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Recent front page messages:

- I love you, Ted.


- I love you too, Mary.
(Fri 19th Dec 2003, 22:14, More)

Yo yo yo BITCH! Where be my line-fresh tuna? I ain't eating no dried up sheeeeeyit!

(Fri 5th Dec 2003, 16:56, More)

That's why they're always snuffling, you see -


they've got hayfever!
(Wed 12th Nov 2003, 21:41, More)

Doobie doobie doo...

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[edit]Arse, you wouldn't see his shorts in the reflection from that angle... ARSE.
[edit2] like this.
(Wed 29th Oct 2003, 22:26, More)

YES, DARLING, you were wonderful. Be a sweetie and get me another Vittel please, darling?

(Mon 15th Sep 2003, 23:18, More)

Can I post this here?
I just made it for my profile in 4rthur, and it's turned out rather well I thought...


(Fri 5th Sep 2003, 22:00, More)

It occured to Dave that his Blind Date had "nipped to the loo" 3 hours ago

...and it was now closing time.

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(Sun 31st Aug 2003, 23:13, More)

Filth!

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(Thu 14th Aug 2003, 20:12, More)

I call this the Walpuss.

(Tue 12th Aug 2003, 13:19, More)

I don't LIKE that pair, get me ANOTHER one. A NICE ONE.

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(Tue 5th Aug 2003, 21:24, More)

Best answers to questions:

» Pure Ignorance

Hmm.
I was in the Natural History Museum in London, looking at the Dinosaurs, when I overheard an American (yes, again) gentleman pointing at one in an attempt to educate his spawn.

"You see that? You're descended from one of them!"
(Sat 8th Jan 2005, 1:06, More)

» Irrational Fears

Bathroom mirrors. I used to be terrified of them, but
I'm trying to overcome it with ever-increasing success. I think it stems from crappy horror movies. Something always happens to the (often nekkid and thus unable to run) girl in the bathroom, and often for a "clever" camera angle they'll show it through the bathroom mirror. Candyman, candyman, etc.

This fear manifests itself in two ways: I have to try not to blink if I catch sight of myself in the mirror ('cos then the director will "cut" to the scary thing behind me when I open my eyes) and I have to leave a "nice" face in the mirror (to try to persuade it not to get me next time).

[edit]Also, Mullet Over is right - Daddy-long-leggeses are terrifying.
(Tue 27th Jan 2004, 20:02, More)