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It's looking a bit black over Bill's mother's!

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Anyone ever heard the saying "It's looking a bit black over Bill's mother's"? <snigger>

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Hmmmmm sounds a bit familiar, must have heard it somewhere! :-)

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A bit black over bill's mothers is used here in Nottingham, we say it ourselves and this year it's been said many times.

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yeh just a bit black

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Anyone ever heard the saying "It's looking a bit black over Bill's mother's"? <snigger>

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Nice house that Bill's mum's got !

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I've just had a good night out in Lambley and on the way there it was thunderstorms and torrential rain then hailstones as big as marbles .......... Thought it was supposed to be summer now

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MMMMM not quite sure where I've heard that one

Incidentally , Nott'm doesn't have the monopoly on it. It's a wide spread expression, and used where ever I've been in the UK !!

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Imagine that Dave,it's used in a small part of Florida as well. :)

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That's one I may use in future, very witty.................................... :rotfl:

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"Bills mothers"?... isn't it a saying they have on that Nottingham forum thingy?

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Out here in loony Lincolnshire they say "It's a bit black over gradads tate's" though what gradads doing with his "tate's" out is beyond me

Rog

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Mick2me....No....that's Willy's mummy you're thinking about.

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Be a great 'handle' for a member here? :)

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Well I'm Bill's daughter, will that do? :-)

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How's yer Dad's mother's house?

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I've just had a good night out in Lambley and on the way there it was thunderstorms and torrential rain then hailstones as big as marbles .......... Thought it was supposed to be summer now"

Wow I'm surprised to hear that !!!! I lived on Spring Lane Lambley for 10 years and never heard of any one having "a good night out there " .

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Wow I'm surprised to hear that !!!! I lived on Spring Lane Lambley for 10 years and never heard of any one having "a good night out there " .

Haha! Bob, must admit that Lambley has never been a favourite village of mine but it does have a couple of decent pubs. Quiz Night at the Robin Hood last night, hosted by the new landlord, was good fun and well attended.

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Haha! Bob, must admit that Lambley has never been a favourite village of mine but it does have a couple of decent pubs. Quiz Night at the Robin Hood last night, hosted by the new landlord, was good fun and well attended.

Especially for the quiz winners!

:)

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Especially for the quiz winners!

:)

With prize money to spend in the pub on Saturday night Rob !! :-)

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With prize money to spend in the pub on Saturday night Rob !! :-)

Which won't last that long if I'm not driving.

:)

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My wife (like me, from Nottingham) uses the phrase regularly, although in South West Florida no-one apart from me knows what she means. Mother's has to be said as MOHTHERS NOT AS MUTHERS.

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