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  • Kayleigh
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    Hi Barry,

    I agree that the advert featuring the barber seems a bit random - but perhaps he is an example of a businessman who might need to stock quite a lot of sugar (if he offers tea and coffee to his clients)?

    ... and as 'sugaring' is a method of body hair removal, the barber might have put sugar-wax (containing Silver Spoon Sugar) on his head - which might be why he is bald? LOL

    The picture on the record cover does sound very 1970's! - and it probably would be more PC these days if the lady had been pouring the golden syrup on her pancakes (rather than wearing it as edible underwear!) LOL

    That's a great song by the Rolling Stones. There were probably some other great classic tracks on there ... and going back to the lady on the LP cover, perhaps one of them was 'Pour some Sugar On Me' by Def Leppard !?! ... perhaps not? ... but it wouldn't surprise me if the well known 'Sugar Sugar' song was included ....
    http://https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=h9nE2spOw_o

    Love
    Kayleigh
    Last edited by Kayleigh; 6 October 2019, 23:04.

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  • Barry52
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    Nice one Kayleigh, although I gave up sugar in my tea years ago but I still have it in coffee and baking. I understand using the farmer in the advert since he grows the sugar beet but I’m not sure where the barber fits.

    Shortly after joining the company back in 1973 they produced a promotional LP record with cover versions of songs with sugar references. It was never on sale as it was intended to be given to our customers i.e. the retailers. The cover sleeve would not have been politically correct today as it depicted a semi naked black lady covered in golden syrup which wouldn’t have caused a stir in the era. My copy was discarded when I got rid of my record player.

    One of my favorite songs on the album is https://youtu.be/3B0Y3LUqr1Q

    Barry x

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  • Kayleigh
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    Originally posted by Terry View Post
    Very good, Kayleigh,

    The shop girl is quite nice in her own way. We get along well but I just try to wind her up and make her sort of smile.

    Terry
    Hi Terry,

    I don't think the shop girl appreciates what a nice and sweet-natured person you are Terry! Next time you see her, you might want to put her straight about that by saying .....

    "Candy is sweet to eat. Sweet words are good to say. Sweet people are rare to meet... OMG! ... lucky you, how did you find me?!"

    Saying that should get a reaction from her (one way or another! LOL)

    She might accuse you of sugar coating your true personality and she might need further convincing about what a sweetheart you really are?! LOL

    But you never know, she might be so convinced by your sweet-talking, that she even whispers sweet-nothings in your ear and offers to be your 'Sugar Baby'! (but don't tell sweet-toothed Sugar Daddy Barry, because I think he likes to keep all the 'Sugar Babies' for himself LOL. )

    Love,
    Kayleigh
    Last edited by Kayleigh; 6 October 2019, 18:22.

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  • Kayleigh
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    Originally posted by Barry52 View Post
    Oh no Kayleigh now you have upset me as Tate & Lyle were the opposition but I can forgive a lady who has your sense of humour. I suspect I will dream tonight of that awful advert “smile it’s Tate & Lyle”.

    Barry x
    Hi Sugar Daddy,

    I have found a Farmer and a Barber who prefer a brand of sugar that might be more your cup of tea too??? ....

    http://https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=8FEJBjzmJ-E

    http://https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=fRJVcuoURYw

    See you later sweetie!

    Kayleigh x

    P.S .....

    What is the gender neutral term for a Sugar Daddy?
    ' A Glucose Guardian' LOL
    Last edited by Kayleigh; 6 October 2019, 17:02.

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  • Barry52
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    Oh no Kayleigh now you have upset me as Tate & Lyle were the opposition but I can forgive a lady who has your sense of humour. I suspect I will dream tonight of that awful advert “smile it’s Tate & Lyle”.

    Barry x

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  • Kayleigh
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    Hi Terry and Barry,

    Some lines you might want to sweet-talk the girl in the shop with....LOL.....

    "You're so hot, even a fireman couldn't put you out!"

    "You're so sweet, you'd easily put 'Tate & Lyle' out of business!"

    Love
    Kayleigh x

    P.S......
    Boy - "Can I buy you a coffee?"
    Girl - "No"
    Boy - "That's ok, you could buy me one instead" LOL
    Last edited by Kayleigh; 5 October 2019, 23:07.

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  • Kayleigh
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    Hi Terry,

    You could take a large flask of coffee with you next month, as the girl requested. It would save you some money and you could ask the girl to pour it into cups for you and your friends - she might do it, if you ask her nicely?! LOL

    You might be pushing your luck though and you might end up with her pouring hot coffee onto your lap instead of in the cups!

