Discussion in 'The Tanks in World War 2 quiz section' started by Che_Guevara, Jan 20, 2007.
??? wtf ???
You're losing it boy, don't the 'Krankies' ring a bell? There's a clue for any one!After seeing em on TV Panto I could go along with the answer!!
Very good -- I think you have it!
Now will anyone else kill you for the answer or will you reveal all?
Fortunately Crackerjack was not on my regular viewing list!
I'll leave it to you,........and the lateral thinking!........give it to any one close to it, I'm trying to cut down posts!
OK, it's 'Killiekrankie' spelling?
"On the Braes of Killiecrankie, oh"
http://www.rampantscotland.com/songs/bl ... rankie.htm
Well done -- your turn
"Tis' some poor fellows skull said he,
That fell in the Great Victory"
Which Great Victory?
An old favourite, but I will not give the answer to avoid this becoming the Merlin-Ossian pnig-pong game!
Errrrrrrr? what's a 'pnig pong'?
You don't mean a 'pnig pnog' do you? because that is racist!
Surely an ex-Cavalryman like you knows pnig-pong!
Its played with mountain bikes and tent pegs
Damn, even at 0900 on a Sunday, I'm not allowed a typo. Note I did not comment on two "HMS Marlborough's" in another thread, and we won't mention some of the spellings here (variations on Comerade, for example)
For all other readers, for PNIG-PONG read PING PONG
btw, my version could be considered equally racist and insulting if you are minded to.
whoops wrong thread.