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Old 19th February 2017, 14:46   #556
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President Trump heard his National Security Adviser had resigned.

He needed a drink to steady his nerves; the barman recommended a Mickey Flynn.
My father spent the last fifty years of his life as a teetotaller, but I feel sure he'd have taken up drink again if he'd lived to see the teetotaller Trump as President.
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Old 19th February 2017, 15:09   #557
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Disclaimer: stolen from DATM forum.

I went out drinking in Leeds last night, missed the last train so decided to get a taxi. Driver said it'd be £40, I said it was only £20 last month. Driver replied that it's because Huddersfield is getting further from Leeds every week!
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Old 19th February 2017, 16:03   #558
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Apparently you can't use "beefstew" as a password on the internet.

It's not stroganoff.

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Apparently you can't use "beefstew" as a password on the internet.

It's not stroganoff.

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Old 19th February 2017, 17:22   #560
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I would start a discussion about coffee but I can't help thinking that one or two people might make a mochary of the idea...

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I would start a discussion about coffee but I can't help thinking that one or two people might make a mochary of the idea...

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It's far too latte in the day for coffee jokes.
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It's far too latte in the day for coffee jokes.
Now you're milking it.
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Now you're milking it.
Well, there is the one about steward assaulted on train.

Goes to a first class carriage, there is a Chinaman seated there.

Steward asks "You for coffee?"

Chinaman hits him
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