at... Germans.


    e.g.

    Q - How many Germans does it take to change a light bulb?

    A - Just the one, because they're extremely efficient but not very funny.


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    Quote Originally Posted by weecounty hibby View Post
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    Haggis. How ****ing good is Haggis? Add in turnip mashed with some butter and cream and it is a delicacy!
    I made Balmoral chicken yesterday. Crumbled a little extra haggis into the mashed potatoes too.

    This morning took the leftover haggis that didn't go into the chicken and fried it up with an egg for breakfast. Dash of hot sauce on the top.

    All of it delicious and just shows how versatile haggis is. Love it.


    Do you think your security can keep you in purity, you will not shake us off above or below. Scottish friction, Scottish fiction

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    Sitting in the house with the heating on level toast and a nice hot cuppa, watching a swirling snowstorm at -11c in the garden.

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    My colleagues - my supervisor was clearing out his flat and came across a hipflask in presentation box from Lewis Stevenson's testimonial and knew that as a Hibs fan, I'd appreciate it more than him.

    Turns out that a lot of my colleague's friends growing up are the same as Lewis's friends, and Lewis asked him for a selfie to send to his mates. My colleague isn't a football fan, had been working at the dinner and received the hipflask so it perked up his evening a fair bit


    Do you think your security can keep you in purity, you will not shake us off above or below. Scottish friction, Scottish fiction

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    Going on to Twitter this morning and being suggested this as a funny tweet I might enjoy:

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    Mon the Hibs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by danhibees1875 View Post
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    Going on to Twitter this morning and being suggested this as a funny tweet I might enjoy:

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    I just posted this on the main board, but it's even more appropriate for this thread;

    The thought of Brora Rangers player getting up this morning at 4.00am to get ready for his day job on the fishing boats having just played in, and won, a Scottish Cup tie against the Gorgie Galacticos, knowing that in all probability, they're not home yet.
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    One off the wrist in the shower (no offence)

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    Toyah and Robertís Sunday Lunch.

    Search for it on YouTube.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hibby6270 View Post
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    Toyah and Robertís Sunday Lunch.

    Search for it on YouTube.
    Happened across their videos a few months back, thought she'd had a wardrobe malfunction the first time, then I twigged she's just an exhibitionist.
    To be fair, at 60+ years old, she's maintained her assets well 🙄

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    Quote Originally Posted by speedy_gonzales View Post
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    Happened across their videos a few months back, thought she'd had a wardrobe malfunction the first time, then I twigged she's just an exhibitionist.
    To be fair, at 60+ years old, she's maintained her assets well 🙄
    Wondering if she will equally outstanding when the cold weather wears off.

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    Discovering something that is almost on your doorstep that you had no clue was there by accident.

    I was out a walk the other day and came across the Craignetinny Marbles. About a 15 minute walk from my house in a city I have lived in for the vast majority of my life and I had never seen it before. It's an impressive structure and is a visual example of the urbanisation of Edinburgh. When it was built it would have been in acres of land, now it's hidden from the main road by hundreds of houses.
    PM Awards General Poster of The Year 2015, 2016, 2017. Probably robbed in other years

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    Quote Originally Posted by hibby6270 View Post
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    Toyah and Robertís Sunday Lunch.

    Search for it on YouTube.
    He was really struggling with his depression and was furious as he thought Toyah was trying to make him look like a clown. She said that was the point, to not take things so seriously and apparently theyíve helped.

    I really like them.


    Do you think your security can keep you in purity, you will not shake us off above or below. Scottish friction, Scottish fiction

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    Seeing our new business named as one of the top Chippys in Edinburgh
    by Edinburgh Evening news readers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Scouse Hibee View Post
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    Seeing our new business named as one of the top Chippys in Edinburgh
    by Edinburgh Evening news readers.
    Congratulations, where are you? I'll make it a priority to pay you a visit next time I'm back. I normally have fish n chips for the first 4-5 days when back in Edinburgh.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hibrandenburg View Post
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    Congratulations, where are you? I'll make it a priority to pay you a visit next time I'm back. I normally have fish n chips for the first 4-5 days when back in Edinburgh.
    Broughton Street, donít forget to introduce yourself 😁

