Susan Boyle...

Talentless cretin
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68%
Talented singer
6
32%
 
Total voters : 19

Re: Dame Kiri "sneers" At Susan Boyle

Postby CrustyMTB on Tue 18/May/10 9:16pm

bubbaa wrote:who IS that?
Dame Joan Sutherland, she could almost crack nuts between her chin and nose :crazy:
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Re: Dame Kiri "sneers" At Susan Boyle

Postby bubbaa on Tue 18/May/10 9:21pm

CrustyMTB wrote:
bubbaa wrote:who IS that?
Dame Joan Sutherland, she could almost crack nuts between her chin and nose :crazy:


nightmare on elm st. scary -think Id rather have susan :love:
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Re: Dame Kiri "sneers" At Susan Boyle

Postby Klarkash-ton on Tue 18/May/10 9:21pm

Malvina Major FTW
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Re: Dame Kiri "sneers" At Susan Boyle

Postby happybaboon on Tue 18/May/10 9:47pm

E Dogg Capizzle wrote:I like this one. :D

Awwwwwwwwww baby sloth :love:
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Re: Dame Kiri "sneers" At Susan Boyle

Postby Percy Pig on Tue 18/May/10 9:51pm

Henry Dorset Case wrote:
nostromo wrote:It is however her fault that she's a venal mean graceless old trout.
And voted most hated by our NZSO


says the man with the combat euphonium.

Hehe, you said "euphonium"! :D
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Re: Dame Kiri "sneers" At Susan Boyle

Postby fatwombat on Tue 18/May/10 10:00pm

Percy Pig wrote:Hehe, you said "euphonium"! :D

It's from Greek eu = beautiful, phonos = sound. Inventors of wind instruments are by nature pretentious windbags!
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Re: Dame Kiri "sneers" At Susan Boyle

Postby Oli on Tue 18/May/10 10:09pm

fatwombat wrote:
Percy Pig wrote:Hehe, you said "euphonium"! :D

It's from Greek eu = beautiful, phonos = sound. Inventors of wind instruments are by nature pretentious windbags!
:D
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