Yeah, surely all boys who watched blue peter during the early 80's will remember JD and doing the JOEY. In Stavanger last year my missus bought a pair to Joey boots, I took the p155 but she didnt understand being a mere whipper snapper (mid 20's), she had to phone her dad and ask who Joey was.
needless to say she has not worn the boots since..........
Long live Joooeeey eeerrrrgh (doing the Joey twisted arms gurning face and a little bit of dribble)
Oh how I laughed when I read that and those memories came flooding back.
Being called a Joey for weeks as a result of being awarded a swimming trophy in front of the whole school assembly (the shame torments me to this day!)
Calling my best mate Nicky a Deeeeekuuuuuurrrrn because his mum bought him the "almost but not-quite-right" pair of trainers to be seen in.
Hopefully Joey's up there in God's kingdom, smiling down proudly on the phrases he donated to the English language of the 80's.
BTW, does anyone remember that bloke who claimed to be his "interpreter"? Yeah right! That's why Joey looked so upset all the time if you ask me, if he could have he'd have said "that's not what I said at all"! Bless him.
what about that mlaarrr from "picture the loan", you know the one, the one's who's on the phone sorting a loan whilst his half fit missus is filming him with a home video.
Now he's the type of bloke who's face I'd NEVER get bored of kicking.
That advert is a ******* disgrace i'n't it? Is it no wonder that he's in so much debt if he conducts his financial affairs by half arsed phone calls whilst titting about with a football whilst his missus films him. What the **** is the video camera doing outside of the bedroom anyway? And why is he buying a video camera if he's in so much debt. I don't think he's even in debt to be honest, if he was he'd be worrying himself sick and would have lost about six stone the big fat lard bucket.