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for the record, Dave you clearly have superlative taste. I have had flowers on almost constant repeat this week.

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just got limewire so been downloading tunes like a man with no arms. all old rock shit. current fave is 'rock and roll preacher (hallelujah i'm on fire)' by slade!

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been downloading tunes like a man with no arms.


Aha - someone else who uses the "man with no arms " phrase. Where does that come from then?

My mum says "spends his money like a man with no arms" - and even she doesn't know why (not that it matters cos she's from Leeds, so she's always right ...) beyond a vague feeling that he can't block his pockets up.

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Fave song at the mo has to be 'Hat's off to Larry'


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Stephen Stills 'Do For The Others' is also a strong contendor for tune of the day

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mine has to be let me know by the frank and walters today - although take me through this life and until the end are also close to the button on this...................

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been downloading tunes like a man with no arms.


Aha - someone else who uses the "man with no arms " phrase. Where does that come from then?

My mum says "spends his money like a man with no arms" - and even she doesn't know why (not that it matters cos she's from Leeds, so she's always right ...) beyond a vague feeling that he can't block his pockets up.


i have absolutely no idea where i picked it up from but guess where i'm from...............leeds! it must be a local thing. another one is 'a head like ten men' to describe a hangover. god knows what it means.

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Today it's mostly been "I'd like to cut Monty's heart out with a spoon, fry it a little chilli oil, and serve it back to him served with a Baileys and mashed peas compote, the thieving bastard", by ThePissFlaps.


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Today it's mostly been "I'd like to cut Monty's heart out with a spoon, fry it a little chilli oil, and serve it back to him served with a Baileys and mashed peas compote, the thieving bastard", by ThePissFlaps.



sounds a bit ambitious lyrically for the pissflaps!

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CraigA wrote:
Today it's mostly been "I'd like to cut Monty's heart out with a spoon, fry it a little chilli oil, and serve it back to him served with a Baileys and mashed peas compote, the thieving bastard", by ThePissFlaps.


currently floating my boat is a song just recorded by a certain band called Mashed Peas & Heroin. That band ladies & gentlemen are The Pissflaps.

The B-side is also great, Down On Your Donkey.

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Hank Mizell - Jungle Rock

That's for most days just now cos it doesn't require any thought at all and is fuckin magic

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Always it's you,and love her-Everley brothers


Nice choice - I love that first one......... :D

As usual with me - it's Hotel Room - at the moment switching between a recording from the Netherlands and the Radio 2 session from September last year............ 8)


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