"Has anyone seen my copy of the Radio Times?" - Things you don't hear that often these days

This is a thread to exclusively post sentences that you can’t really imagine hearing someone say these days

“has anyone seen my copy of the Manchester Guardian?”

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“I need to be home in time to watch a particular television program, rather than watching it at my leisure on my preferred catch-up service.”

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“New Oasis album is mad for it our kid”

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“From my point of view the Jedi are evil”

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“Do you have that on MiniDisc?”

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“Did you watch The Bill last night?”

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“Looks like it’s Saber-Toothed Tiger for tea again then!”

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Have you ever been to a Harvester before?

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Yeah, a few years ago. Why?

I said that on Sunday night on here but that’s only cause I wanted to be able to live chat about it with other dissers.

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“Need anything from Woolworths?”

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If anything, that’s much worse.

Can you rewind the VHS when you’ve finished with it.

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I’ll be running the Countryfile thread again this week, don’t worry

We’re all in this together eps

“No, I prefer to make my own custard from scratch as opposed to using Bird’s Custard Powder”

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‘Are you in the phone book?’

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“Has anyone seen my floppy disk of the Radio Times?”

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‘Let me just write you a cheque for that’

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