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    Quite a good idea, I must say :yep:
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    In :hat:.
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    Righty ho, where do I submit my humble application to enrol in this fine organisation? :holmes:
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    Ladies and gentlemen, the name's Frank, Frank Perrywinkle, descendent of the late Sir Adam Perrywinkle.
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    (Original post by Andy98)
    That was a jolly good show! I'm still annoyed the cancelled it.

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    *They. Spelling errors are unbecoming of a true gentleman :pierre:
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    The Gentleman's code states that the first resort in a dispute is a contest of who has the superior wit and no violence must be used, however if one of the participants in the dispute fails to engage in a battle of wits, the protection offered by the gentlemen's code will be null, and thus extreme violence may be used, with the greater gentleman then being he who makes a more creative use of (permitted) weapons, such as champagne bottles and canes.

    Failing to use logic or the queen's English renders the protections offered by the gentleman's code null, and canes may be used, though not by the first breaker of the rules.
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    Why am I here? :rofl:
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    (Original post by Andy98)
    Tally ho good chaps! I say, this is rather spiffing!

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    this acc made me laugh omd :toofunny:

    *ahem* I mean...

    Why, young tyke, you were bestowed the gift of one mighty humour from the Queen Herself :holmes:
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    (Original post by mango peeler)
    *They. Spelling errors are unbecoming of a true gentleman :pierre:
    Is a typo unbecoming of a 'true gentleman' too?

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    (Original post by Bazlehman)
    The Gentleman's code states that the first resort in a dispute is contest of who has the superior wit and no violence can be used, however if one of the participants in the dispute fails to engage in a battle of wits, the protection offered by the gentlemen's code will be null and extreme violence may be used, and the greater gentleman will be he who makes a more creative use of weapons, such as champagne bottles and canes.

    Failing to use logic or the queen's English rendered the protections offered by the gentleman's club null, and canes may be used, though not by the he who has invalidated.
    You've slipped up, James Arthur Stewart IV.
    I struggled to understand your incomprehensible english. (I doubt whether or not it should be called english).
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    (Original post by Matrix123)
    Is a typo unbecoming of a 'true gentleman' too?

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    Where was my typo? And it's all jokes, relax :holmes: Gentlemen don't fight.
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    (Original post by mango peeler)
    :holmes: Gentlemen don't fight.
    Pistols at dawn, Sir! I will have satisfaction for that remark!
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    (Original post by Supersaps)
    Pistols at dawn, Sir! I will have satisfaction!
    Nah. Fencing :fight: :rofl:

    I don't mean "nah." I mean, "why of course not :pierre:."
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    (Original post by mango peeler)
    *They. Spelling errors are unbecoming of a true gentleman :pierre:
    Alas, you must forgive me fine sir. I had my evening Scotch in one hand, so I was forced to type with my weaker hand.

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    (Original post by F.Nietzsche)
    You've slipped up, James Arthur Stewart IV.
    I struggled to understand your incomprehensible english. (I doubt whether or not it should be called english).
    Do not make me reach for my cane sir!
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    (Original post by mango peeler)
    Where was my typo? And it's all jokes, relax :holmes: Gentlemen don't fight.
    Your typo is no where to be seen I was merely wondering if a spelling error and a typo affected a gentleman's status differently. :yep: Yeah, I know it's all jokes :lol:

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    (Original post by mango peeler)
    this acc made me laugh omd :toofunny:

    *ahem* I mean...

    Why, young tyke, you were bestowed the gift of one mighty humour from the Queen Herself :holmes:
    Thank you good chap!

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    (Original post by Andy98)
    Alas, you must forgive me fine sir. I had my evening Scotch in one hand, so I was forced to type with my weaker hand.

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    *dry laugh* I concur in your indubitable struggles with the fine bottle :pierre:.
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    Why am I here? :rofl:
    Because you are deeply besotted, my good lady! Please do not be ashamed; it is only natural, on a thread full of males of this calibre!
 
 
 
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