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    Quote Originally Posted by Scouse Hibee View Post
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    Broughton Street, donít forget to introduce yourself 😁
    Definitely. Mouths watering now just thinking about it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Scouse Hibee View Post
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    Seeing our new business named as one of the top Chippys in Edinburgh
    by Edinburgh Evening news readers.
    Congratulations, that's some achievement in such a short space of time!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Scouse Hibee View Post
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    Seeing our new business named as one of the top Chippys in Edinburgh
    by Edinburgh Evening news readers.


    brilliant mate, congratulations

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pretty Boy View Post
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    Discovering something that is almost on your doorstep that you had no clue was there by accident.

    I was out a walk the other day and came across the Craignetinny Marbles. About a 15 minute walk from my house in a city I have lived in for the vast majority of my life and I had never seen it before. It's an impressive structure and is a visual example of the urbanisation of Edinburgh. When it was built it would have been in acres of land, now it's hidden from the main road by hundreds of houses.
    My aunt and uncle live close by, so I've always taken it for granted. My wife walked past it recently and thought it was very impressive. There's loads in Edinburgh that I should appreciate more.

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    In the mornings, getting the time for a proper lazy poo. Newspaper, check social media, get a bit of music on, pins and needles in your legs but time that is completely your own.


    Do you think your security can keep you in purity, you will not shake us off above or below. Scottish friction, Scottish fiction

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    Tv shows like the repair shop. Just a good honest programme that doesnít try and be something itís not and makes you smile watching it.

    United we stand here....

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    Quote Originally Posted by lord bunberry View Post
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    Tv shows like the repair shop. Just a good honest programme that doesnít try and be something itís not and makes you smile watching it.
    Great programme and quite emotional at times when something very sentimental to the owner has been restored.

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    Saying totally outrageous things just to provoke a reaction from my partner. I wouldn't repeat any of them in public,I don't believe any of them and she knows that but if I get it just dead pan enough it still shocks her.

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    Discovering something that is almost on your doorstep that you had no clue was there by accident.

    I was out a walk the other day and came across the Craignetinny Marbles. About a 15 minute walk from my house in a city I have lived in for the vast majority of my life and I had never seen it before. It's an impressive structure and is a visual example of the urbanisation of Edinburgh. When it was built it would have been in acres of land, now it's hidden from the main road by hundreds of houses.
    Never knew the official title.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pretty Boy View Post
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    Discovering something that is almost on your doorstep that you had no clue was there by accident.

    I was out a walk the other day and came across the Craignetinny Marbles. About a 15 minute walk from my house in a city I have lived in for the vast majority of my life and I had never seen it before. It's an impressive structure and is a visual example of the urbanisation of Edinburgh. When it was built it would have been in acres of land, now it's hidden from the main road by hundreds of houses.
    I've amazed a few passers-by by showing them the interior of St Bernards Well (via Internet images), a hidden marvel of the capital.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Scouse Hibee View Post
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    Broughton Street, donít forget to introduce yourself 😁
    Whatís the name of your place mate? Iím working on Dundas St now, so will be sure to try it out.

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    I posted this on the wrong thread last night so I'll repatriate it to here.

    One of my cousins who stays in darkest Englandshire has an 18 year old daughter, Ella, who has Down syndrome.

    He often shares stories about her exploits on Facebook, where we laugh (a lot) with her - not at her.

    Here's last night's episode.

    "I like this song I might do it on my karaoke Saturday.....what is it???"

    "Well Ella, it's the Polish national anthem "

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    Quote Originally Posted by Northernhibee View Post
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    In the mornings, getting the time for a proper lazy poo. Newspaper, check social media, get a bit of music on, pins and needles in your legs but time that is completely your own.
    Thatís a good one!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Scouse Hibee View Post
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    Great programme and quite emotional at times when something very sentimental to the owner has been restored.
    Absolutely. Watching the restorers at work is brilliant as well. If that was done in America youíd have people shouting and swearing in order to make it more edgy.

    United we stand here....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Scouse Hibee View Post
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    Seeing our new business named as one of the top Chippys in Edinburgh
    by Edinburgh Evening news readers.

    Delighted to hear that.



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