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Tue 01/10/02 at 08:54
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Bloody hilarious, and cringe worthy at the same time.

Best bit?

The bit where Gareth and Tim (I think?) were talking about being Senior Sales Rep, and Team Leader. I haven't laughed so much for ages.

I think it's going to be a fantastic series. I'll just have to buy the box set of the first series as I didn't see them all...
Sat 05/10/02 at 16:14
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Posts: 10,364
I.Love.It

Brilliant series, I just cannot wait until monday.

"Your kinda cramping my style you know"

Classic.
Sat 05/10/02 at 14:51
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"WWJD"
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The office is brilliant I love it, i liked the episode last series the one were hes got his guitar and hes singing all the songs, that was really funny
Sat 05/10/02 at 14:39
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Gareth: OGGY OGGY OGGY, OINK OINK OINK, OGGY OGGY OGGY, OINK OINK OINK Yeah, see ya mate.

Tim: Do you still keep in touch with Oggy?

Classic.
Thu 03/10/02 at 10:53
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"+34 Intellect"
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er-no wrote:
> Can everyone be honest.
>
> Who used the 'Gaylords say no' film joke today?

Not me, its ancient.
Thu 03/10/02 at 06:38
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A great series - best bit was when he stood up and told jokes, especially when he brought out his Coventry Conference ones, only to be met by an uneasy silence - classic. When he sat down, I almost felt sorry for him...
Wed 02/10/02 at 22:58
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"I'm not Orgazmo"
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er-no wrote:
> Can everyone be honest.
>
> Who used the 'Gaylords say no' film joke today?

Heh, I actually did do that line to a fair few people, clocked up a nice little number (one person twice, heh) although one person who was obvisouly quick witted that day and replied with "I heard you taped it"

Which was good for them.

I also started to tell the joke about The Royal Family playing twenty questions but my mum cut me off there :)
Tue 01/10/02 at 22:09
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"twothousandandtits"
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er-no wrote:
> Can everyone be honest.
>
> Who used the 'Gaylords say no' film joke today?
>
> I used it many times in college, even during lectures, managed to get
> my philsophy teacher. Excellent.
>
> Such a bad joke, just made good because of the office.

You do philosophy, too? Man, no one else seems to do philosophy...
Tue 01/10/02 at 22:08
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"twothousandandtits"
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I like the way he made the whole point of saying he doesn't tell jokes about his hand, then tells jokes about his voice for about five minutes, and cue Gareth: "I prefer the jokes you do about his hand"
Tue 01/10/02 at 21:06
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"everyone says it"
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Can everyone be honest.

Who used the 'Gaylords say no' film joke today?

I used it many times in college, even during lectures, managed to get my philsophy teacher. Excellent.

Such a bad joke, just made good because of the office.
Tue 01/10/02 at 21:05
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"everyone says it"
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Goatboy wrote:
> "I saw her first"
> "How do you work that out?"
> *points from eyes to distance*
> "And that means you've won does it? That's how you win the
> argument?"

That was the funniest thing I have heard on television in a bloody long time.

The finger to the eye thing.. I am using that from now on.

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