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people who stop you in the street and ask for donations/u to do surveys/ other rubbish that wastes your time.

all man u fans who only started supported when they started winning
(i would say all man u fans but that is a little to harsh)

people who cant be bothered to make conversation since they feel they are supperior and your not worth the effort

physics teachers who dont give you any notes for your exams so that you have to do your own
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Cambridge admissions tutors (jokes!)...
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People that download stuff of the net and pass it up as their own. I hate plagiarism so much.

I get a lot of satifisifcation from my degree and my AVCE results as I kow it was all my own work
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Technally, we shouldn't be able to watch Room 101 cos somebody put Room 101 into Room 101.
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Technally, we shouldn't be able to watch Room 101 cos somebody put Room 101 into Room 101.

Really? Did Paul Merton actually put it in? Why?!
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Really? Did Paul Merton actually put it in? Why?!
i can't remember the guest who said it, but the reason was that he hated shows like that.
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i can't remember the guest who said it, but the reason was that he hated shows like that.
then why was that guest on that show??
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Technally, we shouldn't be able to watch Room 101 cos somebody put Room 101 into Room 101.
But you'd have to have a room 101 to put the room 101 in!!!

Anyway, i'd put in...

Chrysler PT Cruiser (the ugliest car in the world)
Feminism
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(Original post by xAngelx)
then why was that guest on that show??
Free speech, and the producers probably thought it would be ironic.
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Free speech, and the producers probably thought it would be ironic.
yeah good publicity stunt
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(Original post by xAngelx)
yeah good publicity stunt
I didn't see any publicity about it though, so if it was, it didn't work.
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I didn't see any publicity about it though, so if it was, it didn't work.
I think the point is; the audience/viewers would find it amusing.
I'm pretty sure they told him to put it in.
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i can't remember the guest who said it, but the reason was that he hated shows like that.
It was Stephen Fry, and he was babbling about how things should be all nice, so proposed "Room Lovely" into which he put Jamie and Sonia frrom Eastenders. It was really funny.

Stephen Fry is a legend

Oh dear I think I've watched that repeat a few too many times.
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I think the point is; the audience/viewers would find it amusing.
I'm pretty sure they told him to put it in.
No. Stephen Fry is the sort of person who would put Room 101 into Room 101.
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It was Stephen Fry, and he was babbling about how things should be all nice, so proposed "Room Lovely" into which he put Jamie and Sonia frrom Eastenders. It was really funny.

Stephen Fry is a legend

Oh dear I think I've watched that repeat a few too many times.
Which book is Room Lovely from then?

Anyway, that would be boring.
Having celebs talk about what they liked.
Wheres the fun in that?
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No. Stephen Fry is the sort of person who would put Room 101 into Room 101.
Whether he would've put it in is irrelevant.
If they tell him to put it in, he will do it.
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Which book is Room Lovely from then?

Anyway, that would be boring.
Having celebs talk about what they liked.
Wheres the fun in that?
It's not the fact that he put room 101 into room 101 that makes him a legend! He just is.

(Yet another wildly intellectual remark made by me )
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Whether he would've put it in is irrelevant.
If they tell him to put it in, he will do it.
No, i disagree.
I think it was his choice. It is the sort of thing that someone like him would do, probably just because its so interesting.
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It's not the fact that he put room 101 into room 101 that makes him a legend! He just is.

(Yet another wildly intellectual remark made by me )
Huh?
Totally out of the blue there.
Yes, He is a legend. And i can't see anyone saying that putting room 101 in room 101 is what made him such.
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