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    I know it sounds silly,but how would you like die?
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    After instigating a nuclear war and getting liquidated by a thermonuclear warhead. :cool:
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    In an elaborate stunt-gone-wrong involving my motorbike and a wall.
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    I'd like to die in my sleep at the ripe old age of 130 odd.

    Or being directly under a nuke after having spent the evening working my way through a bottle of whisky.

    Or saving someone else's life - like a small kid or something.
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    I'd like to die doing something I love
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    (Original post by Two Tone)
    I'd like to die doing something I love
    like what?
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    (Original post by Brutus)
    like what?
    posting on tsr? :rolleyes:
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    (Original post by Brutus)
    like what?
    DVDA
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    i don't plan to die. or if i do, it'll probably be from alcohol poisoning.
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    i hate american spelling..
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    (Original post by izzy_hattie)
    i hate american spelling..
    Me too, it kills me. =(
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    (Original post by englishstudent)
    Me too, it kills me. =(
    I can't spell to save my life... but please! This forum is co.uk... lets just use english spelling!
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    (Original post by izzy_hattie)
    I can't spell to save my life... but please! This forum is co.uk... lets just use english spelling!
    also the www. means its on the internet so if youre not acquainted with the use of the internet then you shouldnt really be here should you? :p:
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    (Original post by DaveManUK)
    also the www. means its on the internet so if youre not acquainted with the use of the internet then you shouldnt really be here should you? :p:
    are you suggesting I'm not? :confused:
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    (Original post by DaveManUK)
    also the www. means its on the internet so if youre not acquainted with the use of the internet then you shouldnt really be here should you? :p:
    Sorry? :confused:

    "www." means world wide web ie. internet.

    The final bit (domain I think it's called) depends on the country/type of website. This is .co.uk and therefore as far as possible English spelling should abide.
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    (Original post by englishstudent)
    Sorry? :confused:

    "www." means world wide web ie. internet.

    The final bit (domain I think it's called) depends on the country/type of website. This is .co.uk and therefore as far as possible English spelling should abide.
    yes... i am slightly confused as to what his point is?
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    since where are there rules to say you have to write in english in a .co.uk addy???
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    (Original post by DaveManUK)
    since where are there rules to say you have to write in english in a .co.uk addy???
    they aren't! but... in a forum like this... it would make sense to use english spelling rather than american as it is .co.uk...
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    (Original post by izzy_hattie)
    they aren't! but... in a forum like this... it would make sense to use english spelling rather than american as it is .co.uk...
    why what is your reasoning for this? i mean do americans complain about you typing english in .com forums?
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    Hehe we've been making a big list of how we all want to die at school...
    Now what was Tims? Mid orgasm from... i think having something dropped on him. Or possibly being shot in the head by his wife's lover :p:
    And Jon wants to be hit by a blimp...
 
 
 
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