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    As St. Patrick's Day draws near, and the luck of the Irish. I thought I'd share these Good Luck Superstitions with you all. Enjoy and let me know just what you consider Good Luck.

    Good Luck Superstitions: Good Luck: Fingers Crossed - By making the sign of the Christian faith with our fingers, evil spirits would be prevented from destroying our chances of good fortune.

    Good Luck Superstitions: Good Luck: Knock on Wood - It was believed that good spirits lived in trees, and that by knocking on anything made from wood, we could call upon these spirits for protection against misfortune.

    Good Luck Superstitions: Good Luck: Saying God Bless You When Somebody Sneezes. When the great plague swept Europe., sufferers began sneezing violently which was a sign of death. The Pope therefore passed a law requiring people to bless the sneezer. At the same time, it was expected that anybody sneezing would cover their mouth with a cloth or their hand. This was obviously to stop the spreading of the disease, but many believed that it was to keep the soul intact. Sneezing 'into the air' would allow the soul to escape and death would be imminent. Up until this time, the opposite was true. Those who sneezed were congratulated, as it was believed that a violent sneeze would expel evil from their bodies.

    Good Luck Superstitions: Good Luck: A robin flying into the house

    Good Luck Superstitions: Good Luck: Sneezing 3 times before breakfast

    Good Luck Superstitions: Good Luck: Meeting 3 sheep

    Good Luck Superstitions: Good Luck: Looking at the new moon over your right shoulder

    Good Luck Superstitions: Good Luck: A 4-leaf clover

    Good Luck Superstitions: Good Luck: Spilling wine while proposing a toast

    Good Luck Superstitions: Good Luck: Putting a dress on inside out

    Good Luck Superstitions: Good Luck: 9 peas in a pea pod

    Good Luck Superstitions: Good Luck: Hearing crickets singing

    Good Luck Superstitions: Good Luck: Picking up a pin, Dropping a glove

    Good Luck Superstitions: Good Luck: A horseshoe, Peacock feathers

    Good Luck Superstitions: Good Luck: Cutting your hair during a storm

    Good Luck Superstitions: Good Luck: Sleeping facing south

    Good Luck Superstitions: Good Luck: White heather

    Good Luck Superstitions: Good Luck: Picking up a pencil in the street

    Good Luck Superstitions: Good Luck: Breaking clear and uncolored glass

    Good Luck Superstitions: Good Luck: Walking in the rain

    Good Luck Superstitions: Good Luck: Sleeping on un-ironed sheets

    Good Luck Superstitions: Good Luck: Avoiding cracks in the sidewalk

    Good Luck Superstitions: Good Luck: An itch on the top of your head

    Good Luck Superstitions: Good Luck: Scissors hanging an a hook

    Good Luck Superstitions: Good Luck: A ladybug on you

    Good Luck Superstitions: Good Luck: Carrying an acorn on your person will ensure good luck & longevity!

    Good Luck Superstitions: Good Luck: To find a four-leaf clover means immense good luck, so keep it safe

    Good Luck Superstitions: Good Luck: To pick up a piece of coal that has fallen in your path.

    Good Luck Superstitions: Good Luck : To have one's garments caught up by a bush or briar when out walking is a promise of good luck, involving monetary gain.

    Good Luck Superstitions: Good Luck: New enterprises will be fortunate if begun at the time of the new moon.

    Good Luck Superstitions: Good Luck: If by chance you meet the same person twice when you are out on business. It is even luckier if you encounter him once when you are setting out and again when you are returning.

    Good Luck Superstitions: Good Luck: Dolphins swimming nearby a ship

    Good Luck Superstitions: Good Luck: A naked woman on board a boat is said to calm the seas. [img]/infopop/emoticons/icon_cool.gif[/img] [img]/infopop/emoticons/icon_biggrin.gif[/img]

    Good Luck Superstitions: Good Luck: Golfers can have a successful day on the course if they start their round with odd numbered clubs and don't use balls with numbers higher than 4

    Good Luck Superstitions: Good Luck: To set out for golfing on a rainy day

    Good Luck Superstitions: See a penny, pick it up; all day long you will have good luck.

    General Superstitions: If you see a chimney sweep then shake his hand so that some of his good luck rubs off onto you.

