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tamthebam last won the day on January 26 2014

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About tamthebam

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  1. Heads Gone (The 8MileBU Awards)

    I hope not too loose, it's a danger to shipping.
  2. Edinburgh City

  3. Grassing

    My work has more grasses than the Serengeti Plains. Annoying thing is I don't grass on anyone, they usually grass on me for trivial things and I end up in the cnut's house. so basically
  4. Epic band names

    Toad the Wet Sprocket comes from a Monty Python sketch as does Slim Oyster and the Yodelling Gnat, the answer we used to use in pub quizzes when we were stuck on the pop music round. I still have my Vatican Shotgun Scare 45 that came free with Meadowbank fanzine Awol somewhere... Uke Hunt is a US ukelele covers band. and for the OP: Bananaramit
  5. same old celtic- never defeated, always sleeted!
  6. League Cup 2018/19 Group G

    you can't have watched Motherwell for very long then.....
  7. You're right. It's very siri-ous. I thank you.
  8. Tidy Scottish Newsreaders

    Did you have to give it half a hour afterwards? The people demand to know!
  9. EOSL Programmes

    I know Dunbar are talking about doing a 4 pagers. Blackburn do one (when BurnieMan isn't on holiday..! )
  10. Edinburgh Fringe 2018

    If the Edinburgh bike wankers that ride on the pavement wipe out the Fringe wankers that block the pavements then that would be highly amusing.
  11. Do you love Jesus?

    which is one of the points Terry Pratchett made in "Small Gods". The Omnians go about terrorising other people but it turns out only one lowly novice actually believes in their god. The rest have to go along with it for fear of the Inquisition.
  12. Do you love your parents?

    Melenius alluded to the Philip Larkin poem above but it does ring true to me: They f**k you up, your mum and dad. They may not mean to, but they do. They fill you with the faults they had And add some extra, just for you. But they were fucked up in their turn By fools in old-style hats and coats, Who half the time were soppy-stern And half at one another’s throats. So basically what I'm saying is:
  13. Touchy feely folk

    the subject of touching P&B posters just makes me think of this: