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From: United Kingdom
Registered: 26/12/2008

(Date Posted:13/09/2010 19:32)

There once was a grandfather clock,

Who was bored with saying “Tick-tock!”

While taking a breather,

He pulled out a lever –

and ended up wearing a frock!

 

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RE:The Old Grandfather Clock
(Date Posted:14/09/2010 03:40)


hehehe.. Lynn, this was a giggle for my morning read Lynn,
I use to go to an old lady who had a grandfather clock in her hall, the dam thing made the most awful noise when getting ready to strike the hour, I would have put it out of its misery years ago if it had been mine.

Fae x
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From: Wales
Registered:13/10/2009

Re:The Old Grandfather Clock
(Date Posted:14/09/2010 08:06)

This great grand-daddy of tickers,
Is now a grand-nanny in Twickers. 
True to tock transvestites,
He wears MINUTE HAND tights,
And shocking pink SECOND HAND knickers.


(Message edited by phil333 On 15/09/2010 02:27)
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From: England
Registered:16/07/2009

Re:The Old Grandfather Clock
(Date Posted:14/09/2010 11:31)

Nuff said here lol
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From: United Kingdom
Registered:26/12/2008

RE:The Old Grandfather Clock
(Date Posted:15/09/2010 15:54)

We used have a kind of weather-house-cum-cuckoo-clock that did something similar. Whenever the cuckoo popped out, it always threatened to flatten the little figure with the brolly. Needless to say that we ended up getting rid of it...
I'm pleased you enjoyed it, though. Thanks Fae.
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From: United Kingdom
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RE:The Old Grandfather Clock
(Date Posted:15/09/2010 15:57)

Not to mention the fact that he had his numbers tweaked too. smiley7
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From: United Kingdom
Registered:26/12/2008

RE:The Old Grandfather Clock
(Date Posted:15/09/2010 16:06)

Have I really said enough, George? smiley7
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From: United Kingdom
Registered:29/12/2008

Re:The Old Grandfather Clock
(Date Posted:15/09/2010 17:15)

A clock in a frock
too much of a shock
if he still had a chime
could you believe his time?


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RE:The Old Grandfather Clock
(Date Posted:16/09/2010 06:41)

Sounds a bit of a cuckoo clock to me

Steve time on his hands Riggs
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From: France
Registered:02/11/2008

Re:The Old Grandfather Clock
(Date Posted:16/09/2010 09:38)


When I was young, we had a mantle clock which would (here comes the sound effect, lol)
wwhhiirrrr for about 30 seconds before it chimed and I got to wanting to open up the face
and move the hands on that minuscal distance every time it started,
your fun write brought back that wwhhiiirrring sound, Lynn...aarrgghhh, lol, Zy x
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From: United Kingdom
Registered:26/12/2008

RE:The Old Grandfather Clock
(Date Posted:16/09/2010 15:48)

A clock in a frock
Gave me a shock
By saying "Tick tock!
It's three o'clock!"

I didn't believe
That he could deceive
With a trick up his sleeve
On Christmas Eve.

So, the next morning,
A-stretching and yawning,
I gave him a warning -
and he started yawning!



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From: United Kingdom
Registered:26/12/2008

RE:The Old Grandfather Clock
(Date Posted:16/09/2010 15:57)

Well, he did go bananas... smiley7

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From: United Kingdom
Registered:26/12/2008

RE:The Old Grandfather Clock
(Date Posted:16/09/2010 16:45)

I'm not sure that I would've moved its hands, Zy. If it was mine, I would've got rid of it!
AAAAAARRRGGHHHH indeed!!!!!! 
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From: France
Registered:02/11/2008

RE:The Old Grandfather Clock
(Date Posted:16/09/2010 17:24)



I was a child, Lynn, in those days, children were seen but not heard, unlike my mothers clock smiley7
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