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To anyone working all night on an essay I offer my sympathies
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hm this doesnt really have anything to do with your thread... but what does "globbits" mean...?
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hm this doesnt really have anything to do with your thread... but what does "globbits" mean...?
Immortal words uttered by Berk, the servants of 'Im Upstairs in The Trapdoor
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Immortal words uttered by Berk, the servants of 'Im Upstairs in The Trapdoor
oooh yeah... the blue guy that serves the master upstairs...?
yeah hes cool
i like the little green guy... but i forget his name
thank you for enlightening me
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oooh yeah... the blue guy that serves the master upstairs...?
yeah hes cool
i like the little green guy... but i forget his name
thank you for enlightening me
There ain't no little green guy. Describe it!
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There ain't no little green guy. Describe it!
hes really really little... kind of like a pet? he has lots of legs... him and the skull (bonie?) are always together... grrr this is going to drive me mad...
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hes really really little... kind of like a pet? he has lots of legs... him and the skull (bonie?) are always together... grrr this is going to drive me mad...
Oh Drutt, I think he was grey
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Oh Drutt, I think he was grey

green... grey... its close
ah thank you... that the one. u have saved me from the irritation of staying up all nite trying to remember.
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green... grey... its close
ah thank you... that the one. u have saved me from the irritation of staying up all nite trying to remember.
Its now early morning my dear
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Its now early morning my dear
not in Australia darls
its late afternoon and 45 degrees outside

a lot diff to where u r im sure...
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not in Australia darls
its late afternoon and 45 degrees outside

a lot diff to where u r im sure...
In a drab concret building, surrounded by computers. Yay
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To anyone working all night on an essay I offer my sympathies
Thank you, your sympathies are appreciated. Unfortunately they will not help me to clearly describe the naturalistic fallacy, but they have gone some way to brightening up my day. So thank you.
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In a drab concret building, surrounded by computers. Yay
ooh... how thrilling...
now you have my sympathys
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ooh... how thrilling...
now you have my sympathys
Do I detect a hint of sarcasm!
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Do I detect a hint of sarcasm!
perhaps...
sarcasm over the net is a difficult thing to detect
the thrilling bit was a little sarcastic but i was genuine about being sypmpathetic
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perhaps...
sarcasm over the net is a difficult thing to detect
the thrilling bit was a little sarcastic but i was genuine about being sypmpathetic
Aahhh how sweet! I often get open hints of sarcasm directed at me :rolleyes:
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Thank you, your sympathies are appreciated. Unfortunately they will not help me to clearly describe the naturalistic fallacy, but they have gone some way to brightening up my day. So thank you.
The naturalistic fallacy! :confused:
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Thank you, your sympathies are appreciated. Unfortunately they will not help me to clearly describe the naturalistic fallacy, but they have gone some way to brightening up my day. So thank you.
Naturalistic: 1. Imitating or producing the effect or appearance of nature.
2. Of or in accordance with the doctrines of naturalism.

Fallacy: 1. A false notion.
2. A statement or an argument based on a false or invalid inference.
3. Incorrectness of reasoning or belief; erroneousness.
4. The quality of being deceptive

Hope this helps!
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