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Does Anybody Really Know What Time It Is?
Last edited by widgydidge; May 14th, 2015 at 04:02.
(at least another aussie got the joke lol thanks mr didge! )
for thsoe playing at home, it was a saying made popular by a terrible comedy show in the 80s or 90s, basically if there was a problem, the answer was "put some bloody vaso on it". i thought the delivery and hint of "its so silly you'd know i wasnt serious" mightve been enough but alas not lol
sorry guys, i'll stick to more universal dad joke material in the future eg. "i feel like a donut" "you sure dont look like one"
Googling "put some bloody vaso on it" brings up exactly ONE webpage -- this thread. https://www.google.com/search?q=%22p...utf-8&oe=utf-8
I haven't seen such an sad, lonely-looking Google results page since the days I played a game called "Googlewhacking." Googlewhack - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Obviously, Aussie TV wasn't a huge global export back then.
"Australian Broadcasting Corporation: twice as many viewers as Aurora public-access cable channel 10" would be an awful slogan. (That's probably an equally obscure reference from American TV during the same time period -- I wonder if anybody will recognize THAT one without searching the internet. )
I use the silicon grease I got from homedepot for plumbing and it works perfectly
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it def. wasnt like it was in an international movie like "my big fat greek wedding" where the guy puts windex on everything lol
sentiment of the joke is still the same tho, dont use personal bathroom products for "mechanical" application!
your quote strangely rings a distant bell but i cant make a connection to anything, maybe the simpsons?? lol tho aurora public access was in waynes world wasnt it? i only remember that cos it was on tv the other night so i watched it for the first time since the 90s lol
man i had such a huge crush on tia carrera (not sure why now tho...) and yes ive been randomly "schwinging" chicks and inanimate objects ever since (much to my wife's dismay)
so uhh... anyway, in summary, dont use vaso on your watch, its like using cooking oil on your bike chain, sounds like a good idea but youre not going to have a good time.
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