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Does Jezza read Mumsnet?

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Bumperlicioso Sat 13-Jun-09 20:52:33

Just heard Jeremy Clarkson use the term 'lady garden' (as in Abbey Titmus's lady garden).

Have never heard that term used anywhere else so I can only assume that he is a lurker grin

whomovedmychocolate Sat 13-Jun-09 22:04:21

Well actually I was reading Nuts Magazine the other week and it used the phrase so I believe it is in common parlance these days. hmm

<I was stuck in the dentists waiting room!>

PaulaYatesBiggestFan Sat 13-Jun-09 22:05:24

why do mumsnetters assume the world evolves around it?

i assume clarkson is way too busy - but hey ho

notnowbernard Sat 13-Jun-09 22:07:12

Nuts in the dentists waiting room? shock

whomovedmychocolate Sat 13-Jun-09 22:09:34

Yeah I know I was a bit hmm

But it's that sort of dentists - quite hip hmm

notnowbernard Sat 13-Jun-09 22:11:41

Sounds different from mine

Ours has yellowing, curling back-dated issues of The Lady amongst 'lift-the-flap' books in which all the flaps are torn out

Very dull in comparison!

Nuts is shit, though

ABetaDad Sat 13-Jun-09 22:22:51

Maybe he posts here shock

madlentileater Sat 13-Jun-09 22:25:31

....and he said this on Top Gear?
so I'm right not to watch it then.

Bumperlicioso Sat 13-Jun-09 22:30:10

Paula I was being sarcastic, I'm sure it is very a common phrase, I really don't believe the world revolves around mumsnet <fingers crossed behind back>. Just thought it was funny...

Though I wouldn't be surprised if he did take a look occasionally, lots of journos do.

notnowbernard Sat 13-Jun-09 22:31:05

Maybe his wife is a MNer?

PaulaYatesBiggestFan Sat 13-Jun-09 22:32:33

dp referred to a very intimate part of my anatomy as my 'lady cock' today

ewwwwwwwww

cornsilk Sat 13-Jun-09 22:34:29

Eww Paula!

notnowbernard Sat 13-Jun-09 22:35:03

Bleugh!!!!

Bumperlicioso Sat 13-Jun-09 22:38:42

Yuk, can you call his balls a 'gentleman's flange'?

PaulaYatesBiggestFan Sat 13-Jun-09 22:39:31

not nice imagery is it??

asking him about teste-flange now!

notnowbernard Sat 13-Jun-09 22:40:27

YUK to flange

It sounds like a cross between a cake and a flan

Bumperlicioso Sat 13-Jun-09 22:54:09

Ok, what about 'dangling fanjo'?

Oh god, I'm going to bed!

Nancy66 Sun 14-Jun-09 11:35:14

It's a very common phrase - heard it a long time before i came to MN.

TheRealMrsJohnSimm Sun 14-Jun-09 12:29:14

I don't know which to be more disgusted by.......the fact you watch Clarkson or the fact you read Nuts.......

ProfYaffle Mon 15-Jun-09 08:00:43

I first heard the term on Big Brother a few years ago. Every single issue of our parish magazine carries an advert for an "experienced lady gardener", I really should ring her and explain shouldn't I?

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