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if you had been interviewed to appear as one of the "great british public" on Nick Park's creature comforts, what animal would you think they'd make you?

I'd be a cat, cos I'm lazy, like sitting in the sun, and when you draw whiskers on me you can't tell the difference lol.
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A Jaguar, I drive an old one, and im very savvy like that.

You do know id have to be "Great international miss who happend to be in the british public"
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if you had been interviewed to appear as one of the "great british public" on Nick Park's creature comforts, what animal would you think they'd make you?

I'd be a cat, cos I'm lazy, like sitting in the sun, and when you draw whiskers on me you can't tell the difference lol.

Id probably be a snake, coz im really lovely until a rat appears! lol
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A Jaguar, I drive an old one, and im very savvy like that.

You do know id have to be "Great international miss who happend to be in the british public"
well, we like a bit of diversity here lol, all nationalities are more than welcome to reply
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most cunning
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awwww! da's so nice!
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most cunning
and the most beautiful
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ahh can we stoke him....?? lol
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and the most beautiful

I disagree a lioness is 'THE' most beautiful. Most Definately my favourite animal.
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I wish i had a pet jaguar.... *random thought**

I wonder how mirrors are made *another random thought**
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I wish i had a pet jaguar.... *random thought**

I wonder how mirrors are made *another random thought**
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random thoughts my friend, its late and now the second episode of Sex in the City is on, im really going to have to go now!
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I wonder how mirrors are made *another random thought**
'The history of mirrors dates back to ancient times when mankind first saw reflections in a pond or river and considered it magic. At first polished stone or metal was used in the first early man-made mirrors. Later glass was used in combination with metals like tin, mercury, and lead to create mirrors. Today, combining glass and metal is still the design used in almost all modern mirrors. Mirrors made by coating flat glass with silver or gold foil dates from Roman times and the inventor is unknown.

The definition of a mirror is a reflecting surface that forms an image of an object when light rays coming from that object fall upon the surface. A plane mirror which is flat, reflects light without changing the image. A convex mirror looks like an upside-down bowl, in a convex mirror objects look bigger in the center. In a concave mirror which has a bowl shape, objects look smaller in the center. The concave parabolic mirror is the principal element of a reflecting telescope.

The two-way mirror was originally called the "transparent mirror". The first US patent goes to Emil Bloch, a subject of the Emperor of Russia residing at Cincinnati, Ohio -- U.S. patent No.720,877, dated February 17th 1903.

Just like a regular mirror there is a silver coating on the glass of a two-way mirror which when applied to the back of the glass renders the glass opaque and reflective on it's face under ordinary light conditions. But unlike a regular mirror, a two-way mirror is transparent when strong light is flashed in the rear. '

And now you know.
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'The history of mirrors dates back to ancient times when mankind first saw reflections in a pond or river and considered it magic. At first polished stone or metal was used in the first early man-made mirrors. Later glass was used in combination with metals like tin, mercury, and lead to create mirrors. Today, combining glass and metal is still the design used in almost all modern mirrors. Mirrors made by coating flat glass with silver or gold foil dates from Roman times and the inventor is unknown.

The definition of a mirror is a reflecting surface that forms an image of an object when light rays coming from that object fall upon the surface. A plane mirror which is flat, reflects light without changing the image. A convex mirror looks like an upside-down bowl, in a convex mirror objects look bigger in the center. In a concave mirror which has a bowl shape, objects look smaller in the center. The concave parabolic mirror is the principal element of a reflecting telescope.

The two-way mirror was originally called the "transparent mirror". The first US patent goes to Emil Bloch, a subject of the Emperor of Russia residing at Cincinnati, Ohio -- U.S. patent No.720,877, dated February 17th 1903.

Just like a regular mirror there is a silver coating on the glass of a two-way mirror which when applied to the back of the glass renders the glass opaque and reflective on it's face under ordinary light conditions. But unlike a regular mirror, a two-way mirror is transparent when strong light is flashed in the rear. '

And now you know.

Great info....thankyou for taking the time! : )
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