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Instead of Time person of the year, who's B3ta's and why? (Thanks to Elliot Reuben for the suggestion.)

(, Thu 16 Dec 2010, 10:53)
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I wasn't going to post this on the main thread
But fuck it, why not? For me I will nominate the single post that made me laugh the most, I don't want to over hype it too much but I was in tears of laughter after reading it and it's well written, so in short my nomination goes to *drum roll*...Poohflake for the best shit story I have ever heard...It's epic -

(, Thu 23 Dec 2010, 11:32, Reply)
First Viscount Rothermere, of course!
On the occasion we have a single transferable vote, my second choice is Eugène Terre'Blanche. A politician who, in the manner of his passing, proved to be a visionary of our time.
(, Thu 23 Dec 2010, 11:22, Reply)
As a shallow kinda chap
I'm happy to nominate anyone who'll give me a quick tug behind the bins outside Tescos at half four this afternoon.
(, Thu 23 Dec 2010, 11:18, 1 reply)
Anne Pillage
She's suffered so much
(, Thu 23 Dec 2010, 10:43, 1 reply)
He's so witty.

And Funny,
and Sexy.
(, Thu 23 Dec 2010, 9:14, 2 replies)
Whoever is responsible for the Haynes manuals
You are a fucking legend and have made my year
(, Wed 22 Dec 2010, 23:35, 3 replies)
I'm too modest to nominate myself. Apparently someone else has already done it..........
(, Wed 22 Dec 2010, 21:01, Reply)
I'd like to nominate Wasp Box
For his unerring ability to lower the tone right through the floor...

(, Wed 22 Dec 2010, 19:19, 1 reply)
Bill Posters.
Poor sod.
(, Wed 22 Dec 2010, 14:41, 5 replies)
Just before I rush off for Christmas, here's a little tale about my nominee for B3tan 2010.

One snowy morning, I awoke in a content enough mood. I got out of bed, put on my warmest jumper and went into the kitchen to make myself a nice cup of tea. But - alas - it appeared I'd been robbed by a vagabond of some kind. All my food, drink and comestibles were missing. I'd even run out of coke. And lo, I was wrathful. I jumped around the room swearing like I had tourettes, even frightening the resident loon in the flat next door. I made a vow to take vengeance against the arsewipe who had made off with my tasty breakfast. But where to begin such a quest?

I decided that the best course of action would be to start at my own front door. Whilst I was looking about for clues, a wanderer trotted mysteriously out of the morning mist.

'Good day' quoth I. He looked at me as if I were brain dead. Undeterred, I persevered, for I'm no chicken lady.

'Hello?' I tried again. 'I wondered if you might be able to help. You see, I've just been burgled.'

The stranger emitted a high-pitched cackle followed by a cacophony of shrieks and wails reminiscent of some kind of traditional whorehouse knees-up. 'Go thou, and seek the magic dwarf,' he said. And then fucked off.

I thought this sounded like fairly bad advice, but then I was in no position to argue. I set off towards the enchanted forest where this chthonic being was said to reside. As I drew near to the edgewoods, I felt some trepidation. All around I could hear the rustlings of hidden creatures. What was that in the bushes? A mongoose? A goat? A foxy badger, or merely an amorous one?

'Don't be such a big girl's blouse,' I told myself firmly, stepping forward. Fortunately, it was merely a not-very-scary duck. Feeling more placid, I continued.

The path through the woods grew darker and more tangled with every step. I had no idea of how I was going to find the magic dwarf, but fortunately I had brought an automatic light vessel - more commonly known as a torch - along on my quest. But then another shape appeared, a man with a plan of some kind.

It was Robin Hood, but a demented, hideous version, a gnarled and withered ancient with a face like a smashed monkey. He looked like the devil in tights.

'Password?' he demanded.

'I don't have one,' I replied sheepishly.

It was then I had my second stroke of luck. Robin Hood was obviously a little hard of memory, and had relied on a truly amish information system to recall the password he was instructed to demand. He'd carved it on a nearby tree. Peering through the forest gloom, I could just make out the letters...m...o...n...k..e...

I bawled 'MONKEY!' as loud as I could. Triumph! Robin slunk awake, and then, out of nowhere he appeared before me, hooded in his inky cloak of darkness and surrounded by a ring of fire. The Supreme Crow - for it was he, henchman of the tricksy midget himself. Boldly - as boldly as I could muster given the increasingly strange circumstances - I made my request for an audience with the grand master.

'Why, of course,' replied the courteous corvid, and ushered me forth into a cavernous chamber sparkling with gold dust, wherein sat the dwarf, muttering nonsensities. I related the woeful tale of my stolen food, and the trials I had undergone to get to him.

And then what happened? Well, the vile little scrote just laughed at me, brandished a carrot he'd been concealing. He was obviously a terminal boozehound and even at this time in the morning was completely legless.To make matters worse, on the way home I slipped and ended up with a broken coccyx. And that all really happened.

Merry Christmas all.
(, Wed 22 Dec 2010, 13:29, 13 replies)

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(, Wed 22 Dec 2010, 12:25, 26 replies)
Boss Keloid
For buying non-alcoholic beer, the bellend.
(, Wed 22 Dec 2010, 12:17, 3 replies)
I nominate
Can I have two nominations? Firstly Mr H.Accord for undying devotion to the board. Secondly Mrs M.Drugs. Both consistent contributors to the greater good of B3ta.
(, Wed 22 Dec 2010, 11:30, Reply)
Late Entry.
I nominate cr3 for making this, it's entertained me more than most things this year

(, Wed 22 Dec 2010, 10:10, 102 replies)
I think it should be Labia Majora
He has more chins than any mere mortal can count, and he brought us The Pandatron.

That is all.
(, Wed 22 Dec 2010, 9:48, Reply)
Has anyone written down 2011 yet? It seems so strange.
(, Wed 22 Dec 2010, 0:38, 1 reply)

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