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Come onnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnn
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Get in Big Grin
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Big GrinBig GrinBig Grin cav
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tee hee
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Get the fuck in, That's what you get sky for changing our fucking games
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The Gods are with us Smile
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countofbiarritz Wrote:The Gods are with us Smile

Good afternoon my dear fellow, is the Champers at your elbow, ready for unleashing?
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Loaded for bear my dear chap, positively brimming. Off to the cinema tonight though with my ladylove, so I shall be aiming for one drink short of full crisis.


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countofbiarritz Wrote:Loaded for bear my dear chap, positively brimming. Off to the cinema tonight though with my ladylove, so I shall be aiming for one drink short of full crisis.



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Is the latest film noir by French auteur Claude Mebelow on show? Or maybe the alluring Ms Winslet getting her plonks out again?
3rd April 2010 02:16 PM
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Clash of the Titans it transpires.

I agreed to go as she said it was a remake of a Roman-Greek classic. Little did I know, the devious wench.
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forest 1-1... come on newcastle man
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countofbiarritz Wrote:Clash of the Titans it transpires.

I agreed to go as she said it was a remake of a Roman-Greek classic. Little did I know, the devious wench.


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Reminds me of a story about a teacher trying to encourage interest in a reading class. He told them one day, that the book for that lesson was about, lust, bloodshed, power, double-dealing and probably more lust. They eagerly turned up to find out they where going to be reading Hamlet Smile
3rd April 2010 02:37 PM
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That technique works better with some books better than others. Try describing Wuthering Heights in that argot.

"Well class, this is a book about going nuts on a farm in the middle of nowhere, and there's another farm where the people are more nuts. Everyone has dreams about what happens years ago, and some incomprehensible Yorkshire cunt barks at people for misplacing his hay"

Or Pride & Prejudice. "Middle class virgins swan around large country houses talking about the weather. The men stand around the piano or write letters, and every so often they all change location and do fuck all in someone else's house. After a hint of disapproval everyone gets married and tries to avoid dying from TB"
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countofbiarritz Wrote:That technique works better with some books better than others. Try describing Wuthering Heights in that argot.

"Well class, this is a book about going nuts on a farm in the middle of nowhere, and there's another farm where the people are more nuts. Everyone has dreams about what happens years ago, and some incomprehensible Yorkshire cunt barks at people for misplacing his hay"

Or Pride & Prejudice. "Middle class virgins swan around large country houses talking about the weather. The men stand around the piano or write letters, and every so often they all change location and do fuck all in someone else's house. After a hint of disapproval everyone gets married and tries to avoid dying from TB"

Class Big Grin
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countofbiarritz Wrote:That technique works better with some books better than others. Try describing Wuthering Heights in that argot.

"Well class, this is a book about going nuts on a farm in the middle of nowhere, and there's another farm where the people are more nuts. Everyone has dreams about what happens years ago, and some incomprehensible Yorkshire cunt barks at people for misplacing his hay"

Or Pride & Prejudice. "Middle class virgins swan around large country houses talking about the weather. The men stand around the piano or write letters, and every so often they all change location and do fuck all in someone else's house. After a hint of disapproval everyone gets married and tries to avoid dying from TB"

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Sir Alex Ferguson - Managing my life.

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Anything by Balzac:

"Unremitting miserly grump locks daughter in an attic and refuses to take a shit"
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The raggy trousered philanthropist.

"Capitalism really fucking sucks".
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howay boys do us a favour....
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Sorry, just got carried away :o

*blames Venners*
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countofbiarritz Wrote:Sorry, just got carried away :o

*blames Venners*

*Takes blame with rigid upper lip, demanded by the code of the board*
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