Africans

#1
With all this comic relief stuff going on just lately I've been hearing a lot about starving Africans that live in mud huts that have to walk miles each day to get water from the river. Now is it just me or would it not be more sensible to build the huts closer to the river?
 
#2
Nails said:
With all this comic relief stuff going on just lately I've been hearing a lot about starving Africans that live in mud huts that have to walk miles each day to get water from the river. Now is it just me or would it not be more sensible to build the huts closer to the river?
:lol: :lol:
 
#4
Nails said:
With all this comic relief stuff going on just lately I've been hearing a lot about starving Africans that live in mud huts that have to walk miles each day to get water from the river. Now is it just me or would it not be more sensible to build the huts closer to the river?

If they did that they wouldn't get free handouts from gullible westerners
 

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Lantern Swinger
#5
zebo,a half blind 7 year old african orphan has to ride 5 miles a day to school with only one leg on a bicycle with buckled wheels and no brakes.for a small donation of two pounds well send you the video, its fcuking hilarious
 
#6
Anyone remember the Raleigh bike poster ad from the 50's which had a person of colour [ Times New Roman Black I think ] being chased by a lion as he cycled furiously along.I always wondered what the result of the race was.

What the fcuk is this one ?

 
#11
In a similar vein to politically incorrect ads, Camp coffee syrup had to change its logo (and not because of the gay overtones)

before:



after:

 
#13
dunkers said:
In a similar vein to politically incorrect ads, Camp coffee syrup had to change its logo (and not because of the gay overtones)

before:



after:

Right and proper thing too. Why should the ginger tribesman in a frock, whose country was conquered by English force of arms be treated any differently to the brown tribesman in a trouser-suit, whose country was conquered by English force of arms???

:bball:

RM
 
#19
Passed-over_Loggie said:
I know! That was more Rowner, though. It was never like that in Alverstoke.
Rowner, now there's a place. Before I started Mechs course myself and the (then) new wifey couldn't decide whether to buy a house in Guzz and I'd commute every weekend or go for a MQ in Gosport/Pompey. Took her up for the weekend and showed her Rowner. She just looked at me and said "you're commuting" End of chat. Now it's mainly all sold off the civvies advertised it as "Rowner village" 8O
 
#20
WreckerL said:
Passed-over_Loggie said:
I know! That was more Rowner, though. It was never like that in Alverstoke.
Rowner, now there's a place. Before I started Mechs course myself and the (then) new wifey couldn't decide whether to buy a house in Guzz and I'd commute every weekend or go for a MQ in Gosport/Pompey. Took her up for the weekend and showed her Rowner. She just looked at me and said "you're commuting" End of chat. Now it's mainly all sold off the civvies advertised it as "Rowner village" 8O
Fading memory moment,is that the place that had 'The Spread Eagle'? or Spread Legs as it was better known.

Good run ashore when all the RA's were at sea for some strange reason! :lol:
 

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