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# :)
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TLGWQfK-6DY
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# Happy Hedge Hog is Hideously Happy
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# I would have said deliriously happy
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# but that doesn't start with H?
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# 8D
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#
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# :D
Moon?
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# Super!
You're on fire today!
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# ^ this
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#
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# ^_^
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# The best kind.
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# Sexy Shark!
the other two can fuck off.
(, Sun 26 Feb 2012, 19:33, archived)
# I'll take the bear ta.
Don't think much of yours mate :D
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# Shag? Marry? Be eviscerated by?
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# Yes...
Preferably in that order.
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# WAILATPOYWTF!
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# because
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# Sexeh Tiem!
now, where do I start?
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# Nipples
Then work your way down to where it counts.
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# Nicely:)
WouldWouldWould
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# sharks with tits!
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# Indeed
I was going to put a big cat in there too but the internet seems to have already covered that with surprising enthusiasm.
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# hahaha!
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# Ocean orgies ftw :)
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# ooh, that`ll scrape a bit
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# Double-bag it.
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# femmes fatales
more like..
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# He is aswell!
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# I've met him
Coincidently associated with his interest in the Himalayas, which also is the subject matter of the next book i'm photographing stuff for at the moment
(, Sun 26 Feb 2012, 19:36, archived)
# Was he wearing a space bikini?
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# Sweet.
he's one of the few people I'd like to meet, I bet he's lovely.
Be sure and gaz me when you've got your book done, I don't b3ta as much as I used to.
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# Do you not like meeting people?
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# Will do
This is a link to the first one announced at a United Nations conference in Tokyo. I think you can download the whole thing somewhere there

This one is about Brian Hodgson's manuscripts which Michael became interest in when he made that television series
(, Sun 26 Feb 2012, 19:48, archived)
# Cool
I'll check em out.
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# And I still have a lego wookie on my fridge :)
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[challenge entry] oaaar
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# The one on the right is an archaeological goatse
AICMFP
(, Sun 26 Feb 2012, 19:15, archived)
# Annoyingly there is an US television show
that appears to have beaten you/Phil to this concept already :(

I shit thee not...AMERICAN DIGGER
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# CUNTS
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# yep
The turd-topping-cherry for me is the sheer balls of this line:

"Ric Savage, & his team from American Savage target areas such as battlefields and historic sites in the hopes of striking it rich and capitalizing on unearthing and selling bits of American history."
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# surreal.. i chuckled a bit about monster trucks, then followed the link
'The only thing standing in their way are the homeowners themselves, who Savage must convince to allow them to dig up their property using state-of-the-art metal detectors and heavy-duty excavation equipment'


yay! capitalism :/
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# haha, silly Merkins
they don't HAVE any history to dig up...
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# yes we do but it is all in Chinese landfills
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# They do (well a little bit)
but the peoples who lived there before half of Renaissance Europe turned up, might rightly claim to have a bit more.
(, Sun 26 Feb 2012, 19:36, archived)
# well, they do have like ~13,000 years of history to dig up
well, humans history

but those were just hippies or something
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# creating a bit of a stink in archaeological circles
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# Indeed it is,
But pretty sure it's going to get at least one season before an adult turns up and slaps some sense/responsibilty into em.
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# :(
very sad sites being wrecked and items taken out of context
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# mick's technicolour dig jumper
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# Looks like he's not going to be around for another series :(
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# sexeh tiem teem
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# so did anyone buy the news of the world


