Become A Member | Forum | Profiles | Personals | Classifieds | See Who's Online ...
 
View Topic
  Message Boards : General Discussion : View Topic : 867 Posts, Page 58 of 58
  HomeNewNoticesHot TopicsPollsStatsBlogs Login / Register
 
What Did I Learn Today Reboot
 
# 856 : Tuesday 28-2-2017 @ 16:17
 
 
Today I learn the English word "breeze" comes from the Portuguese word "brisa". I would never have guessed.
Reply
 
 Recent Message Board Topics
Video Games - What Are You Playing Right Now?
President Trump / Oompa Loompa News
What Song Are You Listening To Now?!?!
13 Reasons Why Not
What To See At The Cinema (Part Deux)
Twin Peaks To Return.
The Homophobic Incident Thread.
Fair City (Fairly Shitty)
 
Hey! If you enjoy shooting the breeze with like-minded people, check out
our Message Boards
• Advice • Coming Out
• Computers • Current Affairs
• Discussion • Food & Drink
• Going Out • Humour
• Health • Music
• Newbies • Sexual Issues
# 857 : Wednesday 1-3-2017 @ 01:26
 
 
I learned that former Portuguese boy scouts, along with others of their ilk around the Globe, can never shove their respective grannies off a bus, no, they can never shove their grannies off a bus.
Reply
 
# 858 : Wednesday 1-3-2017 @ 02:47
 
 
What?
Reply
 
# 859 : Wednesday 1-3-2017 @ 14:11
 
 
Someone said :
What?

Maybe it's just an Irish/ British boy scouts camp fire song "You cannae shove your granny off a bus."
Reply
 
# 860 : Wednesday 1-3-2017 @ 14:23
 
 
We have no such songs, and I should know since I was a boyscout
Reply
 
# 861 : Wednesday 1-3-2017 @ 19:50
 
 
Someone said :
We have no such songs, and I should know since I was a boyscout

That's why I made reference to it.

Video Link : http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3VCWROijdwM
Reply
 
# 862 : Wednesday 1-3-2017 @ 21:45
 
 
Funny, people do sing that tune, but with different lyrics.
Reply
 
# 863 : Monday 17-4-2017 @ 23:19
 
 
What the slang term 'crop dusting' on a plane means.
Reply
 
# 864 : Wednesday 19-4-2017 @ 00:59
 
 
I learned that there is a LGBT support demo for those who are being attacked in Chechnya at the Russian embassy on Orwell road on Thursday from 4 to 7.
Reply
 
# 865 : Wednesday 17-5-2017 @ 22:42
 
 
Reply
 
# 866 : Sunday 21-5-2017 @ 11:49
 
 
In 1866 Liechtenstein sent some soldiers to a war, they didn't fight, and more soldiers returned than went.
Reply
 
# 867 : Sunday 21-5-2017 @ 14:24
 
 
1 Italian soldier returned.
Reply
 
First Prev 46474849505152535455565758Next