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Smaug says: Ricky Gervais. Lesbian pr0n. Going into a crowded bar, purely because it's crowded. All these things seem to be popular with everybody else, but I just can't work out why. What leaves you cold just as much as it turns everyone else on?

(, Thu 15 Oct 2009, 14:54)
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Commenting on daylight hours.
The amount of people, most of whom say it once a week or so, who say, every single year without fail "It's getting dark a lot earlier now" until in then starts getting light, when it becomes "it's staying light a lot later now." "oooh, it's 8PM and still daylight"

It's happens every year in a pretty uniform manner, it isn't surprising or interesting and most certainly not worth commenting on, all the time.

NB: Does not apply to those living in obscure polar regions who have about 4 hours of daylight per year, you can talk about that if you want.
(, Mon 19 Oct 2009, 17:44, 4 replies)
what like scotland

(, Mon 19 Oct 2009, 17:49, closed)
I lol'd.
(, Mon 19 Oct 2009, 18:27, closed)
I think this gets covered in the general
shit that people say...

"they should do something about it"

"typical init"

"in this day'n'age"

"you've got to be so careful now days"

and on and on and on. There's a couple of people at my work that haven't vocalised an original though since 1996.
(, Mon 19 Oct 2009, 18:57, closed)
I dunno
Your examples are used either as part of a story/rant/complaint or in response to one, they're terrible clich├ęs still but my point is people see this as being worthy of saying on it's own, as if it was a ground breaking observation that has Nobel prize written all over it.
(, Wed 21 Oct 2009, 20:13, closed)

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