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I like this competition

*edit: I'm humbled by your praise. Thank you!
(Fri 12th Mar 2004, 17:07, More)

Tiddles didn't quite have the infestation under control

edit: Finally my first FP! Hurrah! Happy Friday!
(Fri 5th Sep 2003, 9:53, More)

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» Black Sheep

I got caught smoking pot.
Then they found out my teacher had done my A levels for me.
Then I fought a photographer outside a nightclub.
Next I claimed I had a bad knee and would have to delay joining the military, and subsequently went skiing on my 'bad knee'.
And just to top it all, I got caught wearing a Nazi uniform at a fancy dress party, whilst my gran's off to Auschwitz in 2 weeks to lead a commemoration.
Silly me. Baaaaa.
(Fri 14th Jan 2005, 12:15, More)

» I just don't get it

Seriously, I just don't get it. My mum's had breast cancer so I know what having to deal with cancer is like, and I just can't understand how anybody could want to increase their chances of getting cancer of any sort. At all. Ever.

Someone explain it to me? Also, really not an attractive way to smell you know!
(Thu 31st Mar 2005, 17:23, More)

» I just don't get it

Cherry Coke & an A to Z
"Also - people who put dots on capital I's and apostrophes in the wrong place. There's just no need and I wish to destroy them."

Erm, there's no need for an apostrophe in I's, it's a plural you hypocrite! Go destroy yourself!
(Thu 31st Mar 2005, 14:29, More)

» I just don't get it

I could/couldn't care less
I always said 'I couldn't care less if he dies tomorrow' for example, but lately all I hear/read is 'I could care less'.

Which one is correct? I really don't understand!

Surely if you could care less, then you care quite a lot about it, and isn't that the opposite of what you're trying to imply?
(Thu 31st Mar 2005, 14:27, More)

» Shoddy Presents

my aunt is Finnish
I'm not sure if that has anything to do with it, but over my teenage years I received a variety of lame Christmas presents.

4 pencils in a box.
A flannel.
A hairbrush. With hairs in it. I presume it was bought at a charity shop. Eurgh.
(Thu 23rd Sep 2004, 11:46, More)
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