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The Answer To George’s Toilet Troubles?
February 27, 2007, 11:00 pm
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Could it be that he ate some tender minced lamb with MACE!!!???

Lets hope this is a classic ‘translation’ mistake, because if it is what made him ill, the poor guy is in serious trouble – starting with his missus who won’t believe he’s been ‘attacked’ by a portion of grub, ha!

Oh and to Mr ‘M’ [no one to do with James Bond] … thanks for your email, all of our thumbs are ‘UP’ and the rest of our fingers are crossed so let us know how it goes!


32 Comments

george are you going to let him get away with that or cant your laptop power cord stretch all the way to the bog?

Comment by andy@cynic

Andy, it is, however, a little disappointing that George couldn’t manage a more original ailment. Like the plague.

Comment by Marcus Brown

or v.d.

Comment by andy@cynic

now your talking.

Comment by Marcus Brown

Hello Robert; I hope you are well. We were just wondering if we should fly in some toilet paper for George? K has DHL on standby awaiting your instructions 🙂

Comment by Jemma King

look at jem making her blog debut with a cheeky little comment. well done luv but im sure georges hyperactive arse wont have caused them to run out of the andrex. now back to work please.

Comment by andy@cynic

bloody slave driver.

Comment by Marcus Brown

Hello Jemma – thanks for your concern but I think George will be fine for toilet paper. Nappies on the other hand, might be needed, ha.

The ‘brighter future’ is still officially in negotiation – but in theory it seems pretty attractive, but then so is communism, haha!

Got to go to bed but speak/write soon – and Andy, can you please call me tomorrow regarding the NASA thing as George is going to be out of action for another day or so and he wants me to check it.

BTW, any news on Billy?

Comment by Rob

bugger.

Comment by Marcus Brown

That’s funny, that’s what I said – but then I am an only child who wants everything immediately, ha

Comment by Rob

stamps foot and walks off sulking.

Comment by Marcus Brown

am i stating the bleeding obvious by pointing out that nutmeg is pretty regularly known as mace?

hope you’re feeling better george.

Comment by lauren

only a chick would know that lauren.

Comment by andy@cynic

only someone who regularly does the SMH crosswords and can use a dictionary would know that andy.

Comment by lauren

and i think youre wrong anyway because the menu has mace and nutmeg.
those crazy indians and their spice obsessed cooking habits. what next, plutonium or maybe high fucking karate aftershave?

Comment by andy@cynic

touche and well said.

Comment by andy@cynic

mace is the husk of nutmeg so it must taste different enough to need a separate menu item.. like ham and bacon maybe.. shit, wrong analogy (fuck bacon!), like um.. i dunno, like grapes and sultanas..

Comment by lauren

brought to you by jamie oliver’s new cooking show: Pucker Tikka.

Comment by lauren

i love the way youve turned robs blog into a cooking show with a little splash of shit analogies for good measure.

Comment by andy @ cynic

Another message from the Bleeding Obvious Society: Even someone who doesn’t solve SMH crosswords shouldn’t have mentioned ‘Karate’ and Indian food in the same sentence. Try Kalaripaitu, the original Indian Martial Art.

Now in the interest of protecting my own bright future, I’m a big fan of Cynic and their work Andy, so I’m crossing every appengade in the hope that your bright future works out.

Comment by Hari

yeah, i’ll stop that now…

Comment by lauren

fuck weve got more hangers on than p diddy. by the way hari, high karate is a cheap, nasty, potent aftershave not a martial art and as plutonium isnt indian, shouldnt you of complained about that example as well? consistent argument is everything, ask rob

Comment by andy @ cynic

Enough of my toilet issues please.

Comment by George

Well Andy the Indian affliction is to first try and claim everything as theirs, unless a strong claim (read China) suggests otherwise, hence Plutonium is not as offensive to the Indian sensibility as High Karate.

Now I’ll stop this too, before this becomes a blogs about cooking, shit analogies and Indian madness (that won’t completely stop till Rob is back thought)

Comment by Hari

high karate is far more potent than plutonium; its a weapon of mass revultion. night

Comment by andy @ cynic

is high karate worse than old spice? Surely that can’t be?

Morning.

Comment by Marcus Brown

Unless they grilled the rapper Mase and spelt it wrong?

Comment by Rob Mortimer

That’ll teach him to slur his words (Mase) not George.

Comment by NP

oh look. The European are up. Morning NP, morning Mr. M.

Comment by Marcus Brown

So that sketch on Goodness Gracious me was true?

Comment by Rob Mortimer

Remeber Blue Stratos?

Morning Marcus

Comment by NP

This blog is bloody surreal … but as I’ve just come back from the Taj Mahal, I feel all calm, peaceful and bloody humbled. Or maybe it could be to do with the post I’m about to put up before I head off to another of our ‘Bright Future’ Dinners

Normal service resumes soon. I bet you can’t wait, hahaha

Comment by Rob




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