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Far Cough 8:31 Thu Nov 2
Raspberries on the BBC
Are they having a competition on how many they can get on their programs?

They had a one armed weather girl, whose stumpy arm kept twitching, it was so mesmerising I forgot what the weather was all about, and most distracting.

I'm all for inclusivity but do you think they are going over the top? , they usually have at least one on their quiz shows, today on the Impossible quiz show, they even had a deaf bloke with his own signer with him

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The Cult Of Bob 4:48 Mon Nov 6
Re: Raspberries on the BBC
Every now and then I think I’m done with WHO but magnificent threads like this pull me back in.

geoffpikey 5:29 Sat Nov 4
Re: Raspberries on the BBC
Will MOTD replace Motson with David Blunkett? Be a vast improvement.

joyo 2:27 Sat Nov 4
Re: Raspberries on the BBC
I miss Gandhi, he used to send me regular WHO mail threats

Pi Alpha Nu 2:22 Sat Nov 4
Re: Raspberries on the BBC
Looking forward to the day when they get a presenter that has Tourette's.

Mart O 3:27 Sat Nov 4
Re: Raspberries on the BBC
Ag !

I always thought the silly cunt lost his leg stepping on a mine in Vietnam, but I might not have been paying attention. I was pissed up smashed the whole time during that period. At about that time, bar man in my local in Paris clocked me at 45 bottles of Heineken at about 9 one evening. Fucking shameful.

westhammerer 3:13 Sat Nov 4
Re: Raspberries on the BBC
Nurse Ratched 2:03 Sat Nov 4

I do not recall the encounter. But if I did behave then as you describe, I owe you the sincerest apology for what would have been deeply inappropriate drunken behavior. This has encouraged me to address other things about my life. I have loved and had romantic encounters with men throughout my life, and I now choose to live life as a Millwall supporter. I want to deal with this honestly and openly, and that starts with me examining my own behavior. Can we just shut up about it now?

gph 2:59 Sat Nov 4
Re: Raspberries on the BBC
Let me guess:

Gandhi didn't lose his leg in a motorcycle accident, but in an American Dad-style slam fuck down a water shute. Which went even wronger than the original.

Nurse Ratched 2:03 Sat Nov 4
Re: Raspberries on the BBC
Many years ago there was a poster on here (name withheld to protect the miscreant) who used to tease me via WHOmail that my frequent rows with Ghandi on the forum were due to sexual tension and that it seemed clear to him that this viciousness between Alf and me could only be explained if we were former lovers. This poster would send me 'stories' about 'my time with Alf'. They were really ceative and utterly warped and occasionally included brief passages of stomach churning erotica. I used to sit reading them with tears streaming down my face, laughing.

We've had some oddballs on here.

Westham67 1:53 Sat Nov 4
Re: Raspberries on the BBC
Alf Gandhi and Raving iron, got on quite well as I recall

Westham67 1:51 Sat Nov 4
Re: Raspberries on the BBC
Mart O 1:51 Sat Nov 4

AG

Mart O 1:51 Sat Nov 4
Re: Raspberries on the BBC
True, but there was one particular thread when someone (Justin R, iirc ?) made that gag about him being about as useful as a one legged man in an arse kicking contest and he totally lost it, far more than his usual bollocks.

Westham67 1:49 Sat Nov 4
Re: Raspberries on the BBC
It was like someone in a seat in front you at the pictures standing up waving their hands about for the length of the film

Nurse Ratched 1:47 Sat Nov 4
Re: Raspberries on the BBC
Ghandi falling out of his pram?

Mate, that was, like, every day.

It would happen across several threads, literally every day.

Mart O 1:40 Sat Nov 4
Re: Raspberries on the BBC
Come on, surely someone on here remembers the thread when Gandhi fell out of his pram ?

Nurse Ratched 1:28 Sat Nov 4
Re: Raspberries on the BBC
Yeah, I used to get irritated by the deaf signers, and found it too distracting even when they were in the smaller corner box.

What's wrong with subtitles, ffs? Or am I being racist?

Westham67 1:17 Sat Nov 4
Re: Raspberries on the BBC
I've got TVMucho online UK TV for expats.

I watched a Horizon documentary about mars on BBC4 , They had sign language fella not in a box in the corner but standing at the side blocking half the screen. Waving his hands out about I couldn't concentrate on the documentary, So I put a book on the keyboard and lent in on the screen to block him out of my field of vision.

, 12:55 Sat Nov 4
Re: Raspberries on the BBC
Don't denigrate the stupid because you'll be accused of masochism.

Mart O 11:53 Fri Nov 3
Re: Raspberries on the BBC
Obviously, I in no way mean to speak ill of the disabled, dead, gay, black, inbetween or even just plain fucking stupid.

Mart O 11:48 Fri Nov 3
Re: Raspberries on the BBC
What this thread is missing is Alf Ghandi. What was that gag that got his arse in a twist back in the day, about as useful as a one legged man in an arse kicking contest ?

wanstead_hammer 10:37 Fri Nov 3
Re: Raspberries on the BBC
You've gotta hand it to her though.

Amputee Actor 9:36 Fri Nov 3
Re: Raspberries on the BBC
I've had a few one night stands with those stubby chasers.

The sex isn't that fulfilling. Kinda semi-detached...

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