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(Original post by Nigel Farage MEP)
I do not think health experts would appreciate parents sedating their kids with sleeping pills or diluted alcohol before taking a flight. It would be a welcome move to grumps like us but there will be a group of people who oppose it.

It is a typical boy answer to focus on how she is in bed and what she looks like over her personality and intelligence. While you are at it, I think nice teeth should be added to you list.
Haha, probably not... To be honest, even when I've taken the occasional hit in business class, i've had screaming babies around me, and that's the absolute worst... I just want to relax and the little ****ers are intent on ruining any chance of that... I might make to allow flight attendants to make anyone under the age of 7 take a drug to put them to sleep for the flight. Any flight attendant found to be not doing that, will be immediately dismissed and liable to prosecution for not allowing us some quiet.

Haha, well, having a girl who was intelligent enough to have a decent argument/debate with is a given... otherwise it'd be a **** relationship.
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(Original post by Nigel Farage MEP)
I am sorry, I was not feline in a literary mood to think of a better pun.
:lol: Unfurtunately I'd be Lion if I said I was capable of better purrns.

That's some interesting analysis of us btw. I believe I'm one of the youngest members in the Conservatives.
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I'm guessing it might include members who are still in the usergroups but stopped posting years ago or such.
Obviously i've not usergroup control for ~18 months but i used to purge members who were banned or had not posted in a year anywhere on TSR (it allows one to better gauge how many members you have) so the Tory one should be fairly accurate and the Green/Socialist groups are too new and small respectively.
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(Original post by Rakas21)
Obviously i've not usergroup control for ~18 months but i used to purge members who were banned or had not posted in a year anywhere on TSR (it allows one to better gauge how many members you have) so the Tory one should be fairly accurate and the Green/Socialist groups are too new and small respectively.
We purged the Liberal one a few months back too but I know it was stupidly big with members we'd never heard of and who hadn't posted in some years before then, I have no idea if that's the same anywhere else.
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:lol: Unfurtunately I'd be Lion if I said I was capable of better purrns.

That's some interesting analysis of us btw. I believe I'm one of the youngest members in the Conservatives.
Don't think so And I always imagine you as a 27 year old working in the city
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No, I think a lot of us here do accept when we realise we've said something utterly stupid...
no, most people here seem to think that they are God... At least on the main forum.
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(Original post by Green_Pink)
We purged the Liberal one a few months back too but I know it was stupidly big with members we'd never heard of and who hadn't posted in some years before then, I have no idea if that's the same anywhere else.
If anything i'd expect Tory MP's solely to be older than the Mhoc average thinking about it. Of the 12 MP's i'm fairly certain that myself, Bun, LP, TF and Meenu are all above the Mhoc average and that's 5 right there, let alone the Tory membership average.
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Don't think so And I always imagine you as a 27 year old working in the city
Aye. I imagine him to be the president of the investment club in uni with an IB job lined up.
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Don't think so And I always imagine you as a 27 year old working in the city
Your analysis isn't quite up to scratch compared to Nigel here. I'm 17. Working on the city part though

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(Original post by Green_Pink)
I'm guessing it might include members who are still in the usergroups but stopped posting years ago or such.
I looked at people who'd posted this year
It's the mean figure, so a few older people will bring up the average.
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(Original post by Mobbsy91)
Haha, well, having a girl who was intelligent enough to have a decent argument/debate with is a given... otherwise it'd be a **** relationship.
(Original post by KingStannis)
Is it? I assume good looks (good enough looking for me to want to go out with is my stadard there. The difference between a 7.5 and a ten is irrelevant to me) and focus on intelligence, personality, and even more importantly, whether she makes me feel like I'm am the most amazing guy ever. Am I gay?
I cannot imagine Green Pink, Francesca, Jen, or another women in the MHoC stating their only requirements when looking for a man is a sizable tool and abs. That is a good point, Stanis, as much as we would like to think we were dating a Victoria's Secret model other things take over lowering our standards in superficial department.

(Original post by mobbsy91)
Haha, probably not... To be honest, even when I've taken the occasional hit in business class, i've had screaming babies around me, and that's the absolute worst... I just want to relax and the little ****ers are intent on ruining any chance of that... I might make to allow flight attendants to make anyone under the age of 7 take a drug to put them to sleep for the flight. Any flight attendant found to be not doing that, will be immediately dismissed and liable to prosecution for not allowing us some quiet.If you were to write a bill classifying toddlers messing around on planes with oblivious parents as a form of air rage then I would back.
If you were to write a bill classifying misbehaving toddlers as a form of air rage I would support it.

(Original post by The Financier)
That's some interesting analysis of us btw. I believe I'm one of the youngest members in the Conservatives.
I always had you down as one of the oldest who spends their time studying stock markets, researching technology and is doing a graduate programme at Harvard University.
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no, most people here seem to think that they are God... At least on the main forum.
Well, I'm not talking about the main forum, but here...


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Aye. I imagine him to be the president of the investment club in uni with an IB job lined up.
Exactly!
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Your analysis isn't quite up to scratch compared to Nigel here. I'm 17. Working on the city part though

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Oh WOW!!! Haha, that's ****ing hilarious!
I suppose Where I study on your profile gives it away... I visited winchester a while back for some reason!

You doing A2s or ASs? (or IB?)
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Well, I'm not talking about the main forum, but here...



Exactly!
Yes, the main mhoc forum. Maybe people are different in the private sub-forums but in the house people refuse to back down and people just are too bullheaded to back down.
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(Original post by Rakas21)
Aye. I imagine him to be the president of the investment club in uni with an IB job lined up.
(Original post by Nigel Farage MEP)
I always had you down as one of the oldest who spends their time studying stock markets, researching technology and is doing a graduate programme at Harvard University.
I'm flattered haha. Pretty much spot on except I'm not at university yet


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Yes, the main mhoc forum. Maybe people are different in the private sub-forums but in the house people refuse to back down and people just are too bullheaded to back down.
Nah
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If anything i'd expect Tory MP's solely to be older than the Mhoc average thinking about it. Of the 12 MP's i'm fairly certain that myself, Bun, LP, TF and Meenu are all above the Mhoc average and that's 5 right there, let alone the Tory membership average.
There's been quite a few 16, 17 and 18 year olds posting in the Conservative forum this year which has brought the average age down, although there is some older members too.
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(Original post by jenhasdreams)
Average age in MHoC is 21, youngest party is Conservatives at 20, and oldest Socialists at 22.5
**** me I'm old compared to you lot, not creepily old but old enough (under 30) No wonder the majority of you piss me off :lol:
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Your analysis isn't quite up to scratch compared to Nigel here. I'm 17. Working on the city part though
Where are you aiming for in the city out of curiosity? GS for example is amazing for financial benefits but be prepared to lose your life.
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**** me I'm old compared to you lot, not creepily old but old enough (under 30) No wonder the majority of you piss me off :lol:
Time for you to retire?
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