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    Does dreaming about someone mean that the persons dreaming of you? genuinely just found this as a thread on here
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    Your OP is better than mine :emo:
    good show
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    OMG I googled it. This **** is actually true! Will try next time!
    Lool but dont have too much fun :giggle:
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    0! = 1

    and 1! = 1

    Therefore:

    0! = 1!

    Cancel the ! from both sides

    0=1
    The best troll thread of the year xD ComputerMaths97
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    (Original post by teenhorrorstory)
    "Does Birmingham have a different currency"

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    lmao do people actually think Birmingham is that bad?!
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    My mother once asked if she needed a passport to go to Scotland
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    no bubbles going like blo blo blo :rofl: :rofl: :rofl: ugh, love youtube.


    (Original post by yulebook)
    OMG I googled it. This **** is actually true! Will try next time!
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    (Original post by chelseafreak)
    Does dreaming about someone mean that the persons dreaming of you? genuinely just found this as a thread on here
    It's the same rubbish you hear about "if you itch your ear it's because someone talking about you :shh:" like nope mate, there's something irritating your skin :rofl:
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    (Original post by thecatwithnohat)
    no bubbles going like blo blo blo :rofl: :rofl: :rofl: ugh, love youtube.




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    You're welcome my lovely.
    Crazyrussianhacker says some really funny sh** xD
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    When you're crying and they ask "are you okay?"

    Do I ****ing look okay?
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    Someone once asked me if a leap year is when there's only 3 months in a year :giggle:
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    (Original post by thecatwithnohat)
    bet chance to go "Let me take the time to show you :sexface:"
    Church friend so that would have been very, very awkward :erm:
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    When you're crying and they ask "are you okay?"

    Do I ****ing look okay?
    I know right, and you're just sitting there like "let me jab your hand with a pencil and I'll give you the chance to answer your own question "
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    (Original post by ZuluK)
    When you're crying and they ask "are you okay?"

    Do I ****ing look okay?
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    I know right, and you're just sitting there like "let me jab your hand with a pencil and I'll give you the chance to answer your own question "
    Lol this is so true, but I think what they're more trying to get at is "What's wrong?". I guess the two phrases are just used interchangeably because they assume you'll tell them what's wrong if they ask either.
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    idk I tried pouring juice like that and I still spilt it everywhere
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    (Original post by Carpe Diem Jay)
    lmao do people actually think Birmingham is that bad?!
    Lmao it was coming from a Pakistani though :lol:
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    (Original post by teenhorrorstory)
    Lmao it was coming from a Pakistani though :lol:
    xD
    It's not that bad here
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    When people approach tables in rooms and say "Is someone sitting here" when you can already see there isnt.
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    (Original post by Student403)
    Lol this is so true, but I think what they're more trying to get at is "What's wrong?". I guess the two phrases are just used interchangeably because they assume you'll tell them what's wrong if they ask either.
    I think it's awkward because asking someone what's wrong just triggers the memory of what happened and makes them even more upset :erm:
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    (Original post by thecatwithnohat)
    I think it's awkward because asking someone what's wrong just triggers the memory of what happened and makes them even more upset :erm:
    Yeah. Just socially it's the accepted convention. :dontknow:
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    When people approach tables in rooms and say "Is someone sitting here" when you can already see there isnt.
    I guess it's just empty courtesy :lol:

    I always ask people that in the library in case I plop myself next to them and they go "um .. sorry, I was saving this space for someone."


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