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Offline Peterf

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O.P. « 2011-Apr-29, 09:54 AM »
Hopefully will be back on line next week.

In the meantime here are a few teasers...

Episode one: Thrill to how our hero got thrown out of one restaurant and two sports bars in one afternoon!!

Episode two: The spellbinding story of how Mrs Peterf got arrested by a speeding policeman and escaped by vomiting in his hat! Mrs PF naturally vehemently denies this truth!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Episode three: Thrill to the adventures of Abbott and Costello, the brain dead used car salesmen!

Episode four: Marvel at how peterf discovered the hiding place of the Brisbane Courier Mail, surely the most secretive newspaper in the world (try looking for it in the Yellow Pages)

And episode five: The sad case of Ferret Face the moronic moving man and how Peterf extracted his revenge in the dead of night.

Stay tuned for the next rivetting episode of The Perils of Peterf!

Rumpelstiltskin

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« 2011-Apr-29, 10:10 AM Reply #1 »
cant wait to put down my mills and boon novel  :what:

Offline firezuki

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« 2011-Apr-29, 05:13 PM Reply #2 »
Ferret Face had a quiet word to Leather Face.  Stay tuned. 

Offline Peterf

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« 2011-May-13, 09:34 PM Reply #3 »
Hope this will be better than mills & boon !

Missus and I decided to trip to Sunshine Coast but must have taken wrong turn somewhere and ended up in a funny little town called Gympie. Dropped into pleasant little corner sports bar, ordered a jar and some food and sat back to enjoy.Had  been there 15 mins or so when the waiter, who looked like he was just out of nappies, sidled over looking very nervous.

''Excuse me, sir '' said he, ''but the chef has noticed you are not wearing any footwear.''

''That's very observant of him,'' I replied, ''but I'm sure it won't detract from my enjoyment of his food. But if it does, assure him I will let him know''.

''Unfortunately,'' said the lad, ''he has instructed me not to serve you until you are appropriately attired. He could lend you his thongs perhaps?''

''No I don't think so - I don't know him. He might have all sorts of fungal conditions''.

''Well, would you mind popping down the road and buying some shoes?'' the boy ventured, looking as if he wished the beautifully polished floor would swallow him up.

Yes, I said, I would mind. I've got a better idea - you give me my money back and I'll go somewhere else.....

Down the road a bit we found a pleasant little cafe. I 'm not wearing shoes, is that problem, I asked.

''Nah,'' the waitress grinned, ''just keep your pants on, darl''

Later in the day I dropped into a couple of bars, one to have a bet and the other to watch my horse win. Staff in both bars mentioned my lack of footwear. Health and safety regs, apparently, if a glass is broken and I cut my foot I could sue. Of course, I could cut my foot while wearing thongs, I could sue anyway.

Ironically while I was leaving the first bar I noticed another diner tucking into his meal. His feet were as naked as a baby's! Then, he was only three months old...............







Offline Authorized

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« 2011-May-13, 09:39 PM Reply #4 »
 :chin: :what: :chin:

Online JWesleyHarding

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« 2011-May-13, 09:46 PM Reply #5 »
OH&S issues there, Peterf.



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