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  • Razz 16 Oct 2008 13:28:05 61,196 posts
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    God Mc Jesus

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  • thefilthandthefury 16 Oct 2008 13:28:48 25,016 posts
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    mowgli wrote:
    Oh cool. Well I thought it was interesting anyway :(

    Oh me too! My 'really?' comment was legit.

    Max Power
  • LeoliansBro 16 Oct 2008 13:29:04 44,154 posts
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    You hang around on a roof garden waiting for clever types to drive a 4x4 up the side of the building?

    Edit: That would have workd a lot better without the page break and the intervening billion posts.

    LB, you really are a massive geek.

  • jonsaan 16 Oct 2008 14:05:28 25,352 posts
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    hmmmmmm. After some careful thought I have come up with a solution for you.

    Driven within the speed limit :)

    FCUTA!

  • pjmaybe 16 Oct 2008 14:06:07 70,676 posts
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    What I learned today is that people are essentially fucking awesome.
  • Load_2.0 16 Oct 2008 14:07:33 19,251 posts
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    sbolton666 wrote:
    Load "$" wrote:
    Johnny Massive-Wang for me.

    You would let so many people down with that name :(

    Only you lover.


    Oh and your gaping anus.
  • techierob 16 Oct 2008 14:14:59 336 posts
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    Hitler Bin-Laden O'Kiddyfister for me I reckon.
  • Deleted user 16 October 2008 14:18:22
    Razz wrote:
    God Mc Jesus

    I want a McJesus burger.
  • Deleted user 20 October 2008 18:47:54
    Tapirs are fucking massive.
  • Fozzie_bear 20 Oct 2008 20:34:39 15,530 posts
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    So that's 'tapirs' and 'jungle', then.

    Support the Mowgli Dirty Protest!

  • DaM 20 Oct 2008 21:56:08 13,138 posts
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    mowgli wrote:
    Tapirs are fucking massive.

    You learnt this on Sunday you lying git!
    Did you see the baby one? It was lying behind the mother, I could only see a tiny bit of it.

    /stalks.

    What I learned 5 minutes ago - sand tiger sharks produce about 10 embryos. The one that grows teeth first goes eats all its siblings - in the womb! (on Ch4)
  • Deleted user 20 October 2008 22:15:07
    I know I know! but as sad as it is- posting that on here was the first thing I thought about :( lol. Yeah I saw the baby and it was all kinds of cute, it was also about the size that I thought the adults were going to be. Did you see the Jaguar? Awesome.
  • DaM 20 Oct 2008 22:35:09 13,138 posts
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    Jaguars were smart - the penguin's were on good form too, 7 king penguins came out for the walk, they are my favs. I was going to adopt one, but if you read the small print, they don't actually let you take it home. Bastards. I had filled the bath with ice cubes and filled the garden pond with herring and everything.
  • Deleted user 20 October 2008 23:07:46
    Lol. Cool, it was only the Gentoo penguins and one very scruffy looking Rockhopper that came out. I think the Rockhopper knew I was intending to steal it because as soon as it waddled up to me it went scarpering back to the keepers and they had to pick it up and carry it. Was carrying that big bag around all day for nothing :(
  • Deleted user 2 December 2008 01:39:16
    That confession evidence still has to be corroborated. So if half way through a tril I decide to stand up and shout 'I did it', the prosecution still has to bring more evidence to prove that I did.
  • Deleted user 3 March 2009 17:53:36
    In the Ukrainian language, Chernobyl is the name of a grass, wormwood, which is mentioned in the Bible in the book of Revelations that foretells the end of the world.
  • speedofthepuma 3 Mar 2009 18:02:13 13,297 posts
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    you have only learned about 4 things in about a year

    I lurk. If I've spoken to you, I'm either impassioned, or drunk.

  • Deleted user 3 March 2009 18:06:02
    I know! :S
  • sirtacos 3 Mar 2009 18:07:02 7,280 posts
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    As you get sucked into a black hole, if someone is standing far enough away*, you can see them grow old and die in the span of a few minutes, while you remain the same age. Theoretically, you could even see the universe die.

    *enough not to be affected by space-time distortions.
    That's assuming you can remain on the cusp of a black hole without getting killed by a dozen different things, such as getting stretched out or getting blasted with radiation.
  • Toonster 3 Mar 2009 18:08:05 6,842 posts
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    I'm in class right now and learning that violence against women is bad.

    3DS: 0361-6951-2609 (Tom)

  • Deleted user 3 March 2009 18:09:05
    Inheritance tax only makes up less than 2% of the Governments Revenue, but is kept largely for ideological reasons.
  • sirtacos 3 Mar 2009 18:17:50 7,280 posts
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    The ideology being "your relatives are dead, so you must pay us. We can tax anything - even your sweet, sweet tears of grief. Mwahaha"...?
  • laur 3 Mar 2009 18:37:37 1,213 posts
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    Mountains make the world colder.
  • cubbymoore 3 Mar 2009 18:40:47 36,496 posts
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    I've learnt about the wonderful world of DS homebrew today. for instance I just typed all of this out remotely through DS2Win on my DS on my bed while my laptop is over by the desk. Insane.
  • terminalterror 3 Mar 2009 18:48:15 18,937 posts
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    sirtacos wrote:
    The ideology being "your relatives are dead, so you must pay us. We can tax anything - even your sweet, sweet tears of grief. Mwahaha"...?

    I would imagine the ideology is more:

    "So your parents owned a massive 40 bedroom mansion and enormous estate, but aside from that had no actual wealth? Guess you'll have to give the estate to the National Trust to pay for the inheritance tax then"
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