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jonf

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Boney Back Brown. Not as good as yours, Pete.

Then I copied them and randomised each one. Now seems I'm Pretty Lips Alison:))):))):))):)))
 

old git

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Screamin' Bones Washington or from the Welsh Ugly Bones Dupree, although that sound French to me.

Note Bene YC:-Should you confirm the Welsh Blues Name, you'll be grounded and spend the next month polishing the CaSLM Zimmer Frame Collection.
 

Andrew Sanders

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:crying::crying::crying::crying::crying:Fat Hips Davis, sounds like one of my old dinner ladies. I'm never cool me:crying::crying:
 

Young Col

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OG - I make your Welsh one Ugly Bones Davis - much more apt.
For myself I didn't like what the formula threw up, so I fell back on what a dear old friend of mine (now deceased) dubbed me when fooling around with a tape recorder in our youth sometime in the 1960's -- Moanin' Henry.
YC
 

AndyG

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Fat no middle name Jones ..... think I prefer my partners Boney Hips Bailey :shocked:
 
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Tenor Viol

Full of frets in North Shropshire
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Let's just say that my first name comes out as "skinny" and it goes downhill from there.....
 

rudjarl

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Skinny Jackson here. (Skinny enough to be several Jacksons though)
 

Sunray

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Fat Lips McGee ... :w00t:

Glad my middle name doesn't begin with an X [Fat Willie McGee] ...

Don't ask for a picture ... :)))
 
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