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    It wasnt me >.< Soz my other reply was on auto anon -_-
    Oh ok
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    (Original post by Joe1996)
    Actually quite the opposite, they use my name in clothing and the like as an alternative to waterproofing because its known to dry up all moisture in the nearby surroundings
    Haha

    Interesting point, good ser!
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    (Original post by kkboyk)
    They probably do, or you could not wear one and just show off your face
    Thou shall not break the ancient anonymous code
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    Thou shall not break the ancient anonymous code
    Nothing wrong for thee to do so, unless thee PM'd thy so that no-one should know...
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    Nothing wrong for thee to do so, unless thee PM'd thy so that no-one should know...
    Gods man, did the 1970s crew of Monty Python teach you how to speak Olde English?

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    (Original post by Ser Alex Toyne)
    Gods man, did the 1970s crew of Monty Python teach you how to speak Olde English?

    No Sir... clearly Macbeth did before he went a bit cuckoo
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    (Original post by kkboyk)
    Nothing wrong for thee to do so, unless thee PM'd thy so that no-one should know...
    But what if thy is shy because thou art too fly, so fly thee could cry?
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    No Sir... clearly Macbeth did before he went a bit cuckoo
    Well, Godspeed and good on ya, mate

    One last thing tho. It's Ser by the way.
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    (Original post by Ser Alex Toyne)
    Well, Godspeed and good on ya, mate

    One last thing tho. It's Ser by the way.
    'Ser' means 'to be'... so I take it you want to be Alex Toyne... no?

    (Original post by Anonymous)
    But what if thy is shy because thou art too fly, so fly thee could cry?
    Then the great wizard of Oz shall grant you courage.
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    (Original post by kkboyk)
    'Ser' means 'to be'... so I take it you want to be Alex Toyne... no?



    Then the great wizard of Oz shall grant you courage.
    Couldn't he just grant me a cake?
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    (Original post by Joe1996)
    Apparently not



    Yeah, but that doesn't help me. I mean it has no overall effect on me, but knowledge is power, or any other random crap I can say to give me a valid reason for being nosey



    Probably not, but that isn't the point

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    You have absolutely no idea who i am
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    'Ser' means 'to be'... so I take it you want to be Alex Toyne... no?



    Then the great wizard of Oz shall grant you courage.
    In which language, may I ask?

    And ser was an older variant of the title Sir, more common in the Yorkist period in the late 15th century, it is a newer adaptation. Ser was always the customary title of a knight. Get history'd you young esquire. Or are you a page?

    Just messing.
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    I wouldn't mind dating one user here. Hint: Begins with the letter S (not me).
    Me?
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    Couldn't he just grant me a cake?
    No that's effort.
    (Original post by Ser Alex Toyne)
    In which language, may I ask?

    And ser was an older variant of the title Sir, more common in the Yorkist period in the late 15th century, it is a newer adaptation. Ser was always the customary title of a knight. Get history'd you young esquire. Or are you a page?

    Just messing.
    Spanish and Portuguese.

    I'm more of a dagger than a page, sir
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    No that's effort.


    Spanish and Portuguese.

    I'm more of a dagger than a page, sir
    Zounds! Such foul skulduggery.

    I assume you know what a page is in this context? Clue: it's not found in books
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    No that's effort.
    You make a valid point.
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    You make a valid point.
    There's nothing stopping you though.

    (Original post by Ser Alex Toyne)
    Zounds! Such foul skulduggery.

    I assume you know what a page is in this context? Clue: it's not found in books
    Yes, as long as you're on about the middle ages.
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    There's nothing stopping you though.



    Yes, as long as you're on about the middle ages.
    Mate! I live and breathe the Middle Ages!
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    Me?
    You or me bruh

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    You or me bruh

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    Well it's a mystery then XD
 
 
 
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