Sorry the Sun on Sunday
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#
NoW
SOS
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# As in 'Same Old Shit'?
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# I think this is all new shit
With the same staff
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# Ahh, so it's 'Same Old Staff'.
Or 'Shits on Society'; it's interchangeable. :)
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# Yeah pretty much :D
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# Hmm, TSOS
makes an apt anagram...
(, Sun 26 Feb 2012, 19:25, archived)
# Some woman on the news was asked why she bought it outside some shop
"for gossip" and then added she normally reads the Guardian. It made odd viewing
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# He makes the trains in Paris run on time
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# *spang*
brings back memories though, "the Metrognomes" featured in an old advert for the Gateshead Metrocentre.
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# Spang....
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# Gnomes are great.
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# haha
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# *chuckles*
*spangs*
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# spang!
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# Arf!
That took me a moment as well... *shames*
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# I cannot see the tick :(
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#
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# URRRrrrrgh.
Spangtastic!
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# Murdoch was right, they *are* trying to make it more honest...
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# Their souls are empty. They fight without honour.
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# The power of teh internets will drive him back into the sea!
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# 50p?
not too bad for bog roll...
(, Sun 26 Feb 2012, 18:35, archived)
# Not advised
newspaper ink all over your backside?
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# haha
soak it, scrunch it up, use it as a bung...
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# You'll have the word "GOTCHA!" imprinted on your bum
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# probably the kind of thing that some of their readership would actually like as a tattoo
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# backwards
!AHCTOG
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# Newspaper print is harmless
Its reading them that causes problems.
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# Hehe
Pray silence for the classic gag...
'I once tried to wipe my arse on The Sun... but more shit came off the paper...'
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# hahaha
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# Hahaha good one
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# I'm usually a nice, reasonable bloke, who can tolerate many people's opinions, despite not agreeing with them...
...but anyone who bought this because they thought it would be good, is a stupid fucker.
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# these first editions sold on e-bay are going to be worth 2,100,312,613 galactic credits each in 273 years though.
haha - that's the only reason i bought the last newsoftheworld and wrapped it in tinfoil and buried it in my mum's grave.

think about the greatgrandchildern
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#
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# loverly stuff mgt,
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# Ahahahahaha :)
And this is how Swanage got its name...
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# Is this the kind of flashing image unsuitable for those with photosensitive epilepsy?
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# It is just the kind of fall flashing image which is fast gaining in popularity!
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# Excellent stuff.
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# Aha! the swan surprise!
capable of breaking a man's arm with a single blow doncherknow?
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# sexy
:)
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# nice
goose
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# Ai!
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# Runs...
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# joke over technique lol
hahaha
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# it's my first go on my new tablet
so hopefully I will improve.

I can't draw swans :/
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# YOU'RE DOING IT WRONG
Needs way more magenta cock.
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# Yeah I know,
a bit of a break with tradition
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# ooo tablet!!
out of curiosity, what did you get?
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# Wacom Bamboo Pen
Got it for Christmas but I've only just got round to setting it up.
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# cool thanks, i had no idea
where to start with them, so many to choose :))
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# Your swan has lovely balls...
but it's three pube per ball, not one pube sprouting into three!
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# surprise goose!
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# This is brilliant
More of this sort of thing
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# Looks like I'm back on form again
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# Goosed
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# :D
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# Sexy swans!
Excellent.
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# !
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# !!
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# kid and play
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# \o/
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# In other news:
Happy 35th Birthday, 2000AD..
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# A dead Jar Jar Binks, a dead Boba Fett, a dressed up Darth Vader and a flaming See-Threepio!
And just looking at wikipedia; it seems See-Threepio is now officialy C-3po, and Artoo-Detoo is also R2-D2
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# They'll always be Threepio and Artoo, to me.
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# I'd like to know when it official changed, I'v just been looking and can't find anything saying when or why.
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# I wouldn't sweat it, dude. Wikipedia is only as smart as the people that supplied its information, yesterday.
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# I'v only just found out that Alan Dean Foster ghost wrote the orignal book as well!
I remember devouring Splinter of the minds eye when it was relesed..
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# I had an annual back in 1981
It refered to them as R2D2 (Artoo Deetoo) and C3PO (See Threepio). It's probably in my Mum's basement. I'll look for it next time I visit.

