Tuesday, April 27, 2010

Some Dudes


Hans Jenssen Illustration said...

I agree with whatever Fraser says. WV: subgedg

Munich Newman said...

Looks like a queue (line) of people waiting to pay their parking fines. Thanks Hans, I had been struggling there.
WV: hanssupportive

Hans Jenssen Illustration said...

Cheers Fraser, see, I just knew we'd be singing from the same hymn sheet.

WV: fraseragreeswithme

Steve Cox said...

I agree it looks like a line of people queuing to pay parking fines. I would also agree that this does look a little retro but nobody's said that yet so I can't agree on that point at the moment.

WV: whattheheckishetalkingabout

Munich Newman said...

I disagree with the word verification, I agree with the rest.
WV: misis
- Cornish for wife

Steve Cox said...

WV: spatene

WV Definition: A Spatene is a small copper bucket usually worn around the neck of gentlemen of a certain age. It's function is to catch wayward spittle which may appear during animated conversation.

Like it's closley related and larger relative, the Spittoon, the use of the Spatene has more or less died out, although it remains popular in certain Conservative gentlemen's clubs.

Munich Newman said...

Could do with a Spatene or two at the Oktoberfest.

WV: diermi

WV Definition: abbrieviation for skin doctor?

Hans Jenssen Illustration said...

Hey, what do you think this is, a forum for aging artists to talk rubbish? WV: axbluest. So, who has the bluest ax?

Steve Cox said...

It's looking increasingly that way.

VW: trali

VW Definition: A small four-wheeled vehicle most commonly used in Indian or Asian restaurants for conveying food from kitchen to table.

Also often used in such establishments as a mild insult to describe the mental state of a fellow worker.


Ranjit: "There's way too much chilli pepper in this Lamb Dansak, Imran".

Imran: "Goodness gracious me, it's that silly new chef, Sharib...he is completely off his trali".

Munich Newman said...

Brilliant, made tears run down my face.

WV: expard
explanation- me 'cos I don't love in UK no more?
-or a cross between "excuse me" and "pardon me" shortly after a trouser cough.

Stephen Gardner said...

Keep em coming boys.