101 uses for a John Prescott

#1
In light of the changing role of our Deputy Prime Minister, i think it is time to help him with new carreer choices.

1-Splash Target
2-Damage Control Plug for direct torpedo hits.
3-Sea Anchor


I leave the rest to you!
 
#2
1 I dont think he would make enough splash, apart from entry to the water

2 He is bound to be the wrong size for the actual hole you get

3 He may be a drag in politics but I think he would float to high in the water to be any value.

Peter
 
#4
Maxi_77 said:
1 I dont think he would make enough splash, apart from entry to the water

2 He is bound to be the wrong size for the actual hole you get

3 He may be a drag in politics but I think he would float to high in the water to be any value.

Peter
OK, how about a Type 23 fender?
 

Father_Famine

Lantern Swinger
#5
4: Sentry on Main Gate into South Lebanon.

5: Figure head on newest Submarine (though could cause trim problems, might need to put Margaret Becketts caravan on the back to even thinngs up)

6: Act as practice dummy to enable the Old Bill to practice use of Reasonable Force when enforcing ASBO

7: If he floats that high inthe water pop a lamp on his head and use him as the Outer Spit Bouy he can welcome all the lads back.

Terry
 
#8
What were those Cherokee Indians called in the second world war, the ones who spoke thier native language to avoid messages getting into enemy hands?

If we could find someone else who spoke "Prescott" we would never need crypto again!!
 
#10
13. Spokesman for Stella Artois (aka reassuringly expensive)
14. Japanese disaster movie icon - for Godzirra, read Johnprezza
15. Sci-Fi convention appearances as Jabber (speech & propensity for left hooks) the Hut
 
#14
imom1406 said:
What were those Cherokee Indians called in the second world war, the ones who spoke thier native language to avoid messages getting into enemy hands?

If we could find someone else who spoke "Prescott" we would never need crypto again!!
'Windtalkers'

JP has enough wind, and he loves to talk (even if it is a load of carp).... :lol:
 
#16
I find a biscuit barrel not only good for prolonging the life of your custard creams but also keeping your muffin moist..nothing worse than a dried out muffin!
 
#17
WarMonger said:
I find a biscuit barrel not only good for prolonging the life of your custard creams but also keeping your muffin moist..nothing worse than a dried out muffin!
That is why one should always get a freshly baked one everyday from the Muffin Shop opposite the office :lol:
 
#20
rosinacarley said:
What possible emergency could there be to need to bounce up and down on John Prescott? My god, I would rather eat my own weight in chocolate chip muffins!
Now, now... Rosina. Imagine you're a baby wafu and you need to get some flying practice in, but due to government cuts your fuel is rationed (to cover the salary cost of the Deputy PM) and the ship's only trampoline is being used as a mini awning to shelter the ship's cat and lower deck lawyer from the hot sun, then you'd need a floating Prezzer in the oggin.

Personally I'd need no excuse to tuck into those yummy sounding muffins.

Steve.
 

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