I think they were always letter/numbers like a model number.
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# I reread the orgnal Star wars book last year when I was in hospital, it was in the little bookshelf library section they had on the ward,
It refered to the both as Artoo Deetoo and See Threepio....
I remember all the Star wars colectables I had and kept for years, It was alway promised they would be worth a fortune, but they never were, so one day the lot went into the dustbin to make space, then years later when they relesed Phantom menace, all the stuff I'd thrown into the bin was suddenly worth thousands! :-(
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# that bloody phantom has a lot to answer for
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# Nicely
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# Fantastic work!
It's quite good at the moment 2000AD. The current Ezquerra Strontium Dog run and an ongoing mega epic makes it feel just like old times.
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# Have you considered submitting this, or something like this for the auction?
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# Easter (traffic) Island!
Most excellent. But where can I purchase an official Howdy car?
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# I need money up front for those kinds of answers.
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# *inserts 20p and tries again*
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# They don't exist!
*swipes money*
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# *cries*
*buys tractor instead*
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# happy happy happy joy joy joy
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# This is making me horny.
TJ: anyone any idea why my downloads are automatically deleted the moment they're complete? I'm trying to download GIMP, but it just keeps getting deleted the moment it's finished.
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# are you using firefox, or the effed up new ie9?
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# I've got both. Tried it with both.
It starts it, puts the nice GIMP setup.exe in my downloads folder, then, once complete, it disappears ...
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# sounds to me like your antivirus is registering a 'false positive' and silently deleting it.
try disabling your protection temporarily and redownload
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# That doesn't sound the least bit dangerous
were that the case, wouldn't the antivirus program log the fact in a manner which he could look up?
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# yes it should
there are also websites which check your file against 40 or more antivirus signature databases -- like virustotal.com which will
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# I'm not sure about how wise that would be.
It looks like it's some sort of setting that I need to switch off.
(, Sun 26 Feb 2012, 17:18, archived)
# look at my reply to redhouse.
I run in to such things periodically on the job. a 'smart firewall' product called sonicwall is notorious for finding 'viruses' in HP print driver packages -- blocking the download
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# Unwise? Unless you're surfing the back end of the internet while you're downloading you'll be fine.
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#
back end of teh internet
/links
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# If so it's a fucking stupid antivirus.
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# no.
Many antivirus prodcts have been known to have an occasional burp like that. It's a very tricky game, the whole antivirus/antimalware industry
(, Sun 26 Feb 2012, 17:43, archived)
# I mean any antivirus which silently deletes anything you explictitly download.
That's just not smart. False positives I understand.
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# Most will let you know -- unless it is on a company PC where the Admins like to set things up in such a way as to minimise phone calls to tech support
I have a PC here at the house which I have configured Avast to silently move things to the 'chest'. I am not worried about false positive removals crippling my system since that system does a full backup at 03:00 daily.
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# System restores, or backup of critical files?
Screw system restores fucking with your storage, reformat the thing and be damned.
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# full disk bare metal recovery capability
i dont fuck around :D
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# Does your total remaining space go down once it's downloaded?
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# It may just be putting it somewhere else the second it has downloaded?
Might be worth running search to try and find it?
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# Also just a thought, is it only the gimp download?
or is it everything? have you tried downloading different sorts of files from different sites?
(, Sun 26 Feb 2012, 17:31, archived)
# But... but...
*brainspasms*
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# Fuck yeah!
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# That looks like a sod to take for a walk...
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# the joy of sex
is sexy
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# Top work, Pedro.
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# haha its like a big wobbly
moustache
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# Hahaha!
Looks like it's gonna asplode.
'clicks'
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# Hahah:)
WTF
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# I don't get it.
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#
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# i bet he tastes more like brocolli than sprouts
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# Ha-ha!
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# That's nice
it's about time Oscar the Grouch won a Winslet
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# Business jerks
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# They're members of a trussed fund.
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# IT'S A PLAY ON WORDS
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# that was comedy gold, dude
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# It literally was.
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# ^^...not really
I was just jocking
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# Ah now you've taken it too far.
No point in going on and on with a joke Pedro, you've got to know when to stop.
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# He's right Pedro
That last joke was pants
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# i'm sorry, i was a bit strapped for words
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# i'm sorry, too many clowns bend the axles
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# GUSSET IS
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# Are those the latest fashion?
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# i think there's a bit too much starch in that
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# Yeah I was thinking that.
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# whoah, and your thoughts just make things happen?
that's some scarey shit
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# Haha..
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# as its a slow board today :D
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# :D yay!


