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Discussion in 'Entertainment' started by Phasmid, Mar 8, 2004.
The draft of the recipe reminded him of the time he made a RAFT from drift wood.
The concoction produced some wicked FARTS.
The smell was so bad all the STAFF from the local school came running round to see what was going on.
"What is that STUFF?" they all asked.
"And why does it have such a FUSTY smell?"
It smells just like the sickening MUSTY pong from our cellar when we found the floor littered with dead rats
We need a GUSTY wind to clear the stench.
The window is too RUSTY to open properly.
I think if you STUDY it a bit, you'll get it open.
I tried bashing it, but it is very STURDY
The smell is worse than those fox TURDS that one of the children trod into the classroom last week
It was already a very DUSTY classroom.. but this made it much worse
Everyone was gagging then Mr Smith, the head, noticed brown marks sticking to the DUST under the painting table
Smith had received training in handling toxic material. He also favoured archaic speech. "We DURST not disturb the dust!" he said tersely.
He began to STRUT around the classroom saying
"We must evacuate the whole school and call in intensive cleaners."
The ceilings were very high. Fortunately one of the intensive cleaners was an ex-STUNT man
He began his career cleaning the upper walls of SUTTON Place.
He attached one end of strong wire to the top BUTTON of his flies and the other to the light attachment and in a flying leap swiped every ancient cobweb onto a giant multicoloured feather duster.
The wire was sharp as well as strong. This is why this cleaner/stunt man is now known as "NO
He's becoming a little gray around the temples and when he puts on his black jeans there are whispers of "MUTTON dressed as lamb"