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Posted: 22 Jan 13 20:33 - Edited By: CaptainSausage, 22 Jan 13 20:34
Suggestion? Under George's gusset exist squirrels - two infestations, one nutty.

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Posted: 22 Jan 13 20:37
nutty underpants, terrible thongs; yes?

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Posted: 22 Jan 13 20:56
Yes, everything's shit.

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Posted: 22 Jan 13 21:20
Shit happens - It's Texas!

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Posted: 23 Jan 13 07:21
Texas emboldens Xanex-addled simpletons.

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Posted: 23 Jan 13 13:20
Simpletons I meet persistently lack even tad of normal sense.

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Posted: 23 Jan 13 13:35
sense equals nonsense said Einstein

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Posted: 23 Jan 13 14:42 - Edited By: Tommy Twinkle, 23 Jan 13 14:52
Einstein invented nylon stockings - Tesla experimented in nudity.

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Posted: 23 Jan 13 16:42
Nudity usually drives innovation: Tesla's yield.

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Posted: 23 Jan 13 16:47
Yield! I'm Edinburgh's lousiest driver!

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Posted: 23 Jan 13 18:01
Driver reversed into very expensive racehorse.

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Posted: 23 Jan 13 18:28
Racehorse acceleration can easily hurt our roan stallion's ears.

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Posted: 23 Jan 13 19:19
Ears are remarkably semicircular.

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Posted: 23 Jan 13 20:39
Semicircular, elliptical motion. It circles in regular cycles. Unusually large and rutilant.

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Posted: 24 Jan 13 08:56
rutilant Ur-anus, terrestial intellect leaves aliens needing treatment...

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Posted: 24 Jan 13 16:57
Treatment retrogressed eighty Armenians. Thirty Moldavians expected next Tuesday.

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Posted: 24 Jan 13 18:47
Tuesday usually ends sadly, doomsday also yowls

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Posted: 24 Jan 13 19:49 - Edited By: Tommy Twinkle, 24 Jan 13 20:10
Yowls often worry Lord Sugar.


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Posted: 25 Jan 13 13:10
sugar using glucose and Ribena

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Posted: 25 Jan 13 14:29
Ribena ingredients: Blackberry, escargot, noodles, ants.

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Posted: 25 Jan 13 16:29
ants need territorial soldiers

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Posted: 25 Jan 13 18:54
Soldiers only look daft in Erskine's regimental sporrans

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Posted: 25 Jan 13 18:59
Sporrans: pouches oscillate rhythmically round awkwardly nutted Scotsman

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Posted: 25 Jan 13 20:07
Scotsman, Caledonian, offered the Spaniard muck and nettles.

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Nettles emit treacle toffee. Leaves extremely sugary.


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