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    There was a ding dong named Nong Ning
    Who liked to play sport and to sing
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    Patpong's ding dong Nong Ning likes ping pong and sing song
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    she met a young kiwi lad and he poked her
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    once battered the back door of a whore,
    he soon got sick
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    Even Limerick is off
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    No racing at Wetherby
    Are there still scones for tea
    Lemon honey for the cough




    Oz fires. and Uk floods ranging
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    Rejoice as your having it way
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    Recall the rhymes are a-changin'

    UK flooding: 200-year-old pub on bridge collapses as River Irwell floods.

    You really can drop in for drink!

    UK flooding: 200-year-old pub on bridge collapses as River Irwell floods | Home News | News | The Independent
    Showers in Scotland,would you believ

    Meanwhile, officials at Wetherby have called off both days of their Christmas fixture following flooding at the track while this afternoon's meeting at Limerick has also been abandoned.

    The postponements kept coming in the Football League, with the North West particularly hard hit.

    Blackburn's Championship game against Middlesbrough was wiped out while Wigan against Sheffield United, Bury's clash with Barnsley and Rochdale versus Crewe were also rained off.

    Vanarama National League games at Altrincham, Guiseley and Barrow are also off.

    Scotland has not survived the downpour, with the Ladbrokes Premiership clash between Dundee United and Motherwell was postponed, while lower league clashes between Raith and Alloa and Cowedenbeath and Albion have also fallen foul of the weather.
    I used to have a job at a calendar factory.
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    I took a couple of days off.

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    Quote Originally Posted by thaimeme View Post
    Haiku is exceedingly fastened
    Consumed trends to contradict
    Controllable unorthodoxy
    Haiku are easy
    Five syllables, seven, five
    You've done it wrong

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    Quote Originally Posted by DrB0b View Post
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    Haiku is exceedingly fastened
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    Sucking on physician's knob
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    For all of us life's like a sail
    Tugging lines, puke in a pail
    Some are rich or loud like Lemmy
    others Flutter by all phlegmy
    Only the cream play at the Vale.

    Port Vale: Remember the day Burslem boy Lemmy got Vale Park rocking?
    By The Sentinel | Posted: September 07, 2013


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    NO, it's not that new centre-half Micky Adams was hoping to bring in on transfer deadline day.

    Welcome to Motorhead's Burslem-born lead-singer Lemmy as we travel back in time to Vale Park in the summer of 1981. Fans from Belgium, Germany and Italy were among the 20,000 packed into Vale Park for the heavy metal concert which also featured such legendary combos as ... er, Triumph, Riot, Frank Marino and Vardis. Lemmy apart, there were a few other hairy moments, not least when one of the skydivers missed the stadium.

    However, police praised the behaviour of fans, most of whom will be into their fifties by now.

    Also on the bill was Ozzy Osbourne, notorious for once biting the head off a live bat while on stage. Rumour has it Bob Newton used to do the same to frighten opposing centre-halves. We've published this picture in tribute to Vale chairman Norman Smurthwaite, reputedly a heavy metal fan himself, who is considering applying for a concert licence so Vale Park can hold it's first gig since this spectacular.



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