Are Bow-ties COOL?

Yes or no

Poll ended at Mon Jul 02, 2012 12:02 am

Yes, bow-ties are cool and the line is witty and funny
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No
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No and the line is about as funny as a dose of the clap.
My next door neighbour mixed up her KY jelly with the superglue. I asked her how she managed that but her lips are sealed.
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Of course bow ties are cool.
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I rest my case, m'lud! :lol:
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No nay never byth, (to quote the legendary Arthur Picton)
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I find the Doctor very endearing when he insists he is cool in defiance of all evidence to the contrary.

But the "Ah! I've cleverly escaped! Love it when I do that!" line is even better :)
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Yes, but not as nearly as cool as a Fez :D
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No they are NOT. They are universally mocked and symbolise the very epitome of a gentrified simpleton - all goofy teeth, sh*t-breath and adams apple "like he's constantly trying to swallow a ballcock". The only ones vaguely acceptable were those spinning ones on the old super noodles adverts - To think (as some stupid people sometimes do) that a person sporting this ludicrous piece of neck attire is automatically intelligent is even more hilarious!
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I'm always very suspicious of anyone wearing a dickie or a cravat.My dr. wears one, and drives aro :D und in an old bentley.
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Robert Watkins wrote:
Kajaboy wrote:No and the line is about as funny as a dose of the clap.
Is that from personal experience?
That reminds me, you may want to check in with your Doctor just to be safe. :lol:

But seriously, I had a nasty infection under one of my teeth a few months back and had to take penicillin for it, and the woman in Boots said very loudly "Have ya had Penicillin before Mr. Flavell?". I wanted the floor to swallow me there and then. :oops:
My next door neighbour mixed up her KY jelly with the superglue. I asked her how she managed that but her lips are sealed.
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Kajaboy wrote:
Robert Watkins wrote:
Kajaboy wrote:No and the line is about as funny as a dose of the clap.
Is that from personal experience?
That reminds me, you may want to check in with your Doctor just to be safe. :lol:

But seriously, I had a nasty infection under one of my teeth a few months back and had to take penicillin for it, and the woman in Boots said very loudly "Have ya had Penicillin before Mr. Flavell?". I wanted the floor to swallow me there and then. :oops:
I rather think your prescribing physician should've asked you that before they prescribed it!! Bit late at the dispensing stage :x
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Kajaboy wrote:But seriously, I had a nasty infection under one of my teeth a few months back and had to take penicillin for it, and the woman in Boots said very loudly "Have ya had Penicillin before Mr. Flavell?". I wanted the floor to swallow me there and then. :oops:
You should have gone for the woman in sandals, she would have been a lot more helpful.








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chap with wings wrote:No nay never byth, (to quote the legendary Arthur Picton)
As far as I'm concerned, bow ties can get knotted!








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The Beastie Boys made stealing VW logos off cars very popular. It was still a crime much the same way that bow ties are a crime against fashion.
My next door neighbour mixed up her KY jelly with the superglue. I asked her how she managed that but her lips are sealed.
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:shock:
LizR wrote:
chap with wings wrote:No nay never byth, (to quote the legendary Arthur Picton)
As far as I'm concerned, bow ties can get knotted!








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Naaah.

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:shock: :shock:
Wow
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Bobspoons wrote: :shock: :shock:
Wow
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I missed this poll, but yes I think so, I really like them, BUT the line is irritating in the extreme.
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