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    Shithouse tagging

    It wasn't a monkey it was a Lemur, and it only happened once. And you promised you wouldn't bring it up in public. * flounces away *
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    Shithouse tagging

    No! Fern was, in fact, indicating the amount of brain cells in your head. * *Only joking of course, don't want to start yet another GF feud.
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    Shithouse tagging

    I was wondering, FG, if you could interpret the following picture for me? Cheers.
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    Upcoming TV Shows

    This should be ace, I love the book; can't wait to see what HBO do with it. HBO Adaptation of Neil Gaiman’s American Gods Will Last Six Seasons
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    Is PC actually correct?

    It's got to be. That is the only joke I've heard with Um Bongo in it.
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    Shithouse tagging

    Ooooh don't insult Moglet. He will make you look a ' cunt ' in front of everyone in a diatribe of no less than 20 paragraphs. As for the SD shit, I suppose I made a few jokes at first, but it quickly got boring. I don't believe for one minute that anyone actually though he had sex with dogs. We should just draw a line under it all now and move on.
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    Prince Philip 'slowing down' at 90.

    Got to agree with Monty on this one, I mean France have much bigger tourism receipts than the UK. And people don't visit Versailles because they expect to see the Queen of France. Tourists would still come and visit Buckingham Palace and the Tower of London and what have you with or without the Royal Family.
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    Stu Monty's Birthday

    May I propose a picture to be photoshopped? You know Clyde, the Orangutan from the Clint Eastwood film Every which way but loose, right?
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    Agreed. She is making me cringe watching her. Everytime I see her on the telly or in the paper she is spouting the most spectacular shite. This from last week a case in point : Love bluebells, give up the dogs – Germaine Greer tells Britons | Books | The Guardian Hitchens, and any of the other panelists they have on this from the Daily Mail, are like panto villains. I don't think even they believe half the shit they say.
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    Ed Miliband

    I think that is because he is boring and yellow faced. No one seems bothered about anything he has to say, he completely lacks charisma. I'm no great fan of his brother but the coalition would be under a lot more pressure if he had beat him to the Labour party leadership.
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    I like this one, think someone off here ( maybe John B? ) had it as his signature at one time.
  12. Not really a case of pismronouncing a word, but this seems like a nice thread to ask the question. Is it " bare in mind " or " bear in mind "? I'm hoping it's the latter because that is how I've just put it in another post.
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    80's fancy dress ideas

    Going to one a week Saturday, give me some more ideas motherfuckers and bear in mind I don't want to spend loads on a costume. Mainly because the party will be shit and I don't want to go.
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    Nbc originally made the programme, but cancelled it after series 2 when TNT picked it up. From Wiki : I think it's ace, it's a bit lighter than the Shield. Like this scene from season 1. Note : Bleeping is only on the Youtube clip; not the actual programme. BX8ukHpNSu8
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    Season 3 has already aired in the states mate, 10 episode season. They've commissioned a 10 episode fourth season as well.
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    Cameron: "Cuts will change our way of life"

    Nice quote for your ten thousandth post NV!
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    Series 1 and 2 both available for free at the minute on TV on demand for anyone who has Virgin. Watched both series in 3 days ( 7 episodes series 1 and 6 episodes series 2. ) Decent programme, like the shield; just not as good.
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    Summer 2011

    It has been rumoured that spurs will have to sell to buy after missing out on the champions league. They also sold Berbatov, their best player at the time, not too long ago to the mancs. So it wouldn't be a massive surprise if he went there.
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    Third World War

    Just you wait till the Roundheads and the cavaliers start clashing again.
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    Enlisting to the Army

    Only if you could guarantee I was in a dog patrol with both SD and Silverlining to provide some comedy relief in between getting shot at. Otherwise, no.
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    Third World War

    I don't think we'll see a war on the scale of WWII again. In fact, I can't see a war taking place in mainland Europe in the foreseeable future. Israel being attacked is something that could kick it off. Especially if Iran get nukes to threaten them with. A lot depends on relations between Russia, China and the USA as well. China are already getting bad press over there; though I don't believe they would start a war. Russia trying to claim vast swathes of the Arctic could cause a few problems in the future too. I can see it kicking off over the Falklands again in my lifetime, but obviously not leading to a world war.
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    Reading Material Help

    I've seen you mention Dennis Lehane a few times on here Paul, and I agree he is fucking great. I thought his last Kenzie/Gennaro book Moonlight Mile was a little bit dissapointing; not enough Bubba. If we are talking crime series there are a few which I feel are equal or better to Lehane. I'll include a link to the first book in the series and the Wiki page. The Charlie Parker books by John Connolly are better in my opinion. Beautifully written. First book Every Dead Thing: Amazon.co.uk: John Connolly: Books Wiki John Connolly (author) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia As mentioned by me and a few others James Lee Burke's Dave Robicheaux novels are ace. The standard I compare others to. First book The Neon Rain: Amazon.co.uk: James Lee Burke: Books Wiki James Lee Burke - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Robert B.Parker's Spenser Novels. Must be nearly 40 books spanning from 1973 to this 2011 ( he died last year sadly ) First book The Godwulf Manuscript: Amazon.co.uk: Parker: Books Wiki Robert B. Parker - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia All of the above are better than Lehane, I think. Equal, or nearly as good as him I would say : Michael Connelly's Harry Bosch novels. First Book Amazon.co.uk: the black echo: Books Wiki Michael Connelly - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Harlan Coben's Myron Bolitar Books. First Book Deal Breaker: Amazon.co.uk: Harlan Coben: Books Wiki Harlan Coben - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Robert Crais Elvis Cole/Joe Pike novels ( a personal favourite ) First Book The Monkey's Raincoat (Elvis Cole Novels): Amazon.co.uk: Robert Crais: Books Wiki Robert Crais - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Lawrence Block, Matthew Scudder novels. First Book The Sins of the Fathers: Amazon.co.uk: Lawrence Block: Books Wiki Lawrence Block - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Donald Harstad, Carl Houseman books. First book Eleven Days: Amazon.co.uk: Donald Harstad: Books Wiki Donald Harstad - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia I own every one of the books by those authors, took me years to collect them all. They are all well worth collecting.
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    Liverpool make £8m bid for Wickham

    I don't think the fsg plan is necessarily to make money; rather to get value. So, if we sign wickham now for £8mil and he is worth say £25mil by the time he is 25 that doesn't mean we have to sell him for a big Profit. It means we have bought a player worth £25mil for a fraction of the price therefore saving the club money.
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    Real crisps you say? I had some bacon frazzles before. And some real crisps roast ox flavour yesterday. Motherfuckers.
  25. Not if you stab her first.