    General Superstitions: If the first butterfly you see in the year is white, you will have good luck all year.

    General Superstitions: Clover protects human beings and animals from the spell of magicians and the wiles of fairies, and brings good luck to those who keep it in the house.

    General Superstitions: It's bad luck to pick up a coin if it's tails side up. Good luck comes if it's heads up.

    General Superstitions: For good luck throughout the year, wear new clothes on Easter.

    General Superstitions: A frog brings good luck to the house it enters (tarsus?)

    Moving into a new home Superstitions: Nail an evergreen branch to new rafters to bring good luck. An empty hornets' nest, hung high, also will bring good luck to any age house.

    Halloween Superstitions: In North America, it's bad luck if a black cat crosses your path and good luck if a white cat crosses your path. In Britain and Ireland, it's the opposite.

    Good Luck Superstitions: Good Luck: Carrying an acorn on your person will ensure good luck & longevity!

    Good Luck Superstitions: Good Luck : To have one's garments caught up by a bush or briar when out walking is a promise of good luck, involving monetary gain.

    Acting and Stage Superstitions: Actors never wish each other, good luck before a performance as it might have the opposite effect. It's safer to tell an actor heading for the stage to, break a leg, knock 'em dead, or see you on the green.

    Animal Superstitions: Dogs: Meeting a dog - good luck (especially Dalmatians)

    Animal Superstitions: Adder: To kill an adder - general good luck

    Animal Superstitions: Badger: Carrying a badgers tooth - Good luck (especially for gamblers)

    Animal Superstitions: Butterfly: If the first butterfly you see in the year is white, you will have good luck all year

    Animal Superstitions: Butterfly: Inside the house - good luck

    Animal Superstitions: Calf: Giving mistletoe as a gift to the first calf of the year - good luck to the herd

    Animal Superstitions: Cat: A black cat crossing your path - good luck (A white cat in USA, Spain and Belgium)

    Animal Superstitions: Cat: Dreaming of white cat means good luck

    Animal Superstitions: Cockerel: White cockerel - good luck

    Animal Superstitions: Cuckoo: First sound of a cuckoo in spring coming from the right - good luck

    Animal Superstitions: Fox: Seeing a lone fox - good luck

    Animal Superstitions: Frogs: A frog brings good luck to the house it enters.

    Animal Superstitions: Goat: Meeting a goat when on an important journey - good luck

    Animal Superstitions: Goose: Goose eaten on Michelmas day - good luck

    Animal Superstitions: Guinea Fowl: Generally good luck

    Animal Superstitions: Hares: Seeing a brown hare - good luck

    Animal Superstitions: Hares: Carrying a hare's foot - good luck

    Animal Superstitions: Kingfisher: Seeing a kingfisher - good luck

    Animal Superstitions: Ladybird (Ladybug): Landing on you - very good luck

    Animal Superstitions: Magpie: Chinese belief -a magpie is good luck and should never be killed

    Animal Superstitions: Martin: Nesting in a house - good luck to the household

    Animal Superstitions: Oyster: Carrying an oyster shell - good luck

    Animal Superstitions: Porpoise: Harbinger of good luck

    Animal Superstitions: Rabbits: Passing in front of you - good luck

    Animal Superstitions: Rabbits: Keeping a rabbit's foot - good luck

    Animal Superstitions: Ravens: Welsh belief - A raven on a chimney is good luck to those within

    Animal Superstitions: Spiders: A spider spinning in the morning - Good Luck

    Animal Superstitions: Spiders: A spider dropping on its thread - Good Luck

    Animal Superstitions: Spiders: Seeing a spider cross a wall - Good Luck

    Animal Superstitions: Wasp: Killing the first wasp of the season - good luck

    Card Superstitions: It is good luck is to blow through the cards when they are being shuffled.

    Baby Superstitions: A baby's tooth, set in a ring or brooch, was sometimes worn in order to bring good luck

    Christmas Superstitions: A Christmas candle left burning in the window all night guarantees the household's good luck in the coming year. If the candles goes out, it is bad luck.

    Christmas Superstitions: It is good luck to kiss under the mistletoe. It is bad luck to deliberately to avoid doing this.

    Greek Superstitions: Greeks believe that Money attracts money, so never leave your pockets, purses or wallets completely empty and never completely empty your bank account. Always leave at least a coin or two. It is also considered good luck that when you give a gift of a wallet or a purse, that you put a coin or two in it before giving it to the recipient.

