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A game that involved folding your arms in front of you and running at each other. Fun when you are 6; excitingly dangerous when you are 14, as it becomes possible for a flying wedge of boys to launch the fat kid three feet in the air backwards across a corridor crossroads.
This was seen by a teacher, who said 'now that was silly, wasn't it?' to the fat kid as he groaned on the floor, ignoring the obviously guilty group of boys standing not ten feet away with their arms nonchalantly folded.
approved Apr 16 2005, submitted Mar 12 2004 by Name Withheld
The nickname of a thin lad called Neil. Also the warcry used before all his colouring pencils were snapped in two (usually inches from his face). Neil could be calmed from his ensuing rage if you pointed out that he now had twice as many pencils and that he could use a smaller pencil case.
approved Apr 13 2005, submitted Jan 9 2004 by Name Withheld
The Adventures of Licky Bongo

These adventures were always detailed by Mudge on school trips - coaches inducing a mild form of cabin fever. Lickybongos adventures included him being chased by a crocodile and escaping by pulling an inflatable QE2 out of his arse, and meeting a shelfstacker in ASDA who had tits on the end of her arse. Mudge was made to sit on his own normally about ten minutes into his monologues, because he was laughing too loudly at his own clearly disturbed mind.
approved May 7 2003, submitted Apr 14 2003 by Name Withheld
If only we had thought of calling Raymond Smardon this whilst in school, and not in a pub at the age of 19, it would have been far funnier and probably destroyed his life.
approved Mar 20 2003, submitted Feb 19 2003 by Name Withheld
In my experience, the best time to do this is when you are doing a demonstration for the primary school kids, and 'accidentally' turn the wrong tap on, very neatly setting fire to their parents.
approved Feb 27 2003, submitted Feb 19 2003 by Name Withheld