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Cawl wrote two years ago, "People seem to have a knack for walking in at just the wrong time:
"Well, my clothes got wet, so did his... Yes, officer, huddling together to conserve body heat... Yes officer, he's five... No Officer... I'm not his Dad."

What have you done that, in retrospect, you'd really rather nobody had seen, mostly as things just get worse the more you try to explain it?

(, Thu 9 Dec 2010, 21:56)
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That's not a knife.
In my first year of university, I lived in a student village, which was pretty cool. What wasn't cool was the me vs. All mate at once play fights that happened most days. Now it was all in good fun, I gave as good as I got, but the bruises were adding up. I picked up a giant metal spoon from the kitchen which served as a weapon. I took to wearing this in my belt, like a sword when I was in the flat with my mates.

I was walking to a friends flat, I passed a couple walking out the building. I smiled said hi andheld the door open for them. The girl looked shocked and afraid. I heard her say to the guy "My god! Did you see the massive knife that guy was carrying?!" to which the guy replied. "That wasn't a knife, it was a spoon.". Before I could even think, I heard my self say in a comedy Australian accent "I see you've played knifey spoony before!"

The guy came back to high 5 me.
(, Sat 11 Dec 2010, 15:13, 10 replies)
potential winnah!

(, Sat 11 Dec 2010, 17:56, closed)
Have a click.
(, Sat 11 Dec 2010, 18:39, closed)
*internet high-fives*
(, Sat 11 Dec 2010, 18:40, closed)
I have this exchange
Every day with my little boy when laying the table

This FTW
(, Sat 11 Dec 2010, 20:19, closed)
I is like it
(, Sat 11 Dec 2010, 21:19, closed)
I had to look up knifey spoony
I would have said, "'at's not a spoon, now THIS is a spoon" and held it up.
(, Sat 11 Dec 2010, 22:03, closed)
Did you go to Swasea University, by any chance?
I remember Hendrefolian and the larks that always seemed to occur therein.
(, Sat 11 Dec 2010, 23:43, closed)

No, I was at huddersfield.
(, Sun 12 Dec 2010, 0:35, closed)
a university student mistook a huge spoon for a knife? Any easy mistake to make I suupose.......
(, Sun 12 Dec 2010, 18:03, closed)

She was pretty drunk, I belive she was on the fashion course.
(, Sun 12 Dec 2010, 19:51, closed)

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