…because pigeons do love to poo. And they get extra points for pooing on Jerry Maguire.
Sorry. Chain of thought. Follow it back to its origin in Answer Me This! Episode 242:
Today we ponder upon:
semantics shifts of slang
filming in central London landmarks
‘Word Processor of the Gods’
the public consumption of bananas
Plus: Olly wonders why the Black Eyed Peas are so keen to shut things down; Helen hates children who have far better business sense than she has, or ever will have; and Martin the Sound Man thinks an ornamental fence is no obstacle to ardour.
See you next Thursday,
Helen & Olly
PS It looks like Tom Cruise might also be excited by the pigeon poo too…
PPS…if you believe obviously-made-up ‘news’ stories about obviously-made-up ‘beauty’ ‘treatments’.
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