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    (Original post by Pedrobear)
    That compromises things, right?

    Do you ever use the X7, by the way? :awesome:
    too right it bloody compromises things.grrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr



    yeah man dyoou?
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    (Original post by Pedrobear)
    Weak kid. :awesome:

    :sigh: I was 6, don't be hating on me foo'.
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    (Original post by bex285)
    too right it bloody compromises things.grrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr



    yeah man dyoou?
    Suddenly, bex and pedrobear realise who they are. They are time travellers from the year 1337 AD. They are husband and wife.
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    (Original post by bex285)
    yeah man dyoou?
    Yep, very often.

    The amount of times we've probably been in the same bus.

    :awesome:
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    (Original post by Madjackismad)
    Suddenly, bex and pedrobear realise who they are. They are time travellers from the year 1337 AD. They are husband and wife.
    i dont get it
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    (Original post by Pedrobear)
    Yep, very often.

    The amount of times we've probably been in the same bus.

    :awesome:
    ooooo that's weird :|
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    Deku Tree:

    blabhalbhalh legend blahblahlah hyrule blahblhalh Navi blahblhalh stones blhablhslha forest blahbalhslhsl goddesses blhalbhalhbla brb dying blahblhba

    STFU.
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    (Original post by Pedrobear)
    Deku Tree:

    blabhalbhalh legend blahblahlah hyrule blahblhalh Navi blahblhalh stones blhablhslha forest blahbalhslhsl goddesses blhalbhalhbla brb dying blahblhba

    STFU.
    That town, where at night, zombies come out. :afraid:
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    (Original post by Madjackismad)
    That town, where at night, zombies come out. :afraid:
    Never...been...so...disturbed... yet...aroused...mmm...well....ex cept...that...one...time...
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    (Original post by Pedrobear)
    Deku Tree:

    blabhalbhalh legend blahblahlah hyrule blahblhalh Navi blahblhalh stones blhablhslha forest blahbalhslhsl goddesses blhalbhalhbla brb dying blahblhba

    STFU.
    You confuse meeeee :woo:
    omg where did noddy face go? :|
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    lol i'm working at 9.
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    (Original post by bex285)
    lol i'm working at 9.
    Yuck.

    Are you alright? :hugs: You seem a little off.
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    Ahh off to work in an hour

    Then i'm off monday exam tuesday off wednesday and work thursday

    lol. Life is busy
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    (Original post by Madjackismad)
    ...
    If you were given the choice between having your head stamped in by a group of neds, or going down on Susan Boyle, what shoes would you ask them to wear?
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    (Original post by Pedrobear)
    If you were given the choice between having your head stamped in by a group of neds, or going down on Susan Boyle, what shoes would you ask them to wear?
    What shoes would I ask the neds to wear? Or the person going down on Susan Boyle?

    I would ask them to wear slippers that have really soft soles. :cool:
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    What's effective about the parenthesis in "My Last Duchess"?

    :nothing:
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    (Original post by LuhLah)
    What's effective about the parenthesis in "My Last Duchess"?

    :nothing:
    Ahh, Robert Browning. I did Porphyria's Lover, I've read 'My Last Duchess' though. I think the parenthesis is effective, because it allows the reader to see the narrator is rambling on...I think.

    Are you asked to look at how the poem comprises of rhyming pentameter lines? Like enjambement?
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    I got it.

    It's used in a context where the duke is describing his painting of his last wife, who he killed, to his ultra mega servant person. The parenthesis says that the duke never shows anyone else the painting, so the servant should be honoured. Therefore, it shows that the duke is arrogant and self centered due to him thinking that his actions should be glorifyed, as he considers himself so exclusive.

    :dontknow:
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    (Original post by Madjackismad)
    Ahh, Robert Browning. I did Porphyria's Lover, I've read 'My Last Duchess' though. I think the parenthesis is effective, because it allows the reader to see the narrator is rambling on...I think.

    Are you asked to look at how the poem comprises of rhyming pentameter lines? Like enjambement?
    Oh, I got that the iambic pentameter shows the duke's skill and that he has been well educated, as it's hard to maintain such a rythm in such regulation, and that therefore connotes that he is snobbish and a show off, therefore promoting his self-centered character.
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    (Original post by LuhLah)
    I got it.

    It's used in a context where the duke is describing his painting of his last wife, who he killed, to his ultra mega servant person. The parenthesis says that the duke never shows anyone else the painting, so the servant should be honoured. Therefore, it shows that the duke is arrogant and self centered due to him thinking that his actions should be glorifyed, as he considers himself so exclusive.

    :dontknow:
    That's good. :yep: Are you doing 'Porphyria's Lover' to compare? Another excellent poem by Browning, more shocking though.
 
 
 
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