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    (Original post by DFranklin)
    Well, in our bathroom we have a small one where we keep the first aid kit. It's called the plasterboard.

    So, at this point I think you're leading 3:2. Or at least that's what it says here on the scoreboard...
    Well your post is sandwiched in between mine and one about a Swedish furniture shop. That makes you a smorgasbord.
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    If GA were here he would have loved the puns. :moon:
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    (Original post by meatball893)
    The mods are spamming my thread!! :p:
    We'd better smooth things out with you, then. Of course, we'll have to use an ironing board.
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    Oh dear...
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    (Original post by meatball893)
    Oh dear...
    Getting board of this?
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    These jokes are getting worse and worse.
    But that just makes them funnier.
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    This is quite frankly the most amazing thread ever.
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    In your pic you look like an arsole! :p:
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    FINALLY SOMEONE APPRECIATES THE JOKE

    thank you very much
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    You're welcome...though if it weren't for QI....
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    The should have one when reading Health and Relationships: hardboard

    :getmecoat:
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    i have just installed a digital camera on mine. It is a "Say cheese board".
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    Presumably, a prostitute who plied her trade up against the wall in a back alley would be called a wall bawd.
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    I understand medical students can now buy a version with a built-in urine sample container. It is a ouija board.
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    (Original post by Good bloke)
    Presumably, a prostitute who plied her trade up against the wall in a back alley would be called a wall bawd.
    Meanwhile, a higher class prostitute works in a boardello.
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    (Original post by DFranklin)
    Meanwhile, a higher class prostitute works in a boardello.
    In which the customer can expect bed and bawd.
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    (Original post by Mr M)
    I understand medical students can now buy a version with a built-in urine sample container. It is a ouija board.
    In this utilitarian and energy-conserving age I've also heard that you can buy a version that stops heat escaping though the holes in doors and walls. It is a draughts board.
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    (Original post by Good bloke)
    In this utilitarian and energy-conserving age I've also heard that you can buy a version that stops heat escaping though the holes in doors and walls. It is a draughts board.
    That's not specific to medics though.

    On the other hand, gynaecologists can buy a special version that automatically tests for various STDs. It's called a check her board.
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    This thread deserves a :cookie:

    On topic, don't get one if you're left handed :facepalm2: :p:
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    (Original post by DFranklin)
    On the other hand, gynaecologists can buy a special version that automatically tests for various STDs. It's called a check her board.
    :toofunny: I've heard that it is only available in the USA though.
 
 
 
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