R.I.P. Arthur Askey

You’ll find him round at Harbal’s cleaning windows :twisted:

you know something, Trixie…
I am on the wrong forum…gosh,

so sorry whoever I was trying it on with…:slight_smile:
Forum called big fat guezzer’s with accessories… :017:

.OH… well never mind, I shall bury myself in a set of Britannica Encyclopedias, ,Instead of the Old Boilers Forum…:shock:

Any one for a game of marbles…just I lost mine…:wink:

haha! ok…

I bet you are not really sorry, if you were older than 50 you could well be like some of us!
Not being 50 yet must be such an enormous bonus, all those years yet to come and enjoy!
I wish I could take two or three decades off my age or better still, start again from zero! :wink: :slight_smile:

Yes agree I 2nd that…but you know it is,as it is,…enjoy your life…

I suppose you are right Baz :slight_smile:

You rang M’lady…:cool:

That rings a bell mart. I remember that too. :-p

A bit of Nostalgia here about ‘Big-hearted Arthur’…

Radio Fun was published until 1961

That can’t be what I used to read as I was born in 63 but I do remember seeing something like it. :017:

Oooer! I think you are a hit in France, there Foxy! :smiley:

Ah right - I was born 1944, so grew up with all those old comics. I still have a copy of ‘The Eagle’ somewhere. :slight_smile:

I wish I had kept all my old Spiderman comics. :cry:

Oooh La Laaaaa Pixie…:lol:

Do ya want to buy some Longdogs…?

Arthur Askey was around in an era when telling jokes wasn’t essential. Some ‘comedians’ were more an amusing presence rather than good joke tellers. He might have made a good sitcom character.

He would have made a good game show host mart…

Every one of you, hits some spot of other with me, Trixie…
I was born with lots of freak cals…