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Discussion in 'Personal' started by giggirl, Feb 11, 2011.
Is he your cup of tea? Certainly not mine!!
Unless your name is giggirl...
So offer me another choice then?
The clue to this thread is in the first five words of the OP.
Read it, put the emphasis on word three and you'll get there in the end.
OK, boring as it may seem, David Beckham and a large box of Thornton's chocolates please.
David likes 'em thin.
Yes, but giggirl likes them thick with a fondant centre.
I never knew he had a fondant centre. How can he play in a hot climate without going runny?
Who do you want, kibosh?
I've got my Valentine, thanks though
Does he have a fondant centre?
Yes, and I'm very fond of it.
What about you?
Yes, Dr Harry does have a fondant centre.
Dr Nicky Alexander tried to lick it and I was forced to slap her.
If this is a reference to a tv programme then it's lost on me, I don't really watch tv. Does anyone else know what chocolatebox means?
I saw her do it but I can't say anything.
I genuinely don't know who Dr Harry or Nicky Alexander are.
Lol...they are both characters from BBC's Silent Witness drama series about pathologists.
I used to watch that! Terrible memory for people's names obviously
I have a Valentine, I suppose, but I will happily take Dr Harry if he is on offer
Oh right, so he's a dish then is he? (Must google) Looks like you may have competition though, as from what I understand, Chocolatebox likes him too.
Have just googled and it looks like this thread has come full circle, on a visual basis.