From: Elder on 11 Jan 2008 18:12
In article <80reo3tj68jfpe30m9o9nqvrlpae4csat5(a)4ax.com>,
> I have a feeling that there's an old law which hasn't been repealed
> that requires the police to shield your todger should a gentleman
> reqire a slash on the highway.
Don't know about that, but a pregnant woman may request a police
person's helmet to pee into.
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From: Mike.... on 12 Jan 2008 06:58
Following up to Tom Crispin <kije.remove(a)this.bit.freeuk.com.munge>
>I have a feeling that there's an old law which hasn't been repealed
>that requires the police to shield your todger should a gentleman
>reqire a slash on the highway.
with the cape they dont have :-)
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From: Hugo Nebula on 26 Jan 2008 07:17
On Fri, 11 Jan 2008 09:56:55 -0800 (PST), a particular chimpanzee,
Mark W <miwaterton(a)tiscali.co.uk> randomly hit the keyboard and
>Whilst the cause may be different I guess the health risk is the same.
I must admit, I'd always thought that 'holding it in can cause
problems' was a myth, but that may be because I can't hold it in! I've
learned from bitter (lager) experience that I have a 20 minute holding
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