    Perhaps Sugar Daddy Barry could come along as well? - together you would definitely be able to sweet talk her into it! LOL.

    Love
    Kayleigh x
    Last edited by Kayleigh; 5 October 2019, 19:06.

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  • Terry
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    Very good, Kayleigh,

    The shop girl is quite nice in her own way. We get along well but I just try to wind her up and make her sort of smile.

    Mind you I am a bit at risk of getting something poured over me. I am treading on hot coals.

    Maybe I'll be more careful next month, no forget being careful and boring.

    Just do it, Terry

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  • Barry52
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    Thanks for putting a smile on my face Kayleigh and don’t forget I am the sugar daddy having worked in the industry for 38 years.

    Barry x

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  • Kayleigh
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    Hi Terry,

    I hope you enjoyed your monthly catch-up with your petrol head pals.

    It sounds like the girl in the shop wasn't too eager to serve more coffee - but hopefully she didn't scrimp on the extra cream you always like in your coffee Terry.

    I also like lots of cream in my coffee - but unlike you, I am not sweet enough already, so I always need plenty of sugar in it too!

    A bit cheeky of the girl to ask you to bring a flask of coffee next time. Hopefully the coffee server isn't usually that unfriendly! Perhaps, for some reason yesterday, she was feeling rather like a sad coffee - 'Depresso' LOL.

    Next time you meet your pals in that shop for coffee, if you tell the girl a few gags and jokes it might cheer her up?? .... LOL ....

    - A guy walked into a coffee shop and orders a coffee to go.
    The coffee gets up and leaves.

    - Where do birds go for coffee?
    To the Nestcafe!

    - How did the hipster burn his tongue?
    He drank his coffee before it was cool.

    - I said to my Doctor "Every time I drink coffee, I get a stabbing pain in my eye".
    The Doctor replied "Have you tried taking the spoon out?"

    - What is the opposite of coffee?
    Sneezy!

    - What do you call a cow who has just given birth?
    De-calf-inated.

    - I went into a coffee shop and asked the barista "how much is a cup of coffee?"
    The batista replied "£2 a cup and the refills are free".
    I said "That's great, I'll have a refill please".

    ... and finally, a friendly warning, drinking too much coffee can cause a latte problems! LOL

    Love
    Kayleigh x

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  • Terry
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    Hi,

    I'm in trouble again, this time with my local village shop.

    Once a month we have a petrol heads meeting there, for a load of old farts and me.

    I just asked for another drink for them and I got abuse.

    Maybe I did pick on one girl and say, "they can't hardly talk because their throats are so dry".

    They normally offer a second cup earlier. She said that I better bring a big flask of coffee for next month.

    I wouldn't mind but I was only thinking of others as I didn't want another drink myself.

    But the main reason was to get a reaction, I succeed.

    Love Terry

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  • Terry
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    Originally posted by Ellie View Post
    Great song TC but did you ever listen to its lyrics? Quite explicit to play to a bride-to-be, or maybe that was your last ditch plan to have her call off the wedding
    Love Ellie.
    No, I didn't listen to them, just the main bit. She was worried about things then and another lady their said that he was worried about losing her because you are gorgeous.

    That's why. I am surprised that it was not banned.

    Love Terry

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  • Kayleigh
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    Hi Dina,

    The weather seems to be much cooler now. I had to make a quick retreat from my garden yesterday due to a sudden downpour of heavy rain. Looks like the Summer is over then! LOL

    As the children are going back to school this week, it should be quieter in the shops during school hours - yippee!! - less queues and I can also enjoy a peaceful mid-morning cuppa in my favourite cafe without loads of screaming kids running around. LOL

    Well, I say peaceful, but it might not be that peaceful if I happen to be in the same cafe as TC playing his music to the cafe girls again! LOL

    I hope everything goes well with your PEG op tomorrow.

    Love and hugs,

    Kayleigh x
    Last edited by Kayleigh; 1 September 2019, 16:58.

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  • Terry
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    Hi Dina;

    Are you really that bored.

    Nice to get your hair done.

    Love Terry

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  • Gillette
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    Originally posted by Terry View Post
    Hi Dina,

    We all have such drab life's, so what's happening in that exciting place?

    I'm at the gym overlooking a pool full of women, but yet to have coffee and my nut and fruit snack.

    Hope you are feeling well.

    Love Terry
    Hi Terry,

    I have given the lowdown on the shenanigans at this esteemed institution in The Daily Dribble. *smiles innocently

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