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armfeetandtoe
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Posted: 29 Jun 10 17:10

Quote: Skoob1999

Well.

Do you?

Regards

Skoob.


How very dare you!

Only if my wellingtons are full of jelly.



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Posted: 29 Jun 10 18:23
The cheek!
You are a cheeky sort, aren't you!

A lot of people never show any initiative because no-one told them to
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Posted: 29 Jun 10 18:59
I am a Sort, Jesus, a sort of what I dont know. There is a rumour that I am sort of assorted, but that is pure conjecture, and thats a word I cant spell!!

Lovely to meet you.

Love Light & Peace

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Posted: 29 Jun 10 23:54

Quote: Aubergine Underwood

NMC -- I wholeheartedly agree with your thoughtful post on the psychology of forums.

Joining the Susan Boyle fansite was my first experience at belonging to a forum. In the begining the interplay between individuals was kind of fun, but when the site switched formats the worst qualities of a number of members began to emerge. I sat back in fascinated horror and watched it turn into a totalitarian state.

Although I write spoofs in a very narrow genre, it has at least been cathartic poking fun as some of the more outrageous aspects of Susan Boyle fandom. A pity they cannot gain some insight from they way we see them.

PS I think there may be something seriously wrong with me -- I am getting used to the vuvuzelas!


Something mad going on, there is a Vuvuzela app for the iPhone.

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Posted: 30 Jun 10 04:52



Something mad going on, there is a Vuvuzela app for the iPhone.




Let me guess: It's called the iVuvuzela.

Is there an app for removing a Vuvuzela from one's arsehole?

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Posted: 30 Jun 10 08:11

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Something mad going on, there is a Vuvuzela app for the iPhone.




Let me guess: It's called the iVuvuzela.

Is there an app for removing a Vuvuzela from one's arsehole?


Think it's called the iFart

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Posted: 30 Jun 10 08:19

Quote: Nae mair crap


Quote: The San Francisco Onion

Is there an app for removing a Vuvuzela from one's arsehole?


Think it's called the iFart




Otherwise, nae mair crap, eh?

Done, but with errors on page.
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Posted: 30 Jun 10 18:14

Quote: armfeetandtoe

I am a Sort, Jesus, a sort of what I dont know. There is a rumour that I am sort of assorted, but that is pure conjecture, and thats a word I cant spell!!

Lovely to meet you.

Love Light & Peace

Arm


Do you only have one toe, Armfeetandtoe?
I'm only asking the obvious question here.

I like the word lovely. I like the way you worked it into your reply. Thanks for that. Makes me feel all...lovely.

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armfeetandtoe
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Posted: 30 Jun 10 18:36
Ohhhhh! (In a dramatic way) Did they not tell you, about the toe? Did they not say, "dont mention the toe"
All the work at the clinic, undone in one foul swoop.

Yes, I have one toe, (holding back tears) but mine is in the middle of my face.......I dont blame you.......they should have told you.....

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Posted: 1 Jul 10 17:53
Indeed they should.
Indeed. They. Should.



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