EDIT -- sauce plz - i wanna do one :)
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# you have succeeded in making my very full tummy do a backflip :(
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# Oh god!
not great to watch with a sick belly.

But woo!
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# i'm just wondering
are these guys on meth or something when they try these stunts?
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# I don't like the way his head bounces :(
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# Would you rather it cracked open and his brains fell out?
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# he'd have to land on his arse for that to happen
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# Er.. are you saying his brain is in his arse or...
I'm confused :(
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# Didn't you know that the brain is in the arse?
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# I'm gonna have to be more careful doing rectal examinations. I don't want to give people brain damage.
(, Sun 26 Feb 2012, 16:01, archived)
# You are a Volkswagen Beetle AICMFP.
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# {:-)
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# arsebrains are the wave of the future
arsebrians, however, are so last week.
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# Poor Arsebrian :(
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# He was from Armenia
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# it's his own fault
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#
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# heheheh
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# time i was off home
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# See ya
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# At least then we could sell the clip to you've been framed.
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# Is it our clip?
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# Sure, why not?
(, Sun 26 Feb 2012, 15:58, archived)
# Hahaha, fucking hell!
That must hurt a bit.
(, Sun 26 Feb 2012, 15:55, archived)
# I don't know about anyone else, but my medical opinion on that injury is that he's a fucking idiot.
(, Sun 26 Feb 2012, 15:58, archived)
# My medical opinion is WHY THE HELL HAVE YOU COME TO ASK MY OPINION YOU TIT. I'M A GP.
DO YOU SEE AN X-RAY MACHINE IN MY ROOM?
NO!
WHY NOT?
BECAUSE I'M A FUCKING GP YOU CRETIN. NOW FUCK OFF TO A&E BEFORE I SHOUT AT YOU SOME MORE.
(, Sun 26 Feb 2012, 16:02, archived)
# Toucan; the doctor who cares.
(, Sun 26 Feb 2012, 16:05, archived)
# My patients ask for me by name.
'Ok, so I've booked you in 10.30 tuesday morning with Dr Cunt'.
(, Sun 26 Feb 2012, 16:09, archived)
# Typical bloody NHS.
(, Sun 26 Feb 2012, 16:13, archived)
# Hopefully once the reform bill goes through I will get my own x-ray machine.
And my own sexy nurse to, *cough* 'assist' me.
(, Sun 26 Feb 2012, 16:16, archived)
# Yeah... assist... ;D
Like, get her to bring you coffee and print off invoices? That'd be nice.
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# Malcolm Tucker as House MD
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# This would be the best thing on tv EVER.
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# This.
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# haha faceplant
I hope he has a good dentist
(, Sun 26 Feb 2012, 16:02, archived)
# very slow board -- i was able to crack one off, then make this gif afterwards :P
EDIT: now rotated 90 degrees (for her pleasure) and 78% less headbounce
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# YaY :D
(, Sun 26 Feb 2012, 19:23, archived)
# Hahaha
Hail Herman, master of the gif!
I love how his speech bubble moves with him at the end ;)
(, Sun 26 Feb 2012, 17:08, archived)
# 8D
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# :-)
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# Arrrgh.
This is making me bozz eyed. Click.
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#
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# Ouch!
That's gonna sting
(, Sun 26 Feb 2012, 13:59, archived)
# Wiffle Bats.
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# hahaha... :D
(, Sun 26 Feb 2012, 14:01, archived)
# Oooff!
(, Sun 26 Feb 2012, 14:12, archived)
# Batter up!
(, Sun 26 Feb 2012, 15:01, archived)
# Hahahahaha
(, Sun 26 Feb 2012, 15:24, archived)
# Hehe - Prometheus for tots.
(, Sun 26 Feb 2012, 15:27, archived)
# Hahaha
(, Sun 26 Feb 2012, 15:34, archived)
# Does it tile?
(, Sun 26 Feb 2012, 15:51, archived)
# The problem with superloos...


