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Admittedly, not all of them welcome - like the stalky bloke who took loads of photos of Boris scavenging under the stalls of a local foodie festival, then asked if I'd like to come back and see them (along with his collection of nail clippings, no doubt).
One of the blokes ran to the police car with the meat cleaver and they shot him.
FACTS OF LIFE Blokes should avoid housework if they want more action between the sheets
Where I lived as a kid, the local bookie was a bloke called Wheeler who served the inhabitants in our part of Aston and Summer Lane.
None of this WWE showbiz shenanigans involving blokes who actually look partly human.
He's one of the best skaters to come out of the Southern Hemisphere, and one of the raddest blokes that's ever been.
MULTI-TALENTED, multi instrumentalist folk trio Blue Blokes 3 play a Merseyside date this weekend.
MEN in lederhosen with feathery hats, cheap-looking placards, beefy blokes bouncing five stone bells off their knees.
The youngsters must have been devastated that the old blokes couldn't make it.
Most blokes in my local boozer think I'm mad - but if you knew nothing about spread betting and saw someone doing a lap of the bar every time some fat bloke in the middle of the park held his arms outstretched, so would you.
Based in Brisbane, Australia, 3 Blokes will operate independently as a RockYou studio and develop strategy and combat-driven Facebook games.
Girls often fancy nerdy blokes, more than blokes fancy nerdy girls.
Goodness me, if that didn't sum up a miserable Sunday" Small Business Minister Anna Soubry defends plans to relax Sunday trading laws during an interview with BBC Radio 4's Today programme "Girls often fancy nerdy blokes, more than blokes fancy nerdy girls.
ON reading your excellent tribute to Robert Kirby I was prompted to think that the passing of ordinary blokes is not ususally afforded so much space in The Chronicle, but then I of course remembered that Bob was not an ordinary bloke.