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From General Discussion / Getting Right To The Arse Of The Matter.
Posted 11 Sep 12 23:48
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A woman's arse.

Mary Black and Eleanor McEvoy




The chorus:

My arse is low, My arse is so low As only a woman's arse can be.
As only a woman, as only a woman's, As only a woman's arse can know.




 
From General Discussion / Ellis Has Gone To France............let's get him!!!!
Posted 9 Sep 12 19:12
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You funny fucker.

Made me laugh you did.......



 
From General Discussion / Is Churchmouse Ridiculously Overpaid For What He Does?
Posted 9 Sep 12 15:39
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I was going to put up a passionate and heartfelt case in defence of builders but then I got to thinking about the ten year building boom over here.





I just can't do it.


The thing's I've seen.......

 
From General Discussion / Is Churchmouse Ridiculously Overpaid For What He Does?
Posted 9 Sep 12 10:48
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I voted for hanging.

I mean, really...... It's not even a real trade is it?

Was there a 4 year apprenticeship of low pay, humiliation, deprivation and long hours of abject misery involved?


One can only hope.



 
From General Discussion / Is the Art of Romance Dead?
Posted 1 Sep 12 22:34
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Quote: Ellie James

My best friend lives in Carlisle UK, and I live in Texas.

About a month ago, he remembered that I had told him that my brother (who died 12 years ago) always wanted to go to Scotland. Despite the fact he (my friend was feeling silly the whole time) he took a video of the Scottish border that's close to his village and he talked to me the whole time about the things in the video. I could tell he felt silly, but to me, it was very sweet and quite possibly way more romantic than anything my ex ever did for me.

It was simple, but so very sweet.

I think men believe that women need grand gestures, but that's just not true. It's the little things that matter. And I think that's why so many relationships fail...people forget the little things. Not just men either. Women can be just as guilty.

Ellie






Unbelievable wall that.

Some bleedin brickie that Adrian I tell ya.......

 
From General Discussion / Is the Art of Romance Dead?
Posted 1 Sep 12 22:02
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Quote: Skoob1999

We keep talking about Ischia, in the bay of Naples.

Maybe she'll use the dosh for that.

Regards again

Skoob.



Bit ambitious Skoob
A town in Italy would cost a fuckin mint....... Why not just go for the week..


 
From General Discussion / Is the Art of Romance Dead?
Posted 1 Sep 12 20:42
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Art?

Art?


I always thought it was the navy seals krypton factor obstacle course.

 
From General Discussion / Neil Armstrong
Posted 28 Aug 12 20:29
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Quote: Sidney Bollocks

Ferg, there have been times when I've thought you were the Devil's advocate.

Now, I'm thinking you're just the Devil himself.

How's the weather?



Cloudy and overcast today with a light breeze, generally dry in most ounties with just the odd shower.

18 degrees today Sid.

I've been checking on the elderly due to the extreme temperatures.


 
From General Discussion / Neil Armstrong
Posted 28 Aug 12 12:22
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And a CD of Louis Armstrong's greatest hits of course.

 
From General Discussion / Neil Armstrong
Posted 28 Aug 12 12:22
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And a CD of Louis Armstrong's greatest hits of course.

 
From General Discussion / Neil Armstrong
Posted 28 Aug 12 12:18
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A three foot spliff.

 
From General Discussion / Neil Armstrong
Posted 26 Aug 12 20:16
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I was.



 
From General Discussion / Lance Armstrong
Posted 26 Aug 12 16:48
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Do you ever get tyred of it,, it just seems that the story is constantly recycled.

 
From General Discussion / Lance Armstrong
Posted 26 Aug 12 15:18
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That's what his spokesman said.

 
From General Discussion / Lance Armstrong
Posted 26 Aug 12 15:16
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He was framed.

 
From General Discussion / Neil Armstrong
Posted 26 Aug 12 12:03
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Good thinking Sid, a pissed up Maori mountain is a formidable foe.

 
From General Discussion / Neil Armstrong
Posted 26 Aug 12 11:40
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Ah yes, makes sense.

Speaking of weekends away, you got some kicking in Auckland didn't you?


I'd say there were a few jumpers from the sky tower after that one.

 
From General Discussion / Neil Armstrong
Posted 26 Aug 12 11:09
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Debbie!!?

Where's Debbie gone?

 
From General Discussion / Neil Armstrong
Posted 26 Aug 12 11:07
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Debbie!!?

Where's Debbie gone?

 
From General Discussion / Neil Armstrong
Posted 26 Aug 12 00:52
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I don't remember it.

Thank dad I'm too young to remember something.



I'll go to bed happy now.



RIP Neil btw..


Me.

 
From General Discussion / Lance Armstrong
Posted 26 Aug 12 00:43
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It's all irrelevant at this stage.

He Has all the money thrown at him during the good years.
I wouldn't say he he gives a Shit these days.

Why would he? If he didn't care back then, why would he now?



Live long and prosper suckers.

 
From General Discussion / Lance Armstrong
Posted 26 Aug 12 00:41
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It's all irrelevant at this stage.

He Has all the money thrown at him during the good years.
I wouldn't say he he gives a Shit these days.

Why would he? If he didn't care back then, why would he now?



Live long and prosper suckers.

 
From News Discussion / £10,000 naked snaps fee 'in Harry's bank account' amid Vegas craps table disaster
Posted 25 Aug 12 01:13
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It could have been worse.

Imagine the uproar if it was one of the royal family that was photographed naked in Las Vegas!

 
From Magazine Discussion / Fancy a Trip to Auschwitz? - "Let The Train Take The Strain"
Posted 22 Aug 12 19:04
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Well, yes and no really Ellis.

If you think of this place as a pub, club or any kind of private enterprise and you walk up to the bar counter and call the landlord a wanker, not in a funny way I might add, well then I'd say it was a done deal really that he'd get the door.

I'm only guessing at this bit but knowing Lynton he probably sent him a 32,000 word e-mail, half of it probably in French, expressing his displeasure at pretty much everything.


You do have to do a lot to get the bullet from this site.

Think before you drink before you type.






 
From Magazine Discussion / Fancy a Trip to Auschwitz? - "Let The Train Take The Strain"
Posted 22 Aug 12 17:01
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Quote: Jaggedone

Why Lynton? What ever next...



I'd say if you reread your Fabrice Muamba thread you could glean a few clues from Lyntons contribution.

I saw one, maybe two.....three.... four........five..........................six.............

 
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