    Greek Superstitions: Filahta Talismans are good luck charms. Sometimes they are pinned to the backs of small children?s and infant?s clothing, while other times people carry them in their pockets and purses. There are numerous items that are used for Filahta that are thought to guard you from evil, such as gold crosses, medals of Saints, evil eyes, beads, sachets containing anything from holy ground or something that has been blessed.

    New Years Superstitions: If the first person to cross the threshold of a house after midnight on New Years is a dark-haird man and he carries a shovel full of coal, then a year of good luck will follow.

    New Years Superstitions: Clocks should be wound up immediately the New Year begins in order to endow the house with good fortune, while all daily cleaning and dusting should be completed early in the day of December 31 in order to avoid the danger of sweeping good luck from the house.

    New Years Superstitions: Black-Eyes Peas: A tradition common to the Southern part of the United States says that the eating of black-eyed peas on New Year's Day will attract both general good luck and money in particular to the one doing the dining

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    As St. Patrick's Day draws near, and the luck of the Irish. I thought I'd share these Good Luck Superstitions with you all. Enjoy and let me know just what you consider Good Luck.

    Good Luck Superstitions: Good Luck: Fingers Crossed - By making the sign of the Christian faith with our fingers, evil spirits would be prevented from destroying our chances of good fortune.

    Good Luck Superstitions: Good Luck: Knock on Wood - It was believed that good spirits lived in trees, and that by knocking on anything made from wood, we could call upon these spirits for protection against misfortune.

    Good Luck Superstitions: Good Luck: Saying God Bless You When Somebody Sneezes. When the great plague swept Europe., sufferers began sneezing violently which was a sign of death. The Pope therefore passed a law requiring people to bless the sneezer. At the same time, it was expected that anybody sneezing would cover their mouth with a cloth or their hand. This was obviously to stop the spreading of the disease, but many believed that it was to keep the soul intact. Sneezing 'into the air' would allow the soul to escape and death would be imminent. Up until this time, the opposite was true. Those who sneezed were congratulated, as it was believed that a violent sneeze would expel evil from their bodies.

    Good Luck Superstitions: Good Luck: A robin flying into the house

    Good Luck Superstitions: Good Luck: Sneezing 3 times before breakfast

    Good Luck Superstitions: Good Luck: Meeting 3 sheep

    Good Luck Superstitions: Good Luck: Looking at the new moon over your right shoulder

    Good Luck Superstitions: Good Luck: A 4-leaf clover

    Good Luck Superstitions: Good Luck: Spilling wine while proposing a toast

    Good Luck Superstitions: Good Luck: Putting a dress on inside out

    Good Luck Superstitions: Good Luck: 9 peas in a pea pod

    Good Luck Superstitions: Good Luck: Hearing crickets singing

    Good Luck Superstitions: Good Luck: Picking up a pin, Dropping a glove

    Good Luck Superstitions: Good Luck: A horseshoe, Peacock feathers

    Good Luck Superstitions: Good Luck: Cutting your hair during a storm

    Good Luck Superstitions: Good Luck: Sleeping facing south

    Good Luck Superstitions: Good Luck: White heather

    Good Luck Superstitions: Good Luck: Picking up a pencil in the street

    Good Luck Superstitions: Good Luck: Breaking clear and uncolored glass

    Good Luck Superstitions: Good Luck: Walking in the rain

    Good Luck Superstitions: Good Luck: Sleeping on un-ironed sheets

    Good Luck Superstitions: Good Luck: Avoiding cracks in the sidewalk

    Good Luck Superstitions: Good Luck: An itch on the top of your head

    Good Luck Superstitions: Good Luck: Scissors hanging an a hook

    Good Luck Superstitions: Good Luck: A ladybug on you

    Good Luck Superstitions: Good Luck: Carrying an acorn on your person will ensure good luck & longevity!

    Good Luck Superstitions: Good Luck: To find a four-leaf clover means immense good luck, so keep it safe

    Good Luck Superstitions: Good Luck: To pick up a piece of coal that has fallen in your path.

    Good Luck Superstitions: Good Luck : To have one's garments caught up by a bush or briar when out walking is a promise of good luck, involving monetary gain.

