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(Original post by Camford)
Did I say I like Paulson that much!!?? Did I? No! I had someone in my mind already and she's not a transexual.
It was quite obvious you wanted to bed Rosie, but I think she's already got some ginger dude... Bad luck man!
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(Original post by polthegael)
It was quite obvious you wanted to bed Rosie, but I think she's already got some ginger dude... Bad luck man!
Nope. Someone else. I don't want married woman. (or half married ones, or married ish ones.)
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(Original post by Immortal Wombat)
Yeah, but you haven't seen him. :rolleyes:
Nothing to see here, move along.
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(Original post by Camford)
Nothing to see here, move along.
We can't really miss you man... You are rather big! (a tad like your ego, perchance...) :rolleyes:
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(Original post by polthegael)
It was quite obvious you wanted to bed Rosie, but I think she's already got some ginger dude... Bad luck man!
Rosie just got a very very very [consider this a infinte loop in Pascal using

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(Original post by polthegael)
Do you not find anal sex painful then Rosie?

I have only ever found one person who claimed to like it and she was seriously disturbed (many spells in adult psychiatric hospitals)... I didn't really like her at all, but she was my flatmate for a load of months and, after all, she did like......

you what now??

i was just saying a man that great, i imagine, must be rather more painful than ..average?

but i do not speak from first hand (or arse) experience here
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(Original post by polthegael)
We can't really miss you man... You are rather big! (a tad like your ego, perchance...) :rolleyes:
It's like my id not ego.
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"There are web browsers that are written in ten lines of Perl... ten lines of Python... [laughs] half a line of ML." - Jon Crowcroft (Digital Communications II)

ML is really that powerful??? Wow. "Now you should look at it and go 'Wow'" (Dr Frank King).
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It's like my id not ego.
You are so much more ok and normal when I meet you in person man...

RU sure it isn't your superego (or do only superhumans like Larry have those..?)?
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(Original post by polthegael)
You are so much more ok and normal when I meet you in person man...

RU sure it isn't your superego (or do only superhumans like Larry have those..?)?
Superego is the database for storing social activity rules. Not actually anything useful (Unless you are religious or something, in which case it stops you from enjoying your sins, such as drinking). If you have big superego, then you might as well be dead.

I'm not normal in cyberspace. I don't talk about all the things I say here in real life. I talk about stupid things like "whether eating rice with a spoon is cheating" or "what's the worth of a cambridge university card". And etc.
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(Original post by Camford)
It's like my id not ego.
(Original post by Camford)
Don't throw all the Freudian crap at me ... I want some serious argument.
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(Original post by Camford)
It's like my id not ego.
Your animal lust then?
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(Original post by Immortal Wombat)
Yeah, but you haven't seen him. :rolleyes:
That shall have to wait until January I'm afraid... And yes, I am afraid.
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Superego is the database for storing social activity rules. Not actually anything useful (Unless you are religious or something, in which case it stops you from enjoying your sins, such as drinking). If you have big superego, then you might as well be dead.

I'm not normal in cyberspace. I don't talk about all the things I say here in real life. I talk about stupid things like "whether eating rice with a spoon is cheating" or "what's the worth of a cambridge university card". And etc.
yeah, cos we have such non-stupid conversations in real life like

1) Who cooks rice better
2) Shrek 2 and your love of it
3) how longit will take you to eat a given number of biscuits
4) the default colour of chairs
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yeah, cos we have such non-stupid conversations in real life like

1) Who cooks rice better
2) Shrek 2 and your love of it
3) how longit will take you to eat a given number of biscuits
4) the default colour of chairs
The answer to 1) is so bloody obvious...
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(Original post by Immortal Wombat)
I didn't say I can't did I?

It is Freudian crap. I regret reading "Freud for beginners" the comicised psychology introductory book.
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That shall have to wait until January I'm afraid... And yes, I am afraid.
Don't be afraid, I won't byte. I only nibble.
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(Original post by Camford)
Superego is the database for storing social activity rules. Not actually anything useful (Unless you are religious or something, in which case it stops you from enjoying your sins, such as drinking). If you have big superego, then you might as well be dead.

I'm not normal in cyberspace. I don't talk about all the things I say here in real life. I talk about stupid things like "whether eating rice with a spoon is cheating" or "what's the worth of a cambridge university card". And etc.
I possibly (if you are 17/18) read a few of Freud's books before you were born. That aside, the topics you mention are fine.

I would happily cheat with rice as I see no point in messing around with chopsticks. If I only had chopsticks I would try to use them or, if the rice wasn't too hot, I'd just use my hands.

The Cambridge uni card gets me dinner and allows me into my college. It is therefore, for me, useful.

It's when you go on about your bumchum Larry... If he's in the Adonis society you could sneak into Peterhouse and try to join... :rolleyes:
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(Original post by visesh)
Your animal lust then?
No, the desire to torture you like I've never torture any one before.
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(Original post by visesh)
Your animal lust then?
Yes, but if he fancies Larry more than he seemed to like Rosie the other day...! :rolleyes:

If I was Larry I'd run very far away!
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