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Two US men are locked in battle over a severed leg. One, describing the leg as "plum nasty", wants to charge people for looking at it, while the other claims a personal attachment to the limb. But enough summarising. We all know that the point of including 'missing limb' articles on the Reg is for you lot to make terrible puns:

Endless mileage for bad jokes with this one.

He hopes to form a partnership with Wood and leg.

Somebody is going to have to stump up some readies.

This case doesn't have a leg to stand on.

There's three to be going on with. ;)

Les Matthew


Surely mr Whisnant was in posession of 3 human feet when he called 911 with "I got a human foot.".

Unless either:

A) He's got both his own feet missing.

B) He's not human.

Just an observation....

Voice of reason


Come visit Joe's House, where I've got all sorts of empty things for you to look inside! You never know - one of these empty things may have had something inside it, who can tell?

Here's the latest price list...

* Cardboard box (once contained a vacuum cleaner) - £2 ($1)

* Garage (there's an old stool, some leaves, otherwise empty) - £5 ($2.50)

* Loft (may have spiders, ladder not provided) - £10 ($5)

*** SPECIAL HALLOWEEN OFFER ***

Look inside the garage and the loft in the same day (total cost £15 ($7.50), and see inside the box COMPLETELY FREE! That's a saving of £2 ($1)!!!!!!!!!!!@^%@!!!

Joe


Pull the other one. Or not, as it isn't attached.

Wood is just trying to get a foot in the door on the money making scheme.

I'll get my coat and crutches.

Mark Roome


I can see the IT angle, but if its going to cost an ARM and a leg, who's going to foot the bill?

Coat on, taxi on standby

Alistair


And the next article in the RSS feed? About ARM...

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