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There should be an escape plan forum

Discussion in 'Personal' started by modelmaker, Mar 10, 2012.

  1. modelmaker

    modelmaker Occasional commenter

    Whatever you do, don't form a committee or it won't happen. What would you like to escape from l0vaduck? A relationship? A career? The TES website? An addiction?
  2. I can bring a small bent spoon - where do I start to dig?
    And have you got a cunning plan for hiding the tunnel... a gym horse perhaps?
  3. doomzebra

    doomzebra Occasional commenter

    sod this for a daft idea - I just stepped on a needle that some *** left in thebarracks
  4. Watch out for the barbed wire on the Swiss border.
    And whatever you do, don't answer anyone who speaks to you in English.
  5. Bethannie

    Bethannie New commenter

    I say you chaps!....I just happen to know a few words of German!....If some of you bl00dy nice chaps could see your way to handing over your choccie rations to me, then perhaps I could try and bribe some of the goons!...Just pile up the goodies by my bunk (it's the one with the extra thick blankets and an additional pillow) - dark chocolate is best and I could use some coffee too - strictly for bribes you understand.....Umm I happen to be vaguely familiar with the gepgraphy of Germany too - so if anyone has a map I'd be happy to check them out - purely for accuracy, I won't memorise your proposed escape routes and sell you out to the <strike>Fatherland</strike> goons I promise!
    Come on you guys...you can trust me....I've been here for ages...longer than some of you...
  6. MrsArmitage

    MrsArmitage Occasional commenter

    I have some particularly baggy camo trousers that I reckon I can hold a good few pounds of soil in, to distribute evenly around the staffroom.
  7. I've just seen Graham Norton and DaleWinton marching around, shouting at people and waving machine guns about.....they must be the camp guards.
  8. doomzebra

    doomzebra Occasional commenter

  9. mandala1

    mandala1 Occasional commenter

    Things are tough on the other side of the wire. The grass isn't necessarily greener. Remember what happened to the Great Escape-ers?
  10. doomzebra

    doomzebra Occasional commenter

    I think a few days of playing this will help
  11. littlemissraw

    littlemissraw Occasional commenter

    No escape plan needed, you can job swap with those of us on the Unemployed Teachers/Jobseekers forum instead... [​IMG] x
  12. I've got balloons and old newspapers I can chew up into a paste...
    anyone got any watercolours?
  13. Bethannie

    Bethannie New commenter

    Doomzebra...a few days playing that?....<u>weeks</u> more like...those games went on forever!
    And noone ever escaped!
    There were lots of different coloured playing pieces - but I only got to play if I played black!

  14. doomzebra

    doomzebra Occasional commenter

    The trick is to get the guards playing it and then escape whilst they are all arging as to whether the Belgian contingent needed to attend reveille

  15. They've just done a head count and say that there are 300 people in the barracks....I think they are lying....268 have already escaped.

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