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This may be the tallest, quietest video I’ve ever watched. However, it’s definitely put the idea that teddy got the bling well beyond reasonable doubt.
What it wants to tell you it has already told you.
That teddy has some bitchin’ bling dawg.
Where did teddy get his riches? Did he inherit substantial wealth or is he an astute investor?
Bear got the bling from carefully investing his money in a portfolio of properties in the London and Hamburg regions and also key ftse 100 companies.
Good for him. Does he own anything near the much sought-after London Borough of Chang?
I think he’s got a couple of flats in the Much sought after London Borough of Chang. I once took him for a pint in the Changford Arms. That’s next door to the Swan’s Minge.
That’s a classy area. I wish I could afford to live there. As much as anything else, it would make travel home to Leeds more convenient because I could go all the way home safely indoors using the hallways of Kev’s house.
I once heard a rumour that if you walked long enough along the Western extension and looked through the star shaped porthole you could see people in Shanghai waving at you.
I heard a rumour that there’s a lift somewhere in the building that goes so high up that you need breathing apparatus because it actually leaves the earth’s atmosphere.
I heard a rumour that at any one time you were in three different counties in England.
I’m a bit concerned that we’re making jokes about the size of Kev’s house in two separate comment threads here. We need to diversify a bit.
I’m going to change the subject.
Teddy is wearing a smashing bow tie in this video. Who among us has a bow tie of their own? I do.
I don’t. I own a bow and a tie. These are not the same things as far as I’m aware.
I do. It completed my outfit when I dressed up as Tweedle Dum or Dee recently. You may borrow it Ian. If you ask nicely.
YOU ONLY JUST RESPONDED.
We’re practically on the same website at the same time. This almost never happens.
I always ask nicely. Unless I’m wasted, and then I ask double nicely.
You don’t always ask double nicely when you’re drunk. Sometimes you don’t bother asking at all, and instead sing a song about a cheeky chaffinch.
You love that song. You crocheted it into a cushion.
No. I threw it into a bin. It’s very different.
It was a bin of admiration though; I remember that point particularly well.
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