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Wednesday, November 09, 2005

Is it Inghams or Irvines with the spinning head?

7 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

You're thinking of the Ingham Twins.

The nutty sisters who jumped on a boat, rogered some asain sailor and ended up in a nunnery.

The way to tell them apart was easy. One has a great big wood polish stain down half her face.

8:42 AM NZDT

 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

both

Irvines is the shit one
Inghams is the funny one

9:43 AM NZDT

 
Anonymous Stiffy said...

Or maybe the Irvine family who lived on a pumpkin farm in Idaho, USA.

They were notorious for taking in orphans in the early 19th century. The kids would earn their keep by farming the pumpkins and in return, the Irvines would give them a roof over their heads and three hearty meals a day. At last count, they had over two hundred kids living with them.

The only issue arouse when police discovered that when the crop was low due to hail storms and unseasonal weather, the Irvines would cut open the kids heads like pumpkins and eat their brains.

They were tipped off when they went to the Irvines homestead on a routine visit the day after Haloween. Upon arrival, they discovered several hollow heads lining the deck with candles glowing through the eye-sockets.

9:46 AM NZDT

 
Anonymous stiffy said...

Actually none of that's true, but it beats doing christmas cards

9:58 AM NZDT

 
Anonymous Coffee Table boy said...

I'm doing xmas cards as well.

Most clients want non- christian - non xmas - non -santa cards.

Most fav so far: Have a good 25 December

Client loves it. She would, she went to universtiy and studied. She likes action points, Powerpoint and structured team meetings.

Never work in a place where people are grouped in Teams. Although, saying that, she is the 'Team Leader.'

10:13 AM NZDT

 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

There's a funny one?

11:58 AM NZDT

 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

deja voodoo.

12:57 PM NZDT

 

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