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From General Discussion / Acronyms
Posted 23 Jun 16 06:01
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Tummy upset. Maybe my yoghurt.

 
From General Discussion / Acronyms
Posted 22 Jun 16 06:32
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Enemy never eats my yoghurt.







 
From General Discussion / Acronyms
Posted 17 Jun 16 04:23
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Stasis: typically 'a standstill in state'.

 
From General Discussion / Acronyms
Posted 15 Jun 16 09:49
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Erm, Erskin, doesn't 'You offer indulgences' imply that I left the word 'yoi'? Whatever.

Indulgences never disappoint, unless lurid gratification, excitement notwithstanding, creates existential status.

 
From General Discussion / Acronyms
Posted 14 May 16 09:41
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Lovely? Or very evil? Like you!

 
From General Discussion / Acronyms
Posted 6 May 16 10:39
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Silent; is likely extremely nice, tranquil.

 
From General Discussion / My new supermarket
Posted 30 Apr 16 06:52
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I feel that the location of your shop could be better. Nearer Glasgow might be more suitable.

Otherwise, I think you'll do well.

What time do you start doing the price reductions of near-expiry-date goods in the evening?

 
From General Discussion / Acronyms
Posted 29 Apr 16 07:48
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Suckage - usually 'cock kissing' - and general eroticism.







I apologise if I appear at all aroused - it's because I am.

 
From General Discussion / Books That We've Recently Read
Posted 28 Apr 16 04:14
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What did you think to The Dice Man, Skoobus?

 
From General Discussion / Acronyms
Posted 27 Apr 16 07:52
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Sessions, especially sex sessions, involve oralism, normally 'suckage'.

 
From General Discussion / Acronyms
Posted 27 Apr 16 07:50
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Stockings to obscure chicks' knees incite numerous group sessions.

 
From News Discussion / Goth Caught In Smirk Fiasco
Posted 26 Apr 16 04:34
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Here's a lovely thing.

"...the group of 13 depressed souls were confronted with 30 make-up laden, screeching hyenas vying for the attention of a single male whore."


Chortle, chortle.

 
From General Discussion / Acronyms
Posted 25 Apr 16 05:18
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Socks, or cheap knee stockings?

 
From General Discussion / Books That We've Recently Read
Posted 25 Apr 16 05:15
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I feel that this thread is not being taken as seriously as it might.

 
From General Discussion / Acronyms
Posted 22 Apr 16 07:43
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Yours! Old Ursula really stinks!

 
From General Discussion / Acronyms
Posted 22 Apr 16 07:41
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Ignominy: generally, nothing of mine is not yours.

 
From General Discussion / Books That We've Recently Read
Posted 19 Apr 16 05:14
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Your Rockhopper Penguin mention in the other thread reminded me about the biography of Shackleton by Roland Huntford.

A book I couldn't put down. Seriously.

Shackleton, not a trained explorer, often set off on his Antarctic explorations totally unprepared for what was to follow, but, somehow, survived along with ALL of his men.

So, at a time when the Norwegians were setting of with packs of dogs and sleds, Shackleton and his men alighted from the ship and set off walking, and, indeed, almost made it to the South Pole.

Then, on the way back to 'civilisation', he had to leave a large group of men on an island along with a lot of penguins, whilst he sought help. Adventures at sea in what amounted to a piece of wood, are described in detail. There are some great descriptions of the various characters involved, too, and personal anecdotes and diary entries.

Captain Scott was better prepared, having the support of the Admiralty, but fared notably less well, and their rivalry is documented. Mentions of Amundsen, too.

Seek it out.

 
From General Discussion / Books That We've Recently Read
Posted 9 Apr 16 07:22
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Quote: Erskin Quint

Just read Bleak House. Now reading David Copperfield.




Have you read Hard Times, EQ?

I thought it was a brilliant read. I can't say I'd ever bothered too much with Dickens, but I enjoyed the way he seemed to be chipping away at Mr Gradgrind's beliefs on 'education', and the divorce law of the times.

The only thing which got on my nerves, slightly, was his love of trying to reproduce the local dialects of the folks in his stories.

Apparently, he visited the Preston area before he wrote this book to get a feel for the working and living conditions the people experienced.

Quite a reformer.

 
From News Discussion / Doc Corbyn "has built a time machine back to the 1970s"
Posted 8 Apr 16 09:25
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You mean taboo, don't you, JO?

 
From General Discussion / Exclusive Preview of My Novel
Posted 8 Apr 16 09:22
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I think it has great potential. Particularly in the first six words of the story. After that, it needs work.

But, writing is a learning curve. Or so I'm led to believe.


What do I know? You could make another fortune from this, EQ.

 
From News Discussion / Doc Corbyn "has built a time machine back to the 1970s"
Posted 31 Mar 16 05:03
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I do a lot of emboldening, JO.


Should I desist?

 
From General Discussion / Books That We've Recently Read
Posted 31 Mar 16 03:00
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I've just finished reading Plain Tales From The Raj, a very interesting book by Charles Allen about the British Raj in India.

It contained many accounts from people who were in India at the time, and was illuminating, to say the least. When I go home, I'll seek out some of the funny anecdotes from the book, and post them on here.



 
From General Discussion / The War on Error
Posted 30 Mar 16 03:11
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I thought we might make a new Acronym Game out of this thread. It's not going very far, so let's give it a try.



Quote: victor nicholas

I totally understand this.





I totally understand shit.


And I'm not joking!

 
From General Discussion / Trivets
Posted 23 Mar 16 03:16
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Oh, yes! I should say so!

 
From General Discussion / Trivets
Posted 22 Mar 16 03:14
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I absolutely refuse to join in with this silliness.

 
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