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Pff just read my profile, truly saddened by my own immaturity. Time for an update. My real name is Graeme and Im from sunny Aberdeen, Scotland. B3ta has been my savior from utter boredom and worthlessness. Yay for my impossibly dull life!

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» Pure Ignorance

Oh oh oh!
Can't even be bothered to read other replies before i post this! i Have a friend who is a gold mine of stupidity.

Conversation about cartoons goes as follows:
Me: something about japanese cartoons
Friend: "Oh yeah, like, what's it called, enima!"
Me: Luaghing, "erm, you mean anime?"
Friend: "Uh yeah, so whats enima then?"
Me: "its when they shove a tube up your arse to flush it out"
Friend: "Ooooh, like colonial interrogation... right... why are you luaghing?"

This was mid secondary school, but still, wtf?
(Fri 7th Jan 2005, 20:16, More)

» Heckles

Reminded by Professor Yaffle (Near Top, Page 3)
Glastonbury '05. Ryan Adams was meant to play the John Peel Stage Sunday night but ended up pulling out, so Bright Eyes played instead. Dunno what he was on, but the lead singer was being a complete git and getting heckled something rotten for it, being called all the 4 letter words you can imagine.

The most amusing heckles however came from people shouting for "Summer of '69". They had failed to notice, in their drunken/stoned little worlds, that
1. it was meant to be Ryan, not Bryan Adams
2. Ryan Adams wasn't even playing, and
3. Bright Eyes neither look nor sound like Bryan Adams!
I still don't know whether they were taking the piss, I seriously hope so...
(Sat 8th Apr 2006, 15:27, More)

» Pure Ignorance

Joke gone wrong
Got the following joke appalingly wrong:

Me: What does dna stand for? (meant to be national dyslexics association)
Friend: Dunno
Me: National Diabetics Organisation! No, wait... damn.
(Sat 8th Jan 2005, 11:55, More)

» Fancy Dress

Won £10 in Virgin vouchers
a few years ago at a youth club I went to at the time for being best dressed at a 60's-70's night. Had my own blue tie-dye t-shirt and homemade flared trousers, and looked damn good if I say so myself.

Went to a party at my union as Austin Powers last Halloween, as suggested by my friends, probably more because of the suitability of my teeth to the role than anything else. Had a nice chat with a chap who happened to be wearing exactly the same costume that evening though. Woke up with a hang-over and a traffic cone in my room...
(Sat 14th Jan 2006, 17:43, More)

» Your Weirdest Teacher

Hmm, lets think...
Mr McLellan, German. He was a right nut, thought it was a good idea to put the most disruptive pupils at the back of the class where they would be even more disruptive. Best was at christmas when he suggested we watched a dvd, went to get a "dvd player" and came back with a CD player. No TV or anything. God knows how he expected that to work.

Frau Troube, German (again). Wierd fat French woman who came to Scotland to teach kids french, but ended up doing German too for some reason. Apparently the year below us made her cry by singing "who ate all the pies?" Pity I wasn't there to see that...
(Wed 16th Nov 2005, 14:20, More)
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