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"Moomin-papa is innocent and boyish, but still quite proud of his masculinity. While he is enormously loyal to his family, he is a dreamer partial to dubious individuals and whisky." Moomin-Characters

Temporarily absconded due to /talk induced stress. It just seems a bit un-friendly there.

I'm also a Norn Irish lad shouting "Gaz! ye dropped my fecking chips ye bastard!" around the campus of Loughborough University.

I have a FaceSpack

Here is me doing an impression of Hoohah.

Balls that's broke too.

E-mail: moomin dot papa at gmail dot com
MSN: jkmcc at lineone dot net

This would best describe my taste in music.

Lilypie Baby Ticker

I was also a member of teh /Talk insomniac club until the badge broke.

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Best answers to questions:

» World's Sickest Joke

My sister is a physiotherapist........

Whats the hardest part of a vegetable to eat?

.........the wheelchair!

(Thu 9th Sep 2004, 19:28, More)

» Cheating cheaty cheats

I was informed that
the exam invigilators for my GCSEs and A-Levels didn't know what a graphics calculator was and you could happily store all your notes inside one with them being none the wiser.

Although I never partook in such filthy dirty cheating.

I once won a sack race where there was a big enough hole in the sack that my leg could fit through, thus allowing me to run at nearly full speed.
(Thu 17th Nov 2005, 11:08, More)

» Cheap Tat

Pound Shop Batteries
I was trying to get my remote control car to work after years of neglect but needed 12 x AA batteries for the remote control and RC servo units.

Seeing that recharge-ables were far more expensive than a bunch of sets of pound shop batteries I got the twelve batteries from the local pound shop for a whole british pound!

I couldn't get the RC car to work but a couple months later I needed AA batteries for my mouse. I proceeded to open the remote control, while holding my mouse (I think I was having an important MSN conversation and was in a hurry) took a couple batteries out and in my haste decided to hold one in my mouth while I installed the other in my mouse.

I dropped everything as battery acid (or chemicals) that has leaked out of the battery began to dissolve my lip (seriously, the skin was almost bubbling off), my fingers had also started going red and sore from this and I had to drop everything and run to the sink to clean this skin dissolving fluid off.

The batteries worked in my mouse for two months though!
(Fri 4th Jan 2008, 11:01, More)

» Awesome Sickies

My work asked me to go to Germany
and help set up a display stand for some exhibition they have over there.

With me being still in school at the time I was supposed to come up with a suitable excuse for getting off school for 4 days. I phoned the principle from the airport and told them I'm going to Germany for some work and would pick them up some duty free if they wanted.

She didn't mind as I was good at school and thought it would be valuable experience.
It was, because most of my time was spent drinking beer and eating at restaurants.
(Fri 9th Jun 2006, 9:19, More)

» Child Labour

I always wanted to work with my Dad,
as he worked with machinery and could fix thigs and stuff.

So when I was 14/15 I used to go to the factory he worked and helped him fix things (IE swept up, lifted stuff and fetched him the necessary tools). I was too young to actually be paid by the factory so he paid me a fiver himself for four and a half hours work.

I learned loads of stuff, like how to use tools, plumb hydraulics and drive a forklift (but don't tell Health and Safety), during that time and when I turned 16 the factory gave me a proper job and I have been wokring my acedemic holidays there since. Although more money would be nice.
(Fri 17th Feb 2006, 12:29, More)
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