For a brief smile.

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For a brief smile.

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Two years old, apparently, but I've only just come across it.

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I had to smile when looking at the newspaper headlines today. The Daily Star had: "The clap's back"

I automatically assumed that, on top of everything else, we were now facing an outbreak of venereal disease...
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Happy soundcheck day. :thumb:

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Apropos of nothing at all, I have noticed the preference for running words together, as in "weeknights". The problem with that is that I always think of small men in shiny armour....
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...but did you get the joke? :-)
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Good gag.

I'm told this classic of my youth started life as a soundcheck rather than a song

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