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coburncream

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coburncream says:

Police and their names

 Policeman What do you call the Police

My Dad used to call them

Bobby's





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Barney Fartpants

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That's

What Glaswegians call knobs coincidently. Although probably spelt 'boabies'.

 

Is that correct Glaswegians?

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leepin99

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leepin99 says:

Coincidence?

Not in some cases matey...:biggrin:

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antrs250

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antrs250 says:

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rozzers.........fuzz.........pigs.......... hilters..........

do you think they seen us

hello mr plod can i just start be saying      it wasnt me

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vulcanrog

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vulcanrog says:

ant

you'll be in trouble & we don't want that do we ? alan & I have been BAD BAD BAD ! but we're not now,  the treatment sorted us out so when the van arrives don't fight it don't resist it's for your own good & as soon as you give in to it & conform you will feel better. there's some discomfort but the less you resist the quicker it's over & you'll return to a 'normal life' you won't want nasty motorbikes anymore or want to mix with BAD BAD BAD bike boys,  uncle Richard & his invisible friend will be with you,  make sure there's tissues close to hand ok they're for the tears of regret you'll shed for being BAD BAD BAD ! ---------------- coming mummy ! ----------  time for my bath & cocoa I know it's early but it's all part of the new me without motorbikes & bad bike boys

BIKES BAD BIKES BAD uncle Richard good uncle Richard good -------- good ---- zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz

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R100R

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R100R says:

names for police

Constables I generally refer to by their first names.  Sergeants I call "sarge." Inspectors and above I call "sir", "guv" or "ma'am.":winkie:

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FERGY.1

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FERGY.1 says:

Police and their names

I remember one called Paul. Funny a policeman haveing a name like that, suppose his mother must have named him that?:huh:

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R100R

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R100R says:

I also

know a police officer (garda) called Paul.  He works south of the border, though, in the Republic.

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FERGY.1

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FERGY.1 says:

Ah

not the same then. Also on bikes or is he shifted?

Haven't seen in yonks!

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vulcanrog

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vulcanrog says:

I know 2 police officers called Paul

so there ! they work (attend) the air station I work on & are MoD plod. Any advance on that ?

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excalibur

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excalibur says:

Don't know any policemen called Paul

Have a friend called Steve though.

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