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22-09-2020, 19:59   #46
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You open a thread hoping it will be something interesting, new, or engaging. However you soon find out it's yet another thread filled with the sort of humour I associate with pot noodle eating men who watch Family Guy.
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22-09-2020, 19:59   #47
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Apparently not, it was M Appeal. She appealed to persons with a penis.

Simpler times
I learned someone would use the word penis in this thread.
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I learned someone would use the word penis in this thread.
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Manners cost nowt.
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22-09-2020, 20:42   #49
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Manners cost nowt.
How very true!
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You open a thread hoping it will be something interesting, new, or engaging. However you soon find out it's yet another thread filled with the sort of humour I associate with pot noodle eating men who watch Family Guy.
You could not be further from the truth, Aongus. Its all Koka Noodles and American Dad for me!
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The ancient Persians were deliberately adding Chromium to steel about 1000 years ago.

https://gizmodo.com/1-000-year-old-p...-ir-1845145184
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To say Spice Girls in a Scottish accent you have to say Space Ghettos in an American accent.
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If you say "beer can" it sounds like a jamaican saying "bacon".
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Every morning I play with balls and cock, I feels like i'm learning something new everyday.
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I've just learn that I didn't lose my virginity all those years ago, I just misplaced it somewhere
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24-09-2020, 11:05   #56
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I learnt today that I have the patience of a saint
I learnt yesterday thet I don't.
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There is a city in Saskatchewan, Canada called Moose Jaw. It's got quite a history. It is marked by a 34 ft moose statue on the Trans Canada Highway called Mac the Moose.
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I just read the term "Swing for the Fences" as I'd never heard it before. In the context I had a feeling it had a baseball connection.

Seems it can be used in investor circles too.

"Swing for the fences" is an attempt to earn substantial returns in the stock market with bold bets. The term "swing for the fences" has its origins in baseball. Batters who swing for the fences try to hit the ball over the fence to score a home run.
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25-09-2020, 22:41   #59
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You open a thread hoping it will be something interesting, new, or engaging. However you soon find out it's yet another thread filled with the sort of humour I associate with pot noodle eating men who watch Family Guy.
What "humour"?! Only funny one was the cat peeing in the dog's water bowl!
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I just learned my phone as a mind of its own
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