"in the drink"

I like it when people say the phrase “in the drink” when referring to people or things being in a body of water, like a pond or whatever.

Do you like it when people say the phrase “in the drink”?

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Golfer I have bet on: No
Golfer I haven’t bet on: Yes

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I…

I think I do.

Feel free to bump this thread when you’ve settled on a stance Bammers, cheers x

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I liked it when Craig Charles said it in his Takeshi’s castle commentary

Yeah, I think I’d broadly agree with this

Generally people falling into water (and not causing themselves serious injury) is just a very, very funny thing isn’t it

Really, really fucking funny mate. One of the funniest things that can happen.

Even when they get out of the water, they’re still going to be soaked through for a while after - that’s what water gives you that a common or garden fall doesn’t.

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funny either way tbh

The mic guy trying to use the mic to help her is the cherry on top

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One in the drink, one in the sink

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Any closer to a decision on this Bammers?

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yeah I’ve reversed my position and now think it’s stupid like when people call going for a wee “taking a slash” and the like.

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I say “I’m going for a Guns N Roses guitarist”

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or wazz, did people ever call it that when you were a cool teenager? I’m having a wazz!

Terrible stuff.

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How about, ‘I’m going to move my bike’? I like that one.

is that taking a shit?

Depends on the weight of your bike, I suppose.