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This is what I used to look like:

But now I look like a wannabe Bin Laden

I can't draw and have no artistic ability of any kind. But I do make these:

Gazzed requests received with pleasure and acted on if I can!

The lovely Dekionplexis made me this mysterious scene.

The Fiend's ambigram turned out a bit better, and lucky me, look what I got in return!

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» Guilty Laughs

Friendly fire
Mrs Flatfrog was visiting a friend whose brother was a soldier. She asked how he was doing.
'Oh, didn't you hear? He died in Iraq'
'That's terrible, I didn't hear. How did it happen?'
'He was killed in a friendly fire incident. A tank fell on him'
At which point the missiz bursts out laughing. She was really embarrassed and apologetic, but her friend said.
'Don't worry about it, everyone does that'.
(Fri 23rd Jul 2010, 9:06, More)

» Puns

KY Jelly (from my boss)
Did you hear that KY Jelly were planning to release a special product for the new millennium called KYY2K? It allowed you to insert four digits into your date where previously you could only insert two.
(Thu 5th Mar 2009, 16:47, More)

» Good Advice

See a pin and pick it up
And all that day you'll have a pin
(Thu 20th May 2010, 21:07, More)

» My sex misconceptions

Temperature control
Despite an impressive number of conquests, Mrs Flatfrog (in the days when she was just Mrs Flatfrog-to-be) had never appreciated the amazing sensitivity of the testes' temperature control mechanism. One day I happened to explain it to her and she became fascinated by the process.

The result: Half an hour lying on my back while she alternatively breathed warm air and blew cold air onto my scrunchy bits to watch them moving about. Followed by several days of having to resign myself to the knowledge that her entire circle of friends had been treated to a blow-by-blow account (if you'll pardon me).
(Sat 27th Sep 2008, 12:52, More)

» Awesome teachers

My uncle's advice to chemistry teachers
My uncle is a biochemist and has very strong opinions about chemistry education. He says to his teaching students: if you are teaching chemistry and your kids aren't stealing magnesium and sulphuric acid from your supply cupboards, you're not doing your job properly.
(Fri 18th Mar 2011, 10:41, More)
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