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» I don't understand the attraction

When I mention I don't drink to people I work with, they look at me as if I'm from another planet. I'd rather have a bag of smack (srsly) Booze: A disgusting, yellow fingered, piss smelling old man's drug. There's so much better out there.

Friends: If I mention how much I hate this show I'm often looked at as if I have no sense of humour. Then If I ask if they've seen Sports Night or Absolute Power they look rather confused. Why are lowest common denominator comedies so successful? I'd really like to know.
(Sun 18th Oct 2009, 8:17, More)

» What Makes You Cry?

The end of Antarctica when the dog handler finally makes it back to the research station and finds the two brothers have survived made me cry.
(Thu 14th Aug 2014, 23:20, More)

» Rogues, Villains and Eccentrics

Piece of shit.
A few years back I got robbed at syringe point for a bit of hash I'd just scored. The cunt is now in jail for murder. Last year whilst robbing a local smack dealer he dropped an LCD telly on the guys head and whilst searching for the gear he had his hand up both of the dealer's girlfriend's holes. I hope to God they throw away the key for this cunt.
(Sat 29th Sep 2012, 10:24, More)

» The Police II

Shoulda got their facts straight.
My mate used to live at 6 Cathcart Crescent, a local hash dealer used to live at 6 Cartha Crescent (which is just round the corner). One day in 1996 the DS show up at my mates house with a search warrant. After the mistake is realised my mate is straight on the blower "Ross get everything to fuck, DS on way to yours, give you full story later. Police found nothing. I wonder if this kind of mistake is common? Not a particularly funny story but Ross is a good guy who always gave decent sized bits, so it was great to see the police mess up their bust.
(Fri 6th May 2011, 9:44, More)

» Old stuff I still know

Wide awake club:
Postcode for their compos: London NW1 8TQ
and 0898 200 898 Chinwag the chatline where anything can happen.
(Sun 3rd Jul 2011, 9:18, More)
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