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Old 15th Sep 2003, 14:40
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My cat smells of dead mammals.
Seville used to have a nice beer called Cruz Campo, till the gits at San Miguel messed with
it so that it gives you a raging headache on glass 2.
Caffrey's went through a similar phase however, and is now merely another insipid,
waste of space lager-clone.
Will being part of Europe sound the death-knell of many other proper British beers?
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Old 15th Sep 2003, 15:57
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And now for something completely different

What dessert has the same frequency as brain waves?



A bowl of Jell-O, when hooked up to an EEG machine, exhibits patterns virtually identical to the brain waves of a human being. So when I say this thread will turn your mind into Jell-O, I'm NOT kidding!
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Old 15th Sep 2003, 16:21
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Incidently, the Sundance Kid was a pussycat compared to Kid Curry, real scallywag he was, western legend has it, he didn't even wash his hands after peeing.
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Old 15th Sep 2003, 16:29
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Frankly, gentlemen, I'm a little disappointed that you are so easily taken in by some imposter. Here I am, stuck in a luxury resort on the east coast, 45km from the nearest internet cafe, so I can only pop in on my occasional shoe-buying trips between massages and pedicures. And what do I find, having used up half an hour (or 1.5 ringgits), wading through your reams of rants? I find you kowtowing to some wannabe who thinks that a cheong sam is number 47 on a takeaway menu.

I feel thoroughly let down, I can tell you. I might decide to stay here after all and set up a little stall selling laksa and yong tau foo and use PPRuNe print-outs for wrapping up my nasi lemak.
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Old 15th Sep 2003, 16:50
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Ah ! welcome back singaporegirl, Drapes wasn't fooled forra minute.
Another spiffing day here, real indian summer we are having on the Coaly Tyne, one has a feeling we are going to have to pay for this clement weather though..
Have you ever concidered a holiday in Whitley Bay singaporegirl?
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Old 15th Sep 2003, 17:09
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Morning folks....I wasn't fooled either - She was sending all sorts of dirty perverted private messages to me...suggesting all sorts of activities we could get upto...and I don't mean monopoly....at that moment I knew either all my Christmas's had come at once, or there was an imposter about!

Anyway, I'm still feeling hung-over from my drinking session Saturday night Red Wine & White wine...I've decided both bottles must've been off - as I've not felt OK since.
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Old 15th Sep 2003, 18:06
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Something amazing just happened, Jimmy Tarbuck managed to get out five words without mentioning golf.
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Old 15th Sep 2003, 19:52
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The phone company's 24 hour "billing questions" hotline is closed!

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Old 15th Sep 2003, 21:42
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The ants in my garden do not like the strimmer.
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Old 15th Sep 2003, 23:05
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Do we need to renew our spirits and take strength from an appraisal, before we arise tomorrow - for the long journey ahead on TRRBATPSOIT?

Is it safe to get out of bed today
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Old 15th Sep 2003, 23:29
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The ants eating my deck did not like the chemicals I sprayed on them yesterday

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Old 15th Sep 2003, 23:31
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I don't often see Ants. Last year in Cyprus though I saw a lot in our kitchen...they didn't like me stomping around the kitchen wearing only a smile shouting...'bluddy ants...I'll kill the lot of ya'

They legged it when they saw how cross I was.
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Old 15th Sep 2003, 23:42
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The Ant language and emotional response is notoriously difficult to understand, for all you know said Ants may be leaping up and down with joy and shrieking encouragement to the strimmer.
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Old 15th Sep 2003, 23:50
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These [email protected] were an inch long and some had fecking wings, I think I got the lot of em...oh and there was a dead skunk lying in the middle of the road....I don't think the events are related.

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Old 16th Sep 2003, 00:01
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Once, in my younger years, someone was angry with me and they called me a stupid dead skunk....

thinking about it now, I may have misheard that last word.
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Old 16th Sep 2003, 01:32
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Been dammed warm and muggy here today, one had stowed ones fan away for the year, one has had to deploy it again.
If this type of weather is going to be the norm, one will have to investigate the possibility of getting one of those small Indian chappies that sit in the corner of ones living room and pull a large fan thingy back and forth across ones ceiling with a rope.
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Old 16th Sep 2003, 03:50
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Hmmm I think this new theory (well new to me anyway)that Christopher Marlow faked his own murder, then buggad off to Italy and continued to write shakespears plays has merit.
And what about Johnny Ringo? if he commited suicide my nobs a haddock.
How come his gunbelt was on upside down?, why had he taken his boots off?, and how come he managed to eject the spent cartridge from the chamber of his colt after he had shot himself in the boiler?.


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Old 16th Sep 2003, 06:02
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Boring, totally pointless snippet:

Right now there are 27 posts and 648 views of the thread "Should Drapes 'TRRBATPSOIT' thread be laid to rest?"
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Old 16th Sep 2003, 06:21
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Thank god for that, one was begining to think one was all alone here.
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Old 16th Sep 2003, 07:30
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I missed you, SG, and I certainly didn't partake ( much) in thr ranting.

TC? What was I doing wrong that I didn't get any suggestive PMs?
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