    Good Luck Superstitions: Good Luck: New enterprises will be fortunate if begun at the time of the new moon.

    Good Luck Superstitions: Good Luck: If by chance you meet the same person twice when you are out on business. It is even luckier if you encounter him once when you are setting out and again when you are returning.

    Good Luck Superstitions: Good Luck: Dolphins swimming nearby a ship

    Good Luck Superstitions: Good Luck: A naked woman on board a boat is said to calm the seas. [img]/infopop/emoticons/icon_cool.gif[/img] [img]/infopop/emoticons/icon_biggrin.gif[/img]

    Good Luck Superstitions: Good Luck: Golfers can have a successful day on the course if they start their round with odd numbered clubs and don't use balls with numbers higher than 4

    Good Luck Superstitions: Good Luck: To set out for golfing on a rainy day

    Good Luck Superstitions: See a penny, pick it up; all day long you will have good luck.

    General Superstitions: If you see a chimney sweep then shake his hand so that some of his good luck rubs off onto you.

    General Superstitions: If the first butterfly you see in the year is white, you will have good luck all year.

    General Superstitions: Clover protects human beings and animals from the spell of magicians and the wiles of fairies, and brings good luck to those who keep it in the house.

    General Superstitions: It's bad luck to pick up a coin if it's tails side up. Good luck comes if it's heads up.

    General Superstitions: For good luck throughout the year, wear new clothes on Easter.

    General Superstitions: A frog brings good luck to the house it enters (tarsus?)

    Moving into a new home Superstitions: Nail an evergreen branch to new rafters to bring good luck. An empty hornets' nest, hung high, also will bring good luck to any age house.

    Halloween Superstitions: In North America, it's bad luck if a black cat crosses your path and good luck if a white cat crosses your path. In Britain and Ireland, it's the opposite.

    Good Luck Superstitions: Good Luck: Carrying an acorn on your person will ensure good luck & longevity!

    Good Luck Superstitions: Good Luck : To have one's garments caught up by a bush or briar when out walking is a promise of good luck, involving monetary gain.

    Acting and Stage Superstitions: Actors never wish each other, good luck before a performance as it might have the opposite effect. It's safer to tell an actor heading for the stage to, break a leg, knock 'em dead, or see you on the green.

    Animal Superstitions: Dogs: Meeting a dog - good luck (especially Dalmatians)

    Animal Superstitions: Adder: To kill an adder - general good luck

    Animal Superstitions: Badger: Carrying a badgers tooth - Good luck (especially for gamblers)

    Animal Superstitions: Butterfly: If the first butterfly you see in the year is white, you will have good luck all year

    Animal Superstitions: Butterfly: Inside the house - good luck

    Animal Superstitions: Calf: Giving mistletoe as a gift to the first calf of the year - good luck to the herd

    Animal Superstitions: Cat: A black cat crossing your path - good luck (A white cat in USA, Spain and Belgium)

    Animal Superstitions: Cat: Dreaming of white cat means good luck

    Animal Superstitions: Cockerel: White cockerel - good luck

    Animal Superstitions: Cuckoo: First sound of a cuckoo in spring coming from the right - good luck

    Animal Superstitions: Fox: Seeing a lone fox - good luck

    Animal Superstitions: Frogs: A frog brings good luck to the house it enters.

    Animal Superstitions: Goat: Meeting a goat when on an important journey - good luck

    Animal Superstitions: Goose: Goose eaten on Michelmas day - good luck

    Animal Superstitions: Guinea Fowl: Generally good luck

    Animal Superstitions: Hares: Seeing a brown hare - good luck

    Animal Superstitions: Hares: Carrying a hare's foot - good luck

    Animal Superstitions: Kingfisher: Seeing a kingfisher - good luck

    Animal Superstitions: Ladybird (Ladybug): Landing on you - very good luck

    Animal Superstitions: Magpie: Chinese belief -a magpie is good luck and should never be killed

    Animal Superstitions: Martin: Nesting in a house - good luck to the household

    Animal Superstitions: Oyster: Carrying an oyster shell - good luck

    Animal Superstitions: Porpoise: Harbinger of good luck

    Animal Superstitions: Rabbits: Passing in front of you - good luck

    Animal Superstitions: Rabbits: Keeping a rabbit's foot - good luck

    Animal Superstitions: Ravens: Welsh belief - A raven on a chimney is good luck to those within

    Animal Superstitions: Spiders: A spider spinning in the morning - Good Luck

    Animal Superstitions: Spiders: A spider dropping on its thread - Good Luck

    Animal Superstitions: Spiders: Seeing a spider cross a wall - Good Luck

    Animal Superstitions: Wasp: Killing the first wasp of the season - good luck

    Card Superstitions: It is good luck is to blow through the cards when they are being shuffled.

