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Duncan Whitehead
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Posted: 27 Jun 08 13:53
I don't.

Q: Do You Ever Complete Online Polls?
Yes
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No
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Undecided
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Mark
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Posted: 27 Jun 08 13:57
Me neither

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Posted: 27 Jun 08 14:37 - Edited By: Monkey Woods, 27 Jun 08 14:38
I couldn't decide, so I did, but, to be perfectly honest, my heart wasn't in it.

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Posted: 27 Jun 08 14:45
What was the question?

Being raised by an Italian mother on the Mexican border made me realize that entrees are not edible without jalapenos, onions, green chilis, or garlic. Hence, I am the J-man.
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Posted: 27 Jun 08 18:08

Quote: Jalapenoman

What was the question?


What Poles?

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Jalapenoman
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Posted: 27 Jun 08 21:24
I think that the responses should have been:

North (geographical)
North (magnetic)
Telephone
Barber
Warsaw

Being raised by an Italian mother on the Mexican border made me realize that entrees are not edible without jalapenos, onions, green chilis, or garlic. Hence, I am the J-man.
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Posted: 28 Jun 08 14:04
So far, there have been 11 responses to the poll, so if there have been ANY WRITERS who have said no and then have replied to the poll that makes them LIARS.

Good trap Duncan

Mind you this is spoofland!

Trust no-one - especially Gordon Bennet

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Posted: 28 Jun 08 14:49
I can't believe some dufuses voted yes

Is it dufus or doofus?

And what is the plural? Should it be dufi?

Answers on a postcard.

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Posted: 28 Jun 08 15:09

Quote: Mark Lowton

I can't believe some dufuses voted yes

Is it dufus or doofus?

And what is the plural? Should it be dufi?

Answers on a postcard.


They can't answer on a postcard - too busy doing online polls

Let's have a poll.

Never heard of the word - is it a psycholgical/medical term or just local to Lancaster?

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Posted: 28 Jun 08 15:18
Doofus is another word for moron/idiot/dillweed.

Being raised by an Italian mother on the Mexican border made me realize that entrees are not edible without jalapenos, onions, green chilis, or garlic. Hence, I am the J-man.
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Posted: 28 Jun 08 21:55
I went to a craft fair today and on the bottle tombola, a little six year old won a bottle of alcohol, so the woman on the stall said she couldnt give it to him and could only give it to his parent.
The six year old said,"why not, you stupid dill."

Well.. I thought it was hilarious even if the woman on the stall didnt.

He's clearly old enough to drink and cuss with the adults.

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Posted: 28 Jun 08 22:11 - Edited By: IN SEINE, 28 Jun 08 22:13

Quote: carina-eta

I went to a craft fair today and on the bottle tombola, a little six year old won a bottle of alcohol, so the woman on the stall said she couldnt give it to him and could only give it to his parent.
The six year old said,"why not, you stupid dill."

Well.. I thought it was hilarious even if the woman on the stall didnt.

He's clearly old enough to drink and cuss with the adults.


Strange...

I went to a craft fair today too, and won a bottle of alcohol on a tombola stall. So I asked her "why not?" and called her a 'stupid dill' coz that's what she was!

Did this kid have big ears?

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Posted: 29 Jun 08 08:44 - Edited By: carina-eta, 29 Jun 08 08:44
He was very young, not much more than a foetus really. He didnt have any distinguishing features apart from an angry little frown. But I reckon his mother gave him some when she got him home.

Unless he managed to get her p*ssed with the alcohol he won before she could get him.

So that's how you run your pub is it? Using alcohol you've won illegally in raffles and tombolas??

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Posted: 29 Jun 08 11:52
No, no, it wasn't me then!

I run a legal hostilery

But it was a strange coincidence... could have been a close encounter.


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Posted: 29 Jun 08 14:50 - Edited By: Monkey Woods, 29 Jun 08 14:50
I went to a Craft Fair yseterday as well. This little kid won first prize on the Bottle Tombola I was running. it was a hell of a thing! He was only about six, not much bigger than a foetus, with a great big frown. I told him that, as the prize was alcohol, and he was too young to drink, I would have to award the prize to his parent. You should have heard the filth that he came out with! Called me every name under the sun. This, that, the other and DILL.

