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    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nGeKSiCQkPw
    these are the best vids on youtube tbh

    can antibiotics cause depression or do I just miss my dog who died a year ago
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    is it possible to suffer from seasonal affective disorder in July or do I just miss my dead dog swirly
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    Can confirm The Wire is the greatest show ever. Mind-blowing stuff.

    Season 4>>>
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    Actually quite liking the new cabinet so far.
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    Did you pull that out of a bin?
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    AR_95 SA-1 Mad Vlad Mr Robot out on Amazon Prime today

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    (Original post by Jimmy Seville)
    AR_95 SA-1 Mad Vlad Mr Robot out on Amazon Prime today


    Will binge the whole show tomorrow
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    (Original post by Jimmy Seville)
    AR_95 SA-1 Mad Vlad Mr Robot out on Amazon Prime today

    Doug judy is there #reunited

    (Original post by fallen_acorns)
    Actually quite liking the new cabinet so far.
    Boris as foreign secretary is going to be a sartrist orgy fest. I just hope that he does go to Papua New Guinea as part of his apology itinerary.
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    (Original post by atom y humber)
    Doug judy is there #reunited
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    (Original post by Kim-Jong-Illest)
    is it possible to suffer from seasonal affective disorder in July or do I just miss my dead dog swirly
    Probably the dog. RIP Doggo

    You should make a bracelet to commemorate him and sell them on Etsy. Srs, items with personal stories sell like hotcakes on there, etsy stores doing 7 figures, madness.
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    Theresa May is brutal!

    Jeremy Hunt stays at Department of Health so he's remains the fall guy over the junior doctors row.
    Boris Johnson - Foreign secretary so he has to deal with all his Brexit bravado
    Andrea Leadsom - Environment secretary so has to deal with all the angry farmers as they lose their EU subsidiaries

    George Osborne - axed
    Michael Gove - axed
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    (Original post by Zerforax)
    Theresa May is brutal!

    Jeremy Hunt stays at Department of Health so he's remains the fall guy over the junior doctors row.
    Boris Johnson - Foreign secretary so he has to deal with all his Brexit bravado
    Andrea Leadsom - Environment secretary so has to deal with all the angry farmers as they lose their EU subsidiaries

    George Osborne - axed
    Michael Gove - axed
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    (Original post by Zerforax)
    Theresa May is brutal!

    Jeremy Hunt stays at Department of Health so he's remains the fall guy over the junior doctors row.
    Boris Johnson - Foreign secretary so he has to deal with all his Brexit bravado
    Andrea Leadsom - Environment secretary so has to deal with all the angry farmers as they lose their EU subsidiaries

    George Osborne - axed
    Michael Gove - axed
    all about boris playing the long game.. hes going to sit and watch as she crashes and burns.. an unelected leader that has to take the Uk through a decision that half the people never wanted, but are going to have to live with the consiquences.. 4 year time she steps down, and boris takes over as the propper next PM.

    (unless labour can get their **** together before that. but I am doubtful)
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    (Original post by fallen_acorns)
    all about boris playing the long game.. hes going to sit and watch as she crashes and burns.. an unelected leader that has to take the Uk through a decision that half the people never wanted, but are going to have to live with the consiquences.. 4 year time she steps down, and boris takes over as the propper next PM.

    (unless labour can get their **** together before that. but I am doubtful)
    But Boris is more at fault for the consequences
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    Thought we were all moving to Canada so tis all good?
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    (Original post by fallen_acorns)
    all about boris playing the long game.. hes going to sit and watch as she crashes and burns.. an unelected leader that has to take the Uk through a decision that half the people never wanted, but are going to have to live with the consiquences.. 4 year time she steps down, and boris takes over as the propper next PM.

    (unless labour can get their **** together before that. but I am doubtful)
    See I don't think Boris is. He was playing the long game by siding with Brexit. He then wanted to be leader but got stabbed in the back by Gove so he pulled out with a view to the long term.

    I don't think he expected to get the Foreign Secretary role. He now has to negotiate hard since he wanted Brexit but equally knows a bad deal is harmful to the UK. May has put the onus on BJ to sort out the mess. If it goes well, she'll get the credit. If it goes badly, everyone will blame Boris.
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    (Original post by Rk2k14)
    Thought we were all moving to Canada so tis all good?
    going to the States ffs.

    Jam is going to the NBA on a work visa, and he'll get us all in as his entourage.

    we will all have to do stretches first though.
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    (Original post by swirly)
    going to the States ffs.

    Jam is going to the NBA on a work visa, and he'll get us all in as his entourage.

    we will all have to do stretches first though.
    Depends if Trump is elected.

    Brb doing stretches at the border because we leave no man behind.
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    (Original post by fallen_acorns)
    all about boris playing the long game.. hes going to sit and watch as she crashes and burns.. an unelected leader that has to take the Uk through a decision that half the people never wanted, but are going to have to live with the consiquences.. 4 year time she steps down, and boris takes over as the propper next PM.

    (unless labour can get their **** together before that. but I am doubtful)
    (Original post by Zerforax)
    See I don't think Boris is. He was playing the long game by siding with Brexit. He then wanted to be leader but got stabbed in the back by Gove so he pulled out with a view to the long term.

    I don't think he expected to get the Foreign Secretary role. He now has to negotiate hard since he wanted Brexit but equally knows a bad deal is harmful to the UK. May has put the onus on BJ to sort out the mess. If it goes well, she'll get the credit. If it goes badly, everyone will blame Boris.
    Boris is favourite if May does end up crashing and burning. The other big jobs have gone to Amber Rudd who seems overpromoted and Phillip Hammond who is more boring that Lucio's posts. Crabb looked a potential leader but has resigned from the government now. Javid ****ed over his support base during the referendum campaign.

    But I don't think she will crash and burn. As **** as things get, as long as Corbyn clings on May is guaranteed electoral success, which goes a long way for a leader. She won't manufacture defeat like Cameron managed to. If she sticks to no election until 2020 then it's essentially 8 years guaranteed as PM if she wants it. And that's a long time for people to establish and re-establish themselves as potential leaders. Even 3 years gives a bit of time tbf.
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    (Original post by Louis.)
    and Phillip Hammond who is more boring that Lucio's posts.
 
 
 
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