    Baby Superstitions: A baby's tooth, set in a ring or brooch, was sometimes worn in order to bring good luck

    Christmas Superstitions: A Christmas candle left burning in the window all night guarantees the household's good luck in the coming year. If the candles goes out, it is bad luck.

    Christmas Superstitions: It is good luck to kiss under the mistletoe. It is bad luck to deliberately to avoid doing this.

    Greek Superstitions: Greeks believe that Money attracts money, so never leave your pockets, purses or wallets completely empty and never completely empty your bank account. Always leave at least a coin or two. It is also considered good luck that when you give a gift of a wallet or a purse, that you put a coin or two in it before giving it to the recipient.

    Greek Superstitions: Filahta Talismans are good luck charms. Sometimes they are pinned to the backs of small children?s and infant?s clothing, while other times people carry them in their pockets and purses. There are numerous items that are used for Filahta that are thought to guard you from evil, such as gold crosses, medals of Saints, evil eyes, beads, sachets containing anything from holy ground or something that has been blessed.

    New Years Superstitions: If the first person to cross the threshold of a house after midnight on New Years is a dark-haird man and he carries a shovel full of coal, then a year of good luck will follow.

    New Years Superstitions: Clocks should be wound up immediately the New Year begins in order to endow the house with good fortune, while all daily cleaning and dusting should be completed early in the day of December 31 in order to avoid the danger of sweeping good luck from the house.

    New Years Superstitions: Black-Eyes Peas: A tradition common to the Southern part of the United States says that the eating of black-eyed peas on New Year's Day will attract both general good luck and money in particular to the one doing the dining

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    • #3
      quote:
      Originally posted by hw:
      [qb] As St. Patrick's Day draws near, and the luck of the Irish. I thought I'd share these Good Luck Superstitions with you all. Enjoy and let me know just what you consider Good Luck.
      General Superstitions: If you see a chimney sweep then shake his hand so that some of his good luck rubs off onto you.

      Animal Superstitions: Badger: Carrying a badgers tooth - Good luck (especially for gamblers)
      Animal Superstitions: Goat: Meeting a goat when on an important journey - good luck
      Animal Superstitions: Goose: Goose eaten on Michelmas day - good luck
      Animal Superstitions: Rabbits: Keeping a rabbit's foot - good luck
      [img]/infopop/emoticons/icon_biggrin.gif[/img] [img]/infopop/emoticons/icon_biggrin.gif[/img] [/qb]
      Hey HW
      The best luck one can have is to have good friends like yourself [img]/infopop/emoticons/icon_smile.gif[/img] ....
      The chimney sweep, thats easy its because the ones you dont see (the ones that feel off the roof or are still stuck in someones chimney) arent lucky to begin with [img]/infopop/emoticons/icon_biggrin.gif[/img] ... As for the animals Im not sure didnt seem very lucky for them [img]/infopop/emoticons/icon_rolleyes.gif[/img]

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      • #4
        quote:
        Originally posted by stevenf64:
        Hey HW
        The best luck one can have is to have good friends like yourself [img]/infopop/emoticons/icon_smile.gif[/img] ....
        [/QB]
        I feel the same way Steve... BLB! [img]/infopop/emoticons/icon_biggrin.gif[/img] (Now before anyone gets thier knickers in a knot...I call Steve my Big/Little Brother). [img]/infopop/emoticons/icon_razz.gif[/img]

        I thought this one was very appropriate for our fisherman buddies:
        Good Luck Superstitions: Good Luck: A naked woman on board a boat is said to calm the seas.

