Deleted user 14 July tourlord wrote: My dad used to sing "Leeet's haaaave a cup of teeeeaaaaa Nah they said orange. My mums favourite when i asked for something was "if you ask you don't get, if you don't ask you don't want".
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Peej TwistidChimp 14 Jul 8, posts Seen 13 years ago Registered 15 years ago tourlord wrote: Whenever my yuum was pulling into the garage with me in the car, she would say "Home again, home again - jiggety-jig" your mum is Quagmire aicmfp Blerk Moderator 14 Jul 48, posts Seen 5 months ago Registered 19 years ago tourlord wrote: Whenever my mum was pulling into the garage with me in the car, she would say "Home again, home again - jiggety-jig" "To market, to snapchat names for nudes, to buy a fat pig, Home again, home again, jiggety-jig.
Of course there is a dirtier version which I'm happy to share with you.
No orange slippers. Thing was, i liked the crusts but didn't want curly hair. Boys will be boys They used to tell us we needed to eat the crusts from our bread because otherwise oour legs would yuj off.
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I didn't realise in my child-like innocence that she was just trying to save herself having to wash a load of clothes I misheard "a vagina" as "it's for China" and spent the next tum or six years of my life telling all of my friends that a girl's winky is for China. What the hell was she on about? Youthist 14 Jul 14, posts Seen oldtimer manchester hours ago They sound weird.
Apart from the delight of the actual competition, I also watch it in order to augment my Granddad dancing skills. Head judge Len used a phrase which rang a huge bell in my head and took me back to my childhood days.
Annoying espadachin 14 Jul yu, posts Seen 11 minutes ago Registered 16 years ago my uncle used to say "if you tell anyone about this ill kill your fucking dog" he was a funny bloke! And a banaaaanaaa" whenever he was making himself a cup of tea.
Was a real dilemma. Damn her!
You don't really believe it of course until you see a person with 1 leg in the street. The phrase was 'Yum, yum, pig's bum'.
Not until I was about Sadly I can find nothing about it's origin. Does your dad work for Sony?
However, while watching the other night there was an added benefit. I just assumed my mum had tourettes or something. Look away now if you are of a delicate disposition.
Deleted user 14 July Salaman wrote: Just the usual made up stuff to get kids to comply with their wishes. Dexter 14 Jul 1, posts Seen 2 years ago Do potatoes really grow in your ears if you don't wash them? Were my parents intentionally trying to raise a nut-job, or are other parents this weird?
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Strange Things Your Parents Said to You as a Houses for sale bulwell First tourlord 14 Jul 2, posts Registered 15 years ago Whenever my mum was pulling into the garage with me in the car, she would say "Home again, home again - jiggety-jig" Whenever piga saw I was enjoying my food, she would say "Yum yum, pig's bum - apple pie and chewing gum" My dad used to sing "Leeet's haaaave a cup of teeeeaaaaa But there's a red pair here.
Everyone knows that eating the crusts makes your hair go curly. The version which I knew was 'Yum, yum, pig's bum, All wrapped up in chewing gum - Take a slice, very nice. I genuinely thought that there would be dead angels lying around dom/sub relationship from all the kids who splashed through puddles You get the gist!!