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    Who agrees it is a throughly fun thing
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    Hmm, no, not especially....
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    Torture is great though. Shame they have to die on you eventually
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    I want to become a doctor so I can hurt people
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    Sometimes I wish I could have a crack at that larky, but I would never actually do it. :eek:
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    (Original post by Juno)
    I want to become a doctor so I can hurt people
    Yeah, well becoming a depraved loner is better in my not so humble opinion
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    If you're a loner who do you torture?
    Besides, doctors have license to torture... :p:

    I think I've over-thought this.
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    (Original post by Natalie Lane)
    If you're a loner who do you torture?
    You entice then torture
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    Crafty.
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    (Original post by Natalie Lane)
    Crafty.
    Indeed. Want a £1000?
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    Yep. Thank you.

    It might not get here though, mailmen here aren't the most honest of people
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    What instruments do you use? :p:
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    Then come to my room *cackles insanely*
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    (Original post by ferrus)
    Then come to my room *cackles insanely*
    That'll cost you a little more. The ticket alone is more than that...

    Actually, on the topic of torture, anyone ever visited the Torture Museum in San Gimignano. Very scary, but very interesting
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    (Original post by tis_me_lord)
    What instruments do you use? :p:
    It is a deeply creative process. However for the next masterpiece I was thinking using a pitchfork
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    (Original post by ferrus)
    It is a deeply creative process. However for the next masterpiece I was thinking using a pitchfork
    I do that nightly. It gets me excited.
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    (Original post by deej2)
    I do that nightly. It gets me excited.
    Me too. Glad to see a like minded member
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    Yes.

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    (Original post by dogtanian)
    Yes.

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    Just don't have nightmares
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    That was one of those 'joking aside...' posts.

 
 
 
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