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    Everyone here is; if you can make it here :cool:
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    Only 10 hours and 41 minutes away . No problem.
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    (Original post by gzftan)
    Hehe..digging eh?? Why not...if i'm lucky..i might get recruited to check out a new theme park..and end up getting eaten by a dinosaur while i'm sitting on the toilet

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    (WARNING: sensitive subject matter!)

    I'm an ARCHAEOLOGIST!!! Not a Palaeontologist! We don't do dinosaurs!!! :mad:
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    (Original post by gzftan)
    Yes...great documentarist he is!!! He brings a sense of fantasy to break away from the boring normal documentaries you normally see

    G
    Yes, although he's not particularly accurate when it comes to war movies. I still refuse to watch them.

    (Original post by boomerangman)
    Futurama is such a great program. Really annoyed that evil evil Fox decided to stop making it. Grrrrr....

    My fav quotes have gotta be: "This is gonna be one hell of a bowel movement. Afterwards he'll be lucky if he has any bones left" by the Professor

    and the first episode when Dr Zoidberg is giving Fry a medical:

    Dr. Zoidberg: Now open your mouth and let's have a look at that brain. No, nononono, not that mouth.
    Fry: I only have one.
    Dr. Zoidberg: Really?
    Fry: Uh...is there a human doctor around?
    Dr. Zoidberg: Young lady! I'm an expert on humans. Now pick a mouth, open it, and say (warbling noise)
    Fry: Uh.. (clears throat and does his best imitation)
    Dr. Zoidberg: What?! My mother was a saint!!! Get out!

    *chuckle*

    Rob
    Hahah, yeah, the first few episodes are some of the funniest. I love Zoidberg, Professor Farnsworth and Bender...they're my favourite characters. Have you noticed how Bender literally shits bricks when he's scared? I couldn't stop laughing when I first saw that. And Farnsworth's inventions are comical. I remember one episode when Bender is cooking food which is absolutely appalling, and Farnsworth opens up an artificial wormhole he installed in the dining room table to get rid of it.

    Bender: Today, I've personalised each of your meals. For example, Amy, you're cute, so I baked you a pony. [Everyone gasps. The pony leg on Amy's plate still has a horseshoe on it's hoof.] Come on! Eat! I slaved all day over a filthy stove!

    [He walks into the kitchen.]

    Hermes: This is terrible!

    Farnsworth: Good thing I secretly installed this wormhole in the table!

    [He presses a button and the wormhole opens in the middle of the table and scrapes his food - a human heart and some guts - into it.]

    Amy: Where does the other end come out?

    Farnsworth: You know I'm not quite sure. [He peers into the wormhole. The food falls from above and onto his head.] Oh dear me!

    [He takes a cloth out of his lab coat and puts his hand in the wormhole and wipes the food from off his head.]
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    (Original post by Katie J)
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    I'm an ARCHAEOLOGIST!!! Not a Palaeontologist! We don't do dinosaurs!!! :mad:
    That would be me who's doing the dinosaurs!
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    (Original post by Fluffstar)
    That would be me who's doing the dinosaurs!
    My best mate's an Earth Scientist now aka 'rock woman' (always followed with a roar for some reason!?)

    I do quite like rocks (hmmm, yes, I am cool! :cool: ) actually, but not so much dinosaur fossils...but they're cool in their own way too!

    Archaeology is the study of humans, not lizard beasts!!!
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    Did dinosaurs eat leeks like Welsh people?

    (I used to live in Gwynedd.. )
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    (Original post by polthegael)
    Did dinosaurs eat leeks like Welsh people?

    (I used to live in Gwynedd.. )

    welsh people are leeks? Maybe i've read that wrong. On the other hand it would make it all the easier to stick themselves up a sheep's arse.

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    (Original post by musicboy)
    welsh people are leeks? Maybe i've read that wrong. On the other hand it would make it all the easier to stick themselves up a sheep's arse.

    MB
    I think I am 1/128th Welsh. I feel extremely offended. :mad:
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    (Original post by visesh)
    I think I am 1/128th Welsh. I feel extremely offended. :mad:
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    (Original post by visesh)
    I think I am 1/128th Welsh. I feel extremely offended. :mad:
    Everyone's Welsh. Most people are just too ashamed to admit it though.
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    :confused: Very confused!

    (By the way; I live here, that does not make me Welsh!)
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    (Original post by Katie J)
    (WARNING: sensitive subject matter!)

    I'm an ARCHAEOLOGIST!!! Not a Palaeontologist! We don't do dinosaurs!!! :mad:
    Oh..whoops...ok then....i'll come on your field trip and help you find the lost city of atlantis or something

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    (Original post by Squishy)
    Everyone's Welsh. Most people are just too ashamed to admit it though.
    That's true...i agree...although there's an exception to the rule......i'm not welsh.

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    Ah well. At least you're not ****ging off the Scots for once. :rolleyes:
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    We could start, if you'd like?
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    Well, since I try to be fair-minded I believe in ****ging everyone off equally.
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    God, you damn Englishmen and your stupid sense of fairness...
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    I'm not English!
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    (Original post by Squishy)
    I'm not English!
    Lol, oops! Where are you from then? Mind you, you DO live in England, or at least so your location says... So you can be adopted English as well
 
 
 

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