You think alot of the women would go for a middle aged balding man with a small penis and perhaps a problem with keeping it up? (or am I reading into the mid life crisis porche a bit too much)Its good to know what sort of parties you make sure that you stick a porsche badge on you car keys, before going out in your 1987 Ford Orion with you new close personal friend/partner. ...
I grew up in the 70s. They were very much in the public consciousness for some reason, and they seemed to get mentioned a lot in sitcoms. For some reason I always picture people like Margot and Jerry from The Good Life going to that kind of party (though unless there's a very dodgy episode I haven't seen, they never did).Interestingly, you do seem to know an awful lot about them.
telephone voice. A special, posh accent that his mother - and my mother, too - put on when they use the telephone. It's sort of just a more clearly pronounced and formal version of your regular tone of voice.... I?ll be honest and say that I haven?t checked all pages of this thread just did a search of the first post and will now hope I won?t get raped for asking something that was already asked before
From S6 E4 - the mothers road test. Richard says something about his mom and then goes "If you put that in, I?m dead" at the cameraman ... he goes "she?s such a Phone-horse"(?) and then mocks his mothers "telephone-style". I don?t get it. Not at all actually ...
Well if you want some for S13, here are a few which spring to mind. Let me know if you want any from the earlier episodes.I think I majorly need to update the first post, huh? :?
"What they should have done is call [the Ford Focus ST] the ASBO."
person: Jeremy Clarkson
episode: 7x03, Ford Focus ST review
explanation: "ASBO" is short for Anti Social Behavior Order. It is mostly given to young people repeatedly attracting attention through their antisocial and sometimes criminal behaviour. Jeremy refers to this group of people since the Focus ST would be a typical car driven by such.