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Does anyone want a double entendre?

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Does anyone want a double entendre?

I'll give you one!

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Re: Does anyone want a double entendre?

Was listening to the news quiz yesterday, at the end with the news clips was:
"The jukebox owner used to give me the old 7 inches"
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Re: Does anyone want a double entendre?

Does this count?

Jeremy Corbyn after the local elections last Thursday.. "I'm not going anywhere!" Now that really is true either way!

Or..

'Winning Post's' Stewart Machin commentating on jockey Tony McCoy's
formidable lead:
"Tony has a quick look between his legs and likes what he sees."

Or even..

Willie Carson was telling Claire Balding how jockeys prepare for a big race
when he said: "They usually have four or five dreams a night about coming from different positions."

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Re: Does anyone want a double entendre?

One from an England - West Indies test:

"The bowler's Holding the batsman's Willey"

 

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Re: Does anyone want a double entendre?

Two sportsmen (I forget what sport) were being interviewed on TV and the interviewer asked something like, "Do you compete against each other?"  "Yes," came the answer, "we play with each other all the time."

About a decade ago a number of Swedish elks were transported to Scotland in order to try to re-establish the species in the country.  A Scottish conservationist was interviewed on TV and said, "What we need in Scotland is more elk, beaver, and black c**k ( https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Black_grouse ).  The female interviewer - to her credit - managed to keep a straight face.

 

 

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Re: Does anyone want a double entendre?

My mum's a keen gardener but over recent years has found it increasingly difficult to keep on top of her big garden. Mostly hedge cutting and tree lopping / felling is down to me. The other day she asked if I could give her box a trim and while I'm at it perhaps I could spruce up her squirrel. Shocked

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Re: Does anyone want a double entendre?

My dad was watering the garden years ago when he claimed he was doing exactly what the priests tell him to do in church... Let us spray.

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Re: Does anyone want a double entendre?

Reminds me of that weather guy reporting on the snow saying he had eight inches in his backyard. Cannot find the clip, but it's out there somewhere!  

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Re: Does anyone want a double entendre?

@Minivanman

That was me who posted that one 3 weeks ago, see here: A minor over exageration ?

 

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Ah right, I knew I'd seen it somewhere Thumbs Up

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Re: Does anyone want a double entendre?

It's funny I always thought it was Ulrika Jonsson who'd said that on breakfast TV, I know she had a filthy mind and always got the giggles during her weather forecasts. Maybe she said it as well?