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For any of you familiar with Glasgow city centre, best advice is to avoid these toilets that attract tourists. The larger disabled/parent and baby is a favourite for certain types of "users". This is particularly sad.
(, Sun 26 Feb 2012, 12:44, archived)
#
(, Sun 26 Feb 2012, 12:49, archived)
# HAHAHAHAH!
Ace mate!
(, Sun 26 Feb 2012, 13:29, archived)
# hahaha
unexpected clarkson
(, Sun 26 Feb 2012, 13:41, archived)
# Hahah:)
lovethisone
(, Sun 26 Feb 2012, 13:47, archived)
# Snarf
(, Sun 26 Feb 2012, 13:50, archived)
# hahaha poo-trifying
(, Sun 26 Feb 2012, 15:03, archived)
# hahaha perfect
(, Sun 26 Feb 2012, 15:37, archived)
# a man came bursting out of one of these, cock in hand, still pissing whilst spewing over his shoes
oh, how I laughed
(, Sun 26 Feb 2012, 15:58, archived)
# Perfect
(, Sun 26 Feb 2012, 16:58, archived)
# best best advice is to avoid ALL the toilets
(, Sun 26 Feb 2012, 13:36, archived)
# Go shit in the necropolis
(, Sun 26 Feb 2012, 13:37, archived)
# ^go here if ye want buttraped by tramps
(, Sun 26 Feb 2012, 13:40, archived)
# I read that ass
butt trapped.
(, Sun 26 Feb 2012, 13:50, archived)
# *cancels trip to Falkirk*
(, Sun 26 Feb 2012, 14:39, archived)
# nicely done
(, Sun 26 Feb 2012, 13:41, archived)
#
(, Sun 26 Feb 2012, 13:47, archived)
# Lord Vader, I might have known
I recognised your foul stench when I was brought onboard.
(, Sun 26 Feb 2012, 14:02, archived)
#
(, Sun 26 Feb 2012, 13:52, archived)
# Psychotic cyclops with a boy's name.
Still would.
(, Sun 26 Feb 2012, 15:17, archived)
# She's missing a finger, but I'd gladly give her one
(, Sun 26 Feb 2012, 15:54, archived)
# ...
larger disabled/parent and baby
Entire city
(, Sun 26 Feb 2012, 15:41, archived)
# Excellent, News of the World is back on the shelves.
(, Sun 26 Feb 2012, 12:03, archived)
# Hooray! Now News International can continue to breach basic human rights to put out shitty newspapers!
(, Sun 26 Feb 2012, 12:11, archived)
# Nonono, the News Of The World (NotW) was closed down last year, didn't you hear?
They've just launched the Sun On Sunday (SOS) which is COMPLETELY DIFFERENT
Completely. Different.






completely different
exactly the same
(, Sun 26 Feb 2012, 12:43, archived)
# Oh well, at least it gives us another chance to watch a live inquiry on the telly
which was actually more entertaining than it deserved to be.
(, Sun 26 Feb 2012, 12:51, archived)
# Anything that gives exposure to the comedic might of Johnnie Marbles get my vote.
(, Sun 26 Feb 2012, 13:50, archived)
# You know, I didn't think it was possible to be fatter or stupider than James Corden.
This guy rose to the challenge.
(, Sun 26 Feb 2012, 13:52, archived)
# Thanks Van Da Graph!
I very nearly got manipulated there ;)
(, Sun 26 Feb 2012, 12:56, archived)
# no worries eric
pleased to be of service
(, Sun 26 Feb 2012, 13:03, archived)
# Almost gave in to THE MAN!
(, Sun 26 Feb 2012, 13:52, archived)
# Ex-cellent!
*steeples fingers*
(, Sun 26 Feb 2012, 12:37, archived)
# Still can't get over how fucking weird Rupert Murdoch's hands look.
It looks like he was issued too much skin... dead skin, at that.
(, Sun 26 Feb 2012, 12:39, archived)
# Was pretty wierd in the original.
A bit like a crinkly old map of Argentina.
(, Sun 26 Feb 2012, 12:58, archived)
# It's probably a map of all of the places he's oppressed.
(, Sun 26 Feb 2012, 13:37, archived)
# :(
the paper not your pic
(, Sun 26 Feb 2012, 12:40, archived)
# ...
(, Sun 26 Feb 2012, 13:05, archived)
# lol - I had to look up the meaning of mendacity.
Didn't need to look up the meaning of tits, got them sussed.
(, Sun 26 Feb 2012, 13:09, archived)
# I'm sure there must be conspiracy theories
that the death of Marie Colvin - a long-standing employee of News International, but a universally respected and admired journalist - was arranged by Murdoch to generate goodwill towards the company, helping to offset any outrage at the launch of the Sun on Sunday.

