Hughes Thrall Japan 1981-2 pic

  • Thank you Ad. I remember their interviews were featured in a few Japanese music magazines at that time. There should be more pictures. I wish I kept them....
    Ko


  • ... this pic would be ideal for the Hughes/Thrall caption contest!



    A caption contest?
    Did somebody say a caption contest?
    Here's my entry:

    Pat Thrall: :eek:

    Glenn Hughes: Listen Thrall......ya' see these two fists?
    If my GH Crazy People have to wait 25 YEARS..........
    .....yes....25 YEARS, until the year 2007.....for H/T 2......
    I'm gonna' punch your lights out.


    PS.....Great suggestion, chris!
    If I win, I'll split the prize-winning bag 'O money with you :hi5:


  • This should be the contest with the Manne Bass Guitar
    being the first prize! You still wanna split, Grace, right?....



    According to my precise records, David already owes me
    about a dozen Manne guitars....6 blue; 6 ivory.
    (Although he's being very difficult about the delivery dates.)

    OK, Chris....
    I'll use the prize-winning money to ship 2 blue and 2 ivory, to you.
    (Gotta' send at least one of each color to Ad, for finding that picture.)



    Hello, David :hi5:



  • :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:

    I reckon Pat's thinking 'those are wicked sideburns Glenn.' :p

    'You thought that you could take me for granted, but I couldn't take it no more. Better run if you see me coming ... '

  • Hi Chris

    It's funny,many English people say "Sideboards" (in my experience,anyway) instead :lol::lol::lol::lol::lol:

    What about "whiskers"? When do you use this word?

    I find it very helpful to be a forum member, since I can enlarge my vocabulary. Almost everyday I learn a new word. I like that!!! ;) :thumbup:

  • Hi Manuella

    Just before I get expelled for going w-a-y off-topic,aside from the 'cat's whiskers',it can refer to facial hair,such as a beard growth or more especially short hairs, either missed in shaving or 'Five o' Clock shadow'....oops,there's another thing :eek:

  • Hi Chris

    It's funny,many English people say "Sideboards" (in my experience,anyway) instead :lol::lol::lol::lol::lol:



    You're right Ben most of us do. And then again, a 'sideboard' used to be your best cabinet in the 60s - 70s here in good ol' England.

    Roger - can you believe this is coming up again? :lol: (it ain't 'crackin' flags today!) :p

    And Chris - it's not in the German / English dictionary? That does surprise me. ;) :D

    'You thought that you could take me for granted, but I couldn't take it no more. Better run if you see me coming ... '

  • My boyfriend calls them "bugger grips"!!!!!!!:D

    .... (don't ask ......... Ill probably be expelled for being rude now... )



    :eek: :eek: :eek:

    'You thought that you could take me for granted, but I couldn't take it no more. Better run if you see me coming ... '

  • Ben, many thanks for the explanation! :thumbup:

    So, in our case, concerning Glenn's picture, we'd better use either "sideburns"or "sideboards". Sorry for deviating from the theme!!

    As for the 'caption contest' - I'm sorry, but I can't add anything witty after Grace, Shirl, Chris and the others ;)

    Cheers!

    PS - Please :bow: do not expel Ben for going off topic. It was all my fault!
    Manuella

  • PT, "Hey, didn't you date Linda Blair?"

    GH, " Yeah! For a little while."

    PT, "Why did ya break up dude?"

    GH, "The cost of pea soup was just too much." :D

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