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It's PlusNet's fault

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It's PlusNet's fault

The porky comedian employed by PN has started a trend.  Get your whittling knife out ...

 

https://www.thetimes.co.uk/article/spoon-carving-its-the-new-hipster-trend-5v02p37zn

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Re: It's PlusNet's fault

Someone needs to get a life never mind a new spoon!

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Iv'e just 'twigged' that...maybe he's working for 'special branch' Funny Yeah...ok,  I'll leaf the jokes alone now.  Grin

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@Pete11 - Well I wouldn't branch out in a career in comedy as it's not in your roots.

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@AlaricAdair

"Get your whittling knife out ...  "

And make sure you have plenty of sticking plasters in your first aid box!

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Re: It's PlusNet's fault


Mook wrote:

@Pete11 - Well I wouldn't branch out in a career in comedy as it's not in your roots.


You're barking up the wrong tree too!

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I wood join in with these puns but my energy has been sapped so I think I'll retreetCheesy

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Trust you to carve a name out for yourself.

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Dunno why you're all whittling about it.Grin

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Oh! I've just twigged as to what you're on about, but stick with it.

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Yew maple out of this any time you like - just log offWink

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Too many funnies, they are sapling my will to live.

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Surely you're knot getting sycamore puns?

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I'm not the kind of guy who'd beech about the PN support staff. It's plane to me it's just the guy at the elm wasting time on new ventures like mobiles.

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The desperate "comic" could do worse than pick up a few tips here.

Personally I've always found that ad more than a bit ironic.

I mean surely plusnet must have heard about the wooden spoon award. And they're giving themselves hundreds of them. Is the advertising agency having a laugh at their expense?

 

Anyway if the "comic" gets a bit hard up he'll have to fall back on "buddy can you spare a pine"