I haven't checked any conspiracy forums, though. The sheer level of stupidity makes my brain itch.
(, Sun 26 Feb 2012, 13:17, archived)
# eeeeeexcellent


release the hounds

(, Sun 26 Feb 2012, 13:37, archived)
# Mini fox hunting
with midgets on Shetland ponies, chasing a hamster.
(, Sun 26 Feb 2012, 13:56, archived)
# squee!
*lays on the kitchen floor with peanut butter rubbed on my face*
(, Sun 26 Feb 2012, 13:56, archived)
# Haha!
Ace :-)
(, Sun 26 Feb 2012, 14:31, archived)
#
(, Sun 26 Feb 2012, 14:50, archived)
# Fuckin' A!
(, Sun 26 Feb 2012, 15:01, archived)
# hah
looks like the child molester from sin city
(, Sun 26 Feb 2012, 15:04, archived)
[challenge entry] For when Rob can't afford the server costs any more...
(, Sun 26 Feb 2012, 11:28, archived)
# HaHa!
click
(, Sun 26 Feb 2012, 11:30, archived)
# hahaha
(speaking of which does anyone know how to delete uploaded images from our 'my images' folder? the 'delete image' button doesn't highlight)
(, Sun 26 Feb 2012, 11:31, archived)
# Take the pin out of the board
and it falls off
(, Sun 26 Feb 2012, 11:32, archived)
# I've been here two and a half years, and the delete button has always been greyed out.
(, Sun 26 Feb 2012, 11:37, archived)
# I remember the days when all this was fields
all this was fields it wasn't greyed out...
(, Sun 26 Feb 2012, 12:16, archived)
# Remember the bit where they say you'll never leave?
That's that, that is.
(, Sun 26 Feb 2012, 11:39, archived)
# 8D
(, Sun 26 Feb 2012, 11:37, archived)
# Hahaha:D
(, Sun 26 Feb 2012, 13:48, archived)
# haha! click
this is like what my internets has been doing lately
(, Sun 26 Feb 2012, 18:46, archived)
[challenge entry]




...
(, Sun 26 Feb 2012, 10:40, archived)
# Very much yes.
This film is gonna totally kick my beautiful, sculpted arse.
Can't wait.
(, Sun 26 Feb 2012, 10:56, archived)
# I bloody hope so,
but it could go either way. I gave up on Thor 20 minutes in. But I did made it through Iron man2 thanks to Downey Jnr's acting chops
(, Sun 26 Feb 2012, 11:08, archived)
# Early word is that it's a great film, everyone gets ample screen time, and there's no excess baggage.
The worst thing I've heard said about it, thus far, is that Joss Whedon doesn't have a particularly cinematic eye.
(, Sun 26 Feb 2012, 11:34, archived)
# Lovely
but did you forget to shop out the bit
behind Archery boy's bow?
(, Sun 26 Feb 2012, 11:02, archived)
# in my defence m'lord
I was making the toast at the same time
(, Sun 26 Feb 2012, 11:08, archived)
# Then I hope it was good toast
(, Sun 26 Feb 2012, 11:21, archived)
# it was the finest of toasteds
my friend, the finest
(, Sun 26 Feb 2012, 11:24, archived)
# George Allagiah gets all the best news stories.
Woo.
(, Sun 26 Feb 2012, 11:34, archived)
#
After all that some supermen and mutants could do had failed, the Martians were destroyed and humanity was saved by the arrows, which Jeremy Renner, in his wisdom, had not sold to the pawn shop to pay for his flat.
(, Sun 26 Feb 2012, 11:44, archived)
# Wonderful :)
(, Sun 26 Feb 2012, 16:08, archived)
# I'm not sure how Green Arrow would take the epilogue.
On one hand, it's a blatant overlap of gimmickry.