Well, I couldn't believe it. I just lashed out and smashed the little cnut in the teeth. That'll teach him to stay away from Craft Fairs.

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Posted: 29 Jun 08 15:02

Quote: Monkey Woods

I went to a Craft Fair yseterday as well. This little kid won first prize on the Bottle Tombola I was running. it was a hell of a thing! He was only about six, not much bigger than a foetus, with a great big frown. I told him that, as the prize was alcohol, and he was too young to drink, I would have to award the prize to his parent. You should have heard the filth that he came out with! Called me every name under the sun. This, that, the other and DILL.

Well, I couldn't believe it. I just lashed out and smashed the little cnut in the teeth. That'll teach him to stay away from Craft Fairs.


Watch Jeremy Kyle Show: Craft Fair Special, next week - that same phoetus-like six years-old will be retelling the story of how some dirty ape punched him in the gob at a craft fair.

His Mum (probably carina) will be there with him getting all kinds of sympathy and will no doubt spend her appearance mony on tombolas etc.

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Posted: 29 Jun 08 15:36
nah, different craft fair, at the one I was at, the six year old frowning foetus got smashed in the face with a pushchair, by a woman with tattoos and headlice.

Carnage it was.

She had 850 white and it turned out to be a fruit shoot, when she was expecting Lambrini, that was 850 pink.

She was colourblind.

The monkey was hiding in Santas Grotto, doing the Spin the Bottle. Disgusting. He made a right mess.

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Duncan Whitehead
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Posted: 29 Jun 08 16:08

Quote: carina-eta

nah, different craft fair, at the one I was at, the six year old frowning foetus got smashed in the face with a pushchair, by a woman with tattoos and headlice.

Carnage it was.

She had 850 white and it turned out to be a fruit shoot, when she was expecting Lambrini, that was 850 pink.

She was colourblind.

The monkey was hiding in Santas Grotto, doing the Spin the Bottle. Disgusting. He made a right mess.


What the hell is a 'craft fair' anyway?

Is it like a school fete or something? Is it people making things out of sticks? Sounds hideously boring - no wonder the poor kid wanted a drink.

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Posted: 29 Jun 08 16:59
A Craft Fair is an upper class Jumble Sale

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Posted: 29 Jun 08 19:01 - Edited By: BuckwheatsButt, 29 Jun 08 19:02

Quote: IN SEINE

A Craft Fair is an upper class Jumble Sale

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What the hell is a upscale jumble sale?

Really have to wonder what a low class jumble sale would be like?

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Posted: 29 Jun 08 19:09

Quote: IN SEINE

A Craft Fair is an upper class Jumble Sale

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You b*st*rd. I had a stall!

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Posted: 29 Jun 08 21:10

Quote: carina-eta


Quote: IN SEINE

A Craft Fair is an upper class Jumble Sale

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You b*st*rd. I had a stall!


Stall?

Stall?

Was it your style of driving in that car (courtesy of Nick Fun) that caused it?

or was it a 'stall' in the ladies? The loos in my pub have several stalls.

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Posted: 29 Jun 08 22:54

Quote: carina-eta

You b*st*rd. I had a stall!


Now, let's see. I think we need another poll. What was Cags trying to offload on her Craft stall?

Cakes? Things made from sticks? Punch? Elastoplasts for frowning cnuts?

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Duncan Whitehead
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Posted: 30 Jun 08 00:49

Quote: Monkey Woods


Quote: carina-eta

You b*st*rd. I had a stall!


Now, let's see. I think we need another poll. What was Cags trying to offload on her Craft stall?

Cakes? Things made from sticks? Punch? Elastoplasts for frowning cnuts?


Was she letting herself be used as a Bouncy Castle?

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Posted: 1 Jul 08 04:34
I only vote in online polls that ask me if I vote in online polls.

I always say no.




 
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