Discussion in 'CycleChat Cafe' started by andy_wrx, 3 Oct 2007.
Well, I suppose it is in America....
He's not got a leg to stand on.
did the purchaser tell him to hop it?
Surely the US has laws in place to stop profiteering from the sale of body parts. The original auction sale of the leg would I'm sure be void. If I was a lawyer I'd prove it.
April !st spoofs are rarely as good as that
He was quoted as saying" I've got nothing against the guys leg, trouble is. neither has he"
What I want to know is, what's preserving the leg? Did he actually smoke it?
What kind of smoking are we talking about? It would certain get the smoker some respect in dippy hippy circles.
There was a case in the town I lived in, 20-odd years ago, where the bin men found several horses' legs in a bin, reported it to the police as suspicious, thinking perhaps it was some sort of horse mutilator or something.
Turned-out to be a guy training to be a blacksmith, he'd bought them from the abbatoir and was practicing shoeing them....
How much practice does it take to learn to say "get away from me, horse's leg, go on, off with you!"?
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Sorry, must be missing something here ... is this some sort of legal dispute?
Might need to share that taxi...
Isn't there some kind of ownership cut-off point?
any room in that cab?
It'd probably be settled differently if the boot was on the other foot.
I bet he's a heel, can someone tell him to toe the line?
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