On the other, he might finally have a friend at last. Or at least someone else for Green Lantern to pick on.
(, Mon 27 Feb 2012, 18:45, archived)
[challenge entry] Austerity means you give your hard earned dolla's
to those richa than you.
(, Sun 26 Feb 2012, 8:25, archived)
# especially if you're unemployed
(, Sun 26 Feb 2012, 9:28, archived)
# hahahaha
she jumped (onto a hugely expensive mattress filled with cash) before she was pushed, it would seem.
(, Sun 26 Feb 2012, 9:49, archived)
# Ha-ha! Brilliant.
(, Sun 26 Feb 2012, 10:57, archived)
# pffffft
(, Sun 26 Feb 2012, 11:11, archived)
# funny because it's true
(, Sun 26 Feb 2012, 12:07, archived)
# in all honesty...
most definitely WOULDN'T
(, Sun 26 Feb 2012, 12:42, archived)
# In fairness
She has milked a system set up by labour, throughout the labour years. Like many others did with their seemingly endless pot of money.

Thing is, if the cash dries up, 3500 jobs will go. I know that means that Mr Taxpayer saves their salaries, but that's still a lot more people on the dole. Ironic...
(, Sun 26 Feb 2012, 20:53, archived)
# Eh?
Because a set of crooks defrauded a system that happened to be set up by a Labour government, it's Labour's fault?

I suppose if you were mugged in the street, you'd think "Serves me right for going for a walk"...?
(, Sun 26 Feb 2012, 22:11, archived)
# In fairness
"...She has milked a system set up by labour, throughout the labour years. Like many others did with their seemingly endless pot of money."

---------------------------------------------------------

Funny that her 'earnings' accelerated under Call Me Dave, though: £8.6million in the last year (the Coalition's been in power nearly two years).

And even the Daily Mail - no friends or defenders of New Labour - say:
www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2106051/Emma-Harrison-resigns-A4e-quitting-government-role-amid-fraud-claims.html

"...the company, which started running welfare-to-work schemes under New Labour and has flourished under the Coalition."

Repeat, FLOURISHED under the Coalition.

Also, don't forget that Call Me Dave personally appointed her as his Family Tsar AFTER concerns about her company's fraudulent activities had been raised, not to mention conflicts of interest in which "...she was recommending which firms should be used in the programme [to help 120,000 'problem families' into employment] while her own company was bidding for the work."

And I wouldn't worry if her company, A4e, goes belly-up and 3,500 more people join the dole queue - after all, the Department for Work and Pensions has already "...declared ministers had ‘no emotional attachment’ to A4e, because there were so many other firms willing to bid for its Work Programme contracts," so presumably one of those other companies will help them back into work in no time. I mean, they must be awfully good if they're getting all that money from the government, mustn't they?
(, Sun 26 Feb 2012, 22:54, archived)
# Absolute...
...bloody genius. This should be plastered up and down the land in the form of huge posters.
(, Sun 26 Feb 2012, 22:55, archived)
# Feel free to print them off and get plastering :)
(, Mon 27 Feb 2012, 8:12, archived)
# This might need to go up in my uni.
(, Mon 27 Feb 2012, 10:53, archived)
# I was thinking about DWP offices where people sign on.
I wonder how long they would stay up for!
(, Mon 27 Feb 2012, 11:24, archived)
# i'd love to try this!
awesome poster man!
(, Tue 28 Feb 2012, 22:17, archived)
# Hahaha, fantastic!
(, Sun 26 Feb 2012, 23:17, archived)
# Hurrah!
lovely stuff!
(, Tue 28 Feb 2012, 20:55, archived)
# Arf!
(, Sun 26 Feb 2012, 11:42, archived)

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