        Oh this is such a nice day...70+. [img]/infopop/emoticons/icon_cool.gif[/img] We'll be having our first BBQ of the season tonight. Going to go out and enjoy the sun while it lasts. [img]/infopop/emoticons/icon_wink.gif[/img] [img]/infopop/emoticons/icon_biggrin.gif[/img]

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        • #5
          quote:
          Originally posted by hw:
          [qb] I thought this one was very appropriate for our fisherman buddies:
          Good Luck Superstitions: Good Luck: A naked woman on board a boat is said to calm the seas.
          [/qb]
          Don't tell me you fell for that line! [img]/infopop/emoticons/icon_wink.gif[/img]


          -Mark

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          • #6
            Well, I'm not superstitious, and nothing bad has ever happened to me, touch wood!

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            • #7
              quote:
              Originally posted by hw:
              [qb] Good Luck Superstitions: Good Luck: A naked woman on board a boat is said to calm the seas. [/qb]
              Whatever the sight of her does to the sailors. [img]/infopop/emoticons/icon_eek.gif[/img]

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              • #8
                quote:
                Originally posted by Naturist Mark:
                [qb]
                quote:
                Originally posted by hw:
                Good Luck Superstitions: Good Luck: A naked woman on board a boat is said to calm the seas.
                [/qb]
                Don't tell me you fell for that line! [img]/infopop/emoticons/icon_wink.gif[/img]
                -Mark
                Hook, line and sinker. [img]/infopop/emoticons/icon_wink.gif[/img] But I have been known to hang out with a Fish or two in my time. [img]/infopop/emoticons/icon_cool.gif[/img]



                Originally posted by Rex:
                quote:
                Well, I'm not superstitious, and nothing bad has ever happened to me, touch wood!
                Rex I am so glad you don't take these silly superstitions seriously. [img]/infopop/emoticons/icon_biggrin.gif[/img]



                Originally posted by Jochanaan:
                quote:
                Whatever the sight of her does to the sailors.
                The sight of a naked woman probably makes sailors a little Dinghy. [img]/infopop/emoticons/icon_eek.gif[/img] [img]/infopop/emoticons/icon_wink.gif[/img]

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                • #9
                  Did'ja ever hear the song, "Davie's Got The Cutest Little Dinghy in the Navy"? Cute song. A long time ago; sounded like the Andrews Sisters.

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                  • #10
                    quote:
                    Originally posted by missouriboy:
                    [qb] Did'ja ever hear the song, "Davie's Got The Cutest Little Dinghy in the Navy"? Cute song. A long time ago; sounded like the Andrews Sisters. [/qb]
                    Never heard of it Moboy.... could you hum a few bar-ges of it? [img]/infopop/emoticons/icon_wink.gif[/img] [img]/infopop/emoticons/icon_biggrin.gif[/img]

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                    • #11
                      Heck, I can't even remember any of the lyrics, other than the title line (which I can still replay in my {block}head). I only heard it once, and can't even remember where or when, except that back then it was an 'under the counter' thing because it was considered 'naughty' in those days. Of course, today no one would bat an eye at it.

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                      • #12
                        I don't remember that particular song, but I remember the Chuck Berry tune, "My Ding-a-ling" It was one of the cutest songs when it first came out. The funniest part is when the last lyrics went something like, "... you must be playin' with your own ding-a-ling." I still laugh when I think about that song.

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                        • #13
                          Talking of "naughty " songs, English comedian-singer-songwriter George Formby, [about 60 years ago], had a song about him making the mistake of joining the navy.
                          One line, "I've got barnacles on my binnacle, and it jolly-well serves me right".
                          Not many people would know that a "binnacle" is the box housing the ship's compass, and assume he was talking about his penis. [Which is what he wanted them to think.]
                          That's how a number of British comedians "got away with it", in those more restrictive days, use double meanings, and accuse those who complained, of having dirty minds, for seeing it "that" way.

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                          • #14
                            To everyone at INA and all the posters on the BB's, Happy St. Patrick's Day! [img]/infopop/emoticons/icon_biggrin.gif[/img] [img]/infopop/emoticons/icon_biggrin.gif[/img]

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                            • #15
                              Thank you, hw. I've got about a 1/4 Irish in me. Here in Oklahoma we don't celebrate St. Patrick's Day until the 17th. Maybe we're just slower about getting a round tuit. I had one here somewhere. Oh, well, HAPPY HAPPY anyway.

                              Your friend.

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